While having a new baby is a family matter and partners also experience change, women walk through several transitions along the path from pregnancy to motherhood.
The position of your baby in the womb becomes more important during the third trimester of your pregnancy. The experts at Window to The Womb give us the low-down of each possible position, and what it might mean for birth.
We get many questions on the 20-week scan (especially from first-time parents), and what exactly this entails, so we wanted to offer you more information on this important mum-to-be milestone.
Here are the key maternity products I'm using at 21 weeks pregnant. The first trimester is over, the sickness bands and 4Head sticks have been put back in the drawer and I'm finding that there are really only a few key things I'm using right now.
Breasts are supported by ligaments as opposed to muscle, making them much more susceptible to hormonal changes. During the first trimester your breasts may swell, or feel uncomfortable, and your current bra may...
To celebrate International Day of the Midwife our resident midwife and birth-trauma expert Lesley Gilchrist's account of 'A Day in the Life of a Midwife' details a typical 24-hour shift.