Browse our Range
 
  1. 10
Set Ascending Direction
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

An episiotomy is a small surgical incision of the perineum. The perineum is the skin between your vagina and anus. A lot of pressure is exerted on this part of your body during labour, meaning the perineum can tear. An episiotomy is a way to prevent tearing by making a deliberate surgical incision first. Opening the space in this way can make it easier to push when the time comes, and a cut may be smaller than a natural tear.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Towards the end of your pregnancy, it’s easy to think that every ache in your back and twinge in your belly could be an initial sign of labour. So, how do you tell the difference between false labour and the real thing? Here’s what you need to know!

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

If you have an active, energetic toddler that bores easily, finding ways to entertain them on rainy days can seem tricky. While activating their brains and exerting their energy indoors may seem difficult, there are plenty of creative activities you can play to help pass the time. Here are 10 easy games to play with your little one indoors.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Pregnancy affects almost every part of your body, including your mouth and tastebuds. Dysgeusia refers to an altered or impaired sense of taste and is a common symptom among pregnant women, particularly in the first trimester. The effects can range from a subtle sour taste to a complete change in appetite.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Skin Changes During Pregnancy

10/09/2020 1:23 PM

From acne and pigmentation to the more desirable pregnancy glow, skin changes are a natural side effect of pregnancy. But what’s behind these changes and when does your complexion return to normal? Here’s what to know and what you can do for your skin during this time.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Your little one hears their very first sounds at around 18 weeks of pregnancy. While their initial playlist is a mix of airflow and stomach gurgling, your baby’s ears gradually develop to hear voices, noises and tunes by the late stages of pregnancy. As their features continue to grow, your little one becomes more attuned to their environment. But, what exactly do they hear?

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Postpartum swelling is a common symptom among newly delivered mothers. Since your body retains extra fluids during pregnancy, you might experience postpartum swelling in the face and extremities, most often the hands, feet and legs. As you wait for your kidneys to catch up, you can relieve some of the swelling naturally with a few simple, at-home steps.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Morning sickness, or nausea, is a highly common symptom of early pregnancy. Most prevalent during the first trimester, morning sickness is most often caused by the pregnancy hormones flooding your body and usually subsides after the first three months. While it’s difficult to prevent nausea completely, here are some natural remedies that may help relieve your morning sickness.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet is essential during your pregnancy. While your little one can benefit from all the healthy nutrients you’re feasting on, they can also be affected by unsafe foods, like undercooked meat or raw seafood. When establishing your pregnancy diet, be sure to steer clear of the following foods – no matter how tempting!

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting

Feeling your little one kick, wriggle and twist is one of the most exciting hallmarks of your pregnancy. While it beats the heartburn and morning sickness, your baby’s movements can also invite a whole bundle of new questions like, what should it feel like? And how often should my baby be kicking? Here’s what you should know about these tiny (albeit thrilling!) new sensations.

Read More
Posted in Pregnancy By Baby Bunting
  1. 10
Set Ascending Direction
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
Why wait when you can Buy NOW, Pay LATER with
zipMoney lets you BUY what you want NOW and PAY for it LATER with flexible interest-free monthly payments!

Please wait...