Getting ready for the big day can be a bit overwhelming. In this video there is a great list of items you may want and need for your special day. From packing the bag to learning how to hold your newborn baby; to the suggestion of a birthing ball that can ease your labor pains! Let’s get ready!
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Learn more about what will happen to your body, baby, and emotions while experiencing childbirth.
In this workshop you will get tips about preparing your body, birth plans; learn about stages of labor, and about gaining support from your partner.
This versatile video workshop offers insight on the mind and body connection of preparing for labor, and going through childbirth with knowledge and confidence.
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An exciting phase of pre-labor is the relief a majority of expectant moms feel when the baby “drops”.
How do I know when the labor pains are real?
This is a common question all first time moms ask and believe it or not, so do even experienced moms.
In this video Dr. Eddleman explains how to tell whether your labor pains are false (Braxton Hicks) or real.
Dr. Eddleman also touches upon the topic of Epidurals.
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Preparing for your birth-day is full of excitement and sometimes, anxiety.
If you are a first time mom, you are probably full of questions in regards to the specific “What If?” scenarios.
One topic most seem to be concerned about is natural tears that may occur during labor and pushing.
This can be a painful aftermath of a beautiful experience, however, the prevention of perineal tears is possible, starting with good nutrition.
Learn about perineal massage and how it may help prevent this type of childbirth tear.
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There are many methods of pain relief and pain management for labor and delivery.
A method that has been used for centuries is deep breathing.
In this video, expert Lauren Ryan guides you through step-by-step
of how to effectively use breathing to manage your pain level during labor.
She also includes handy tips on ways to stay focused on breathing during the toughest moments.
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