Up to 20% of first time expecting mothers can suffer from tokophobia—the fear of childbirth—here’s what to look out for and what treatment is available should you suspect it a partner (or feel it yourself).
It seems there’s a daily new footnote to the list of things to avoid when pregnant—but fear not, it’s not as dire as it seems (or complicated). Here is the definitive dietary guide of what to wait to eat once the preggers period is over.
In short, a chemical pregnancy refers to an early miscarriage—generally close to the fifth week of being pregnant, and before you go for your first ultrasound.
Pre-eclampsia is unique to pregnancy—but only affects 6% of expectant mothers in the UK. Despite the low statistical risk, it’s never a bad thing to educate yourself. These are the symptoms to look out for—and what you can do about it.
According to new research, falling asleep on your back in the last trimester could up the risk of stillbirth. Here are the facts.