We have often heard the saying, ‘No pain, no gain’. And, it is no longer just to motivate you to exercise. Undoubtedly, millions of women have accepted the inevitable of pain during the birthing process and have gotten used to it. Fortunately, with the right technique and method, you could do-away with the pain and have a joyous experience of bringing your bundle of joy into the world. M&B tells you everything you need to know about this technique—HypnoBirthing
Bump To Birth
So you might not be overdoing the mojitos this year, but there are lots of clever ways to have a good time, with no hangover either
After a rough monsoon and the scorching October heat, it’s time to usher in cooler climes. Say hello to winter! The season surely brings in a breath of fresh air, but expecting mothers need to be even more cautious in the colder months. M&B brings you expert advise on how to have a safe winter pregnancy
If you see labour in the movies, it’s often, well, dramatic. But most begin gently and gradually develop over hours—even days. Here are the signs it’s started…
My baby is six months old and is exclusively breastfed. Lately, I have noticed that he has been sweating profusely when he is being nursed. Initially, I thought that it could be because summer is setting in, but his breathing has become really rapid and he gasps a lot while nursing. He seems tired and often falls asleep in the middle of his feed. This is interrupting in the amount of milk he should be drinking. I am worried. Please advice.
Love exercise but unsure if you should continue now you’re expecting? Find out how it can help you have a happier, calmer pregnancy