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Labor

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How to tell if it's really time, or if you're just experiencing Braxton Hicks contractions
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The different kinds of pain relievers, and which one is right for you during labor
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3 steps for a smoother delivery
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How women really feel about giving birth - from the moment they check into the hospital to after they've gone home
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A landmark survey conducted by Harris Interactive for the Maternity Center Association with support from Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute, uncovered some surprising facts.
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See what your choices are for your birth
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What brings a baby into the world? Understanding the mysteries of how birth begins
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A week-by-week guide to pregnancy, from before conception to birth
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The number of pregnant women being induced has skyrocketed. Here’s why many experts are concerned
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I can’t figure out what to do when I go into labor with our second child. We have no family nearby, so how can we make plans for leaving our toddler when we rush off to the hospital, possibly...
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Relieving Side Effects from an Epidural
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Giving Birth After a Cesarean
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The last thing on your mind right now is training for a marathon. But your body is about to endure one - labor
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Despite what you may have heard, when it comes to getting an epidural, there’s no perfect time -- each stage of labor has its advantages, say experts.
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Here’s what to consider if you’re planning a birth at home
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How to get through a less-than-comfortable delivery
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If you are pregnant, request a Group B strep test — here’s why
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The top reasons labor hurts
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Find out whether this birth choice is right for you
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Straight Talk for New Moms
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Q. I know that labor can sometimes last for hours. Is it okay to eat if I get hungry? A. At the onset of labor it's important to keep your...
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Consider these non-traditional methods during labor

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