• 6 Surprising Things I Learned About Pregnancy
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    6 Surprising Things I Learned About Pregnancy

    *snoring* Oh, no. It was all a dream. [Chyna]: Breakfast is ready. NOOOO! Wait, we planned this. This is a good thing. Everything’s fine. What’s for breakfast? Pancakes? Waffles? Breakfast tacos? Breakfast burritos? Breakfast spaghetti!? [Chyna]: Oatmeal NOOOO! Wait, does it have honey? [Chyna]: Yes. Blueberries? [Chyna]: Yes. Peanut butter powder? [Chyna]: Yes. Bananas? [Chyna]: We’re out of bananas. NOOOO! Hey Beardlovers. Welcome to Wheezy Waiter. I hope your day’s going well. Now then, join me as we miss learn about life together. So as an idiot manchild, ignorant of all things nadel What’s a baby? Over the course of the time that my wife has been growing a human…

  • Mom Thinks She’s Had Perfect Childbirth – Then Doctor Does Something She’ll Never Forget
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    Mom Thinks She’s Had Perfect Childbirth – Then Doctor Does Something She’ll Never Forget

    SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE ! Mom Thinks She’s Had Perfect Childbirth – Then Doctor Does Something She’ll Never Forget There are plenty of big decisions a woman must make when she discovers that she’s pregnant. Choosing a hospital for the delivery is one of the more important ones. Many people are fortunate enough to benefit from well-educated, talented doctors and experienced healthcare professionals, but that doesn’t necessarily take the worry away. When a woman falls pregnant, she accepts the trust of doctors when it comes to help with her child. They will play a central part in the lives of both mom and baby for the next nine…

  • What is a healthy pregnancy?
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    What is a healthy pregnancy?

    – Generally, as a research scientist, I think of a healthy pregnancy as one that is 40 weeks long It’s within the range of a normal weight, and it has reasonable Apgar scores, which are a test that they administer to the baby after birth to make sure it’s breathing correctly. For pregnant women, you should be able to engage in normal activities during pregnancy and you shouldn’t feel anything outside of your normal discomfort that comes with carrying a baby. And the reason is, it’s very important to both the mother and the infant to have a healthy pregnancy. For the mother, we want to talk about having good…

  • When Should You Have A Baby?
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    When Should You Have A Baby?

    Whether you’re thinking of having kids today or becoming a parent in the future Many are aware that fertility declines as you age so when should you have kids, and is there anything you can do to beat your biological clock? A woman’s first period is generally around age twelve or thirteen, but most ovaries don’t start releasing eggs until a few years after this In fact, a woman’s peak fertility isn’t actually until her early or mid twenties Unlike males who are constantly producing new sperm females have a finite number of eggs, but don’t worry By puberty you have around 300,000 way more than the 300 to 400…

  • From pregnancy, to childbirth and beyond: the staff who shape your maternity journey
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    From pregnancy, to childbirth and beyond: the staff who shape your maternity journey

    Hello my name is Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent. I’m head of maternity, children and young people at NHS England. I’ve been a midwife for 30 years and I’ve had the absolute privilege of supporting just under 2,000 women to birth their babies. The pregnancy journey is very special. Midwives on the whole tend to support women and their families during the antenatal period, for labour, the birth and postnatally. There are many people that support women in their families throughout that journey and here’s an example of some of them. Hi my name is Dr. Jim Bonham and I’m a scientist and I’m the national laboratory lead for newborn screening in England.…

  • Dr. Stacy Brown Talks About the Childbirth Experience
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    Dr. Stacy Brown Talks About the Childbirth Experience

    Every day is exciting and differen’t. It’s a diverse, virbrant neighborhood. When a patient comes in with a certain request or desire, it’s about finding the right combination to meet them where they are. Listening to patients about what their expectations are during their prenatal care and trying to be clear about what our expectations are and what the course of prenatal care will look like–and then the same with the birth experience. What people are looking for and what they want out of that experience. And trying to meet together where our common goal is going to be to have a healthy mom and a healthy baby and having…