Your Birth Rights In The NHS

By Samantha Thurlby-Brooks Knowing your legal birth rights in the NHS will help you have a more empowering birth experience. It’s important that both you and your partner fully understand your birth rights in the NHS so as you can make your own right choices. The rights that are most important during birth as found in the NHS Constitution 2013, which is supported by UK
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I was pregnant for 10 months

The idea that pregnancy becomes dangerous after 42 weeks, making induction essential, is out of date. Source: The Guardian, by Viv Groskop Friday 1 October 2010 Viv Groskop with Jack, born 20 days late: ‘I knew what I was doing and was happy with my decision.’ Photograph: Felix Clay for the Guardian Jack, my third child, arrived last month, 20
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Understanding Your Pregnant Body

Now you are pregnant, your body will be making many changes to accomodate your growing guest. Some changes you will notice such as the growth of your breasts and belly, but other changes are more subtle.The cocktail of hormones that are being released especially for your pregnancy will make emotional as well as physical changes. The hormone Relaxin allows your
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