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Check out the latest trends and tried-and true
ways to having a healthy baby! Things to consider
when in the delivery room and beyond.
Finally, the pregnancy journey is over. Your little bundle of joy has been born and has joined the family.
Our grandmothers might have told us that their children just fell out of them during labor, and that they didn’t feel any pain at all.
In the United States, 1 in 3 births will result in a C-Section. Caesarean Sections are often performed when the health of the mother or baby are at risk. The reasons for this can be age, or health. This makes them more complicated than a natural birth. What are the risks?
When it comes to cord blood banking, having a C-Section changes everything! C-sections are major surgery performed under sterile conditions, differing from normal vaginal births.
Being pregnant after age 35 makes certain complications more likely, including premature labor. Learn more about labor complications for older mothers.
Every woman’s labor is different. Some women are in labor for many hours, even a day or more, while others deliver their baby within a matter a few hours.
During pregnancy, it is important to surround yourself with people who help you make healthy choices. Who are they? Your official guide to Lamaze, midwives, and more!
If you're hoping to breastfeed your baby after a C-section, here's what you need to know—from the best nursing positions to using pain medication and more.
Important things to know about breastfeeding after a C-section.
A lot of women would like to know if and how to breastfeed after a cesarean section. Barring any complications, a baby delivered through C-section can be breastfed as early as one born through vaginal delivery.