Mother Youth: Finding Comfortable Positions During Labor

When a woman is in labor, all of her focus is to deliver her baby. If you’re a mom can you relate to this? I have heard stories from mothers regarding their labor experience, even though each labor process is different all of the deliveries are beautiful. The best way to prepare for this big day moms it is important that you know various positions during labor. Their Childbirth Positions Chart Set of 6 are amazing for practicing positions that will be using during the delivery. As the old saying goes, you can’t prepare for something if you don’t know how to properly prepare for it. Here we go!

 

Childbirth Positions Charts:

Peanut Ball Chart Positions

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Includes 22 pictures representing 7 different positions using the peanut ball. Also demonstrates positions with and without the epidural. Illustrates all four sizes of peanut balls. Includes cleaning, covering, and choosing the correct size for your client.

Positions for ASYMMETRICAL or OP (Occiput Posterior)

 

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Includes 43 pictures representing 22 different asymmetric positions for OP and acyclintic babies.

 

Labor/Pushing Positions

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Includes 44 pictures representing 19 different positions for labor and pushing.

 

Rebozo Chart Positions

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Includes 45 pictures representing 26 different positions using the rebozo. Demonstrates positions for pregnancy, labor, pushing, and postpartum.

 

Birthing Ball Chart Positions

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Includes 25 pictures representing 12 different positions using the birth ball. Demonstrates positions for pregnancy, labor and pushing.

Sheets For Pushing Chart

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Includes 21 pictures representing 5 different positions using a sheet. Includes the newest technique using a sheet, the Lugrand Sheet Pull.

 

Here is a video demonstrating the Childbirth Charts:

I hope you enjoyed the article and the experience of being informed before you deliver? Thanks to http://premierbirthtools.com/ we can have the best birthing outcomes.

 

XoXo,

Danna

 

 

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