'Alarming' new study shows rising number of women induced for no medical reason: 'I am still damaged'
Marion George is still suffering the effects of an induction four years ago that she believes was 'unnecessary'.
"I was shocked when I was birthing her head; it seemed to never end."
"It was very magical and deeply empowering."
The results from Australia's largest study into why women choose to homebirth are in.
The US actress says she wants to be surrounded by "strong female energy".
Beyonc¨¦ calls it a 'FUPA.'
Some users thought it was fine while others branded it 'trashy'.
This effective and hilarious mum hack has everyone saying, "Why didn't I think of that?"
When Brisbane mum, Allira Thompson, was pregnant with her third child she knew she wanted to do things differently.
"Here I am in the front seat, arched back, feet up on the dashboard feeling like someone is killing me."
'It was so amazing, a unicorn birth. And because he's our last baby, it was such a sweet way to end our baby journey. It was an epic birth'.
'I did not like my children when this photo was taken'.
"It's often 2am when things feel at their worst and most dire."
It's the postnatal condition that can have devastating consequences if let untreated - and many women don't even know it exists.
Social media might help identify fathers at risk of PND, according to a new study.
Up to 20 per cent of Australian women experience anxiety or depression during pregnancy or during the first year after their baby is born.
'Things were far from fine. I couldn¡¯t sleep. If I did drop off, I¡¯d wake up shouting ¡°where is she?¡±'