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    pregnancy faqs

    Early pregnancy is an exciting time but also quite a tricky one – your body is changing daily. If you’re a first-time mum-to-be, you probably have lots of questions. This is perfectly natural, and most of your early pregnancy questions have straightforward answers.

    birth faqs

    You'll be hard pressed to find someone who says labour is a piece of cake. It’s probably one of the biggest things you’ve ever done, but finally seeing your little one at the end makes it all worth it. We’ve put together a handy list of birth FAQs so you know what to expect going into ‘B’ day

    breastfeeding faqs

    Breastfeeding helps you give your baby the best possible start in life. It may take a little bit of practice to get it right, but once you do, you will find it one of the most rewarding things about being a new mother.

    baby health faqs

    It's always advisable to see a GP or health visitor if you're worried about your new baby. Chances are, you'll find reassurance. But here Dr Jo Nixon - a GP in a busy London practice – answers some of the most frequently asked baby questions she hears.

    twins faqs

    Finding out that you're expecting twins is a wonderful (and maybe a bit shocking) surprise. You were expecting to welcome one baby, and now two are coming along at once. You're bound to have a few questions about what being the mama of twins is going to be like, and we're here to answer them: from birth to beyond.

    weaning faqs

    Moving from milk to solids is pretty exciting for baby and you too. There are lots of tasty new flavours and interesting textures to discover, and feeding time involves a lot more fun and games than a simple breast or bottle. Babies eat differently from adults (you can’t start them off with a full roast dinner), so it’s perfectly natural to have a few questions.