What Can You Find in a Lamaze Class? A Pelvis!
Blog: Giving Birth with Confidence | By: Cara Terreri | Released: July 29, 2015, 3:08 am
When you sign up for any Lamaze childbirth class, you can expect to learn thoroughly about labor, birth, and postpartum through the use of evidence-based resources and instruction. But that's pretty much where the similarities end. A Lamaze class can be taught in a group or privately; a Lamaze class
What Are Healthy Birth Practices and Why Should You Care?
Blog: Giving Birth with Confidence | By: Cara Terreri | Released: July 27, 2015, 3:08 am
If you're new to this blog or to Lamaze and if you are pregnant or planning to be pregnant soon, listen up. I'm going to share with you vital -- and SIMPLE -- information on how to have are more satisfying, safe and healthy birth. This information not only helps you achieve a healthy mom and baby, b
Pregnancy Prep Class from Lamaze - Free for a Limited Time!
Blog: Giving Birth with Confidence | By: Cara Terreri | Released: July 24, 2015, 3:08 am
I'm so excited to share with you the news that not only does Lamaze have a new online class called Prepared for Pregnancy: Start Off Right, but right now through Labor Day, it is FREE! This go-at-your-own pace online class, which is normally offered at $29.95, is the perfect primer to help you get y
New Lamaze Pregnancy App for Parents
Blog: Giving Birth with Confidence | By: Cara Terreri | Released: July 22, 2015, 8:27 am
Lamaze has designed and released a new mobile app just for expecting and new parents! The "Pregnancy to Parenting" free mobile app from Lamaze brings you the same quality of evidence-based information you can always expect from us, now available as an app you can access any time and customize to you
Ultrasounds During Pregnancy: How Many Should You Have?
Blog: Giving Birth with Confidence | By: Cara Terreri | Released: July 20, 2015, 8:40 am
Current medical guidelines from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) state that low-risk pregnant women may receive one to two ultrasounds during their pregnancy (generally one before 13 weeks to date the pregnancy and one between 16-20 weeks). There is growing inconsisten