Theres no denying that a vaginal birth will leave you sore and swollen. But the reality is unlikely to be as bad as you imagine, and the good news is theres a lot you can do to help your bodys natural healing process.One way you can help prevent damage occurring to your nether...
.She will be with us on babyexpert for a LIVE webchat on THURSDAY Feb 5, 12-1pm giving answers to your questions about genital healing and recovery following birth.Perhaps you're worried about the aftermath of tearing or an episiotomy, or want to know how to re
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Mrs Rooney has hit back at claims made by Closer magazine that she is constantly 'in tears' over being pregnant for a second time.The weekly celebrity and real life magazine featured a picture of Coleen on this week's front cover, with the headline
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previous cervical tear or surgery. Another cause is a very big baby, so the head remains high instead of descending into the pelvis. This is known as an obstructed labour. Whatever the reason, if the cervix doesn't dilate properly it's impossible to have a