December 13, 2017 December 13, 2017

Birth

Painless Childbirth is Possible Do you want to know how you can have a Painless Childbirth? visit our site at http://joyinbirthing.com Research has shown that every year up to 45,000 women in United States experience a painless childbirth, and that is just research.

Understanding Cord Blood This video provides a better understanding of the importance of cord blood.

Take Action: Signs of Preterm Labor Preterm labor is labor that occurs before your 37th week. About 12 percent of births in the U.S. are preterm.

Birth Centers – An Excellent Blend of Home and Hospital Birth

Newborn As you know, I am pretty outspoken about my concerns regarding homebirth. There is, however, an excellent  blend of the comforts of homebirth with the safety of a hospital - a birth center. Although, the choice to have a more natural, nurse-midwife attended birth is frequently available in a...

Right in the Bag: Important Items to Remember Before Going to the Hospital

You have spent the past few months preparing for your new arrival.  You have logged countless hours at the baby stores, read all the blogs on baby proofing and (frantically) prepared for the bundle of joy that is due any time now. You may think (or hope) that you have...

10 Best Natural Birthing Blogs

For any woman interested, curious about, or already planning to experience unmedicated birth, it can be hard to find useful and/or inspiring information about natural options. Turn on the TV any weekday morning and for several hours there will be show after show about births gone wrong. If there are...

Delivery Room

Colic Small By Samantha Brown, DivineCaroline Well, let me tell you, the horror you have going into labor and delivery is your own fear. Everyone is scared regardless how many you have. Well, here’s what happened to me—now this does not mean this will happen to you, but maybe my story can...

What Every Pregnant Mom Needs to Know About Shoulder Dystocia

By Dr. Linda Burke Galloway, DivineCaroline   Although most pregnant women anticipate a normal, uncomplicated delivery, there are exceptions to the rules. A shoulder dystocia is one of the more frequent complications in the delivery room, and, unfortunately, there is no surefire way to predict it. A shoulder dystocia means...