Locked doors at hospital had one mum-to-be fearing she would give birth by a rubbish bin.
Controversial 'crossfit mum' Lea-Ann Ellison has had a healthy baby boy in a natural homebirth.
I really want to focus on the baby. But birth is so damn distracting. It's just looming there, at the end of pregnancy, like this massive Mount Doom.
Not only did this mum not know she was pregnant, but her partner slept through her giving birth on the bathroom floor.
Emily, the swearing robot, gives birth to a toy baby as a training aid in maternity wards.
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By today's standard's, I'm crap at giving birth. Firstly, I was induced. Secondly, I had an epidural and, thirdly, I had an emergency C-section.
A growing number of women are opting to deliver their babies alone at home, free from any intervention or assistance.
Beyonce Knowles 'spoke' to her daughter during labour to ease the pain.
The trend for new fathers and partners to buy 'push presents' means it's not just babies being given to new mothers in delivery rooms.
Emma Partleton got into her bathtub at home to ease what she thought were early labour pains. Then her baby's head appeared.
A newborn has had a dramatic introduction to the world, surviving a car crash after her dad drove into a ditch while her mum gave birth.
Worrying about childbirth is natural, but some woman develop an all-consuming anxiety. This morbid fear of childbirth is known as as tokophobia.
Kate Middleton reportedly delivered her son completely naturally, with no painkillers.
New mother might just be the only person in Wellington who was oblivious to Sunday's quake.
After her partner popped out to watch the State of Origin decider, Lynda Sika's contractions started, 15 minutes later, her baby boy was born at home.
Delaying clamping the umbilical cord for a few minutes after birth might have benefits for both the baby and mother.
The royal baby has the whole world waiting with bated breath and the excitement in the UK has reached boiling point, says Kiran Chug.
Induction of labour may not increase the risk of caesarean section, according to research.
A leading British midwife says that orgasmic birth should be more frequent than it actually is.
The Glastonbury music festival has been the site of many a wild time but none so wild, we believe, as the birth of a child.
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