Join LUNA's Labor and Delivery Nurse and Childbirth Educator, Georgia for this five part childbirth education series. Here you will learn about the anatomy and physiology of birth, stages of birth, advocacy, birth plans, routine interventions, coping techniques, birth support, and more. We also recommend following up this childbirth education course with our preparing for postpartum series.
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Section 3 - Advocacy, Birth Plans and Routine Interventions
In this section you will learn about self-advocacy during labor, as well as how to create your birth plan. We will also cover routine hospital interventions, what they mean, and how they are utilized and performed. Lastly, this section also covers special circumstances such as labor induction and...
The content in this section is essentially a step-by-step guide on coping with labor, ways your birth team can support you, positioning, as well as what the different stages of labor can bring about, all the way through the birth of your baby and the delivery of your placenta.