Hospital Tips for Having a Baby (Pregnancy Health Guru)



I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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90% of pregnant women deliver their baby in a hospital. These tips can make your hospital delivery a bit easier. More Labor & Childbirth tips: pregnancy.healthguru.com

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  1. 247blueheaven says:

    Here is a tip- STAY OUT OF THE HOSPITAL and have your baby at home!! Especially if you want the best for your baby and self.

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  3. Judge Judy is a Doctor now?

  4. janinebloom81 says:

    @bellbirthing focusing for the epidural is completely different than focusing through delivery, having done it both ways I can comment. Maybe someday after having contractions squeeze your spine for days on end, you can comment on how easy it is to sit through an epidural and delivery. All 3 of mine were intense back labor, my last being at 43 weeks and hard contractions for over 72 hours easily.

  5. janinebloom81 says:

    @swiggey2 I’m 29 and have now given birth to 3 children, my children are 11 months, 2 years and 6 years. I have had an epidural with my younger children. It did help me as my 2nd son was over 10Lbs, but it is not for everyone obviously. You can’t see the needle, and it depends on the hospital if they allow partners to stay, mine didn’t because I had known back problems so it was a precaution, but this is not always the case.

  6. JoeBlowMadeItGo says:

    @MelissaBeeThree You obviously have never read Dr Leonard horowitz’s works then have you? Anybody that thinks vaccines are safe is a complete idiot.! My mother was a LPN for 40 years and worked in every dept a hospital has in it. She told me not to trust Doctors unless its a broken bone or some pressing emergancy that cannot wait. She told me that doctors are corrupt and not to trust them. Think about this for a sec – doctors used to dig up cadavers and cut them up years ago – thats criminal huh

  7. MzProgressive says:

    @MelissaBeeThree Oh and BTW, if the pharmaceutical companies who lobby State Legislatures to “mandate” vaccinations for children were so concerned for their health, why would they have asked Congress to pass a law (which it did) that bars you from suing them, if you or your child, has been injured by a vaccine? And BTW, Did you know that pharmas do THEIR OWN “clinical trials”? No “third party” tests these drugs; & the FDA is in the habit of “believing” whatever “result” they come up with.

  8. MzProgressive says:

    @swiggey2 Epidurals are for dulling pain. If you are confident in your ability to “work with” the natural pain of childbirth, instead of relying upon drugs, it may be better for both you and your baby. Plan on going to a LaMaze class, which teaches breathing techniques to help you relax in the process; and remember, knowledge is power. If you know what to expect, that helps too. Please see the remark of the Doula (birthing coach) above. Many feel hospitals overtreat the birthing process.

  9. MzProgressive says:

    @MelissaBeeThree First, given-per the all-pervasive pharmaceutical advertising, and the complicity of the AMA and FDA, you’d HAVE to have done your “homework” in order to have taken such a stand against vaccinations. In New York State, Hepatitis is given to NEWBORNS! Crazy! As someone who has worked on medical malpractice suits, IMO if you rely upon the confidence of “first, do no harm” to protect your family, you are woefully naive. Doctors are humans, not gods; they make mistakes too.

  10. MelissaBeeThree says:

    I really hope that those people who choose not to vaccinate their children are doing proper research. These vaccinations have been researched and trialled clinically and I don’t believe my doctor would recommend anything that would cause me or my children harm, It is their mandate to “First, do no harm.” Conspiracy theories against vaccinations can be harmful to entire populations.

  11. I’m 19 and plan on getting pregnant hopefully before 25. I’ve always heard people say “make sure the get the epidural” but I have watched several videos. People commented that the epidural is VERY PAINFUL, and that somewhat worries me. Especially because it’s in the back. Plus, this video says the partner isn’t allowed in the room, which worries me slightly because I get jittery around needles and pain. Are they ushered out for sanitary issues?

  12. Que horror de estrias!coitada,acabou-se,pois não tem cura.

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  14. im4naruto says:

    All of his videos look like porn

  15. GuitarRockinChick18 says:

    @amyj86 it is really stupid lol i had an epidural a couple weeks ago (they were doing an outpatient procedure in the hospital to try and turn my baby because she was stuck. my uterus is really long but not wide enough for her to turn on her own lol) and my husband was there with me the entire time. I wouldnt have allowed them to do anything without him there because i know he would be my voice and my eyes and ears.

  16. GuitarRockinChick18 says:

    @o0katiekins0o that is WONDERFUL!!! Thank you so much! I hope i can find one in time now lol i have a week left until my due date, but she might come earlier. (they’re worried she’s going to be over 9 pounds or something, but i know those ultrasounds arent accurate at measuring the babies lol) Thank you thank you thank you!!!!

  17. GuitarRockinChick18 says:

    @Imogen1885 I get the same looks and comments when i said i wanted to homebirth and no pain meds. They call me crazy, they say indirectly that im a “bad mom” because im not in a hospital, etc. It’s really nerve wracking! I just wanna slap the crap out of some of the people, but i know it wont do them any good. I applaud you for your awesome courage and beautiful birthing choice! 😀

  18. bewustwording says:

    a friend of me was being told that she couldn’t get pregnant and now they have a healthy daughter. She’s purchased an interesting ebook which i’ve put on my channel that helped her to get pregnant she says. This proofs once again that doctors and scientist make mistakes. Nature is simply nature… I believe it’s all about the way of thinking.

  19. Imogen1885 says:

    @voxmel Sounds like you are going to make a great parent. Well done for being skeptical of vaccines. The sheeple out there inject poisons into their baby’s immature immune systems all the time because someone tells them to. It’s insane.

  20. @Imogen1885 I think you hit a key point also when you said they were NEVER vaccinated. Those vaccines can be very, very harmful and most people don’t realize this when they get them. I agree with you, if you breast feed, it should equip the baby with all the antibodies it needs to stay healthy. And if they do get sick on occasion, they should be able to develop an immunity to the illness. Yes, these vaccinations are bad news. 🙁

  21. Imogen1885 says:

    @voxmel I had my two daughters at home. They are now 23 and 20 years old. They were homebirthed, breast fed and NEVER vaccinated. They are very healthy and very successful in life. A healthy birth gives long term benefits too. I got the same ignorant comments when I announced I was having home births. People said “who is going to give you the epidural?” I laughed. Yes, it was painful. But it was worth every moment of pain to give my daughters the best start in life.

  22. @TouljaSo The reason they don’t want the woman’s partner there is because if they screw up, they don’t want anyone to be a witness to a lawsuit. That’s why they make people turn off their video cameras also. As I said above, the hospital doesn’t necessarily have your best interest in mind.

  23. Another thing to remember is when you birth at home or in a birth center, your $ goes to the midwife and her practice. He or she works for you, and has your best interest in mind. When you birth in a hospital, your $ goes to corporate bankers. Hospitals don’t work for you, they work for the corporate bankers, and they don’t always have your best interest in mind. Their motivation is $, and they’ll do whatever they can to up their profits, even if it’s totally unnecessary.

  24. Another thing to remember is when you birth at home or in a birth center, your $ goes to the midwife and her practice. He or she works for you, and has your best interest in mind. When you birth in a hospital, your $ goes to corporate bankers. Hospitals don’t work for you, they work for the corporate bankers, and they don’t always have your best interest in mind. Their motivation is $, and they’ll do whatever they can to up their profits, even if it’s totally unnecessary.

  25. @Imogen1885 I so agree with you but every time I say that non-hospital births are not only a viable alternative, they are actually safer for mom and baby, I get all sorts of hate comments. But the fact is, American hospitals have the highest infant mortality rate of any civilized country in the world., and we’re spreading our filthy and unnecessary practices throughout the world. Everyone should educate themselves before giving birth rather than handing their births over to a medical staff.

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