Category: 35-36 weeks pregnant

Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

You’ll be surprised where varicose veins can pop up! Mothers, don’t panic! I will explain this phenomenon and tell you a little anecdote about it.
Mothers and Recovery Post-Childbirth

Mothers and Recovery Post-Childbirth

Comment se passent les heures après l'accouchement? Quels sont les changements qui vont s'opérer dans votre corps?
How do I sterilise a bottle nipple?

How do I sterilise a bottle nipple?

Article updated: April 2024. The recommendations of the INESPQ 2024 recommend sterilizing all bottle items up to 4 months of age, if the baby is
The Fear of Blood and Childbirth

The Fear of Blood and Childbirth

Are you generally scared of blood, either your own or that of others? Are you scared of blood splattering during childbirth? Let’s talk about it.
Should I visit the place I will give birth?

Should I visit the place I will give birth?

Is it necessary to visit the place I will give birth? And if my spouse doesn’t want to come, is that ok? It stresses me!
My doctor wants to perform a version

My doctor wants to perform a version

Marie, I am 35 weeks pregnant, and the doctor just told me that my baby is in a breech position. He offered to turn it,
Baby’s Colour After Childbirth

Baby’s Colour After Childbirth

When a baby is born they may seem bluish. Or their skin may be very white, almost discoloured. This can scare parents. But don’t worry,
A Mother’s Needs During Labour and Delivery

A Mother’s Needs During Labour and Delivery

Hello Parents, Each person has different needs when giving birth to a baby. However, during my work in the maternity ward, I noted three needs
35-36 Weeks Pregnant

35-36 Weeks Pregnant

Hello, baby reporting! Listen, parents, I am in a tight spot here in Mom’s tummy, and I am really looking forward to getting out and
Baby Stool

Baby Stool

Marie answers your questions about baby stool. A broad topic that often concerns parents. What’s the consistency, colour and texture of baby stool?
Should I try a VBAC?

Should I try a VBAC?

I am 23 weeks pregnant with my second baby. I had a caesarean section for my first baby during labour, and now I have to
I don’t want to be induced. Are there natural things I can do to speed up my labour?

I don’t want to be induced. Are there natural things I can do to speed up my labour?

I have an appointment to be induced at 41 weeks, which I would like to avoid. Are there things I can do to speed up