21 avril 2014

The Benefits of Delayed cord clamping

The Benefits of Delayed Cord Clamping Watch this movie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3RywNup2CM Cord Still Attached Photo Credit: Sharon Mollerus Delayed cord clamping, also known as ‘optimal cord clamping’, is becoming more popular due to the many benefits this simple practice can do for your baby. Published studies suggests delaying cord clamping results in healthier blood and iron levels in babies. When your baby is born – premature or full term – only about 2/3rd of his/her blood is in its body with a 1/3rd... [Lire la suite]

04 avril 2014

Failure of progress

      8 Natural & Effective Tips For a ‘Stalled’ Labour If you’re birthing in a hospital and find that your labour reaches a plateau or stalls, unless you’re informed about what a stalled labour means and what you can do to help yourself, it can become a very anxious time. Sooner or later, you will receive (increasing) pressure to accept a medical augmentation to hurry things along, for example, breaking your waters or using Syntocinon, which is the same drug used intravenously (in a drip) to induce labour,... [Lire la suite]