birthing pool


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birthing pool

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) a large bath in which a woman can give birth
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Got your own room, birthing pool, flexible visiting times and my husband was able to stay overnight to support me.
Gamer Lee Sadler was keen to grab an underwater Pokemon Go character while his partner Agnieszka Sola was delivering their baby in a birthing pool.
Nevaeh Stewart died three-and-a-half hours after she was born in a birthing pool at Montrose Royal Infirmary community midwife unit on September 30, 2012.
Using a birthing pool can help to relax you and reduce the pain of contractions.
Contract notice: NHSCT Refurb of delivery room at Causeway Hospital to accommodate birthing pool.
When it came around to the actual birth, it was like a dream - she just popped out in the birthing pool.
Matthew Coughlan, 31, and his wife Eugy, 34, from Childwall, had organised to have a home birth for their first baby together, arranging for care with a midwife and a birthing pool at their home.
As Mr Khan's daughter Shazia goes into labour, will she be able to give birth at home in the birthing pool like she planned?
Usage of a birthing pool during early labour was associated with decreased pain, use of anaesthesia and reduction in labour lengths.
Instead of noting Mrs Tyler's distress and reassuring her as she sat on her clenched fists in a birthing pool, Ms Richards merely told her to "stop moving around so much".
According to reports, when the delivery date arrives this summer, Kate will be submerged in water in a birthing pool at St.
I got into the birthing pool and he was born soon after.