Some women are not aware of the link between ovulation and the days you can become pregnant. Learn how familiarizing yourself with your ovulation cycle can increase your chances of getting pregnant. Watch this maternity how to video to learn more about ovulation and pregancy.
If you are one of thousands of teens that gets pregnant, you will need to find a way to break the news to your parents. Telling your parents your pregnant when your a teenager is one of the hardest parts of a teenage pregnancy. This maternity how-to video gives you a few tips on ways to handle the announcement to your parents.
Breastfeeding is beneficial both for the mother and child. Properly storing your breast milk can make all the difference in how nutritious and health-boosting it is for your child. This maternity how-to video explains the best ways to pump and store breast milk.
Breastfeeding is very beneficial for both the mother and child. If you're thinking about pumping your breast milk get tips on how to choose the right breast pump. Just watch this maternity how-to video for tips on milk pumps.
Need to get back to work after having our baby? If you're going back to work and still breastfeeding learn what your options are for breastfeeding in the workplace. Watch this how to video to get more maternity tips.
Sometimes while you breastfeed your milk ducts can get plugged causing small, red and tender lumps to form on your breast. This maternity how-to video gives tips on preventing clogged milk ducts and what to do if they are already clogged.
Belly casts are the new keepsake for pregnant women that last and display well; learn how to cast a pregnant belly in this free video series on body molding tips.
Breastfeeding is usually the best way for a mother to feed her baby, but it is not always convenient. Learn how to breastfeed in public with tips from a lactation educator in this free parenting video series on nursing babies.
Breastfeeding is usually the best way to feed your new baby and is also a great way for mother and baby to bond. Learn how to breastfeed your baby with tips from a lactation educator in this free parenting video series.
Learn how to nurse your baby in public, what clothes are best for breast feeding and where the best breast feeding locations are in this free video series that will calm your fears of breast feeding in public or going against common etiquette.
This step by step how to video gives breastfeeding mom an idea of what a good breastfeeding position looks like. This video also gives tips on what they should have on hand to make their breastfeeding experience more comfortable.
This is an excellent video, by the wonderful Dr Jack Newman, showing a classic cross-cradle hold, and a baby latching well. The important part of this video is what's happening at the mouth/nipple exchange. Learn tips for how to breastfeed a baby properly and comfortably.
Breastfeeding comfort varies due to subtle nuances in technique. This video shows how to find a comfortable position for a baby to latch on while breastfeeding to make the experience more pleasant for the mother.
Babies naturally drink milk from their mother's breasts, but how much milk they intake is a more greyish area. While some babies latch on to that nipple and make big slurps in very little time, other babies are very reluctant and slow at sucking, so the process may take longer.
Proper breast feeding position is necessary for the baby to be able to latch on properly during nursing. Nursing mothers are recommended to watch this video to learn three efficient breastfeeding positions.
Sometimes, it is necessary for nursing mothers to express or pump breast milk. Watch this video for tips on how to pump, store and re-heat breast milk.
During pregnancy, your belly usually isn't the only part of your body that grows. Learn why feet, ankles, and legs swell during pregnancy, and learn ways to reduce and alleviate this swelling.
If you have discomfort in the lower back and buttocks, then the pigeon pose is for you! Learn how to release that tension by folding into a comforting pigeon pose.
Myrtle Hodge offers advice on how to know if your baby is getting enough breast milk at each feeding.
Oded Preis MD FAAP Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SUNY Downstate Brooklyn Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory. In this DrMDK video, he discusses what bonding is and how to bond in birthing centers.
820,000 teenagers become pregnant each year in America alone. If you’re one of them, you’ll need to figure out how to tell your parents. Watch this video to learn a few pointers on letting your parents know the truth.
How many women have heard "You can't do that here!" when trying to nurse in a public place? Parents TV's Anne Ebeling explores the issue of public breastfeeding from etiquette to laws that protect nursing mothers.
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Looking to find out the sex of your baby? Find out the clinical methods to do so and some just-for-fun old wives tales you can try at home to find out if you're having a girl or boy!
Learn all about the recent Hollywood pregnancy trend of belly casting. The Pregnancy Show gives you an exclusive look at how to make your own belly cast.
Pregnancy massage may reduce stress, decrease swelling in arms and legs, and relieve aches and pains in muscles and joints. Pregnancy massage is becoming increasingly popular with mothers-to-be. You might have heard of it before, but may not know what it involves or who to go to. So if you're a mother-to-be or know one, certified pregnancy massage therapist Sue Hare is going to show us what pregnancy massage is really like. Remember pregnancy massage and differs from regular massage, watch th...
Liz Rodriguez demonstrates that to keep yourself fit when you are pregnant, you should do the following: squats, stretching lunge, and cat curls. These pre-natal workouts require a bench, footwear, and a mat. In addition to keeping you, these exercises can keep your baby healthy. Keep yourself fit when you are pregnant.
In these videos, you will learn some techniques for staying fit during the course of your pregnancy. You will see demonstrations of several exercises that you can perform from the first through the third trimester. You will learn how normal exercises such as the pushup, the squat and the crunch, can be adapted to fit the different stages of your pregnancy. In order to adapt normal callisthenic exercises to different stages of your pregnancy, our expert will show you different variations on tr...
Learning the basics about your body during pregnancy can help you better understand the physical changes you'll experience over the next few months. Know about your body changes during pregnancy.