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Childbirth Education Myths 3
To read the whole series, begin with Childbirth Education Myths 1. MYTH #3: “The hospital class will be good enough.” One of the best ways to be prepared for birth is to learn about birth. What happens in the normal, physiologic process? How do interventions (medical or non-medical) affect that process? What is the difference […]
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Childbirth Education Myths 2
To see the first post in the series, click HERE. MYTH #2: “I hired a doula, so I don’t need any kind of childbirth class.” More and more women are hearing about the benefits of having a doula on their birth team, and that is fantastic! As a doula, I would never do anything to […]
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Childbirth Education Myths 1
Over the next several weeks, Team Preparing for Birth will be debunking some common myths surrounding childbirth education classes. Check back every Monday to see the newest post. MYTH #1: “I’m having a homebirth, and my midwife will do all my education.” Home birth families often see childbirth classes as an […]
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