These pregnancy videos will help you understand everything from pregnancy tests to how to cope with your new pregnancy skin once you find out you're having a baby.
Sometimes planned vaginal births can turn into unplanned c-sections. Find out the most common reason why this happens and what to expect.
Many women choose to have an epidural to ease the pain of labor and delivery. Find out how an epidural works and if it could be part of your birth plan.
Anita, who gave birth to twins, had a planned c-section because of the position of the babies. She shares her experience and gives advice to moms-to-be expecting multiples.
Emile found out that she was having twins when she was one month pregnant. Hear about her planned c-section with an epidural in this video.
Though Sapna wanted to give birth vaginally, her daughter had different plans. Sapna delivered via an unplanned c-section after having contractions that day she was supposed to be induced.
Sarah had an epidural for her first child, but she decided to give birth naturally by having an unmedicated childbirth the second time. Learn more about her story and how the two experiences compared.
Regina was five days past her due date, but she was determined to have her baby naturally. She shares what she did to avoid being induced and make her birth plan become a reality.
For her second delivery, Christine decided to use various methods of natural pain relief instead of an epidural. Get her tips on how to give birth drug-free.
Carrie wanted to have a vaginal birth after being induced, but after a series of events, had to change plans. Her unplanned c-section may have been unexpected but ultimately had the perfect ending.
For Pamela, a routine doctor's appointment turned into an emergency c-section when the doctor found that her baby's heart was skipping beats. Watch her describe the whirlwind of events that led up to the birth of her son.