It can be one of the most challenging but also one of the most joyful times in any woman's life.
For first time moms, it can also be scary and intimidating — so getting 'been-there-done-that' advice from other women and pregnancy experts can be the best move you can make before labor happens.
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from top resources around the Web offering information on
true labor pains, false labor, delivery procedures, episiotomies,
pain management, postpartum depression, and what else to may be in store for the young mom to be...
- Concise, consumer-based info on making wise decisions in
choosing health care providers, hospitals, labor support,
midwives or doulas, including facts and info on caesarian
Labor and childbirth information for new dads:
Pregnancy & Birth - First-rate resource from the BabyCenter
for expectant fathers including a new father IQ quiz, dozens
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life/work balance and more, plus related bulletin board and
links to additional information.
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information is intended as reference and not as medical advice.
All treatment decisions should be made by medical professionals.