The Strengthening Families Program

The Strengthening Families Program

The Family is the basic unit of society – it is composed of parents rearing their children to become better individuals in the future. But what happens when the child that you’ve taken care of is leading a different road, is there a way to bring them back? The...

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Alcohol During Pregnancy – What You Need to Know

Alcohol During Pregnancy – What You Need to Know

Pregnancy and alcohol – a non-judgmental take Help! I took a bath and I can’t get out! Swollen ankles, frequent bathroom trips, heart burn, sleepless nights and weird cravings. This is one of the most amazing time of a women’s life when she is pregnant. I know, I know...

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Gifts For New Moms In Hospital

Gifts For New Moms In Hospital

If you have ever been a new mom in the hospital, you will know how overwhelming and tiring it can
be. If you have never experienced being a new mom in the hospital, you should take note of this.
That includes pregnant first-time parents and their family and friends.

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7 Ways to get your body ready for Labor

7 Ways to get your body ready for Labor

Childbirth is by no means easy, physically and emotional. It entails a lot of overthinking and ‘what ifs’, especially when it is your first time. Even if it is your second or third pregnancy, the experience of giving birth is different and the overwhelming feeling of what will come is still there. Thankfully, there are ways to decrease the anxiety you are feeling regarding labor and delivery, and we have listed them down for you.

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Contractions during labor: what you need to know

Contractions during labor: what you need to know

Contractions are a vital element in a pregnant woman’s life as this may signify so many things from a possible premature delivery of the baby to helping with the expulsion of the fetus. Knowing what the different types of contractions are and how to count them is important because it will tell if you need to go to the doctor or just rest.

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Six Differences between True and False Labor

Six Differences between True and False Labor

Feeling anxious as the day of your delivery approaches is totally normal. One of the signs that you are close to labor is the presence of contractions in the last month. Contractions commonly occur from time to time, but how do you differentiate false labor from true labor? When does it happen? When should you go to the hospital? Things like this bother pregnant women. We will help you understand and recognize if you are in false labor in this article.

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Pregnancy weight tracker

Pregnancy weight tracker

Part of pregnancy is gaining weight, but how much is normal? Know the usual weight gain during pregnancy and learn how to keep track of it.

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Precipitous labor: The misunderstood downside to very fast births

Precipitous labor: The misunderstood downside to very fast births

Every pregnancy is different from one mother to the other. Some may have a hard pregnancy while some do not. Some need to deliver via a cesarean section, while some can manage a vaginal delivery. Some may need to wait long hours at the delivery room while some are lucky and have a fast delivery. But is having a precipitous labor normal? When does it happen? Can I expect it for myself?

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Labor procedures and interventions

Labor procedures and interventions

Labor consists of 4 stages. It is the longest part of childbirth, which is why it is important to know what procedures are done during the duration and what interventions can be done by your obstetrician when your pregnancy does not go as planned. These are all done to make sure that you and your baby stay safe and healthy throughout the process of labor and delivery.

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Episiotomy

Episiotomy

Childbirth requires a lot of stamina and strength, but it also needed afterwards. Episiotomy was once a part of the childbirth routine but now it is just done only when needed. Know what episiotomy is, how it is done, how to avoid getting one and how to take care of it.

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