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Most women give birth on their back but this is not the most optimal position as it is going against gravity and babies are more likely to go into distress. There are many other positions that will make labour easier but the best position is what is most comfortable to…
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This is a trailer for "Laboring Under An Illusion: Mass Media Childbirth vs. The Real Thing,". It is a documentary by childbirth anthropologist, Vicki Elson, who explors the media-generated myths about childbirth. It is a very entertaining and engaging video about our cultural affects on childbirth. To get a copy…
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Induction is becoming a common way for many babies to be born. However, there are many risks that come with inducing a pregnancy as it puts your body into labour before it is ready and this can have a ripple effect far after you are induced. When being induced, there…
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I love what the doulas in this video say..."The best birthing position is the one that is most comfortable for the mom". The doulas also say that giving birth on your back is like being hung by your ankles from the roof. They do suggest some good alternatives you can…
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This video explains the difference between Braxton-Hicks contractions and the real thing from the opinion of 60 Sec Doulas. It is important to know the difference and how to cope with each one so you are prepared for you little one.
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What is Oxytocin? a hormone released by the pituitary gland highest doses of oxytocin released during labour, levels rises as baby makes it’s way through the birth canal oxytocin peaks with the expulsion of the placenta after the baby is born How is Oxytocin released? with feeling calm, loving and…
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Here at The Birthing Site we love to have a good laugh. Laughter is not only good for the soul, but can work as a natural pain reliever. Take a moment to watch the hilarious Ellen DeGeneres and plan fun things you can do to pass the time when you…
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Around the end of their pregnancy, women may start to worry over uterine contractions. This video tells you the key differences between real and false labour, otherwise known as Braxton Hicks contractions. Don't fret ladies, most women say they just know when they are in labour (it's instinctual).
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