Concerns about labor run the gamut from "will my water break in my favorite restaurant" to fears about the intensity of the pain. Read on, and try to stop worrying. As the author points out, generations of women have walked this road before and come through with flying colors.
These suggestions can help both you and your baby get the rest you need.
Cara Familian Natterson, MD
Here's a description of the
changes that take place with regard to your baby's head.
In order for a baby to be able to travel through the birth...
Once baby arrives, there will be a flurry of activity surrounding your newborn. Not only that, if you choose to stay at home with baby, "me time" will be reduced dramatically!
Jane Forester, D.O.
If your body (and baby) is ready,
what can you do to help move the process of labor along?
When it comes to pregnancy, it seems everyone is an expert.