Category: 33-34 weeks pregnant

What is a dehiscent cervix?

What is a dehiscent cervix?

Marie, my doctor said I have cervical dehiscence. What does that mean? I didn’t dare ask. Thanks in advance, Adeline. Adeline, it’s a great question
Baby Ailments

Baby Ailments

Date : 16 octobre 2016 Theme: Baby Ailments Marie answers many questions about a range of topics live on Facebook. In this week’s video, she
Breaking Your Water

Breaking Your Water

How can you know if your water broke? What signs should you look for and what precautions should you take? Marie talks about it.
Why would someone want to see an osteopath?

Why would someone want to see an osteopath?

To learn more about osteopathy, go to the next article: Osteopathy and Babies: Mother and Baby. Afin de mieux connaitre l'ostéopathie, dirigez-vous vers le billet
Baby Wearing with Émilie Tanné, Babywearing Monitor

Baby Wearing with Émilie Tanné, Babywearing Monitor

Date: November 27, 2016 Theme: Babywearing with Émilie Tanné, Babywearing Monitor Facebook Live video with Émilie Tanné, a babywearing monitor. In this video, Marie and
10 Things About Parenthood You Should Know

10 Things About Parenthood You Should Know

Hello Parents, Are you a new or future parent? Congratulations! Here is a list of 10 things associated with the arrival of your baby. I
Milk Intolerance and Allergies

Milk Intolerance and Allergies

Marie answers your questions about milk intolerances and allergies. How can you recognise an intolerance, and what should you do?
Do you know about restless legs syndrome?

Do you know about restless legs syndrome?

Marie, I am 24 weeks pregnant, and why I lay down, my leg gets restless and starts moving non-stop. My cousin said it was restless
Nipple Shields or Nipple Protectors

Nipple Shields or Nipple Protectors

Do you have a nipple wound and it hurts? Flat nipples or a very strong ejection reflex? Nipple shields or nipple protectors are your solution
I have flat nipples and worried my baby won’t be able to breastfeed

I have flat nipples and worried my baby won’t be able to breastfeed

I have flat nipples, and I don’t know how my baby will be able to breastfeed when they are born in six months. Can I
Preparing your Stay in the Hospital

Preparing your Stay in the Hospital

What is a birth plan? What are the signs that you will give birth soon? What will the medical staff do when you arrive?
The Physiology of Pregnancy and Childbirth

The Physiology of Pregnancy and Childbirth

Hello Parents! To illustrate what Dr. de Gasquet talks about, I want to examine the importance of the pelvis and breathing for pregnant women and
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