Who knew that pregnancy would mean you’d need to learn a whole new dictionary of terms and phrases? The last thing you need when you’re mid-contraction is to be worrying about what something means, and whether it’s serious or not.
You will of course want to make sure that the products you choose are gentle, specifically formulated for babies and contain only what you need to cleanse, soothe and protect their delicate skin and nothing you don’t.
Your perineum is the patch of skin between your vagina and anus and it's this part that's most likely to tear when you give birth. Most women will suffer from some type of childbirth tearing (around 9 out of 10 women with their first baby and around 7 out of 10 with subsequent births).
As most mums will know its not always the easiest of times recovering after child birth, whether it be the simplest of labours, or the toughest test of your life! The amazing feeling you get from seeing your new born baby for the very first time is quickly met with the harsh reality of being a fully fit mum.
Tips to treat cradle cap. Cradle cap, or infantile dermatitis, is a harmless condition which commonly occurs in a baby's first few months appearing as yellow scales or flakes on the scalp and sometimes eyebrows.
Looking for a great tasting caffeine free herbal tea during pregnancy? We recommend HotTea Mama blend of teas which have been designed to be both delicious and supportive for your pregnant body and growing baby.
It's such an exciting time, there is so much to plan for, and so much to look forward to. As you enter the third trimester of your pregnancy, it's a good idea to start thinking about what to pack in your hospital bag.....
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