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Resources around the web relating to natural childbirth - vaginal birth without the use of anesthetic or analgesic drugs
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Birthing on Camera LIVE Streamed - Mothering

Birthing on Camera LIVE Streamed - Mothering | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Birthing on Camera LIVE StreamedMotheringWe are excited to announce that we have been given the opportunity to bring awareness about natural childbirth & inspiration to mothers across the world in a huge way!
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A Natural Childbirth Story – Joann Woolley | Birthing Aspirations

A Natural Childbirth Story – Joann Woolley | Birthing Aspirations | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Check out this inspiring birth story! Beautifully told by Joann Woolley, founder of Sign 4 Baby sign language classes! She tells the story of her journey towards natural childbirth and the empowering experience she was able to ...
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Why We Chose The Bradley Method | Hellobee

Going into this pregnancy, I knew that while I wouldn't be “dieting,” the importance of nutrition and regular exercise would make the pregnancy more manageable. Upon reading that the Bradley Method teaches this importance ...
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Natural childbirth

Natural childbirth | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Discover if it's right for you and how to prepare for it.
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Christina Lander's comment, March 3, 2013 8:50 PM
this article talks about how natural birth is the best if you want to stay in control of your body. it talks about many natural birthing advantages. on the other hand it talks about disadvantages which is basically how if yout dont use drugs you will feel the pain of birth. it talks about how to prepare for a natural birth and labor support. it also gives tips on breathing excersises a mother could use and different birthing positions. lastely it talks about the different types of therapy.
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Having a Natural Birth in the Hospital | Modern Alternative Pregnancy

Having a Natural Birth in the Hospital | Modern Alternative Pregnancy | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
When I was expecting my first baby, I had little to no desire to have an all-natural childbirth experience. I knew from the get-go that I was very interested in an epidural and would trust the experts once I got to the hospital.
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Christina Lander's comment, March 3, 2013 8:32 PM
this explains how a women went into her first birth knowing that she wanted to have the hospital experience. after she had her first child she wanted an all natural birth with no interventions. after it explains that it goes into suggestions and advice for professionals and mothers. These include anything from knowing all of your information to just being open minded.
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Woman's labor shows positives of home birth - Poughkeepsie Journal

Woman's labor shows positives of home birth - Poughkeepsie Journal | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Woman's labor shows positives of home birthPoughkeepsie JournalThe subsequent attempt for a natural labor, we covered soon after, had me asking why. Why would a woman choose to labor without medication?
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Poll Results: Why Choose Natural Childbirth? - Mothering

Poll Results: Why Choose Natural Childbirth? - Mothering | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Poll Results: Why Choose Natural Childbirth?MotheringI had natural childbirth with another birth and was impressed with the experience. 8% (135).
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Christina Lander's comment, March 3, 2013 8:36 PM
this is just poll results from anything from medical risks to the whole laubor process. it talks about the epidural and the worries about babies not being as alert afterwards. it also talks about women having their own urge to push nd not being pressured and rushing into something they are not ready to do.
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C-Sections = Viral Infections for Babies - To Your Health (blog)

C-Sections = Viral Infections for BabiesTo Your Health (blog)Motherhood is a serious responsibility. The decisions made by mothers before, during and after pregnancy have a major impact on their baby's health.
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Christina Lander's comment, March 3, 2013 8:44 PM
This article informs me that thier opinion is that natural birthing does have many benefits on the baby as well as the mother. after it talks about that it states reasearchers found, “elective caesareans or delivery without labour may result in impaired immunity in the newborn leading to increased risk of early viral lower respiratory infections.” and how after that the infection may continue throughout the next two years of the babies lifetime.
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Natural Birth Vs. Hospital Birth Stories: Can We All Just Get Along?

Natural Birth Vs. Hospital Birth Stories: Can We All Just Get Along? | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
In the months leading up to son's birth, I became a self-proclaimed natural birth advocate. I tried to impart my knowledge on any pregnant woman who would listen. I believed that women everywhere were being duped into not ...
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Christina Lander's comment, March 3, 2013 8:41 PM
this article is just about an individual women pushing her opinion for a natural birth. she believes if a women isnt willing to go through a little pain for the baby then she is selfish. She talks about epidurals, delayed cord cutting and the side effects of some drugs tha would harm the baby. however she did take birthing classes just in case she did end up in the hospital of something would have went wrong.
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Midwife training promotes mother-child attachments

Midwife training promotes mother-child attachments | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
Women who have given birth by Caesarean section may find it difficult to relate to their newborns. Special training can give midwives the tools they need to help these mothers. (Did you have a c-section?
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Christina Lander's comment, February 22, 2013 7:52 AM
This article explains how mothers who have a cesarean ( C- section) have a much harder time forming a bond with their baby. This surgery takes a long time to heal which prevents the mother from moving around and picking the baby up which affects the relationship between the two. Having the support of a midwife helps the mother in the long run. When using a midwife the mother can have a better relationship with he newborn three days after birth than having a cesarean. At three to nine months mothers with midwives have more confidence with their babies.
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Going Granola: Bradley Method instructor training

Okay, I know people have been wanting to hear about my Bradley training in DC. It was an incredible experience. I met so many wonderful people (and their adorable babies!). It was super-intensive, of course.
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A Spiritual Midwife | Spiritual Birth

A Spiritual Midwife | Spiritual Birth | THBBN - Natural Childbirth | Scoop.it
A spiritual midwife operates from a place of deep respect, immense reverence and great compassion and refrains from disturbing the biological process of birth.
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Christina Lander's comment, February 25, 2013 8:16 AM
This woman got pregnant and the father neglected her because she wasn't white. However this woman still proceeded to have a successful water birth. It also talks about the different ways of a midwife. When they're scared how they need to over come it. How they also can bond with the baby. Basically how the midwife knows and accepts all the responsibly they're about to take on