You've been waiting patiently for 9 months and the big day has finally arrived. Within a few hours, you'll be holding your newborn baby in your arms! Let's look at the key stages of childbirth.
Pregnancy is both a wonderful experience and a major change – both physically and emotionally. Get our tips on how to experience this exciting new phase of your life.
Parents-to-be can now choose from a wide range of different methods for getting ready for childbirth: have a look at the main ones with us and find the one that best suits your needs!
Currently, more than a third of women in France smoke, and 20% of women continue smoking right up until the last trimester of their pregnancy. And yet there is widespread agreement about the dangers of smoking
Throughout pregnancy, maintaining a good diet ensures that your baby grows and develops properly. You should not necessarily eat for two… just eat better!
All too often, future mothers get very little rest at night. Get our tips for tackling tiredness and getting a good night’s sleep!
Each of your baby's 5 senses develops during pregnancy, one after the other, enabling him to gradually establish contact with the outside world.
A change in the contours of the breasts, along with a sensation of heaviness and tension, is often one of the first signs of pregnancy.
Your skin is subject to great strain during pregnancy. As your hormone levels change, your skin has a tendency to become dry and dehydrated.
Particularly frequent during pregnancy, stretch marks are a major source of concern for many women.
The phenomenon of aching, tired, or heavy legs is characterized by a feeling of heaviness and fatigue in the legs, and is most often felt at the end of the day and during summer months.
Congratulations! You’re pregnant and the great miracle of life has started inside you!
During the nine months of your pregnancy, you will receive a great deal of attention from the medical profession.
During the nine months of your pregnancy, you will experience many changes throughout your body.
Although the discomfort you experienced during pregnancy can be annoying, most of them are completely normal and are not a cause for concern.
Contrary to what most people would tell you, physical exercise during pregnancy can be safe. In fact, regular exercise is very good for your health when you are pregnant.