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Increased discharge is normal and once it’s a light colour with no unpleasant odour it okay. you may need to wear a pantyliner....

Epidurals are a very common phobia. You can use gas and air during the procedure, which will help you to relax....

As the restrictions ease, keep visitors to a minimum and make sure they wash their hands well if they are going to hold baby....

Here I’ve put together short video, along with my "TEN Reasons to use a TENS Machine!"....

At our antenatal class we often get asked about various birth types, such as the use of an episiotomy....

With antenatal classes being cancelled in hospitals and venues across Ireland, our team of midwives have developed a live antenatal class to support expectant couples during this time. ...

We have developed a bespoke online platform that brings our antenatal education to you live, with multiple functionalities to ensure you receive knowledge as if you were there in person....

At our antenatal class we always get asked about C-Sections, or Caesarean Section Deliveries. In Ireland, 33% of deliveries are C-Sections....

In a forceps delivery an instrument shaped like a pair of large spoons is applied to the baby’s head to help guide the baby out of the birth canal. ...

If you’re currently pregnant, you may be wondering how Coronavirus or COVID-19 could affect your family....

Given the evolving nature of Covid-19 and the uncertainty facing a large number of antenatal classes around Ireland, we have made a number of decisions to support expectant parents during this time. ...

Antenatal classes are designed to help you and your partner to prepare for labour, birth and early parenthood....

Would you know what to do in a first aid emergency?...

Let me talk you through a simple step by step… and we will do the full demo as always in our antenatal Class....

So, we the got the most gorgeous phone call this week from a granny-to-be wondering if we do gift vouchers… she wanted to gift her son and daughter-in-law a little pressie of ‘The Baby Academy Experience’....

Would you believe the most common reason for induction of labour (IOL) in Ireland is a first time Mom going ‘overdue’. ...

Labour…the clue is in the name! I have been there myself twice and supported lots of women and I can safely say, it is hard work...