Once a woman becomes pregnant, her body begins to change. Simple home remedies can help with some of the typical symptoms and complaints associated with pregnancy.
Diabetes in pregnancy (gestational diabetes) increases the risk of certain rare birth complications. This risk can usually be reduced by a change in diet.
Regular check-ups during pregnancy are important for both mother and baby. They allow risks or complications to be detected and treated at an early stage.
Preparing for the birth of a baby includes finding a midwife, choosing where to give birth, seeking answers to various questions, and thinking about caring for the newborn after the birth.
It’s impossible to predict exactly how the birth of a baby will proceed. However, thanks to midwives and medical facilities, it generally turns out to be a positive experience.
An unborn child needs many different nutrients and vitamins to grow. How can expectant mothers positively influence their children’s development through nutrition?
Many expectant mothers ask themselves what’s allowed and what should be avoided during pregnancy. This article offers answers to the most important questions.
A forgotten pill, a torn condom, a slipped vaginal ring: to prevent pregnancy, the “morning after” pill helps. More about taking it and its effects, and on avoiding contraception failures.