Babies of first-time mothers may feel more pain from injections as they can sense their mother’s anxiety about the procedure, a new study has suggested.Researchers claim new mums could pass their fears about vaccinations onto their children, because
or back. Most consider labour to be painful, but the first stage of labour tends to start gradually and build up, with the contractions intensifying as the cervix becomes more dilated.Some mums-to-be feel the pain through every nerve ending, whereas others
-to-be will find it painful, and some will find it easier to bear, but the first stage of labour tends to start gradually and build up, with the contractions intensifying as the cervix becomes more dilated. It helps to remember contractions are temporary, and focus
within 24 to 48 hours.'You have regular contractionsThese start as period-type pains, building in intensity. Unlike contractions in active labour, early contractions don't have a regular pattern and can go on for days. ‘Many women are disappointed to find
of wisdom, Davina added, “It is whether you have fear involved. If you do, it will be more painful.” Says the woman talking about weeing and watermelons… Speaking to The Sunday People Davina continued, “My babies just got bigger and bigger. There was no easy
!Do babies of anxious first-time mums feel more pain from injections?
-time mums feel more pain from injections?
pregnancy and I'm very nervous about breastfeeding, I've heard some horror stories about painful breasts and worrying the baby isn't getting enough food. What do you recommend for a first timer?Angela@Boots says: Please do not be worried about breastfeeding
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