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Student CPM with Birthspirit Holistic Midwifery Services
Certified Placenta Encapsulator
Mommy to four amazing kiddos, married to the best husband ever
if you had a client that was having excessive prelabor contractions(not progressing her cervix, but definitely hard, painful, unable to breathe through and yesterday they were two minutes apart for over two hours) and she wanted to help the baby to descend into the pelvis, would you recommend squats? hands and knees position?
My point was, if she stays with that doctor it doesn't really matter if the baby drops. Odds are very high she'll get a section. She can try walking, squatting. But some babies don't drop until labor, or even until the END of labor when the mother starts pushing. If she stays with this doctor, he'll find a reason. She needs to stop going to the hospital when she has a few contractions and wait until she's in true active labor. Her hormones stop flowing when she goes in too soon.
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