Be aware of "optimal positioning of the fetus" – sleeping on your left side, spending time with four legs or you're lower than your hips knees baby advanced in the best position before labor, which usually makes for a job shorter and easier.
Learn more about the different techniques and methods of calving of the house that will help you deliver the baby. Hypnobirthing home study course by Kathryn Clark can be the best appropriate for you to learn the techniques.
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Remember that labor is a marathon and hard work, but giving birth is a natural process and you can DO IT! Prepare well for the marathon by practicing yoga, swimming, walking – whatever the call activity for you.
The marathon will require a lot of energy, so eat well throughout your pregnancy; early labor remembers to eat and drink plenty of easily digestible foods.
If possible, have a midwife you know to take care of you – ask your midwife if she will care for you at home or in the hospital. If you can afford to consider the use of an independent midwife offers one to one care. All results are best with a known midwife!
Consider a home birth! Women are much more likely to give birth naturally, less likely to need medication, usually have shorter work, are more liable to breastfeed and be satisfied with their practice.