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My Baby is Breech—What Now?

Right around your due date, most babies are positioned head-first in your uterus. This allows the baby’s head to be the first thing out during delivery. Sometimes, however, the baby is positioned bottom-first or feet-first. This is called a breech…

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Tips for the Non-Pregnant Partner

Pregnancy is an incredible journey with a lot of ups and downs. You’ve no doubt been up to your eyes in research, shopping lists and schedules, but take a minute to read this because it’s for you—the partner! Your main…

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What to Do When Your Water Breaks

You may have heard some dramatic going-into-labor stories, but the reality is that you might not even realize it’s happening at first. This might actually sound scarier than the dramatic stories, but don’t stress—here’s everything you need to know about…

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Can I Really Start Labor Naturally?

A lot of things during pregnancy feel out of your control, but labor doesn’t necessarily have to be one of them! If you’re nearing the end, here are a few home remedies you can try to get labor started naturally….

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After Delivery: What Really Happens?

When you find out you’re pregnant, there is so much to learn. First, second, third trimesters, Lamaze classes, shopping lists and healthy diets, taking your baby home and everything after that. Sometimes there’s so much to learn, nine months later…

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Do I Need a Pregnancy Belly Band?

There are a lot of not-so-fun side effects that come with pregnancy, and some of them are unavoidable—but some of them have viable solutions. If you experience lower back or abdominal pain while pregnant, a pregnancy belly band may be…

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Baby Development: The First Year

Your child will grow up right in front of your eyes, and no phase of growth will go quicker than the first year. There’s a lot for your baby to accomplish in twelve short months, but it’s important to remember…

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C-Section Birth: What to Expect

C-Section Birth It’s important to remember that labor and delivery are natural, somewhat unpredictable things. It’s impossible to plan everything when it comes to delivering your baby, so it’s good to be prepared for any surprises should they come! Scheduling…

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Vaginal Birth: What to Expect

Make sure you’ve pre-registered at your hospital and packed your bag before you reach this point! It will take a lot of stress off of you the day-of. If you’ve planned a natural birth, you’ll most likely go into labor…

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