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In today’s episode, I interview Steph. Steph shares her two pregnancies and births through the birth center at the Mercy Hospital in Melbourne. Steph fell pregnant very quickly after deciding to try after getting married. Knowing she was keen to have a natural, drug-free birth she decided to book into the Mercy Birth Centre and she was assigned her own midwife. Steph and her partner took a Calm Birth course and read several books to get themselves in the best position they could go into the birth of their daughter. Steph was quite shocked when she was diagnosed with gestational diabetes in her first pregnancy. To hear more about how Steph’s births unfolded tune into this week’s show.
Image by Hilary Walker Photography
Two Birth Center Births, Gestational Diabetes (GD), Calmbirth
If you’d like to continue learning with me, be sure to check out my Online Childbirth Education course The Birth Class. Over 10 value-packed audio lessons — and from the comfort of your own home — The Birth Class walks you through everything you need to know to feel positive, calm, capable and READY throughout your birth experience.
Listen on the go through an easy to use the app. With lifetime access you and your birth partner can listen as often as you like. The Birth Class comes together with a 70-page colour workbook that includes a Hospital Bag checklist and Birth Preferences Template. To have you feeling relaxed and ready throughout your pregnancy I have included a 25minute Yoga Nidra Meditation and Breathing Exercises for Pregnancy. To learn more head to The Birth Class.
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