Home birth is a safe option for healthy low risk mothers, with good outcomes and higher satisfaction ratings that hospital birth.
Dr Grantly Dick-Read, author of Childbirth Without Fear quotes Dr Arthur Janov in chapter 5: “There is a good deal to be learnt in the study of tears, for they have roughly the same ingredients of the blood system without its red cells. We are engaged in a study of the biochemistry of tears of …
An overdue pregnancy and unassisted birth ended in success!
Some women are able to give birth while asleep. There are 8 factors that can assist towards this end.
Home birth is the opportunity to discover a relationship with the forces of nature both within and around us.
In the current coronavirus situation many women want to stay at home in labour for as long as possible, or are changing their plans to give birth at home. Is this you? Are your worrying what happens if you leave it too late and baby is born at home. Or what about if there isn’t a midwife to come out, or she arrives too late? What do you need to get ready? What do you need to know? What does your partner need to know? Is this you?
In the current coronavirus global epidemic it is even more important to be confident and capable in supporting women in labour while being hands off, to protect her and to protect you.