Expecting a baby doesn’t mean you must spend nine months on the sofa with your favourite biscuits, unfortunately. While a few biscuits won’t hurt, moving is actually great for you and your baby.
In lots of ways, the first trimester is the trickiest. You’re both getting your heads around the news that you’re going to be a parent. Mums to be are fighting the urge to be sick in a meeting when no-one knows they’re pregnant yet. But what about dads to be? Here’s some advice for the challenges.
Whether you’re keen to get back to it or avoiding it for fear of disturbing the baby with your activities. We have all the information you need, from safety and positions to bringing on labour.
You need to be aware of what not to eat when you’re pregnant. This article covers some of the foods to avoid during pregnancy as well as the things you can eat and drink.
Carpal tunnel syndrome can sometimes affect women during pregnancy. Symptoms include tingling, numbness and pain in the hand. Read on to find out more about carpal tunnel and how to relieve your symptoms.