Hormones are powerful. In pregnancy, your body's hormones are responsible for growing and sustaining your baby's life (yay!), as well as the less fun symptoms and side effects like nausea, dizziness, reflux, and skin issues (boo!).
Was 2018 the year you learned you were pregnant? Was it the year you gave birth? Maybe it was the year you started trying to get pregnant, or the year you marked a breastfeeding milestone of 3 months, 6 months, or even a year! No matter how you found Giving Birth With Confidence, we're glad you stop
In many ways, Google has been life changing -- it has changed how we find and retrieve information, how we acquire knowledge, and how we answer and solve questions and problems, from the smallest to the most profound. When it comes to pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and breastfeeding, some might say
If you're on an endless search for the perfect gift for the pregnant or new parents on your holiday gift list, we're here to help. You can't box "more sleep," but you can give a gift that truly helps and heals.
Whether you've had a baby 6 weeks ago or 6 years ago, being pregnant and giving birth (no matter if it's vaginal or c-section) causes changes in your body. Some of these changes can go undiagnosed and untreated even though they cause pain or negatively affect your quality of life. I'm not talking