1. an assistant (often the father of the soon-to-be-born child) who provides support for a woman in labor by encouraging her to use techniques learned in childbirth-preparation classes
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  • Its website provides interview questions to ask a prospective midwife or doctor, and tips on hiring a doula and choosing an appropriate birth setting.
  • President Abdoulaye Wade was joined by scores of dignitaries, including African heads of state and representatives from around the world, at the base of the bronze colossus, which is higher than the US Statue of Liberty. Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories
  • Find experienced midwives and doulas and save the hospital births for those women who truly need them.
  • Stories are organized according to attending caregivers: physicians, midwives, and doulas, with the last chapter dedicated to unassisted births.
  • I am a certified Bradley instructor and a certified doula with Doulas of North America.
  • A doula is a trained labor coach who provides support throughout labor and delivery.
  • This position allows you to do pelvic tilts for comfort, while giving your spouse or doula access to your back for massage and counterpressure.
  • Conclusions Doula labor combined with GT-4A computer instrument is a safe and efficient method to ease labor pain and can accelerate labor duration and promote labor naturally.
  • Your hospital or birth center might provide a doula, or you can hire one while you are pregnant.
  • When I was a Doula, I used to see the biggest, toughest, brawniest men go completely pale at the sight of a needle, a rubber glove, or even just a blood pressure cuff. Bad Mother Down | Her Bad Mother
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