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water birthing is option to deliver your baby

Have You Heard About Water Birthing?

Your environment establishes the tone for your birth experience. From home to hospital, each birth environment has challenges and advantages worth exploring.

Today, most women in America give birth in hospitals. However, this isn’t the only option available: ladies also provide delivery in free birth centers, hospital birth facilities, or in their own homes.

Be aware that some physicians use the term “birth center” to refer to their normal labor & delivery floor. The American Association of Birth Centers describes a birth center as a home-like environment where health experts, normally midwives, offer family-centered treatment and care to healthy pregnant … Read More

baby delivered by stork

Birth Center – New Delivery Option For Mama And Baby

We all know the old legend of a stork that comes to deliver the baby. Well, if it only where that easy.  Nowadays many decisions and planning go into delivering a healthy happy baby. Many women love the idea of a home birth and have the baby naturally. Ones home is the ideal situation for those that want a natural, familiar surrounding, comfortable experience, cheaper financially.

The family can bring in a midwife, set up the home as desired, and ensure that their child enters the world precisely where they need to be. In some cases, this could be … Read More

Birth Environment

Top 5 Current Trends in Birth Environments

Most experts recommend vaginal births for women with low-risk pregnancies.  And indeed research shows that vaginal births may have a positive impact on a child’s health and particularly in developing the child’s immune system. In cases of high-risk pregnancies, however, cesarean sections (c-sections) can have life-saving results.

The World Health Organization recommends a c-section rate of between 10% and 15%. According to WHO, there is limited evidence showing that c-section rates above 15% have positive birth outcomes.

Various surveys indicate that cesarean section (c-section) rates in the United States have risen drastically over the years. In 1965 for example, the … Read More