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Keep Calm and Labour On: Your Guide to Pain Management in Labour

  Active labour, especially in first-time mothers, can stretch up to 18 hours. Pain management during labour is important because pain can contribute to maternal fatigue which is linked to emotional responses such as anxiety and tension. The physiological stress...

Decoding The First Signs of Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the interesting processes that could happen to a woman’s body. While there are expected milestones for the next nine months, the experience may vary for each expectant mom. In fact, each pregnancy may bring a different set of experiences for a...

10 Tips-Choosing Obstetrician Gynaecologist Singapore Infographic

Having a good obstetrician-gynaecologist (OB-GYN) is very important.  Knowing that you are in the hands of a specialized physician gives you that feeling of security.Whether you come in for a gynaecological concern, planning to start a family, or reaching milestones...

Induction of Labour: What You Need to Know and How To Be Safe

While most women expect to welcome their little bundle of joy 38-40 weeks into their pregnancy, some may be thrown a curve ball and experience things a different way. If your labour doesn’t start on its own, your ob-gyn may use medications and other techniques for the...