Planning for Labor

    Planning for Labor


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    Blog: Planning for Labor | By: Lamaze International | Released: April 24, 2012, 11:57 am

    Finding the time, energy, and peace to face your fears—or do anything that requires mental focus—is a challenge in our culture. One pregnant woman shared that after years of working at her office, she’d tuned out the sounds of phones ringing and computers clicking. She didn’t even...

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    The Waiting Game
    Blog: Planning for Labor | By: Lamaze International | Released: April 24, 2012, 11:56 am

    Patience is truly a virtue after 9 long months, especially when you’re a few weeks or days from your due date. The swollen feet, extra pounds and late-night bathroom trips can take their toll. Wouldn’t it be easier to just schedule your baby’s birth and get the show on the road?

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    Birth Day, Your Way
    Blog: Planning for Labor | By: Lamaze International | Released: April 24, 2012, 11:55 am

    Carefully consider your wishes-then let them be known.

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    Maternal Instincts
    Blog: Planning for Labor | By: Lamaze International | Released: April 24, 2012, 11:54 am

    Your body has sheltered and nurtured your baby throughout your pregnancy quite naturally. Birth happens this way, too. If you let it, your intuition will guide you. The challenge is to develop confidence in yourself, trust your inner wisdom and allow nature to do its thing.

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    10 Labor Tips
    Blog: Planning for Labor | By: Lamaze International | Released: April 24, 2012, 11:53 am

    Raise your comfort level with these tips to cope with pain and labor. First, decide who and what will be with you. Then learn about what you can do with your body and mind during contractions. You’ll be amazed at your ability to discover and stay in your comfort zone.

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    Planning for Labor

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