• How do I create a birth plan?
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    How do I create a birth plan?

    Items that I would include in a birth plan include who you want in the room for the delivery whether it be you know your significant other, your mother, his mother and make sure you’re all on the same page with that what do you want for pain relief what medications you want the baby to have after delivery. So we fully expect your birth plan to change during labor there’s so many unknowns about labor and delivery whether your body’s gonna respond to it appropriately whether the baby’s gonna respond to it appropriately and there’s no normal birth per se. So we fully intend that everything will not go…

  • Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?
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    Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?

    If I want to push a baby out my vagina. I can. That’s true….True Hi. Welcome to our channel. If you would like to see more videos like subscribe and hit the bell. Today we’re going to be talking about vaginal birth after cesarean. We’ve had some requests from some of our subscribers and so today that’s what we’re doing. Today’s the day. Today’s the day you’ve all been waiting for. You asked for it and you’re going to get it. We want to kind of tackle that a little bit about what that looks like, what the risks are, how you can accomplish that, and who will allow you…

  • What’s the real cost of having a baby?
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    What’s the real cost of having a baby?

    Hundreds of years ago, when farmers needed an extra pair of hands to work the fields, having a child might have been a purely financial decision. But today, unless you’re planning on raising the next Justin Bieber, kids are a big, unpredictable cost–one that can make even a cool and collected financial advisor nervous. That’s right, Julia and I will soon be embarking on what will probably be the most rewarding–but expensive–adventure of our lives. There are so many factors and variables to having a child, it’s really difficult to make even a ballpark guess of what the total cost will be… especially since, these days, some parents will never…

  • 4 Tips For Avoiding Interventions & Interruptions During Labor
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    4 Tips For Avoiding Interventions & Interruptions During Labor

    If you’re interested in having a natural childbirth today, we’re going to be covering interventions and interruptions to help you succeed and getting that natural delivery Thanks for joining us today. I’m Sherry Hopkins. I’m a home birth midwife in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m joined by Cora. She is my daughter and she is also a home birth midwife at Well Rounded Momma as well as one of our massage therapists and placenta encapselators All the things… We do lots of things. If you find this video helpful like… Subscribe, hit the bell. We get a lot of clients that ask us, how do I have a successful natrual childbirth…

  • Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended
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    Midwife Supervised Childbirth: Birth The Way Your Body Intended

    Giving birth is actually a natural process. It’s not a disease. So there’s really no need to go to hospital to give birth. You can do a homebirth and have a licensed midwife with you in that process. I highly recommend it because when you give birth in a hospital, you’re at the discretion and the timeframe of the doctors who may want to go home, go play golf, go do whatever they want to do. They may speed up things, or whatever, but when you’re doing a homebirth, you’re actually on your time schedule. You get to decide, or your body gets to decide, how and when the baby…

  • Atlanta Maternity Center Childbirth Experience: Amy Stanton’s Story
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    Atlanta Maternity Center Childbirth Experience: Amy Stanton’s Story

    >>My name is Amy Stanton and I have three boys and I’m a nurse at Egleston. As a pediatric nurse, I’m very choosy, and delivering my child was a very big decision, and we felt very confident and comfortable with DeKalb Medical, and they really pulled through. I had heard that they were really good with natural birth. My first two children were actually delivered by Dr. Pancer and when he walked in the room I felt very comfortable because he’s just really easygoing and very calm in the delivery room and that’s exactly what I needed with a natural birth. I felt like the nursing staff really went above…