Postnatal Depression – PND
What is it? Postnatal depression affects approximately 1 in 7 women and is a type of depression that develops between a month and a year after a baby is born. It is different from the baby blues, which up to 80% of women may experience….
Do men have a biological clock too?
Do men have a biological clock too? Have you ever wondered about the ticking of the male biological clock? We know that women are most fertile from age 20-35, with an abundance of egg reserves and them being of the highest quality during this time….
What is it? To understand what an anterior placenta is we need to first start with the placenta, which is what keeps your baby alive during pregnancy. This large organ attaches to the wall of the uterus and delivers oxygen and nutrients to your baby…
What is it? Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the most common serious genetic condition in Australian children today, affecting one in every 2500 babies. CF primarily affects the lungs and digestive system. Consequently, when a person has CF their mucus glands secrete very thick sticky mucus….
Palace news – is it triplets?
We congratulated Megan and Harry on their wonderful baby news and chatted about age and how it relates to pregnancy. The question that everyone is asking now is… Will it be a multiple birth? I spoke to New Idea about the changes in the body…
External Cephalic Version
What is it? An external cephalic version (ECV) is a procedure to turn your baby from a breech position into a head down (cephalic) position. The procedure is completed after 37 weeks of pregnancy if your baby has not turned itself. During pregnancy your baby will…
How to improve your caesarean scar
All mums are encouraged to ‘rest up and take it easy’ to ensure they heal well after birth. Mums who deliver via caesarean section are also asked not to drive for two weeks or lift heavy objects for six weeks and they’ll need to care…