Baby emergency: think before you act
It's awful to think that your own child may have an accident. But however careful you are, it may still happen.
Everyday life with baby: how to get used to it
During the first weeks and months, your baby certainly keeps you on your toes. And of course you want to do everything right.
Reassuring: support after the birth
Your baby has arrived, but the psychological and physical stresses of the birth continue to affect you. It's a good thing that you're not alone.
Giving birth abroad – who covers the costs?
If you decide that you want to give birth to your baby abroad, you are responsible for the costs. Emergency situations are different.
Where should the baby be born?
Choose the place that suits you to have your baby. Depending on the situation, a hospital birth is preferable to the alternatives.
Premature birth: a relatively small risk
In Switzerland, about 5 to 10% of babies are born too early. Most of them have a good chance of survival.
Careful delivery management during the birth
As the due date approaches, the question of who is to be present at the birth arises. Who can effectively support the expectant mother?
Nicotine and alcohol: pregnancy risks
Addictive substances such as nicotine and alcohol can greatly endanger the pregnancy and the embryo. It's best to stop using them.
The birth is approaching – not long now
Careful preparation for the birth creates peace of mind. An expectant mother should be as relaxed as possible as she looks forward to the big event.