This book is a small collection of Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC) stories from Australian women compiled together as an inspiration and information resource for women who have to choose... More > between having another abdominal surgery or fast healing natural childbirth.
There's a lot of information out there already about the medical pros and cons of a vbac, these are merely the experience of the birthing story from women who have already achieved a vbac for women who want to have a vbac but are still unsure if they can psychologically go through with it.
Reading stories from women who have achieved a vbac can only serve to empower the reader.< Less
Birth Movement is an instructional photo book. Each page features a position with color photographs taken in a hospital labor and delivery room; a code for appropriate use: laboring, pushing,... More > epidural, narcotic; and a description with instructions for the execution of the position
This book is for pregnant women and their birth partners, doulas, midwives, nurses, childbirth educators, and obstetricians to learn how to use movement, positions and birth tools such as the birth sling, birth ball, and squat bar to support natural and low intervention childbirth in the hospital setting. The foreword is written by Katherine Parker Bryden.< Less
Natural Birth and the Faith-Filled Mother is an informative, inspiring guide which teaches women how to apply the Word of God to every aspect of childbearing. Through personal experience, the author... More > tells of a miraculous journey where she overcame infertility, prevented a miscarriage, and had two beautiful home-births, unassisted, after a traumatic Cesarean section.
Natural Birth and the Faith-Filled Mother includes information on deciding where to deliver, performing prenatal care, and birthing at home, as well as special sections for the Cesarean survivor and the Rh negative woman. This book is encouraging, enlightening, and a must-have for all alternative-minded women who know that doing things God's way--the natural way--is the best way.< Less