A Cesarean or a VBAC? Each woman is different and has the right to decide for herself how she wants to give birth.
What is an episiotomy? An episiotomy is a procedure performed during labour, where a small cut is made to your perineum by your midwife or doctor. An episiotomy will be performed following your consent, under ...
You may have heard of the term ‘vaginal seeding’, but what actually is it? What are the risks, and what are the benefits?
If you're one of the many women suffering discomfort after giving birth, worry not, help is on hand in the form of expert advice from obs and gynae Dr. Ellie Rayner.
The following article is provided in accordance with the latest advice by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal College of Midwives and Public Health England.
Some important considerations for any expectant parent in light of the new lockdown restrictions to help you stay safe and stay well during your pregnancy and as you approach birth.
To support the healthy development and birth weight of your baby, please be proactive and tackle the risks early with your GP and help reverse the lifelong consequences with an adequate diet and lifestyle.
A new addition to the family is a very exciting and happy occasion. When there is an older child at home, however, this excitement might be combined with concerns about how they’ll react to the new arrival.
A birth is considered premature if it occurs before the 37th week of pregnancy. There are three different categories of premature birth based on gestational age which each carry their own risks and individual needs for specific care.