The moment you've been waiting for is almost here: the birth of your baby! Here you'll learn about labor and delivery, including signs of labor, when to go to the hospital, how to manage the pain of labor, what involved with an epidural, birthing methods, and much more.
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The video captures a rare case of a baby born with its amniotic sac still intact.
Are those contractions signs of labor approaching? You may be going into labor. Before you grab your hospital bag, check to see if you're experiencing these common signs of labor to find out if you should call your doctor.
From drugs to breathing techniques, here's what to know to make your labor as painless as possible.
Stay sane on delivery day by preparing your hospital bag ahead of time. Here is our complete list of stuff you won't want to forget.
No one wants to arrive at the hospital too early -- or risk giving birth in the car. So how can you tell the difference between real and false labor? Pay attention to the following classic labor-day signs.
From exercise to water therapy, check out our guide to what helps--and what doesn't--on your big day.
Worried about early labor? While it can can sometimes be stopped with a combo of meds and bed rest, it's important to be on the lookout for these warning signs so you can call your doctor ASAP if you think there's a problem.
This amazing video captures the moments after an en-caul birth.
Sometimes planned vaginal births can turn into unplanned c-sections. Find out the most common reason why this happens and what to expect.
Get expert tips for what to bring with you to the hospital on your delivery day.
Early labor happens anytime before 37 weeks. Learn about the signs and different ways your doctor might try to slow down the labor.
Learn to recognize the telltale signs that baby is coming.
Here's how you'll know -- our stage-by-stage guide to giving birth.
We love these changes to the traditional caesarean-section and think you will, too.
If you want to know what labor is really like, listen to what these new moms have to say about childbirth.
You may think you've got a stellar reason to schedule an induction, but delivering as close as you can to your actual due date is crucial to your baby's health (and your own).
Real moms tell all! Check out real-life birth stories and then send in your own!
Think having a C-section is "easy peasy?" You'd better think again!
When it comes to contractions, not knowing what to expect can be scary. Learn more about when contractions occur and be prepared for when they do.
Rosie Pope shares a few key items you won't want to be without on delivery day.
It can be hard to know when those contractions are the real thing. Here are some tips to help you figure out whether you are actually in labor or whether you're experiencing false labor symptoms.