Part of the reason I love Hypnobirthing, is that it encourages parents to feel confident and in control by making informed decisions that are right for them. Here are some of my favourite resources which may help you research the benefits and risks of all parts of pregnancy and labour. If you ever have any questions I'd be happy to help; just give me a shout over on the Contact Us form.
The Association for the Improvements in Maternity Services is a great resource for all prospective parents, however many births you've had.
With leaflets and books available such as 'Birth after Caesarean', 'Am I Allowed?', 'Vitamin K and the Newborn' and 'Breech Births - what are my options?', there's something for everyone.
- Work towards normal birth
- Provide independent support and information about maternity choices
- Raise awareness of current research on childbirth and related issues
- Protect women's human rights in childbirth
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The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care.
You can find numerous subject areas such as Diabetes in Pregnancy, Induction of Labour, Preterm Labour and Birth and Postnatal Care.