What’s involved in a home birth?


Some women are wary about having a home birth, but if the pregnancy is normal, then having a home birth is a safe option. It’s important for mothers to consult a midwife about a home birth, as they will know all the information and details involved. Unfortunately for home births, the amount of pain relief is limited, which can be difficult to control. If during the birth, there are complications, there is no need to fret, as about 1 in 7 women who give home births have to visit the hospital, so it’s always an option.

Key Takeaways:

  • If you’ve had a safe pregnancy, a home birth is a viable option.
  • You can choose how many people will be there during the birth.
  • The midwife will be able to do the delivery as well as provide other medical attentions.

“if you’ve had a straightforward pregnancy, it’s long been acknowledged that home birth’s a safe option”

Read more: https://www.madeformums.com/pregnancy/whats-involved-in-a-home-birth/

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With 6 natural childbirths Chrissi’s mission is to rewrite the societal story that it has become “normal” to see birth as a medical condition.

One that’s excruciating and completely out of a woman’s control and not the beautiful biological process that it truly is.

She’s helped hundreds of women go from petrified of the pain and disempowered to embracing the experience and having a fully natural and blissful birth that they cherish the memory of forever more.