This article delves more into headaches, particularly during pregnancy. It’s common among pregnant women, and Rosie herself experienced headaches and migraines in all 4 of her pregnancies. Read more to know how a physiotherapist like herself managed her symptoms + so much more!
If you are a pregnant mama who has had a cesarean section from your last baby, you may be wondering if vaginal birth could be an option for you this time around. VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) is definitely possible. Let us show you some important factors to help you decide.
The early signs of labour is one of the most googled topics nowadays. Even if the Google search is great, it can sometimes lay out information that is irrelevant or unhelpful . We’ve collated some of the most important information you might need regarding the first stage of labour + some management tips.
It’s important to know that diastasis is a normal occurrence during and after pregnancy. You also need to know when it is considered abnormal, so that you can take the appropriate steps to recover your normal abdominal wall function.
Birth is something we often put on the backburner. We might not see it as important, (especially when we compare to the energy we often give planning a wedding….) when it has the capacity to be the most life altering experience, whether that is in a positive or negative way. You don’t have to look too far to find a woman who has had a difficult or traumatic birth, yet it also has the capacity to be one of the most empowering and amazing days of our lives. Research shows it’s not the WAY that we give birth that has the biggest impact on how we feel about our birth experience (i.e assisted birth, natural, c-section) but whether we felt listened to, cared for, and part of the decision making process that ultimately affects us the most in birth.