GP Rob says: Gaviscon tablets are perfectly safe as the liquid and tablets contain ingredients that are not absorbed into the bloodstream, and so are safe to take during pregnancy.Heartburn occurs in pregnancy because pregnancy hormones relax the valve at the top of the stomach, ...
Midwife Nikki Khan says...It sounds like your baby is lying in an awkward position. Your tummy will be changing shape as your baby settles into your pelvis ready for birth. A common concern is that this discomfort is due to labour pains
of eczema-specific clothing worth a try to ease the discomfort is Cotton Comfort, devised by a mum after her baby daughter developed severe eczema.The range is made from soft 100% organic cotton with no added chemicals to irritate sensitive skin
% of infected males have no symptoms at all. This is why so few people seek treatment, and why the spread of the disease has been so rampant. Early symptoms relate to infection of the urethra in men (penile discharge or discomfort on passing urine
is developing in the wombYouYou may feel the baby move now - like butterflies in your stomach that you may think is wind! It'll be harder to sleep at night due to your growing bump, general discomfort and other worries. Pregnant women often have strange dreams
backwards and is difficult for the midwife to reach. It may also cause some bleeding although it's not usually heavy. But momentary discomfort is worth it if it means you can go on to have a natural labour without any intervention.
through the ovary wall, and range in severity from mild discomfort to sharp pain. It may last for a few minutes, or up to 48 hours. It's not usually a sign of anything serious, in fact, as you're trying to conceive, it a good sign as it means you
discomfort.Unfortunately, there is no specific treatment other than avoiding long periods of standing.Worries that varicosities will rupture during delivery and cause heavy bleeding are unfounded; if bleeding does happen, this is not usually heavy and a
in the wombYou You may feel the baby move now - like butterflies in your stomach that you may think is wind! It'll be harder to sleep at night due to your growing bump, general discomfort and other worries. Pregnant women often have strange dreams. Don’t worry
when you sit, and put your feet up when you can,' says midwife Claire Friars from baby charity Tommy's. 'There are creams that can ease the discomfort, so speak to your GP.'Piles should ease and disppear within six to eight weeks of the birth.If you