Traducción de natural childbirth en Español:

natural childbirth

parto natural, n.


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    parto natural masculino
    • Most classes include information about natural childbirth.
    • Women who opt for caesarean sections instead of natural childbirth are at far greater risk of catching dangerous infections than was previously thought, a survey has revealed.
    • They claim many worried husbands are afraid of the mess and noise that accompanies natural childbirth.
    • He was born, as were all my sons, during the night, and that is another reason for natural childbirth to happen as close to home as possible.
    • If you were born through natural childbirth, your introduction to breathing may have gone something like this.
    • I had specialists attend to me, but the pregnancy was absolutely uneventful and the natural childbirth was swift and normal.
    • Despite the lack of clarity over risk, increasing numbers of mothers are now demanding a natural childbirth at home.
    • Like many women who had babies in the late 1970s, I was part of the natural childbirth movement.
    • Now that I knew that birth did not have to be an institutional ‘procedure’ I began to read everything that I could on natural childbirth, home birth, and water birth.
    • I've taught natural childbirth classes for 13 years and have attended many births, most of them in hospitals.
    • All of them believed I could have an easy, natural childbirth.
    • In particular, there's dispute over whether a natural childbirth, or delivery by caesarean section, is the best or safest way.
    • Many women still preferred natural childbirth despite the inherent uncertainties of labour.
    • Family physicians and obstetricians need to be aware of this useful method of natural childbirth.
    • As faithful readers may remember, Adam and I really wanted to at least try natural childbirth.
    • The archives are a treasure chest of easily accessible information on all of the aspects of natural childbirth.
    • I think we have failed as childbirth educators because we've framed natural childbirth as just another choice, rather than as the best choice.
    • For decades, advocates of natural childbirth argued that enduring the agonies of delivery without drugs brought its own reward: a sense of accomplishment and empowerment.
    • As a balance to this, there was a move for less state intervention in childbirth and the development of the right for women to have more natural childbirth.