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Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3
Iodine
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Vitamin D3

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All about childbirth

From around the 6th month, it is time to start considering the issue of the birth:
Where would we like to bring our child into the world?
How can we best prepare for the birth? Will we allow ourselves a personal, independent midwife?

Here you can read up on some fundamental aspects:


Take some time in advance of the birth to consider what is ahead of you. Naturally, this is all theoretical, as every birth is different and also unpredictable. ...


Most parents opt for a hospital as the place of birth for their baby. Medical care before, during and after birth provides them with a justified feeling of security. ...


Birth centres are managed by midwives who place value on caring for women and couples during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. ...


If you decide to have your baby at home, you need to be completely healthy at the time of the birth and your baby needs to have shown signs of normal development up to that point. ...


More and more children are being born by caesarian section. In the UK, around 25 % of women give birth this way. Why is that? ...