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C-sections. What the new rules mean for you!

This and more in the new issue of Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine. On sale today!

Posted: 1 February 2012
by Daniella Delaney
Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine March 2012
The new issue of Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine is packed with fabulous features and free gifts

Caesarean guidelines have changed. And if you're thinking about having one, wondering what will happen if you need one, or simply curious just in case, you'll want to know all the ins and outs about what the changes could mean for your birth.

Find out in the March issue of Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine which goes on sale today and includes a free baby names book with more than 2000 names and two Just 4 Bums newborn nappies.

Have a peek inside the latest issue here and to find out how a free Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway set worth £35 could be yours.

And that's not all. Learn why blind dates will help your unborn baby and discover what other mums rate as the six best buggies suitable from birth.

Plus discover how to avoid having a grumpy baby after feeding time with the ultimate step-by-step guide to burping.

And if you've already given birth and are despairing about those extra inches around your waist, don't miss 5 easy exercises for toning up that mum tum.

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