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Irritable uterus during pregnancy is one of those mysterious pregnancy ‘unknowns'. Find out the symptoms of irritable uterus and how it is diagnosed. Read More
Most women give birth in hospital. That’s why a recent report showing an increase in severe birth complications in this birth environment is alarming. Read More
There are lots of theories floating around, all claiming to predict your baby’s sex. Here are 8 (completely unscientific) signs you're having a girl. Read More
Whether you have a vaginal birth, an epidural or a c-section, you might experience shaking during labour and birth. Find out why this might happen. Read More
The SIDS rate has risen for the first time in three years. Sudden or unexplained deaths in the UK have increased, according to data. Find out why. Read More
Premature babies born in South Australia will be able to access donated breast milk, after the launch of a new breast milk bank, operated by the Red Cross. Read More
Waiting impatiently to find out whether you’re having a boy or a girl? Just for fun, look at this list of pregnancy symptoms and signs you’re having a boy. Read More
The cost of surgical birth: a pregnant mama exhausted hospital blood supply and ‘died' three times during her last c-section. Read More
On admission to hospital, which is better – intermittent or electronic monitoring? Find the answers and the latest evidence here. Read More
We tend to think of a good birth as one where both mother and baby are alive at the end. But what happens in labour and during birth is important too. Read More