Difficulties & Concerns

Miscarriage is extremely hard to cope with, being alone and pregnant can be scary; and not feeling yourself after having a baby is isolating, look up our expert advice for any pregnancy worries you may be having and if you can’t find the answer, ask our expert for advice.

 

Latest Difficulties & Concerns Posts

Tips for Dad While Mum is in Labour

While in the past the paternal figure was banished to the hospital hallways, they are now, thankfully, asserting their right to be present for the birth of their child. Yet, this unknown territory can be uncertain ground for a new dad who wants to be a help, rather than a hindrance. That’s why we’ve compiled […]

All you need to know about hiring a doula

Numerous celebs have recently endorsed hiring a doula and have been delighted with the results. Indeed, in a recent Irish publication it was found that mothers who hired a doula had a better outcome in birth than mothers who didn’t. It also showed specifically that having a doula can reduce caesarean rates and length of […]

All you need to know about perineal tearing

Perineal tearing sounds like a scary term, especially for mums coming closer to their due date. But before we jump to conclusions it’s important we get the facts. Here’s what we know about perineal tearing. What is it? A perineal tear is a tear of the tissue between the vagina and the anus, occurring when […]

This little bracelet could help you conceive

What is the Ava bracelet? The Ava bracelet is a new clinically proven method of tracking your body to improve your fertility and chances of conceiving. Worn at night, sensors in the bracelet collect data that track physiological patterns linked to fertility. These patterns are fed into an algorithm to detect your fertile window, physiological […]

Everything you need to know about VBAC

The old adage goes…once a C-section, always a C-section. Yet, is another C-section always the only option? Not necessarily! Many doctors are now suggesting that mothers who have undergone a C-section during a prior pregnancy opt for VBAC during later pregnancies. VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Caesarean) is when a woman gives birth vaginally after having […]

Whooping Cough: why this vaccine is essential in pregnancy

Nobody like to fill their body with medicine when pregnant, but when it comes to the whooping cough vaccine, it’s pretty much an essential. The reason is that a mother’s immunity to whooping cough (pertussis) diminishes as the nine months progresses. Babies under the age of six months are too young to be vaccinated against […]

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