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Labour: Deciding what pain relief is right for you
Labour: Deciding what pain relief is right for you

Pain relief options for labour can look different to every woman. This might be due to the place of birth,...

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Placenta previa
Placenta previa

Placenta previa's a complication of pregnancy where the placenta is partially or fully covering the opening of the uterus. It's...

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Mixed Feeding
Mixed Feeding

The term ‘mixed feeding’ refers to the practice of giving your baby formula as well as breastmilk and/or breastfeeding. Some...

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Medication safety and breastfeeding
Safe use of medications during breastfeeding

Most medications pass into breastmilk, although the exact percentage of transfer varies greatly between medication types. Here's our guide to...

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Newborn feeding cues
Newborn feeding cues

Did you know newborns have a variety of ways to show you they're hungry? Crying is often a last resort....

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Breastfeeding with twins
Breastfeeding with twins

Expecting twins? Overwhelmed by the thought of breastfeeding? Our IBCLC delves into the reason why some women are hesitant to...

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Fetal monitoring in labour
Fetal monitoring in labour

When you're in labour, there are many ways your health provider may choose to monitor you. This blog explains some...

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Induction of labour
Induction of labour

Labour generally commences naturally between 37-42 weeks of pregnancy. During this time, the cervix starts to soften and dilate, contractions...

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Breastfeeding during pregnancy
Breastfeeding during pregnancy

When it comes to pregnancy and breastfeeding, it is recommended to wait at least 6 months following weaning before falling...

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