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]
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10 octobre 2013

Water Birth

  "People never sing...except in the bathroom. Birthing women also make their natural sounds next to running bath water. There is something about the power of water. People are drawn to water, spas, and sacred streams. Women in labor are drawn to water, too."- Michel Odent, MD. Birthing in water is every womens right. With the right tools, research, and prenatal care all women can accomplish this. My wish and goal is to help provide one of these tools for your family to help create your sacred space on your Birth Day.   ... [Lire la suite]
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12 septembre 2013

Home Birth

Home Birth     Could home birth be for me? Home birth can be an option for you if: You are having a healthy, low-risk pregnancy            You want to avoid an episiotomy, cesarean section,   epidural and other similar interventions You want to share the experience with family and   friends You want to be free to move around, change  positions, take a shower, and eat or drink freely during labor You want to enjoy the comforts of your... [Lire la suite]
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09 septembre 2013

Lotus Birth

Lotus Birth       Each day, in hospitals across the country, proud family members cut the umbilical cords of their brand-new babies. It's a rite of passage marking the arrival of a fully autonomous human being. But some families choose to skip the cord cutting. In fact, they leave the umbilical cord and placenta attached to the baby until it dries out and falls off by itself — a process that can take many days.   This practice is called Lotus Birth, or umbilical non-severance. The New York Post recently... [Lire la suite]
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