We've shared stories of gentle caesareans before, but a new video shows a new option called a 'natural caesarean'.
As I lay on the hospital bed, fully dilated and numb from the waist down, I heard the words I was dreading.
Birth is an unpredictable, mysterious process that intrigues us all, and there is a lot of misinformation out there.
Hypnobirthing most certainly isn't about clucking like a chicken with Daryl Somers in front of a room full of gullible idiots.
The fear of all medical intervention in childbirth goes beyond justifiable caution. It is plain quackery.
The hospital maternity reception is full of expecting parents like my husband and me, waiting for the birth unit tour to start.
An adorable photo of a little boy and his dad enjoying skin to skin contact with newborn twins is melting hearts everywhere.
A new study has challenged conventional thinking about when to induce babies.
A record-breaking baby has been born in India.
It was a moment filled with joy but tinged with sadness.
A Ukrainian couple who were on an around the world cycling trip face $230,000 in medical bills after their baby was born 12 weeks premature in Sydney.
There are baby steps and giant leaps forward. But there are steps backwards, too. And, oh, how they can hurt your heart.
Most people believe only new mums suffer postnatal depression. This is not the case.
In the months after the birth of her first child, the last thing Christine Spicer felt like was a glowing mum.
Would I have survived if I hadn't crossed that street?
The birth of a new baby can bring incredible joy for a family, but it can also be a time of stress, worry and sadness.
With the help of a new app, researchers are hoping to understand more about the causes of postnatal depression and postnatal psychosis. And they're currently looking for mums to take part in their study.