Labor & Childbirth

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Discover a transformative journey with the Maternal Gospel Labor & Childbirth Practical Guide. This comprehensive, easy-to-read, and illustrated guide is designed to lead you safely and knowledgeably through the intricacies of having Labor & Childbirth. Whether you’re navigating your first pregnancy or seeking better ways to manage maternal health, this guide provides clear and practical advice.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions and embrace the journey of motherhood with faith and assurance.

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The labor & childbirth experience is often the most memorable time in a woman’s life.

While it’s easy to assume that giving birth is ultimately out of our control, you can (and should) take steps to make sure you’re prepared for whatever may happen to your body and your baby.

"You’re. So. Close. Seriously, you’re going to give birth any day now. But these last weeks of pregnancy can be tough—lots of discomfort and just feeling so ready to meet your little baby."

This practical guide will give you answers for the following questions:

  1. How will I know I am in labor?
  2. What can be done to manage labor pains?
  3. How can tell the difference between true and false labor?
  4. Is it best to induce labor?
  5. What are some comfort measures to use during labor?
  6. What should be the baby’s presentation position before birth?
  7. Can a baby be delivered vaginally in any of these positions?
  8. What is the best position for mom to deliver a baby?
  9. Are waters births safe to have a baby?
  10. What happens when the baby is crowning?
  11. What happens in the third stage of labor?
  12. How to deliver a retained placenta?
  13. Should I keep my baby attached to the placenta after it is delivered?
  14. How should the umbilical cord be cared for?
  15. How should twins be delivered?
  16. Can a breech baby be delivered vaginally?

Individual Guide Dimensions: 5.5 (W) x 8.5 (H)

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