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Part of the 10% It was a Thursday afternoon July 27th, 2017. I was just settling down into the 2nd phase of the Miles Circuit. All of a sudden my water broke at 3:05pm. I guess I'm now part of the 10% of women whose bag of waters breaks before labor begins! I was 38...read more
This is such a fun birth story to read. I know! People don't think of birth as fun. but it really can be an amazing adventure and incredibly empowering. If you're having another baby (2nd, 3rd, +), make sure you're well prepared for Emergency Childbirth. Sometimes...read more
Why don’t more people know about a TENS unit for labor and birth? If you want a healthy birth for baby and mother, you have a few choices. One of the choices to help achieve a natural un-medicated birth is a TENS unit. TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve...read more
New Baby In The House? If you’re a new parent, like I was 25 years ago, you may be stressing over a lot of things. The biggest thing for me with a newborn was desperately trying to figure out what she needed when she was apparently unhappy. I was so relieved when my...read more
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Pregnant? Now What? Do you know the right questions to ask to make sure you and your baby get the best care and the safest birth? How do you know what kind of birth you want? Take the quiz to see how much you know or how much you need to learn. Hurry up! You've only...read more
This quiz is from: Author:Gap Medics The world’s leading provider of hospital work experience placements for school and university...read more
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a depressive disorder linked to pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. This condition is considered a biopsychosocial phenomenon that means it’s a combination of biological, psychological and social factors.
Watch the Rebecca Dekker's video below, on medical evidence on inducing labor using breast stimulation. www.evidencebasedbirth.com Breast stimulation done one breast at a time (for an extended period of time with intermittent breaks) with a breast pump stimulates the...read more