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5 Ways To Relieve Your Labour Pain

Different methods are available to relieve labour pain. Effectiveness varies among individuals, but it is helpful to familiarise yourself with the more common methods before you go into labour, so you will be able to come to a quick decision when necessary.

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Your antenatal care-Your birth plan

Preparing a plan for your labor and delivery in advance allows you to think through your alternatives with a clear and rational mind.

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Natural birth

A natural birth is the low-tech way of  having a baby  by allowing nature to take its course.

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6 Things To Keep In Mind Regarding Your Diet And Lifestyle Before Trying To Get Pregnant

Switch to a balanced diet – An extremely essential factor to keep you as prospective parent ready for pregnancy. Make sure your meals include enough fibres in the form of fruits and vegetables

Pregnancy 17/09/2020

Ovulation Symptoms To Watch Out For

Once you start paying attention to your body, it's amazing how many hints it delivers about the various stages in your cycle - and ovulation symptoms are often quite noticeable and easy to detect once you know what to look for

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Luteal Phase

This is the phase of your menstrual cycle which begins after you have ovulated and lasts until either pregnancy occurs or the breakdown of the corpus luteum has begun. The typical length for a luteal phase is 10 – 16 days, though most commonly it lasts for around 14 days. But when it is shorter than 12 days, this can mean there are problems with conceiving. The day of ovulation and the first day of a woman’s period should not be counted in the luteal phase

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