Most mums-to-be experience mild aches and pains at some stage during pregnancy, but for some women pelvic pain can become more serious.Physiotherapist Sarah Fishburn, co-founder of The Pelvic Partnership charity explains, 'The term Pelvic Girdle
No matter how stoic or dismissive you are about illness or pain in 'real' life, when you're expecting a baby, it's only natural to feel anxious about every little niggle. Is it normal? Does it mean there's something wrong with the baby? Have I done
1. Ease teething pain You'll need: A clean flannel. What to do: Fold the flannel into a triangle, dip a corner in water and freeze. When pain strikes, let your baby gnaw on the frozen end. Don't give straight from the freezer as it could cause
You'd be lucky to sail through pregnancy without a niggle. So how to feel better when so many medicines are harmful? We show you some clever fast-fixes to perk you up in no time. THE SYMPTOM: SicknessYour action plan:Eat toast in bed in the morning to raise your blood sugar level...
that if you're anxious your baby will pick that up and be anxious too. That will make him or her more fretful and he will feel more pain. If you're calm, your baby feels secure and feels less pain. So, to calm your anxiety I suggest you plan ahead. Firstly
Headaches are common in early pregnancy, and are thought to be due to pregnancy hormones.You may also get tension headaches, due to the involuntary tightening of muscles in the neck, shoulders and upper back that happens when you get stressed.Headaches in the later stages of preg...
card-sized symptoms cards to keep in your purse or wallet.Call the Meningitis Trust free on 0800 028 1828 for symptoms cards, or log on to meningitis-trust.org/symptoms for more information.
Watch your diet as tummy pain can signal constipation. If you are constipated increase your fibre intake - a high fibre cereal with prunes should help - and drinks lots of water. A warm bath might also ease the pain. If you're bleeding, or have
, suitable from 2 months, will ease the pain and help bring down her temperature.Ibuprofen such as Nurofen for Children, suitable from 3 months, is infe too, as long as your baby is not allergic or asthmatic.Sitting her upright with a warm towel pressed
by middle top teeth, then the top and bottom incisors at either side. They don't always appear one by one - you may find two or three appearing at once. By the time your child is 2 and a half, he or she should have the full set of 20.Spot the signs