hese are things that no one shared with me in the birthing classes or from my friends who had C-Sections. So I'm sharing them with you in the hopes that you can have a more comfortable surgery and recovery.
Learn how to know the signs of labour and how to prepare for the coming childbirth of your baby.
Rooming-in in hospitals and birth centres can be a great start for you and your baby. Here you will find useful information about rooimng in, what is good and what could be bad if you decided to have it.
Simple birth plans are made better by watching childbirth movies. You can learn about birth complication and improve birth plans by watching a childbirth DVD. Watching childbirth live is the best education, but not always practical, which is why childbirth video is so valuable.
The natural ways to induce labor are safe, effective alternatives to invasive medical inductions but should only be used for valid reasons. But before you use any natural labor induction variation listed below, you must consult your doctor or homeopath.
Top 10 thing they don't tell you about childbirth.
As pregnancy nears its conclusion there are a lot of questions that flash through one's mind. You are not alone, but reading this page will help you have an idea of what it will be like when your water breaks.
Photo by The Picture People. I was 36 weeks along with Gavin. When I was pregnant with my daughter in 2001, I did an enormous amount of research on what kind of birth I wanted. It was then that I stumbled upon the Waterbirth International website...
Diagnosing and living with the pain of separated pubic symphysis. How it happens and how to cope.
I invite you to read my home birth stories and to participate in a discussion about the benefits of home birth.