By Helen Ridding on 03/09/2007 in forum
Anybody had a "normal" delivery a few weeks after havin their appendicts out?
My first baby is due on 25th Sept, I had to have my appendicts out last week and have been told i'll be fine havin a normal labour....i'm still really sore from the operation! Has anybody else had to have theirs out then gone on to have a normal
Am I in labour?|
By ThinkBaby on 15/12/2009 in Labour & birth
The signs of the onset of labour
should wake anyone up in the middle of the night or disturb her partner at work in case it's just a false alarm. Is the pain in your abdomen real labour or more Braxton Hicks contractions? No-one wants the embarrassment of rushing off to hospital just
Can a labour be 'too fast'?|
By donna sadler on 12/05/2007 in forum
hi there,i think everyone is different when they go into labour,but with my first my waters broke at 37wks and lasted 4 -5 hours,im now same again @37 weeks but nothing!i was told with second baby's they go shorter than first but no so with me i get
Can labour be too fast?|
By ThinkBaby on 19/08/2010 in Labour & birth
Fast labour may be every pregnant woman's dream but can labour be too quick?
How long does labour take and what is considered "fast"? Unless there is a need for medical intervention, every labour takes as long as it needs. It's worth getting yourself familiar with the three stages of labour as they become important
What is premature labour?|
By ThinkBaby on 05/12/2009 in Labour & birth
What happens in a premature labour, what are the symptoms and what should you do if you think labour is starting early?
but many will need no special medical attention.What happens?If preterm labour threatens, rapid medical attention can make all the difference to the outcome and the health of the baby, so it's important to be aware of the symptoms. If you experience regular
By Laura Lee Davies on 26/05/2010 in Labour & birth
Some women have signals that labour is coming for weeks before it happens, others a few hours. What are the signs that labour is nearly here?
What will my body to do prepare for labour?It's nearly here! The moment your body (and mind) has been preparing for for a whole nine months. In the last few weeks before your due date, your body starts to give you little hints and signs that it
Using aromatherapy in labour and birth|
By Maria Muennich on 09/09/2007 in Labour & birth
How oils work, when to use them and which are recommended for labour and birth
sickness earlier in pregnancy - or lavendar to help you sleep, then you will already have an idea of the impact oils can have.Numerous oils may be beneficial during labour to help relieve stress, relax, act as a uterine tonic, stimulate circulation and so
admitted last ight, ow in labour|
By Lynne Reid on 18/06/2007 in forum
Lynne,Good luck and hope all goes well with your labour. I bet you can wait to see little James now. I hope he is a litle fighter and wont be in hospital for too long.Good luck xx good luck lynne thinking off you and baby. hope all goes well. xxx GOOD
The three stages of labour |
By ThinkBaby on 20/08/2010 in Labour & birth
Labour is an amazing achievement. Prepare yourself for the three stages your body goes through as you give birth
Labour: preparing for this amazing feat of nature Most women face labour with some anxiety and trepidation, particularly with their first child. It should help you feel more prepared and relaxed if you have a good idea of what happens
My 'quick' labour story|
By laneylane on 18/03/2008 in forum
Labour doesn't have to be like all the horror stories you hear.
', This was at about 4 in the afternoon and i say 'funny' pains because i was pretty sure that they were not labour contractions (altho obviously with this being my first baby i had no idea what contraction pains would be like!) Anyway i gave the hospital a call