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By Jennifer L. West Deborah S. Romaine | Comments: ( 452 ) | Date: ( Jul 18, 2019 )

Thoughtful planning so mom and her supporters are ready when the baby is A midwife helps expecting mothers decide how natural they want their labor to be, what birthing methods are available, and the type of professional they want present It helps women weigh factors, prepare mentally, make important decisions, and plan ahead for successful delivery and beyond Only bThoughtful planning so mom and her supporters are ready when the baby is A midwife helps expecting mothers decide how natural they want their labor to be, what birthing methods are available, and the type of professional they want present It helps women weigh factors, prepare mentally, make important decisions, and plan ahead for successful delivery and beyond Only book covering the spectrum of natural birthing methods, and has a medical authority s vetting Expert author is a certified professional midwife and certified hypno birthing childbirth educator Covers all aspects of natural birthing, from planning before women become pregnant through breastfeeding


  • Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Natural Childbirth
  • Author: Jennifer L. West Deborah S. Romaine
  • ISBN: 9781592579372
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Complete Idiot's Guide to Natural Childbirth

  • Rachael Marsceau

    As a first-time mommy-in-waiting and a newcomer to the world of natural birth, this book seemed like the ideal choice. It is written by a seasoned, qualified, certified practicing midwife (CPM). The book is broken into 6 sections, covering everything from the very beginning of your pregnancy to postpartum. At the end of each chapter, there are a few bullet points highlighting "the least you need to know." I found this helpful if I were to just skim a chapter of two to get the basics. If you real [...]


  • Megan

    I wanted to review techniques for laboring naturally, whether or not I actually was going to deliver naturally. I was avoiding this book at first because it just seems so cliche, and maybe a little offensive (I'm not an idiot). But as I was pulling books off the library shelf I just grabbed this one anyway. I really liked how it was organized and fairly to the point. Lots of pregnancy/delivery books are kind of cheesy. This one was fairly limited on the cheese; it set forth a lot of important in [...]


  • Chelsea

    I also REALLY liked the idiot's guide to natural childbirth. She presents all sides to the issues and is just very uplifting and positive. Basically, whatever you choose for your birthat's your choice! Just know all sides of the issues and choose with all the information at your fingertips, but ultimately know that it is YOUR choice and if you choose to not use medication, here are some techniques to help you. Also, just the constant reaffirmation that your body is made for this and it is totall [...]


  • Mercedes Vazquez

    I picked this book up at the library because I was merely considering a natural childbirth, much less than halfway through I was convinced that natural childbirth is the route for me. Just finished the book, and I'd already like to re-read it! It's very informative, educational, and empowering. Highly recommended to anyone even thinking of a natural childbirth. The more you learn, the more confident you will feel about your abilities to transcend what has become the norm in modern America get ba [...]


  • Maude Beckman

    Overall a good book. What I liked about the book is how positive it was that a woman can have a natural childbirth. My main dislikes was how much it pushed for the "home birth experience", the negativity towards medical professionals and their claim that child birth can be "Painless" I am now expecting Number 5 and have never gone natural but I am this time around. If there is one thing I know is that childbirth DOES hurt. I just wanted help for coping strategies. The book offers good insights a [...]


  • Dorothy

    I usually don't like the "Dummies" or "Idiots"-type books, but this one was surprisingly helpful. It was a quick read, went over a lot of what I already knew, but mostly helped me in preparing my birth plan. It had advice for dealing with obstacles one may face regarding hospital procedures, but luckily I've checked in with my birth center and these won't be problems in trying to have a natural birth. Anyway, a useful library book!


  • Ailina Willis

    Clear, succinct, complete. A satisfying overview of natural birth, encompassing hospital, birthing center, and homebirth settings. A great launch-point for further research.Written with intelligence, encouragement, and practicality. A perfect orientation to all things relative to "natural birth," from pregnancy through breastfeeding.


  • Elizabeth

    Believe it or not, this was my favorite book about natural childbirth. I received it as a sort of gag gift but it turned out to be extremely informative and helpful. I'd recommend it to anyone considering natural childbirth.


  • Alyssa

    Great overall information regarding birth without intervention. I felt it was balanced, yet contained info and techniques not found in the most common pregnancy books. Must read if even slightly considering natural childbirth approach.


  • Amanda

    The author is a bit extreme in some of her opinions but I did learn more about natural childbirth. I am glad that I read this and will be using what I learned.


  • Hilary

    I don't know what it was about this book, it just seemed to rub me the wrong way. There are much better books on preparing for childbirth.


  • Melissa

    informative.


  • Glissbliss

    I'm embarrassed to say that this was one of the better Natural Childbirth books I've read so far. I don't usually go for the "dummy" or "idiot" books but I found it informative and easy to process.


  • Felicia

    This book made me feel a lot more confidant in my ability to give birth naturally. It was funny and informative and very well put together.


  • Tekia

    Broken down in a way that makes sense, Honest, unbiased, pretty all inclusive, answered questions I didn't know I had. Definitely worth the read!


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