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Synonyms for birth

Synonyms for birth

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

noble rank or status by birth

to give birth to

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Although the birth process was not affected by creatine, the number of low-birthweight piglets crushed by their mother was reduced," Vallet says.
The women are all passionate about supporting women and their families through the entire birth process and providing information to enable women to make informed choices.
Drawing on these experiences--and her own as a mother of three--she offers an informative guide to help women understand the birth process, prepare for giving birth, decrease their fears, develop a birthing plan, gain support from hospital staff, and avoid unnecessary interventions.
"Hip-Pocket Papa" is an amazing, visually rich journey through the birth process of the tiny, Australian hip-pocket frog.
Coverage includes an overview of the recent history and trends in intrapartum practice; the struggle over "ways of knowing" in childbirth; challenges facing childbirth education; changes in birth environments; developments in normal labor, particularly in relation to the labor process paradigm; developments around the third and fourth stage of labor; the importance of attitude in the birth process; complementary therapies in labor; midwifery skills for normalizing unusual births; birth as a peak experience; sexuality in labor and birth; spirituality and labor care; feminist perspectives on childbirth; and a vision for birth in the 21st century.
Miller (2003) argued that this reliance on expert knowledge and opinion can lead to a culture of dependency on the maternity care provider, which results in birthing women experiencing a loss of control over the birth process.
The key aspect of the use of hypnotherapy in the birth process is the involvement of the patient before the labor process begins, so that she can assist the physician in the labor and delivery (Oster, 1994).
For babies, a natural birth squeezes fluid of out their lungs, helping them breathe, and the birth process itself boosts their circulation.
Chapters 14 to 16 are concerned with the birth process and infants.
However, most births take place in hospital settings, which means that many women have no continuity of care between antenatal and delivery care, and that the birth process is medicalised rather than woman-centred.
In my group, we have danced at each child's birth and helped the mother move and breath through the birth process," says Amen.
I always suggest that my clients have a plan, outline the things that they feel are important in the birth process, and then be willing to be flexible, as things rarely go as planned and anything can happen in the process.
While the arrival of the child itself is generally viewed positively, the birth process is not.
Psychologist Cynthia McVey, of Glasgow Caledonian University, said: "The rise reflects the fact women today want to avoid the 'medicalisation' of the birth process that occurs in hospital.