asks from Detroit
I am 20wks preganat with my second child. The last week or so, I've noticed that there are times that my stomach will get hard (mostly if I've been on ...
asks from Nashville
My doc wants to induce me at 39 weeks (my second pregnancy.) I had raised glucose for one test (they did 3) but did not actually get the Gestational Diabetes diagnosis...
asks from Sherman
I am scheduled to induce on August 6th and can't decide what I want to do for pain management. I've heard lots of mixed reviews on epidurals vs. local anesthesia. Ca...
asks from Philadelphia
I am 36 weeks and have finally stopped gaining weight. I has gained about 34pounds. Well in 1week i have lost 3pounds and fear that this is not normal. I have never lo...
asks from Portland
My first birth was a very long and painful induction, which resulted in an epidural ( something I was very strongly against before this ), I am doing all I can to prep...
asks from Charlotte
I was placed on bed rest for a week, then told to take it easy, after experiencing Preterm contractions due to dehydration and "over doing it." The contrctions have ea...
asks from New York
The childbirth class my hospital offers is charging $300 for the class! I'd like a cheaper alternative and was looking into whether a DVD would be a good replacem...
asks from Salt Lake City
As background, I took Bradley classes before my birth and am now training to teach Bradley. I've been wondering what other methods are like since I don't know too much...
asks from Dallas
I am expecting my first child in April and having a difficult time deciding which, if any, pain medication(s) to use. My initial plan is to use an epidural, however I...
asks from Portland
I have a 7 year old son who wants to be there when I give birth and my husband and I are fine with that as we are a very open family. I had a c section with my son so...