Preterm labor complete guidelines

All about Labour

As you prepare for child birth and delivery, know all about giving birth, the signs and symptoms of labor, tips to manage labor pain, alternative and natural birthing methods, what to expect during a c-section surgery, and a quick guide to cervical dilation and epidurals.

Breech Baby

Breech Baby

Baby’s position in the uterus is usually referred to in medical terms as the “presentation of the foetus”. Usually, during the last month of pregnancy, the baby’s position in the uterus is carefully monitored to ensure that it is in the...

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Do’s and Don’ts After a C-section

Do’s and Don’ts After a C-section

  With advancements in medical technology, Caesarean procedures are far less complicated these days. Nonetheless, the effects of the surgery vary from individual to individual depending on how healthy your pregnancy/baby development has...

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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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