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Your Pregnancy, Your Way

Your Pregnancy, Your Way

Everything You Need to Know about Natural Pregnancy and Childbirth

As an OB/GYN, Dr. Allison Hill has delivered thousands of babies; as a mom, she’s given birth to her own two children. Hill has a unique perspective on the many questions moms have surrounding pregnancy and childbirth-especially when it comes to “going natural.” Drawing on her twenty years of expertise as well as current medical data, she weighs the pros and cons of the range of options available-hospital or birthing center; MD or midwife. Covering everything from understanding a doctor’s bias to medical interventions (what’s necessary-and what’s not) to home births, Hill debunks common myths and provides insight into hot-button issues and a keen look into why doctors do what they do. Your Pregnancy, Your Way helps parents-to-be achieve a safe and healthy delivery.
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Genre: Mind, Body, Spirit / Health & Fitness / Pregnancy & Childbirth

On Sale: April 11th 2017

Price: $11.99

Page Count: 368

ISBN-13: 9780738219110

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Praise

"Hill covers a great deal of material in the book: eating and exercise, tests during pregnancy, risks and complications, delivery-room interventions, and much more...Filled with useful information...While Hill returns repeatedly to the idea of keeping pregnancy and childbirth as natural as possible...she is commendably open about the usefulness of various interventions...Your Pregnancy, Your Way can be valuable both in helping women search for their own version of a 'natural' approach and in showing the limits of that approach and the areas in which modern medicine, for all its frequent depersonalization, may be important for the health and safety of mother and baby alike."


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