Complications

If you are expecting multiple babies, including the possibility of giving birth to twins, there are options to consider. Read about planning for vaginal or caesarean birth.
What happens when you have a breech baby and what can you do to reduce the possibility of a breech birth?
Having an episiotomy or suffering a tear during childbirth is common. Find out what the difference is between the two as well as the types of episiotomy and tears you might...
Here we look at what may happen after a stillbirth and what support and information is available to parents after having a stillborn baby.
What causes stillbirth? What happens if a baby is stillborn? Find out about potential causes and prevention.
Caesarean section (or c-section) is when a baby is delivered by an abdominal operation. Read more about the different types and the effects here.
This article describes what happens before, during and after a caesarean section procedure. Find out more about elective and emergency procedures, recovery and more.
Most women who choose VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarean) have a successful birth. This article describes what happens, providing information about induction and C-sections.
When it comes to home birth, the concerns over the risk of a medical emergency can put some people off. Here are the facts about home birth when complications arise.