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What is a caesarean section and what to expect

What is a caesarean section and what to expect

A caesarean section is a procedure that is carried out so that a baby can be born without needing to go through the birth canal. In some instances a caesarean section ​may be elective, which means it has been planned after you’ve discussed it with your doctor,...
Pregnancy: what is Asherman Syndrome?

Pregnancy: what is Asherman Syndrome?

Pregnancy: what is Asherman Syndrome?Asherman syndrome is when scar tissue exists inside the womb or cervix.Generally this scar tissue doesn’t affect the woman’s health, however it may prevent conception. Additionally, in rare cases Asherman Syndrome could...
What is an assisted vaginal birth?

What is an assisted vaginal birth?

This feature explains all you need to know about having an assisted vaginal birth.1. For what reasons could I need help with my baby’s birth?There are a number of reasons why you could need help, some of the main reasons are:Your medical team are concerned about...
What is dilation?

What is dilation?

What is dilation questions quick references     1. What is dilation? 2. How much dilation does the cervix needs? 3. Does dilation have phases? 4. In how much time does dilation reach 10 centimetres? 5. What happens if I cannot dilate? Back to Top 1. What is...
Pregnancy-what are stretch marks?

Pregnancy-what are stretch marks?

What are stretch marks in pregnancy questions quick references 1. What are stretch marks? 2. What causes stretch marks? 3. Why does pregnancy promotes the appearance of stretch marks? 4. Do all pregnant women get stretch marks? 5. What can I do to prevent stretch...
What is effacement in pregnancy?

What is effacement in pregnancy?

What is effacement in pregnancy questions quick references     1. What is effacement? 2. When does effacement start? 3. How is effacement measured? 4. What causes effacement? 5. What happens after effacement? 6. What can I do if I am not effacing? Back to...