16 Things You Learn About Yourself After Becoming a Mum

When you become a mum, everything changes whilst some of these changes can be big others can be very small for example when you become a mum you realise how much your own parents did for you and everything they went through. Becoming a mother is truly a blessing and your life changes in ways you’d never imagine. You discover … Read More

How To Know If Your Baby Is Teething?

Is your baby teething? Window to the Womb

We have all experienced tooth ache at least once or some may have experienced it more than once and we can all agree that the pain is excruciating. But as adults if we do have tooth ache we can visit the dentist or take a tablet to ease the pain. But for a baby its different, they will experience teething … Read More

Dave Taylor From Heart Radio Visits Window to the Womb

Heart Radio Window to the Womb

Our Norwich Clinic was one of our first to open in 2014 and Dave and his team have introduced almost 5000 expectant parents to their babies since. Last week was no exception, and our Norwich clinic had the amazing pleasure of welcoming Dave Taylor from Heart Radio with his partner in for a scan! Not only did they give us … Read More

Preparing For Pregnancy – Early Stages

Preparing For Pregnancy Window to the Womb

So, you’ve calmed down now after you’ve raided the pregnancy section at Waterstone’s, googled literally everything pregnancy related and come to terms with the little human growing inside you…so what’s next? The most important, vital thing you need to do is start thinking about you and your baby’s health. Normally, you will see your GP or healthcare professional around once … Read More

Sleep Deprivation During Pregnancy; Tips to Conquer it

Sleep Deprivation In Pregnancy Window to the Womb

Doing these simple things can really help ease the problems that steal your sleep. You should always remember to mention any sleep issues you have to your midwife and GP as they may be able to suggest more medicinal solutions or safe medications. Avoid caffeine in anything. If it’s in things like chocolate, don’t eat after midday. Like caffeine, try … Read More

10 Ways to Ease Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness Window to the Womb

When you ask someone who is pregnant, what is the worst part about pregnancy the answer is usually ‘the morning sickness’. Some women are blessed and don’t suffer from morning sickness or if they do it’s only for a short period of time. But some aren’t as lucky and suffer from morning sickness for a while and this may be … Read More

35 Short, Sweet Yet Brilliant Reasons to Have a Baby.

reasons to have a baby window to the womb

Start in the box position on all fours with knees under hips and hands under shoulders. Pull in your stomach muscles and raise your back towards the ceiling, curling you back andallow your head to relax. Holding for a few seconds and return back to the box position. Do this slow and rhythmically and ensure you only move as far … Read More

Is There Such a Thing as a Pregnancy Glow?

Window to the Womb Pregnancy Glow

If you have been pregnant before you will probably know what the pregnancy glow is. You may have received compliments on how you are glowing, or your face is looking smoother and many other compliments on your skin, which you may not have received before pregnancy. If you are expecting your first child, you will have probably heard the term … Read More

The Silly Things Mums Worry About But Baby Doesn’t

New Mum Worries Window to the Womb

Becoming a mum, it automatically brings stress and worry, which is not necessarily needed and often you put pressure on yourself about things which aren’t going to affect you or your baby. When you sit and think about the things you are worrying about you will realise that they aren’t major problems and if it is, over time they can … Read More

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) in Pregnancy

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)

What is SPD? SPD is a problem with your pelvis. The ‘symphysis’ is where your pelvic bones, held together by ligaments, join at the front of your pelvis. There are other ‘fixed’ joints at each side of the bottom of the spine (sacroiliac), forming he heart-shaped pelvic bones.You’ll also hear some medical professionals refer to it as ‘pregnancy-related pelvic girdle … Read More