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Birth Articles

This birth articles section of our website aims to offer you food for thought on a broad range of issues related to birth. You may be deciding who will be present at your baby’s birth. Perhaps you are exploring the concept of natural birth. Or maybe you are wondering just how you will know when it is time to go to the hospital. Whatever questions you have; this section is for you.

We also offer the thoughts of experts on the value and place of natural birth. We look at the ways in which invention interferes with the delicate balance between mother and baby. As well as this you can find out what you can do to help ensure your rights and opinions are respected. No matter whether this is your first or fifth pregnancy (or more) you are sure to find articles here that meet your interest. Enjoy!

Navigating COVID-19 and pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding care

The new coronavirus worries us all. But if you face both COVID-19 and pregnancy, you might have more worries than others. Researchers are learning about coronavirus and pregnancy and how the pandemic affects new mothers. COVID-19 and pregnancy - effects on women and new babies First, let's go over the key info on coronavirus and pregnancy. Many of the annoying colds you get are common coronaviruses. However, some members of the coronavirus family cause severe breathing problems. This includes

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Acupuncture Induction for Post Date Babies

Acupuncture Induction for Post Date is enjoying increasing popularity as women with uncomplicated pregnancies seek to avoid conventional medical induction, the imposition of medical timeframes, and the cascade of interventions that often follow. Acupuncture induction is safe and effective and works harmoniously with the delicate hormonal balance of pregnancy to promote labour. TCM practitioners will never perform an internal, vaginal examination under any circumstance. The primary method of collecting TCM diagnostic information is through asking clinical questions, palpating the radial