A recent study has found that delivering twins vaginally is the safer option. So why are 75 percent of twins born by C-section in the U.S.?
Labor & Birth
Birth should be an empowering experience. Here you’ll find information on how to prepare for labor, birth care options, vaginal vs. c-section births, what to pack in your hospital bag and more.
Renowned birthing coach, author, and founder of The Gentle Birth Method, Dr Gowri Motha, shares the amazingly simple and intelligent way of pre-stretching your vagina for the gentle release of your baby.
Ready to pack your hospital bag? As parents who have been there, done that (and wish we’d remembered to bring shampoo), we’ve compiled a list of essentials you’re going to love having during your hospital stay.
Planned or unplanned – pregnancy can be both a wild and wonderful ride. While every mother is going to approach the transformative experience differently, there are quite a few helpful things you can do to prepare mentally and physically.
Hemorrhoids, incontinence and painful intercourse: just a few of the potential joys of pregnancy. Luckily, taking care of your pelvic floor before, during and after pregnancy can help reduce their severity or prevent them all together
Cord blood banking is the new buzzword amongst parents-to-be, but what does it involve and is it right for your family? We tell you everything you need to know.
Choosing where you’ll give birth is a big decision. Here is everything you need to know about birth care to help get you started.
Think you’re destined to have another C-section because you had one in the past? Not so. Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is a safe and recommended option for many mamas.
Birth Doula, Melissa Boudiette discusses five early signs and symptoms of labor to look out for
Families dealing with pregnancy complications face not just physical, but also emotional and logistical challenges. Psychologist Dr. Hannah Cassedy offers guidance for when complications arise.