Is this your first pregnancy? Wondering what different types of contractions feel like and when they should start? Here’s how to tell true labor contractions apart from other types of contractions — including false labor and Braxton Hicks contractions.
Getting near your due date? Wondering if you should try inducing labor? Some women don't go into labor naturally -- making it necessary to induce labor (usually under a doctor's guidance). Here you'll find ways to induce labor naturally at home, when is the right time to induce, and how to avoid inducing labor accidentally.
A look at some of the methods of inducing labor naturally. We dispel some of the old wives tales from those methods that are truly the most effective. See how to stimulate the production of certain hormones in your body in order to encourage labor yourself. These are the best natural ways to induce labor on your own.
Find out the odds of your water breaking at home, rather than in the hospital. My experience, plus what I’ve learned about water breaking during pregnancy – to help calm your fears.
There are a lot of myths surrounding acupressure during pregnancy. Here’s what you need to know about acupressure during pregnancy and how to do it safely.
It is technically safe to deliver a baby up to 2 weeks past your due date, but you may be interested in speeding things along a bit. There are LOTS of natural ways to induce labor at home yourself! Here are ways of inducing labor that you can try at home – including things you can DO to increase labor and things you can EAT to induce labor.
This video shows the 5 techniques that doctors can use when inducing labor.