We're continuing our ongoing series on the different types of childbirth preparation methods. In this episode, we'll explore the Lamaze technique and it helps expectant mothers to prepare psychologically and physically to give birth without the use of drugs.
- What Should I Expect with a Waterbirth?
- Does Insurance Cover Midwives?
- What is the Difference Between a Midwife and Doula?
- Is Homebirth Right For Me?
- Unmedicated Childbirth: Should I Be In the Hospital or At Home?
- Unmedicated Childbirth: What Are My Pain Relief Options During Labor?
- Unmedicated Childbirth: Can I Eat or Drink During an Unmedicated Birth?
- Unmedicated Childbirth: Will My Medical Provider Understand?
Planning on a waterbirth? Well, how do you prepare and what should you expect? Consider this your crash course on exactly what waterbirth is so you can determine if it's the right option for you and your family.
You’d like to have a midwife as part of your birth plan. But how feasible is that... especially if you’re counting on your insurance to cover some of the cost? How much do these services typically cost and what should you expect when handling payment?
So, you’re thinking a bit outside the box with your birth… and you’re researching midwives and doulas. What exactly is the difference?
The ability to experience childbirth with ease, control and effectiveness- that's what the Alexander Technique is all about. Learn more about this method which not only helps during labor and delivery, but is used by professionals all over the world.
You’re thinking about giving birth at home. Well, how do you know if that’s the best decision for you and your family?
We're kicking off our ongoing series focusing on the different methods you can use to stay strong and in control during your labor and delivery. In this episode, we'll explore the philosophies and guiding principles to Birthing From Within.
If you’re thinking about having an unmedicated birth… you may have a lot of questions about what is actually needed in order to give birth. Like where should you birth your baby?
So, you’re going for an unmedicated birth… but what happens if you need some pain relief before your baby is born? What options do you have if you still want to have a natural childbirth experience?
When trying for an unmedicated birth… can you eat and drink if you get hungry or thirty? That’s the big question… because it takes a lot of energy to push a baby out of your body and you’re going to need all the help you can get.