Saved by the breast milk bank: Sports presenter Amanda Davies believes it was a lifeline for her daughter Molly By Martyn Halle PUBLISHED: 21:14 GMT, 7 April 2012 | UPDATED: 21:14 GMT, 7 April 2012 Amanda and Molly enjoying a day out last week TV sports presenter Amanda Davies had enjoyed an uncomplicated pregnancy – but it became a slowly unfolding nightmare when, alarmingly, two months before her due date her waters broke while she was live on air.
A Texas woman found an unexpected substance growing on an unused tampon: mold.
Doctors suspended in the furore over abortion by gender Two doctors have been suspended after being filmed granting women illegal abortions based on the gender of their baby.
My embarrassing bladder was fixed by a “fishing line” implant No laughing matter: Isabel suffered stress incontinence for ten years A 25-minute operation likened by surgeons to ‘tightening a leaky pipe’ could end the misery of women suffering an embarrassing yet common condition. Stress incontinence – involuntary leaking from the bladder when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising – is thought to affect a third of women who have had children.