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Comprehensive birth plan guide
This is a birth plan that guides you through decisions that have to be made and options you will have. It walks you through the planning before birth, labor decisions and options, delivery, afterbirth, and care of the baby. It also discusses postpartum recovery and includes a place for c-sections. After the guide is a fill-in plan you can give your provider. There is also a sample birth plan using that fill-in guide.
This is for all types of births: natural or epidural, any pain management preference, vaginal delivery or cesarean, and hospital birth or birthing center or home birth.
Know your options. Choose what is right for you.
Birth Plan Guide for Scheduled C-sections
Big plans come with having a baby. There are lots of decisions to be made, lots of options, lots of products, and we all dream of how having a baby will be. Birth is a big thing we all make plans for. When birth is planned to be a surgical delivery (c-section), women often feel like everything is out of their control. In this birth plan guide specially made for scheduled c-sections, we talk about creating a more family-centered cesarean. There are still plans to be made before birth. The infant care plans are the same and the postpartum plans are still needed. You can do a birth plan for a surgical birth. Use this to learn more about decisions and options, choices and things to ask about, as well as some options for coping with not having a vaginal delivery if that is what you wanted. Your birth is still a birth, whether it's vaginal or surgical. Let's make it an educated and empowered, beautiful cesarean.
Doula Leanna's reference guide for coping with contractions
This is a guide to take with you for labor. It has all this doula's tips and tricks for coping with contractions and comfort measures during birth. It discusses mindset and affirmations, scripture and prayer (if that's something you want), distraction, breathing and vocalization, relaxation techniques, hydrotherapy, warmth, cool down options, movement and positioning, counter pressure, and pain medication options.
NOTE: This is for all types of labor: natural and unmedicated AND/OR with an epidural or other pain meds. KNOW your options. CHOOSE what is right for you.
Free digital, printable handouts
They can be downloaded and saved for easy referencing on cell phones, tablets, and computers.
They can also be printed. All are on standard size paper and easily print in black and white.
No billing information is needed for free handouts. Your digital download will be emailed to you as soon as it is purchased.