Pre-term Labour

Identifying pre-term labor early can help prolong pregnancy. What are some of the causes of pre-term labor? What are the signs and symptoms of pre-term labor? The risks of an early delivery? How to care for a premature baby? Read about it all.

Signs & Symptoms of Pre-term Labour

Signs & Symptoms of Pre-term Labour

Pre-term labour cannot be totally prevented - but you can do the next best thing. Identifying the signs and symptoms of early pregnancy and manage it better. As you are the only person who can be aware of your body's normal activity, you are the...

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Preventing Pre-term Labour

Preventing Pre-term Labour

Preventing pre-term labour is not as easy as it sounds, as it usually happens due to causes that are not completely understood. However, following some general guidelines for a healthy pregnancy may help prevent pre-term labour and will optimize...

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Detecting Pre-term Labour

Detecting Pre-term Labour

  Pre-term labour happens when the uterus contracts and causes the cervix to open and prepare for delivery - before the 37th week of pregnancy. But the onset of pre-term labour can be difficult to detect, until it's too late to stop it...

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Pre-term Labour – Care During an Emergency

Pre-term Labour – Care During an Emergency

Pre-term labour is a serious complication in pregnancy, that could have long-term effects on your baby. It is the main cause of infant death and lingering illnesses that could affect your baby's future. The following conditions usually signal an...

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Caring for a Premature Baby

Caring for a Premature Baby

A premature baby (or 'preemies' as such babies are called) is usually born before the 37th week of pregnancy. A normal pregnancy that lasts for about 40 weeks is always best for baby. But a pregnancy that ends between 20 weeks and 37 weeks is...

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    • Simply click the "start" button at the beginning of the contraction, when you feel the tightening sensation (whether with your hand on your belly or if you can feel it from inside). Click on the "Stop" button when your uterus completely relaxes again.
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      Start Time Stop Time Length of Contraction Frequency of Contraction

Its good to be prepared for the delivery. We help you prepare a checklist of things to keep handy when you go for delivery.

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