4 Tips for Coping With a Long Labor

The average labor is usually 12-18 hours for a first pregnancy, not including inductions. However, sometimes labor lasts longer because of physical issues or your baby scooting into a better position. Other times, labor might last longer due to fear of becoming a...

A Doula Reveals 6 Important Things About Labor

As you get ready for your labor and birth, you might be getting nervous. But know that there are some tips and tricks that doulas use to help make the birth experience a little easier. A doula, also known as a birth attendant, offers emotional and physical support...

Freaked Out About Labor & Delivery?

It’s common for you to be stressed out or afraid about your labor and delivery. Many women are scared of the pain of childbirth. What you can do that will really help is to attend childbirth classes, held at your local hospital. The instructor is usually an...