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Links to articles related to pregnancy, labour, birth, interventions, postnatal, baby and parenting.

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Interventions

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Caesarean birth
Article on www.huggies.com
A caesarean birth or caesarean section means your baby is born by an operation.
Epidural Anaesthesia
Article on www.everybody.co.nz
Epidural is a kind of anaesthetic (medication to block pain).
Informed Decision Making
Article on www.coffeegroup.org
To make a decision you have to have information to base that decision on. The concise Oxford Dictionary defines decision as quote "settlement (of question etc), conclusion, formal judgement, making up one's mind, resolve, (come to, make, take, a decision): resoluteness, decided character."
Maternal Morbidity Rises Sharply With Repeat Cesareans
Article on www2.eobgynnews.com
Maternal morbidity increases significantly with each subsequent cesarean delivery, according to a large prospective cohort study reported by Robert M. Silver, M.D
Pain relief options in labour
Article by Dr Shepherd (Anaesthetist) about pain relief options in labour.
Possible interventions
Article in www.huggies.com
During delivery there are occasions when it may be necessary to use external medical assistance to help your baby be delivered. Here are a few reasons why it may be necessary to use intervention.
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