A male nurse,Edeaghe Jeremiah Oyakhilome has taken delivery of a baby with its cord around the neck in a Keke Napep (tricycle) after an undisclosed hospital denied care of the mother in Lagos, according to the narration. The nurse swung
One of the things to keep at bay for a to-be-home is avoidable anxiety. Avoiding undue anxiety has to do with some planning but even more asking the right questions from your health practitioner to help you get an idea
I want to inspire all those who have suffered a miscarriage, a stillbirth and all those who have been trying to conceive with my story that ended well. I first got pregnant three months after my wedding. Without any hassles
Lebogang Setshotloe, a new mum is accusing a doctor at Moses Kotane Hospital of breaking her baby’s arm during delivery. The 21-year-old South African mum said she wasn’t allowed to see her baby girl until a day after delivery. She then
Not every woman tries to go the whole nine yards of “natural birth”. Probably because of stories they’ve heard, medical reasons or they just don’t believe they can endure the pain. Well, for those of you who are willing to
A Nigerian man was left speechless after his neighbour gave birth to a baby girl inside his car in the wee hours of the morning. He took to his social media pages to narrate the experience. The man, Daniel Chukwuemeka, shared the
A pregnant woman, who was heading to a hospital for delivery and boarded the popular BRT bus has given birth to a baby boy inside the bus. According to reports, she had boarded the bus at Irawo bus stop going
Yesterday, a BRT driver, Agape Enyere who is the son of a midwife, took delivery for a pregnant woman identified as Mary Obi who wanted to board the public transport to Mile 2, Lagos state. According to reports from Ghoah.com, the
An expectant woman who was told she was going to have a baby girl, received the surprise of her life after delivery. According to reports, the woman in the photos is Koto Nakamura, a mum whose childbirth, a photographer, Jes
By Paula Rumm Pain Relief Options How It Works What To Expect Pros Cons BREATHING is a non-drug pain relief option. Patterned breathing is often taught in good ante-natal classes.Pain might be an indication that your body needs extra oxygen.
There are several labour pain relief options you could try: BREATHING – A non-drug pain relief option How It Works: Patterned breathing is often taught in good ante-natal classes. Pain might be an indication that your body needs extra oxygen.