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Keep Your Baby With You

by Maxine
Posted July 20 2011 10:40am
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In the moments right after birth, babies go through an amazing and challenging transition. Whether or not all the changes babies experience will happen safely and easily depends in large part on the care babies and mothers receive right after birth.

Download a PDF of the information in this video.

More videos from this series:

  1. Introduction to Safe and Healthy Birth
  2. Let Labour Begin on Its Own
  3. Walk, Move, and Change Positions
  4. Have Continuous Support
  5. Avoid Unnecessary Interventions
  6. Get Upright and Follow Urges to Push
  7. Keep Your Baby With You
  8. Everyday Miracles: A Celebration of Birth

 

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