There are so many things to organize when you’re having a baby: a shower, a nursery, a name. But don’t overlook one of the most important things – a birth plan.
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.
Pregnancy is a time of tremendous change for your body, but the changes don’t stop once you’ve delivered your Tot…
There are certain snacks and beverages that are typically fine to eat during labor, especially the early stages, but there are also foods to avoid.
Just when you thought all the action was over!
For four to six weeks following a vaginal delivery, your body will go through a lot of changes and need time to rest and heal.
Is it normal not to be able to feel your pelvic floor after childbirth?
Dr. Gowri Motha’s “Gentle Birth Method” aims to prepare moms and dads for a gentle birth experience, both mentally and physically.
Here, she takes readers through a gentle birth visualization that moms- and dads-to-be can practice at home.
You wouldn’t run a marathon without training, right?
Dr. Gowri Motha describes how preparing for childbirth is like preparing for a big race. Here she describes some of the methods she uses in her practice to prepare moms-to-be for their big day…