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Guest blog post by Michael Cordova from Floating Point Centre in Pangbourne. This blog post first appeared here. Floatation Therapy is great for pregnant women within the 2nd and 3rd trimesters, and only after a medical clearance from their doctor. Floatation Therapy...read more
Delayed cord clamping - or optimal cord clamping as it is starting to become known - is when a delay is made between a baby being born and its umbilical cord being clamped and cut. This delay is considered anything from around a minute or longer. This has been...read more
* This blog posts talks candidly about losing your baby and includes facts and statistics on this subject and maybe a trigger for you to experience again your own loss. I make no apology for breaking the silence, but I do feel sensitive to...read more
You often hear the question "am I allowed" asked in the context of birth, particularly in the hospital setting. Am I allowed to get off the bed? Am I allowed to have something to eat? Am I allowed to change position? Am I allowed to make a noise? Am I allowed to ask...
Many women when pregnant attend a pregnancy yoga class: to keep toned, to stay flexible, to prepare their bodies for labour and birth, and also to meet other mums in their area. But once the baby is born it can be easy to lose the connection with other new mums, and...
Pregnancy is pretty overwhelming. And from conception to birth there is a slow but steady build up to get you on the road to parenthood. Getting through labour and birth is a whole other story. And then you do it - you give birth, and in a matter of hours you are...