Take the test see what you know. Your first birth plan print out is just for you. Then you can decide what you need to brush up on and what you are already comfortable with. Don’t forget to utilize the hipbirth method resources to fill in the blanks.
We suggest that early on in your pregnancy you bring a copy to your doctor, together you can work on compromises and solutions. You do not want to be surprised on the day you give birth that you and your doctor do not agree. This creates conflict and good old-fashioned negativity, which on the happiest day of your life, is completely unnecessary and avoidable. This can happen weather you are planning a natural or medicated birth.
Step Three…Kick off
Make several copies for your blessed event that are specific and appropriate for your medical team to hand out on the big day. We are cheering for you from the sidelines! Have an amazing birth experience!
Stages of Labor
- 8 Signs That Labor is Near
- Vaginal Exams In Late Pregnancy
- When You Pass Your Due Date
- Are Vaginal Exams in Pregnancy Necessary?
- Questioning the Value of Vaginal Exams in Late Pregnancy
- The Myth of A Vaginal Exam
Vaginal Exams During Labor
Third Stage Labour
After Baby is Born
- Newborn Screening
- Newborns:Why is the PKU Test Done Twice?
- Newborn Screening for Classic Phenylketonuria