Valentines Date Ideas For Every Type of Expecting Couple | Window to the Womb

There’s a lot of pressure around Valentine’s Day to have that perfect romantic evening with the big gestures to match. If you’re an expecting couple,  it can often be tricky deciding what to do – so we’ve compiled together some fabulous Valentines Date ideas for the pregnant couple…  You could even book a couples massage (how relaxing would that be?) … Read More

What Can Baby Hear? Tunes for the Womb | Window to the Womb

When you’re pregnant you want to do all you can for your little one, whether that’s a healthy balanced diet, regular exercise or taking supplements…but can music help baby’s development? At around your 18-week mark baby will hear their first sounds. 24-weeks they will be more sensitive to them and finally around 24-26 weeks baby will clearly respond to sound. … Read More

Diabetes During Pregnancy | Window to the Womb

There is an estimated 4 million people in the UK who have diabetes and if you’re one of them, you may be worried about pregnancy. This article will help you understand risks and take actions to help you have the most magical journey you can! Diabetes is a condition where the amount of sugar (glucose) in your blood is too … Read More

Pregnancy Complications | Window to the Womb

Pregnancy is beautiful, after all, you are bringing a new life into the world and this is amazing. However, within pregnancy, there are challenges and complications all Mums-to-be should be aware of. Many challenges during pregnancy can come in the form of common symptoms, whilst others are much more individual and can become serious. UTI’s are more common in women … Read More

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) in Pregnancy | Window to the Womb

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