Getting The Best For Your Baby And You
Being pregnant or having just had a baby, you may be faced with the dilemma of whether to use modern or traditional practices during pregnancy and the postnatal confinement period in order to give both you and baby the best of care.
Both methods have their own merits and what works for some may not work for others because everyone is an individual. Maybe we should use both methods as a complement to each other rather than against each other. Therefore, I hope that the information here will help you in your decisions.
Last but not least, I would like to dedicate this website to all you mothers and mothers to be and of course to the papas without whose help, we will not be able to become mothers.
Your cyber midwife
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In the article below Dr. Randal Neustaedter presents a holistic approach to dealing with the condition.
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