Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way

Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way The Classic Guide To An Unmedicated Childbirth, Fully Revised In 2018 For The Twenty First Century, With Updated Information And Attractive New Illustrations And Photos Throughout For Women Birthing Vaginally, 90% Of Bradley Births Are Drug Free The Bradley Method Used And Praised By Women For Almost Seventy Years, Prepares You For Drug And Surgery Free Childbirth And Puts You In Control By Providing The Tools To Navigate Evidence Based Care Certified Childbirth Educator Susan McCutcheon, One Of Dr Bradley S First Students, Now Makes This Natural Approach To Childbirth Accessible Than Ever You Will Learn Exercises And Nutrition To Get Your Body Ready For Birthing To Defuse Fear By Understanding All Aspects Of Laboring How To Involve Your Partner As A Birth Coach And A Fully Engaged Participant What S Driving The Induction Epidemic And How To Avoid An Unnecessary Induction What S Driving The Cesarean Surgery Epidemic And How To Reduce Your Risk How To Get The Information You Need To Make Informed Decisions About Your Birth Even if you never in a million years would consider an unmedicated birth, READ THIS It s so muchinformative than the useless What to Expect series and any other pregnancy related books I ve seen out there The worst thing that has happened in medicine in the past century is hospitals convincing women that we no longer know how to give birth or that we simply cannot do it as well without the now routine hospital interventions What most doctors and hospitals fail to tell you is that thes Even if you never in a million years would consider an unmedicated birth, READ THIS It s so muchinformative than the useless What to Expect series and any other pregnancy related books I ve seen out there The worst thing that has happened in medicine in the past century is hospitals convincing women that we no longer know how to give birth or that we simply cannot do it as well without the now routine hospital interventions What most doctors and hospitals fail to tell you is that these routine procedures are most often for the benefit of the doctor and hospital, NOT the woman and baby Imagine that Talk to any mother who had ANY type of intervention, and she will most likely tell you about a domino effect of other interventions that were necessitated by the first i.e Pitocin leads to epidural with leads to slowed labor which leads toPitocin andpain which
I usually don t fuss much about ratings I do it by feel, generally as an afterthought, throwing in both my emotional reaction to something and aanalytical assessment of quality This time I had to think hard about it, and I ended up averaging my 1 star and 5 star impulses.The five stars is for being one of the first books I found to talk directly and candidly about unmedicated childbirth and how to think about it I had an instinctive negative reaction to all the hypnobirthing stuff that I usually don t fuss much about ratings I do it by feel, generally as an afterthought, throwing in both my emotional reaction to something and aanalytical assessment of quality This time I had to think hard about it, and I ended up averaging my 1 star and 5 star impulses.The five stars is for being one of the first books I found to talk directly and candidly about unmedicated childbirth and how to think about it I had an instinctive negative rea
This is a great read and resource for those wanting to have a natural birth, either at home or at the hospital Has exercises for both the pregnant person and her coach, who can be a male or female significant other, or friend Some of this book is outdated, as far as testing done in hospitals and whatnot That s my only beef, I think an updated version would be good But the
Perfect book to investigate having an unmedicated birth the Bradley Way I think it s actually better than Dr Bradley s book itself Although it could use an updated edition with some better pictures andcurrent info All that said, very good explanation of Bradley s philosop
Yay, finally finished I d probably give this book 4 stars, but the unnecessary full page photos of women in labor were not my favorite P Also, not very helpful for anything But overall, a really informative book with lots of interesting info And lots of info that makes you go Wow, gross or Sounds terrible but then also all the info that makes you feelprepared for what might happen Haha.Being published in the 80 90 s, I don t know how accurate all the info still is, but all the Yay, finally finished I d probably give this book 4 stars, but the unnecessary full page photos of
Judgy and editorialized from start to finish Appreciate the strategies and techniques for a natural birth don t appreciate sentiment shared for those who choose not to follow them For the past 8 months or so I have spent a lot of time thinking about the topic of natural childbirth verses medicated childbirth I have talked with many women about their personal experiences as well as read countless delivery stories online I have asked my sister a labor and delivery nurse questions about what happens in the delivery room and I have spoken to my OB about her personal practices Daniel and I have discussed the topic as well Actual
Early on while planning our wedding I read Celebrating Interfaith Marriages I enjoyed it at the time, but it wasn t till I got closer to the big day and started writing our ceremony that I realized how helpful it was I think that is definitely the case with this book Yes, I enjoyed reading it, but I don t think I ll be able to truly appreciate it until I m actually at the hospital giving birth.While the is the second book I ve read on this subject, this one is quite a bit different from Ina M Early on while planning our wedding I read Celebrating Interfaith Marriages I enjoyed it at the time, but it wasn t till I got closer to the big day and started writing our ceremony that I realized how helpful it was I think that is definitely the case with this book Yes, I enjoyed reading it, but I don t think I ll be able to truly appreciate it until I m actually at the hospital giving birth.While the is the second book I ve read on this subject, this one is quite a bit different from Ina May s Guide to Childbirth Yes, they do go over similar topics, and I do meanspecific than they re both about birth, but this one is farof a how to ma
Interesting, though a bit outdated and preachy The first 10 or so chapters really sort of turned me off to the book I kept reading I m not saying, I m just saying again and again, in a not so flattering way If I were to read it again, I d skip all the way to the point at which it starts getting into the real physical side of things anatomy of the uterus, etc and skip right past the bit that talks down to the mother to be I found myself hoping the Bradley classes were better than the Interesting, though a bit outdated and preachy The first 10 or so chapters really sort of turned me off to the book I kept reading I m not saying
I read this because I am considering attempting a med free birth with my third child my first 2 were unapologetic epidurals, but this time I just have a desire to see if I can do it I have medical training and do not feel that physicians and hospitals are evil by nature, so I skipped a lot of both the beginning and end of the book because I didn t want to read about the horrors of modern medicine A lot of the medical information that I did read is ridiculously outdated The last revision was I read this because I am considering attempting a med free birth with my third child my first 2 were unapologetic epidurals, but this time I just have a desire to see if I can do it I have medical training and do not feel that physicians and hospitals are evil by nature, so I skipped a lot of both the beginning and end of the book because I didn t want to read about the horrors of modern medicine A lot of the medical info

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way
  • Susan McCutcheon
  • English
  • 05 October 2018
  • 9780525537 Edition Language English Other Editions 7