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HOME BIRTH WITH SIBLINGS // The sweet wonder of children ✨

A beautiful submission from a family that wishes to remain anonymous.

Did you have siblings present at your birth?... #bumpbirthandbeyond.

HOME BIRTH WITH SIBLINGS // The sweet wonder of children ✨ A beautiful submission from a family that wishes to remain anonymous. Did you have siblings present at your birth?... #bumpbirthandbeyond ...

Episiotomies and Tearing During Vaginal Birth 😮
Mention that you’re having a baby and without a doubt someone in the room will say “OUCH! What if you tear??” This is a BIG fear and while not completely unfounded, it is misunderstood. Here are some facts:
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👉🏼The size of your baby does not automatically determine whether you will tear.
👉🏼 An episiotomy is a surgical cut to the perineum, the tissue located between the vagina and the anus.
👉🏼 The WHO recommends against routine episiotomies as there is no scientific research that shows benefits for either the birthing person or baby when doing routine episiotomies.
👉🏼 Natural tearing, although scary sounding, tend to heal quicker and may not need any suturing.
👉🏼 There is evidence that supports less tearing if the birthing person pushes only when their body feels the urge (as opposed to pushing when no urge is present) as well as birthing in an upright, non flat position
👉🏼👉🏼First degree tear - superficial and involves only skin. May require a few stitches or none.
👉🏼👉🏼Second degree tear -  goes through the skin and the muscle just beneath it. May requires a few stitches.
👉🏼👉🏼Third degree tears -  involve the skin, muscles, and perineal tissue, and requires stitches.
👉🏼👉🏼Fourth degree tear is like a third degree tear, but it also involves the muscles around the anal sphincter. Third and fourth degree tears account for just 1% of tears.
👉🏼An episiotomy may be needed in the following cases:
True fetal distress
Forcep or vacuum assist
Natural tear moving upwards which can damage urethra
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It is important to note that you should tell your care provider beforehand if you absolutely do not want an episiotomy. They should ABSOLUTELY honor your wishes unless there is a TRUE need for it. 
For most birthing people, if they tear naturally during childbirth, they don’t typically notice (yay endorphins!!).
Finally - a perineum can tear during sex. I want to mention this because we fear tearing during childbirth as if it is an outlier. Yes, tearing can be painful (I tore in 2 spots, declined the one stitch offered) BUT most bodies are designed to tear naturally in a way we can recover from..

Episiotomies and Tearing During Vaginal Birth 😮 Mention that you’re having a baby and without a doubt someone in the room will say “OUCH! What if you tear??” This is a BIG fear and while not completely unfounded, it is misunderstood. Here are some facts: - 👉🏼The size of your baby does not automatically determine whether you will tear. 👉🏼 An episiotomy is a surgical cut to the perineum, the tissue located between the vagina and the anus. 👉🏼 The WHO recommends against routine episiotomies as there is no scientific research that shows benefits for either the birthing person or baby when doing routine episiotomies. 👉🏼 Natural tearing, although scary sounding, tend to heal quicker and may not need any suturing. 👉🏼 There is evidence that supports less tearing if the birthing person pushes only when their body feels the urge (as opposed to pushing when no urge is present) as well as birthing in an upright, non flat position 👉🏼👉🏼First degree tear - superficial and involves only skin. May require a few stitches or none. 👉🏼👉🏼Second degree tear - goes through the skin and the muscle just beneath it. May requires a few stitches. 👉🏼👉🏼Third degree tears - involve the skin, muscles, and perineal tissue, and requires stitches. 👉🏼👉🏼Fourth degree tear is like a third degree tear, but it also involves the muscles around the anal sphincter. Third and fourth degree tears account for just 1% of tears. 👉🏼An episiotomy may be needed in the following cases: True fetal distress Forcep or vacuum assist Natural tear moving upwards which can damage urethra - It is important to note that you should tell your care provider beforehand if you absolutely do not want an episiotomy. They should ABSOLUTELY honor your wishes unless there is a TRUE need for it. For most birthing people, if they tear naturally during childbirth, they don’t typically notice (yay endorphins!!). Finally - a perineum can tear during sex. I want to mention this because we fear tearing during childbirth as if it is an outlier. Yes, tearing can be painful (I tore in 2 spots, declined the one stitch offered) BUT most bodies are designed to tear naturally in a way we can recover from. ...

Milky Mondays 🍼 Proper Latch 🔐 Having a proper latch can be all the difference between a positive and a negative breastfeeding experience. Here are some pointers:
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🔐 Baby should be belly to belly with the nursing person. 🔐 Baby’s ear, shoulder, and hip should be all aligned. We tend to allow babe to drop to their back with their heads turned. Ever try to drink with your head turned to the side? It’s really hard and uncomfortable. Keeping everything aligned will help proper and easy swallowing.
*please note that I understand that is not happening in this picture. This was a pic taken to capture the latch, not body position*
🔐 Babe should have around 1 inch of breast tissue in their mouth. This encourages that the nipple is hitting the roof of their mouth enabling the sucking reflex and that your nipple doesn’t experience pain. A babe sucking only the nipple can be very painful for most nursing parents.
Doing a *C hand* or *hamburger hand* can sometimes allow for Baby to get a bigger “bite”.
🔐 Babe’s lips should not be tucked inward and their head should be tilted slightly (just like you tilt your head backwards when you drink).
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Breastfeeding can be uncomfortable at times but shouldn’t ever really be painful. I’ve seen A LOT of parents brush off their pain which is unfair to both them and their babes. In the long run, enduring pain and/or keeping a baby improperly latched just does a disservice to all parties involved and may alter the course of your breastfeeding journey.
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If babe has a poor latch - UNLATCH!!! I’ve had some parents that have unlatched upwards of ten times a feeding. It seems like a lot of work (and it is!) but it’s a lot of work for a small amount of time. Unlatching in order to get a proper latch is like starting over after you’ve put both legs in one pant leg. Despite it *technically* getting the job done, you wouldn’t just go about your day - you’d start over until you got it right. Unlatching & relatching properly is helping babe open their mouth wide, take in enough breast tissue, & effectively transfer milk.
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If you are struggling with your latch, support from a postpartum doula or an IBCLC is a great option..

Milky Mondays 🍼 Proper Latch 🔐 Having a proper latch can be all the difference between a positive and a negative breastfeeding experience. Here are some pointers: - 🔐 Baby should be belly to belly with the nursing person. 🔐 Baby’s ear, shoulder, and hip should be all aligned. We tend to allow babe to drop to their back with their heads turned. Ever try to drink with your head turned to the side? It’s really hard and uncomfortable. Keeping everything aligned will help proper and easy swallowing. *please note that I understand that is not happening in this picture. This was a pic taken to capture the latch, not body position* 🔐 Babe should have around 1 inch of breast tissue in their mouth. This encourages that the nipple is hitting the roof of their mouth enabling the sucking reflex and that your nipple doesn’t experience pain. A babe sucking only the nipple can be very painful for most nursing parents. Doing a *C hand* or *hamburger hand* can sometimes allow for Baby to get a bigger “bite”. 🔐 Babe’s lips should not be tucked inward and their head should be tilted slightly (just like you tilt your head backwards when you drink). - Breastfeeding can be uncomfortable at times but shouldn’t ever really be painful. I’ve seen A LOT of parents brush off their pain which is unfair to both them and their babes. In the long run, enduring pain and/or keeping a baby improperly latched just does a disservice to all parties involved and may alter the course of your breastfeeding journey. - If babe has a poor latch - UNLATCH!!! I’ve had some parents that have unlatched upwards of ten times a feeding. It seems like a lot of work (and it is!) but it’s a lot of work for a small amount of time. Unlatching in order to get a proper latch is like starting over after you’ve put both legs in one pant leg. Despite it *technically* getting the job done, you wouldn’t just go about your day - you’d start over until you got it right. Unlatching & relatching properly is helping babe open their mouth wide, take in enough breast tissue, & effectively transfer milk. - If you are struggling with your latch, support from a postpartum doula or an IBCLC is a great option. ...

Did you know that birth centers and home birth midwives have the exact same equipment and the exact same medication available for after birth if needed? If you choose home birth over a birth center you cut out the car ride! You also get to labor the entire time in your home, with your dog and eating your own cheese and crackers!......⠀ .⁣⠀
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What birth CAN look like! Supported, calm, empowered, family centered, in your own home, safe, without fear. Midwives are the EXPERTS in low risk pregnancy and birth.⁣⠀
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🎥: @sacredsonghomebirth⁣.

Did you know that birth centers and home birth midwives have the exact same equipment and the exact same medication available for after birth if needed? If you choose home birth over a birth center you cut out the car ride! You also get to labor the entire time in your home, with your dog and eating your own cheese and crackers!......⠀ .⁣⠀ .⁣⠀ Repost @birthwavesmidwifery ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ What birth CAN look like! Supported, calm, empowered, family centered, in your own home, safe, without fear. Midwives are the EXPERTS in low risk pregnancy and birth.⁣⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁣⠀ 🎥: @sacredsonghomebirth ⁣ ...

ACCIDENTAL BREECH FREEBIRTH //
These tightenings intensified well into the evening. I called my friend Nakiya, Julie my birth photographer and Martina my midwife. Once my support people came over things slowed down.
The moon was full and bright, I was sure this would be the night.
My contractions ceased. Everyone left and I went to bed to get some rest.
I woke at midnight with very intense contractions. Waves of intense pressure washing over me. Each wave quickly increased until they were taking over my body, before slowly easing off. I focussed on my breathing. Each contraction lasted 25 long, slow breaths. Counting my breaths really got me through each wave, the number 25 was like the light at the end of the tunnel. I thought I had better call Nakiya and Julie 'just in case'. I didn't want to call Martina until I knew for sure. Nakiya arrived within 5 minutes and placed a heat pack on my back. Julie arrived shortly after. I leant over the couch counting my breaths through the contractions whilst Nakiya called Martina. I then decided I needed to do something else to ease the discomfort so I tried the shower. As soon as I got in the shower my water broke and I instantly couldn't stand being in the shower. Nakiya helped me out and I had an overwhelming urge to push. I didn't want to have the baby in the bathroom - it was cold! Nakiya helped me to my bed as this is where I felt most comfortable. I remember pushing for what seemed like forever. Nakiya announced she could see the bum and I heard Julie say she was breech. Nakiya encouraged me each time I progressed.
'Her bum is out!'
'We've got her knees'
'I can see her jaw'
'Your almost there!'
Nakiya caught Amity and handed her straight to me. Martina walked through the door and Amity began to cry. I'v never been so relieved to hear a baby cry!
I spent the next two hours soaking in oxytocin with my new baby. Eventually the placenta came out and Nakiya cut the cord. My support ladies all cleaned up, gave me tea and made sure I had everything I needed. At some point everyone went home but I didn't even notice. I was so fixated on my precious little girl.

#bumpbirthandbeyond 
PC: The mother wishes to remain anonymous.

ACCIDENTAL BREECH FREEBIRTH // These tightenings intensified well into the evening. I called my friend Nakiya, Julie my birth photographer and Martina my midwife. Once my support people came over things slowed down. The moon was full and bright, I was sure this would be the night. My contractions ceased. Everyone left and I went to bed to get some rest. I woke at midnight with very intense contractions. Waves of intense pressure washing over me. Each wave quickly increased until they were taking over my body, before slowly easing off. I focussed on my breathing. Each contraction lasted 25 long, slow breaths. Counting my breaths really got me through each wave, the number 25 was like the light at the end of the tunnel. I thought I had better call Nakiya and Julie 'just in case'. I didn't want to call Martina until I knew for sure. Nakiya arrived within 5 minutes and placed a heat pack on my back. Julie arrived shortly after. I leant over the couch counting my breaths through the contractions whilst Nakiya called Martina. I then decided I needed to do something else to ease the discomfort so I tried the shower. As soon as I got in the shower my water broke and I instantly couldn't stand being in the shower. Nakiya helped me out and I had an overwhelming urge to push. I didn't want to have the baby in the bathroom - it was cold! Nakiya helped me to my bed as this is where I felt most comfortable. I remember pushing for what seemed like forever. Nakiya announced she could see the bum and I heard Julie say she was breech. Nakiya encouraged me each time I progressed. 'Her bum is out!' 'We've got her knees' 'I can see her jaw' 'Your almost there!' Nakiya caught Amity and handed her straight to me. Martina walked through the door and Amity began to cry. I'v never been so relieved to hear a baby cry! I spent the next two hours soaking in oxytocin with my new baby. Eventually the placenta came out and Nakiya cut the cord. My support ladies all cleaned up, gave me tea and made sure I had everything I needed. At some point everyone went home but I didn't even notice. I was so fixated on my precious little girl. #bumpbirthandbeyond PC: The mother wishes to remain anonymous ...

Noah was concerned that his mother was being silly sitting in a tub in the living room in the middle of the day. He actually said “silly”. So I showed him a quick video and he instantly understood. When a contraction came he showed deep concern that it hurt his mama. He then reaches towards the water to help get the baby so she would not be in pain. Listen as he says “come on, baby”.⁣
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#birth #birthisbeautiful #waterbirth #naturalbirth #naturalchildbirth #childbirth #littledoula #homebirth #naturalbirthing #birthing #birthstory #birthbecomesher #birthwithoutfear #birthisbeautiful #empoweredbirthproject #thebump #thisisbirth #birthmatters #doula #doulas #birthsupport #birthworker #birtheducation #growingfamily  #empoweredbirth #childbirtheducation #hypnobirth  #sandiegohypnobirthing #hypnobirthing #birtheducationcenter ⁣.

Noah was concerned that his mother was being silly sitting in a tub in the living room in the middle of the day. He actually said “silly”. So I showed him a quick video and he instantly understood. When a contraction came he showed deep concern that it hurt his mama. He then reaches towards the water to help get the baby so she would not be in pain. Listen as he says “come on, baby”.⁣ ⁣ Repost: @barefootmidwife ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #birth #birthisbeautiful #waterbirth #naturalbirth #naturalchildbirth #childbirth #littledoula #homebirth #naturalbirthing #birthing #birthstory #birthbecomesher #birthwithoutfear #birthisbeautiful #empoweredbirthproject #thebump #thisisbirth #birthmatters #doula #doulas #birthsupport #birthworker #birtheducation #growingfamily #empoweredbirth #childbirtheducation #hypnobirth #sandiegohypnobirthing #hypnobirthing #birtheducationcenter ⁣ ...

Applying the HypnoBirthing philosophy and techniques to your Birth isn’t about having a drug-free water birth where it makes everything perfect  HypnoBirthing is about understanding your body,  knowing how to navigate the system, choosing the right care provided to support you on this incredible most epic day ever & educating your partner
It’s about having an positive , A maZing B I R T H .
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Meet baby Willow one of my many HypnoBirthing bubs who arrived at 42+4 
Her mums made all the right moves & rocked her Birth @dear.wolves 
You are amazing !!!.

Applying the HypnoBirthing philosophy and techniques to your Birth isn’t about having a drug-free water birth where it makes everything perfect HypnoBirthing is about understanding your body, knowing how to navigate the system, choosing the right care provided to support you on this incredible most epic day ever & educating your partner It’s about having an positive , A maZing B I R T H . . . Meet baby Willow one of my many HypnoBirthing bubs who arrived at 42+4 Her mums made all the right moves & rocked her Birth @dear.wolves You are amazing !!! ...

What if you want or need a cesarean birth? How can a cesarean be a positive, family centered experience? Whether your cesarean is planned or emergency, it is possible to have a gentle cesarean with a little prenatal planning and knowing how to advocate for your needs.  Major medical organizations say vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is safe. Yet only 11% of pregnant people in America have a VBAC. Often national guidelines are translated into (seemingly) non-negotiable hospital or provider policy. But what exactly does the American College of OB/GYNs say? What difference does it make if women have unnecessary repeat cesareans? Who ultimately owns these decisions? .

Bring your questions or just come to listen on April 6th, 2-5 pm at the Monterey Library!

Our panel of experts includes:
Dr. Jessi Goldstein, Family Practice Physician
Sarah McCabe, Childbirth Educator
Caitlin Clarke, Chiropractor & Birth Doula
Jessica Sharon Custodio, Birth Doula & VBAC Mom
Jill Botelho Willett, Prenatal Yoga Instructor & VBAC Mom.  #baby #vbac #vbacsuccess #vaginalbirthaftercesarean #naturalbirth #birth #vaginalbirth #ceasariansection #csection #csectionbirth #csectionmonth #csectionrecovery #doula #birthdoula #doulalife #postpartumdoula #midwife #midwifery #postpartumsupport #postpartumlife #pregnant #pregnancy #expectantparents #expectantmother #expectantmom #momtobe #dadtobe #bayarea #birthcenter #birtheducation.

What if you want or need a cesarean birth? How can a cesarean be a positive, family centered experience? Whether your cesarean is planned or emergency, it is possible to have a gentle cesarean with a little prenatal planning and knowing how to advocate for your needs. Major medical organizations say vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is safe. Yet only 11% of pregnant people in America have a VBAC. Often national guidelines are translated into (seemingly) non-negotiable hospital or provider policy. But what exactly does the American College of OB/GYNs say? What difference does it make if women have unnecessary repeat cesareans? Who ultimately owns these decisions? . Bring your questions or just come to listen on April 6th, 2-5 pm at the Monterey Library! Our panel of experts includes: Dr. Jessi Goldstein, Family Practice Physician Sarah McCabe, Childbirth Educator Caitlin Clarke, Chiropractor & Birth Doula Jessica Sharon Custodio, Birth Doula & VBAC Mom Jill Botelho Willett, Prenatal Yoga Instructor & VBAC Mom. #baby #vbac #vbacsuccess #vaginalbirthaftercesarean #naturalbirth #birth #vaginalbirth #ceasariansection #csection #csectionbirth #csectionmonth #csectionrecovery #doula #birthdoula #doulalife #postpartumdoula #midwife #midwifery #postpartumsupport #postpartumlife #pregnant #pregnancy #expectantparents #expectantmother #expectantmom #momtobe #dadtobe #bayarea #birthcenter #birtheducation ...

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✨ BREECH BIRTHS ✨⁣
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Did you know that approximately 3-5% of full-term babies are either vaginally or abdominal born breech? And that all forms of breech presentation are not created equal...⁣
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Breech is essentially used to describe any presentation where baby would be born head last, rather than the more common head first presentation. There’s the:⁣
✨ “Complete breech” - in which a baby has their feet tucked up to their bum.⁣
✨ “Incomplete breech or footling breech” - in which baby has one foot up by their head and the other down by their bum.⁣
✨ And the “Frank breech” - in which both of babies feet are up by their head.⁣
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Frank breech is by far the most common, accounting for 50-70% of all breech presentations. The good news is if you’re aiming for a vaginal delivery with a breech babe, this is the best kind, and working with a supportive care team of midwives, consultants, and even a doula could really increase your chances of making that happen.⁣
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You’ve only gotta look at this sweet babe to know they were frank breech 😍 they tend to keep their feet up by their heads for the first week or so after birth as they adjust to all the new space they have.⁣
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🎥 @generationsmidwiferycare ♥️⁣
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#breechbaby #breechbirth #baby #babiesbabiesbabies #cutenessoverloaded #babyfeet #newbornbabies #allthelove #birthclassshouldbefun #childbirth #birthed #childbirtheducators #birtheducation #childbirtheducator
#childbirthclass #birtheducators #birthclass #naturalbirth #childbirtheducation #birthclasses
#doulabusinesscoach #birtheducator #sandiegobirthdoula #ilovewhatidoula #birthsandiego #hypnobirthing #sandiegohypnobirthing #birtheducationcenter.

⁣ ✨ BREECH BIRTHS ✨⁣ •⁣ Did you know that approximately 3-5% of full-term babies are either vaginally or abdominal born breech? And that all forms of breech presentation are not created equal...⁣ •⁣ Breech is essentially used to describe any presentation where baby would be born head last, rather than the more common head first presentation. There’s the:⁣ ✨ “Complete breech” - in which a baby has their feet tucked up to their bum.⁣ ✨ “Incomplete breech or footling breech” - in which baby has one foot up by their head and the other down by their bum.⁣ ✨ And the “Frank breech” - in which both of babies feet are up by their head.⁣ •⁣ Frank breech is by far the most common, accounting for 50-70% of all breech presentations. The good news is if you’re aiming for a vaginal delivery with a breech babe, this is the best kind, and working with a supportive care team of midwives, consultants, and even a doula could really increase your chances of making that happen.⁣ •⁣ You’ve only gotta look at this sweet babe to know they were frank breech 😍 they tend to keep their feet up by their heads for the first week or so after birth as they adjust to all the new space they have.⁣ •⁣ 🎥 @generationsmidwiferycare ♥️⁣ ⁣ Repost: @welcomebirthing ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #breechbaby #breechbirth #baby #babiesbabiesbabies #cutenessoverloaded #babyfeet #newbornbabies #allthelove #birthclassshouldbefun #childbirth #birthed #childbirtheducators #birtheducation #childbirtheducator #childbirthclass #birtheducators #birthclass #naturalbirth #childbirtheducation #birthclasses #doulabusinesscoach #birtheducator #sandiegobirthdoula #ilovewhatidoula #birthsandiego #hypnobirthing #sandiegohypnobirthing #birtheducationcenter ...

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I remember taking these pics after my first son was born. He was probably 6 weeks old and I was determined to “get back to my life.” I was worried about my work, my practice, my new baby, my body, breastfeeding, his sleep, whether I was any good at this and on and on. It made me so anxious and stressed out...exactly what a new mom needs right? 
Looking back I see that I was focusing on all these things that I really had no control over. With all of my attention on everything else instead of myself, I started to unravel. I should have given myself GRACE and TIME during this HUGE life transition. But I didn’t know any better and neither do many of my clients. We often don’t talk about the struggles that this new life can bring so when a new mom is in the thick of it, it is hard to know what to do or where to turn. Let’s change that! 
If you are currently pregnant ask your mom friends about their experiences. And if you are a new mom and need some help, reach out. Support is essential❤️ #pregnant #pregnancy #prenatal #prenatalyoga #parenthood #momtobe #postpartum #postnatal #postnatalyoga #birth #birtheducation #postpartumdepression #awareness #baby #womensupportingwomen #naperville #napervillemoms #napervilleyoga.

I remember taking these pics after my first son was born. He was probably 6 weeks old and I was determined to “get back to my life.” I was worried about my work, my practice, my new baby, my body, breastfeeding, his sleep, whether I was any good at this and on and on. It made me so anxious and stressed out...exactly what a new mom needs right? Looking back I see that I was focusing on all these things that I really had no control over. With all of my attention on everything else instead of myself, I started to unravel. I should have given myself GRACE and TIME during this HUGE life transition. But I didn’t know any better and neither do many of my clients. We often don’t talk about the struggles that this new life can bring so when a new mom is in the thick of it, it is hard to know what to do or where to turn. Let’s change that! If you are currently pregnant ask your mom friends about their experiences. And if you are a new mom and need some help, reach out. Support is essential❤️ #pregnant #pregnancy #prenatal #prenatalyoga #parenthood #momtobe #postpartum #postnatal #postnatalyoga #birth #birtheducation #postpartumdepression #awareness #baby #womensupportingwomen #naperville #napervillemoms #napervilleyoga ...

Quando riprendere l’attività  sessuale?La coppia e la ripresa dei rapporti sessuali: è una questione che interroga molto dopo la nascita di un figlio, sebbene in modi differenti. La nuova famiglia, non più formata soltanto dai due coniugi, dopo la gioia e l’euforia della nascita si ritrova a far fronte a una nuova relazione di coppia.
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👱🏻♀DAL PUNTO DI VISTA DELLA DONNA
Per la donna, il periodo del puerperio è sicuramente una fase di transizione e non sempre un periodo sereno e privo di difficoltà.
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Dopo il parto è frequente vivere un momento di tristezza e malinconia definito

Quando riprendere l’attività sessuale?La coppia e la ripresa dei rapporti sessuali: è una questione che interroga molto dopo la nascita di un figlio, sebbene in modi differenti. La nuova famiglia, non più formata soltanto dai due coniugi, dopo la gioia e l’euforia della nascita si ritrova a far fronte a una nuova relazione di coppia. . 👱🏻♀DAL PUNTO DI VISTA DELLA DONNA Per la donna, il periodo del puerperio è sicuramente una fase di transizione e non sempre un periodo sereno e privo di difficoltà. . Dopo il parto è frequente vivere un momento di tristezza e malinconia definito "Baby Blues", che deve essere ben distinto dalla depressione post-parto. Per maggiori informazioni ti invito a cercare sul nostro blog 😉 . 👨🏻‍🦱 DAL PUNTO DI VISTA DELL' UOMO Anche nell’uomo potrebbe verificarsi un cambiamento a discapito della libido. . L’uomo, infatti, avverte la responsabilità di essere padre, cerca di fare squadra con la propria partner condividendo impegni e responsabilità ma può succedere anche che possa sentirsi messo da parte dalla diade madre-figlio . Molti uomini vivono con timore il momento del puerperio perché si sentono allontanati . QUINDI . 👉 Quando riprendere l’attività sessuale e come viverla seranamente? La nostra risposta la trovate sul blog. . . ✍ Voi come state vivendo questo momento? . Se ne hai voglia raccontacelo nei commenti . . ••• 🖼 Vuoi entrare a far parte della Gallery tagga le tue foto migliori con: @sosostetrica , #sosostetrica e seguici . Sceglieremo le migliori e le riposteremo nella gallery ufficiale ••• 👩🏻 DIVENTA MEMBRO DI SOS OSTETRICA 👩🏼 La gravidanza e i primi mesi di vita del bambino sono i momenti più belli, intensi ed emozionanti della vita di ogni donna. . Far si che si possano vivere in completa serenità e godersi ogni momento è l’obiettivo della nostra associazione. 📩 Scrivici in privato oppure inviaci una mail ad info@sosostetrica.it per sapere di più, ti diremo come fare ••• 📸 di @dilettaorlandiphotography ...

So, I’ve finally decided to get myself to turn my rants into actual blogs. Link in the comments. Speak up for postpartum mental health! #postpartum #mentalhealth #childbirth #pregnancy #birth #naturalbirth #homebirth #hospitalbirth #doula #birtheducation #advocacy .
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http://lifeinourlanes.com/the-postpartum-anxiety-symptom-black-women-cant-talk-about/.

So, I’ve finally decided to get myself to turn my rants into actual blogs. Link in the comments. Speak up for postpartum mental health! #postpartum #mentalhealth #childbirth #pregnancy #birth #naturalbirth #homebirth #hospitalbirth #doula #birtheducation #advocacy . . . . http://lifeinourlanes.com/the-postpartum-anxiety-symptom-black-women-cant-talk-about/ ...

So, I’ve finally decided to get myself to turn my rants into actual blogs. Link in the bio . Speak up for postpartum mental health! #postpartum #mentalhealth #childbirth #pregnancy #birth #naturalbirth #homebirth #hospitalbirth #doula #birtheducation #advocacy .
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So, I’ve finally decided to get myself to turn my rants into actual blogs. Link in the bio . Speak up for postpartum mental health! #postpartum #mentalhealth #childbirth #pregnancy #birth #naturalbirth #homebirth #hospitalbirth #doula #birtheducation #advocacy . . . . ...

"I loved having a doula because she had so many things to try during my⁣ labor. She kept me flowing and changing positions, trying new things. You can get stuck and they know just how to keep you moving and⁣ as comfortable as possible. She was such a comfort and constant.”⁣ ⁣ -Jenna Latham⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #doula #doulasupport #doulas #birthdoula #birthsupport #laborsupport #momsupportingmoms #birthteam #birthwork #birthworker #birthworkers #doulagem #doulawisdom #sandiegodoula #doulasrock #doulalife #doulalove #worlddoulaweek #worlddoulaweek2019 #doulaservices #sandiego #sandiegohypnobirthing #hypnobirth #hypnobirthing #birtheducation #birtheducationcenter ...