Obstetrician Leonie says:Giving birth to your baby naturally after one C-section is called a VBAC – vaginal birth after Caesarean section.If there were complications with the first baby that are likely to happen again, a planned Caesarean birth
If you're a natural organiser you'll probably love packing your hospital bag. It’s best to be prepared and have your bag ready from around 35 weeks. Here's a list of what you will need to pack for your new arrival: Two or three baby grows or sleep-suits Preferably with feet (or a...
Pink, 31, first announced her pregnancy back in November on the US TV show Ellen. Now, 7 months later, she joins the run of celebrity mums-to-be to announce her birth on the fastest showbiz news source, Twitter.Posting on Friday 3rd June, Pink
!” was the most incredible moment of my life. Have skin-to-skin contact with your baby as soon as possible, too. ’ Suzie Jarrett, 31, from Little Dunmow, Essex‘Keep an open mind’‘Understand that your birth plan may change, so be prepared for anything. I planned
Labour is over and your gorgeous new baby is in your arms. But what now? Here's what to expect for the first 48 hours (or so) with your new baby .What to expect after giving birth
No time for parenting classes? Then why not combine an antenatal course with a weekend away?This all-inclusive deal includes presentations, group discussions and practical sessions that deal with everything from pregnancy to the early days with a new baby. And it's all lead by Pr...
After announcing her pregnancy in November the Heart Radio presenter and Dancing On Ice judge publicised the birth of her 2nd son on her Twitter page, posting Our beautiful son Tate has arrived safe and sound. We are all so happy and excited
Una Healy has given birth to a healthy little girl a week before her due date, and just in time for Mothers Day! The Saturdays singer and her rugby playing fiancé have welcomed a 7lbs 18oz little girl named Aoife Belle. Aoife is a traditional
To accommodate your growing baby, your stomach muscles will have stretched by around 60cm during pregnancy. Whilst this will have gone down considerably by the time you’ve given birth, your muscles still have a lot of work to do to regain their tone
You may be wondering how to approach your next birth more positively after a bad labour experience the first time.There is no reason why a second birth cannot be far more positive.If you feel traumatized becuase of medical problems during the first