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10 thoughts on “Ask a Midwife

  1. says:

    This book was all A based on the stages of pregnancy labor birth and postnatal care I didn't find it to be midwife centered It actually talked about hospital birth as the norm instead of a birth center or home birthNotesDo not eat foods that could contain listeria such as pate unwashed salads raw milk and blue v

  2. says:

    This book is a basis primer for all those uestions that want to be mamas soon to be mamas or new mamas might google Alas

  3. says:

    This was one of the first pregnancy books I read Since I have opted to work with midwives rather than an obgyn I appreciated that the approach the book took was typically a holistic one focused on minimal intervention and expectant mother advocacy I thought the tone of the book was very approachable It was written mostly in a uestion and answer format and the answers were easy to understand The only reason I de

  4. says:

    Ask A Midwife is an excellent read for new parents or even second time parents as it answers various uestions from the time you are trying for a baby through pregnancy to life after baby Experienced midwives share their professional advice and wisdom by answering than a thousand uestions These uestions and answers are sh

  5. says:

    This was a great uestion answer book It would be particularly helpful to first time moms been there done that moms might not get uite as much out of it I do agree with another poster that some of the uestions are a bit Wow how do you not already know the answer to that? but having spent time on Babycentercom and seeing some of the bewilderingly naive moms to be on there I'm glad there's a book that has those uestions answers for

  6. says:

    I picked up this book at a used book store after finding out I'm pregnant for the first time It's written in an accessible style although the responses to some of the uestions are not super in depth Since I'm a first timer a lot of times I don't even know what uestions I should be asking so I've found it useful to give me a starting point for asking uestions to my doctor and for Googling in order to find out information

  7. says:

    I think all new mamas to be will benefit from this book's inviting and comforting A format Also midwives can offer a perspective tha

  8. says:

    This book was very well written and had very thorough answers However I found myself asking Do people really ask these uestions? I thi

  9. says:

    Very biased against lay midwives

  10. says:

    Definitely a supplemental book but I really liked it for the uick bites of information and photos Glad I read it

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review á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Catherine Parker-Littler

Whether artificial tanning will harm their baby or whether they are likely to pass stools when giving birth This ideal pregnancy companion will inform and reassure all expectant mothe. Very biased against lay midwives

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Here are answers to every kind of uestion from the practical I'm really overweight is it safe to diet while I'm pregnant to the emotional I want to go back to work as soon as possible. This was one of the first pregnancy books I read Since I have opted to work with midwives rather than an obgyn I appreciated that the approach the book took was typically a holistic one focused on minimal intervention and expectant mother advocacy I thought the tone of the book was very approachable It was written mostly in a uestion and answer format and the answers were easy to understand The only reason I deducted a star is that the A format wouldn t make it the easiest book to use for reference I felt like it was good to read all the way through to get an overview of pregnancy in a non intimidating way but if I had specific uestions there are probably other books or resources I would consult first

review á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Catherine Parker-Littler

After I give birth but will it affect my baby Mothers to be will benefit from the expert yet compassionate advice to uestions they may feel uncomfortable asking their doctor such as. Ask A Midwife is an excellent read for new parents or even second time parents as it answers various uestions from the time you are trying for a baby through pregnancy to life after baby Experienced midwives share their professional advice and wisdom by answering than a thousand uestions These uestions and answers are short and precise with ample of photos and illustrations for easy understanding I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book and could not put it down as the uestions were really practical and resourceful