Published January 9, 2006
by PublishAmerica .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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The Birth of a Mother In this book, you are asked questions focused on how you feel about your pregnancy and your relationship with your mother and the father of your baby. There is space provided to record your thoughts. As you go through your pregnancy and adapt to being the mother of a new baby, it is important that you. Overview. Pregnancy care consists of prenatal (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) healthcare for expectant mothers. It involves treatments and trainings to ensure a healthy prepregnancy. preferences for pregnancy, birth and parenthood. Choosing place of birth In North West London, each maternity unit offers three choices for where you can give birth to your baby (home, in a midwifery-led unit/birth centre or in an obstetric-led unit/labour ward). This personal care plans booklet can support you in making this choice. It is with this aim in view that this book has been written. The first part is intended to impart a real understanding of pregnancy to the expectant mother her kinsfolk and friends and to instruct them in the appropriate measures to be taken. The second part provides detailed guidance about the care .