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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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Couples expect education about the birth process during the prenatal period (Clark, Beatty & Reibel, 2015; Sabatine, 2012).
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.
Chief executive William McKee said expectant mothers would be given their own room for the entire birth process and added: "The room will be adapted so it can cope with the different stages of giving birth.
While the arrival of the child itself is generally viewed positively, the birth process is not.
I think within the next ten years it will become a routine part of the birth process and mums will be asked if they want the cells stored.
Four yoga classes are at the heart of the book, bringing recovering mother and new baby through their first year together, In addition, there are practices for nursing and colic, information about yoga and postpartum depression, a chapter on the birth process and its physical impact, and a final chapter on postpartum conditions.
Episiotomies assist the obstetrician and patient in the birth process, as well as the "passenger.
The idea that infection might play an important role in CP development evolved over the years as it became apparent that in most cases the condition cannot be linked with the birth process.
Kennell, you are an adamant supporter of doulas, and much of your research has focused on the benefits of having a doula present during the birth process.
For example, genital herpes, which is very common, may cause the death of an infected newborn baby, and a baby may become infected during the birth process.
Derricotte gives voice to the excruciating pain and agony of natural birth--"natural" as opposed to the blissful sleep or reduction of pain during the birth process that is induced by anesthesia.