Experts Reveal The Truth About Childbirth

September 17, 2015

If this is your first pregnancy and you want to know what to expect, you've come to the right place (via The Mail Online)

It's the article we've wanted to see for AGES – and it's finally here, thanks to good ol' Mail Online. 

According to the report, it's not that easy to determine whether or not you're in labour. 

And did you know, epidurals are not the only form of pain relief? A water birth, a warm shower and even a back massage could go a long way in offering relief. 

Oh, and that saying about being so scared you wet yourself didn't come about for nothing. There's a strong chance your baby will empty their bowels upon entry into the world… (And you might too – SORRY!)

Get the full story on the Mail Online





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Size Guide

To calculate the size of band that's right for you, you'll need to measure around your waist and bump across its largest point - usually at the tummy button.

Bump Size* S M L XL
80 - 100 cms
(32 - 40 inches)
100 - 120 cms
(40 - 48 inches)
120 - 140 cms
(48- 56 inches)
140+ cms
(56+ inches)

 *All bumps are different and grow at different times. You may find that you will need to go up a size as your pregnancy progresses