Free Breech Baby Resource

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Are you looking to make more informed choices if your baby ends up being in a breech position? Many expectant parents are led to believe the only and safest option when their baby is breech is to accept a caesarean or abdominal birth. This is not always the case. This handy guide brings you a collection of research and information in order to support you when making a decision that is right for you.

In this free resource you will be able to access the wealth of research that is available on the benefits and risks of different types of birth when babies are in the breech position. Empower yourself to know more and make informed decisions for the benefit of both yourself and your breech baby.

 

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Are you looking to make more informed choices if your baby ends up being in a breech position? Many expectant parents are led to believe the only and safest option when their baby is breech is to accept a caesarean/abdominal birth. This is not always the case. This handy guide brings you a collection of research and information in order to support you when making a decision that is right for you.

In this free resource you will be able to access the wealth of research that is available on the benefits and risks of different types of birth when babies are in the breech position.

Is this guide for me?

You may find this guide handy if you don’t want to have a caesarean, want to explore your options or want to have more information to decide the route you’d like to go down with your breech baby. Countless babies are born vaginally all over the world when they are in the breech position, and so the information in this guide may be useful if you feel you do not have this option but want to consider it.

Knowledge is power! Empower yourself to know more and make informed decisions for the benefit of both yourself and your breech baby. You always have more options than initially appears, and this guide is here to support you on that journey.

Antenatal learning plays a vital role in making birth preferences that are right for you and your specific situation. I work with countless pregnant people both in my group courses and in a one to one setting. Countless babies are born vaginally all over the world when they are in the breech position, and so the information in this guide may be useful if you feel you do not have this option but want to consider it.

As with all Journey Ahead resources, the information in this resource was correct to the best of our ability at the time of writing. It does not constitute medical advice.