What’s the Difference Between Immunisation and Vaccination? Most of us switch between using the words vaccination and immunisation, although they don’t mean exactly the same thing. Vaccinationmeans actually having a vaccine. This can be an injection (needle) or taken in via the mouth.
One of the joys of pregnancy is to feel our baby’s movements, though it can seem like a long wait until those first little flutters make themselves clear. Your baby is unique and will have their own way of moving around.
It’s normal for expectant parents to focus keenly on their baby’s due date, though it’s estimated only around 5% of women give birth on the date they are due. When that day comes and goes, or a pregnant mother feels she cannot go another day being pregnant, she can be forgiven for wondering what she can do to safely bring on her labour at home.
Expecting twins or more can be a very different experience than a ‘normal’ pregnancy when carrying one baby. Apart from the obvious, like increased size and movements, there’s also more stress on the mother’s body and greater likelihood of her developing pregnancy complications.