While managing labour pains on your own can be daunting, there are a number of natural pain relief options to help you cope until you are admitted to hospital.
Out of all the questions asked of mums-to-be, 'Do you know what you're having?' would be right up there in popularity.
A 15-minute labour sounds like the thing dreams are made of. But for this Aussie mum of five, it was a reality.
When told that they are having a 'big baby', many women have a lot of fears. But those fears are often unfounded.
The debate about the benefits of placenta consumption is far from over, with new research suggesting the practice might be dangerous.
There's no doubt that post-birth photos can have a powerful effect on women. But are they enough to change the way pregnant women feel about their own impending labours?
If doing it on your back is out, what's the best position for labour and birth?
Dancing to Michael Jackson isn't usually on the list of ways to make your baby arrive as soon as possible - but this mum thought it was worth a shot.
Your pain threshold isn't actually set to low, high or somewhere in between. It can depend on range of psychological factors like perception, environment and education.
Worrying your baby will be delivered by the roadside is a common concern for many mothers-to-be. So how likely are you to be caught short?
A plea for help posted on Facebook helped save the life of a pregnant woman who had spent days in labour in a remote part of Papua New Guinea.
A new experience is radically altering men's views of childbirth.
As the waiting game of late pregnancy continues, this mum considers a few things that might hurry things up a little.