Breastfeeding is a beautiful and natural way to provide your baby with the nutrition they need to have the best start at life. While your baby is born with some instincts as to feeding, this doesn’t mean the breastfeeding process is painless (far from it, usually) or without its own pitfalls and hang-ups. But if you’ve got breastfeeding problems, the good news is, there is … [Read more...] about The Most Common Breastfeeding Problems SOLVED
What You Should Know about Sciatica During Pregnancy
What You Should Know about Sciatica During Pregnancy No doubt about it – pregnancy changes your body and brings with it fresh challenges. As the baby growing inside you expands, it’s not uncommon to feel an ache in your back. As your abdomen expands, it throws off your center of gravity and your posture shifts. This places greater strain on your lower back. Although the … [Read more...] about What You Should Know about Sciatica During Pregnancy
Signs of Early Miscarriage Every Pregnant Woman Needs to Know
Signs of Early Miscarriage Every Pregnant Woman Needs to Know You probably don’t like to think about miscarriage but it’s important to know what the signs and symptoms are and be aware of the possibility. Miscarriages are surprisingly common. In fact, almost one out of five pregnancies ends in a miscarriage. Early miscarriage pregnancy loss during the first 20 … [Read more...] about Signs of Early Miscarriage Every Pregnant Woman Needs to Know
Fainting During Pregnancy: When Should You Be Concerned?
Fainting During Pregnancy: When Should You Be Concerned? So many changes happen to your body when you’re pregnant. After all, you have a tiny being growing inside you and you’re providing it with the nourishment it needs to become a fully functioning human being. Supporting a growing fetus places stress on your body and can lead to new and unfamiliar symptoms. You might … [Read more...] about Fainting During Pregnancy: When Should You Be Concerned?
What is the normal position of a baby in the womb Your baby continues to rotate and turn in the womb throughout the first and second trimesters. However, as your pregnancy advances, your baby has less and less room for his acrobats . Finally, sometime between weeks 32 and 38 he settles down in the characteristic head-down position, facing your … [Read more...] about Breech Baby