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- Cesarean vs. Vaginal Birth
- Cesarean at Maternal Request
- Childbirth Classes
- Cord Blood Banking
- Delivery of a Breech Baby
- Delivery of Twin Babies
- Epidural for Childbirth
- False Labor vs. True Labor
- Labor Pain Mangement
- Natural Labor Inducers
- Postterm Pregnancy
- Preterm Labor
- Stages of Labor & Delivery
- Umbilical Cord Clamping
- Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC)
- What to Bring to the Hospital Childbirth Videos
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Vaginal Birth vs. Cesarean Section
The pros and cons of vaginal birth vs cesarean section are listed.
Cesarean Birth at Maternal Request
Did you know you can choose a cesarean birth and avoid labor.
Find out why you should take a childbirth preparation class and the types available.
Cord Blood Banking
Once the umbilical cord has been cut, the cord blood is extracted and sent for freezing.
Delivery of a Breech Baby
If your baby’s buttocks is down, the baby is in a breech position. Early in most pregnancies the baby is in a breech position, however as you approach your due date, most babies turn spontaneously and the head is down..
Delivery of Twin Babies
Many twin pregnancies are delivered earlier than pregnancies with only one baby. Depending on the “type” of twin pregnancy you have and their "positions", dictates your delivery method.
Epidural for Childbirth
Complete pain relief for childbirth with a spinal-epidural anesthesia.
False Labor vs. True Labor
You will be able to identify true labor vs. false labor.
Labor Pain Mangement
Labor pain management involves both you and your physician.
Natural Labor Inducers
Some good old fashioned techniques to jump start labor.
Postterm pregnancy is when your baby is not born by 42 weeks.
Learn about preterm labor risks and how to prevent an early labor.
Stages of Labor & Delivery
Labor progresses in very distinct stages. Learn the four stages.
Umbilical Cord Clamping
Delayed cord clamping; has benefits for preterm infants.
Vaginal Birth after Cesarean
Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) delivery: what every mother should know.
What to Bring to the Hospital
It is a good idea to have your hospital bags ready to go from about 35 weeks pregnant.