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eBook Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding ePub

by Ina May Gaskin

  • ISBN: 190517733X
  • Category: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Ina May Gaskin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pinter & Martin Ltd; UK ed. edition (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1513 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1120 kb
  • Other: azw doc mobi txt
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 875

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I skipped the entire first half of the book after realizing it is all "positive birth stories" from Ina May's previous patients.

I skipped the entire first half of the book after realizing it is all "positive birth stories" from Ina May's previous patients. The second half of the book is less about techniques or tools to help you through, and more about Ina May's personal experiences as a midwife, and different notions about how we think about labor and delivery. Ina May doesn't like the word contraction.

Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance. Ina May's Guide to Childbirth.

Электронная книга "Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding: From the Nation's Leading Midwife", Ina May Gaskin. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding: From the Nation's Leading Midwife" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

We will ship the box of books worldwide, but if the winner is based in the US or Canada, we will substitute Dr Jack Newman's Guide to Breastfeeding, Beyond the Sling and Sweet Sleep with books of a similar value as we don't have the rights to those two books there. 22 December 2014 ·. Pinter & Martin.

Ina May Gaskin, the premier direct-entry midwife in the United States, presents a guide for breastfeeding. Another great thing about Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding is that it touches upon the crucial point that breastfeeding isn't easy just because it is natural

Ina May Gaskin, the premier direct-entry midwife in the United States, presents a guide for breastfeeding. Ina May's Birkenstocks are definitely showing in this book, and there is a crunchy granola, alternative medicine slant to all the advice. Her breastfeeding guide gives the same basic information as most other breastfeeding books but from a naturopathic hippie perspective. Another great thing about Ina May's Guide to Breastfeeding is that it touches upon the crucial point that breastfeeding isn't easy just because it is natural.

Inspiring as well as informative, Ina May’s Guide to Breastfeeding is a powerful and practical guide filled with helpful advice, medical facts and real-life stories that will help mothers understand how and why breastfeeding works and how they can use it to more deeply connect with.

Inspiring as well as informative, Ina May’s Guide to Breastfeeding is a powerful and practical guide filled with helpful advice, medical facts and real-life stories that will help mothers understand how and why breastfeeding works and how they can use it to more deeply connect with their children and their own bodies without fear, inhibition, or embarrassment. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Ina May Gaskin (born March 8, 1940) is an American midwife who has been described as "the mother of authentic midwifery

Ina May Gaskin (born March 8, 1940) is an American midwife who has been described as "the mother of authentic midwifery. She helped found the self-sustaining community, The Farm, with her husband Stephen Gaskin in 1971 where she markedly launched her career in midwifery. She is known for the Gaskin Maneuver, has written several books on midwifery and childbirth, and continues to educate society through lectures and conferences and spread her message of natural, old-age inspired, fearless childbirth.

Inspiring as well as informative, Ina Mays Guide to Breastfeeding is a powerful and practical guide filled with helpful advice, medical facts and real-life stories that will help . Ina May Gaskin is an international treasure.

Inspiring as well as informative, Ina Mays Guide to Breastfeeding is a powerful and practical guide filled with helpful advice, medical facts and real-life stories that will help mothers understand how and why breastfeeding works and how they can use it to more deeply connect with their children and their own bodies without fear, inhibition, or embarrassment. Her new guide to breastfeeding is the best thing ever written on the subject. A must-have for all pregnant women interested in the best start for their babies.

25 4 5 Author: Ina May Gaskin Narrator: Margaret Strom. Drawing on her decades of experience in caring for pregnant women, mothers, and babies, Ina May Gaskin explores the health and psychological benefits of breastfeeding and gives you invaluable practical advice that will help you nurse your baby in the most fulfilling way possible.

Ina May’s Guide to Natural Childbirth takes the fear out of childbirth by restoring women’s faith in their own natural power to give birth with more ease, less pain, and less medical intervention. Everything you need to know to make breastfeeding a joyful, natural, and richly fulfilling experience for both you and your baby

From the nation's leading midwife and the author of "Ina May's Guide to Childbirth" comes this deeply compassionate and comprehensive guide to making breastfeeding a joyful experience for both mother and child. b&w illustrations throughout.

Comments

Friert Friert
I didn't know the first thing about breastfeeding, but when I became pregnant with my son I knew I wanted to give him the best start to life I possibly could. This book was recommended to me by a friend and I'm so glad I ordered it. I read this throughout my pregnancy and whenever I had a problem in the early weeks of nursing. I know this book is why I have been successful! Going on 5 months of breastfeeding now and not stopping any time soon. Thank you Ina May!!!!
Amarin Amarin
I enjoyed reading the Guide to Childbirth while pregnant, so I picked this one up to answer a few questions about breastfeeding. While the book does give you confidence and explain the how-to's of many aspects of breastfeeding, it did not answer my questions on cluster feeding, overactive letdown, and such. I do recommend every breastfeeding mom to read her books, just remember that they haven't been updated in awhile. Life has gotten more open and accepting to breastfeeding since this book was last published.
Runehammer Runehammer
I struggled with breastfeeding a whole bunch. Once I decided to take it into my own hands I read cover to cover at least 4 breastfeeding books. This hands down was the best one. I trust her because what she said works.
Frey Frey
I'm a family physician who does obstetric. I recommend this book to my patients. It has realistic and encouraging information that is especially helpful for first-time moms. My only complaint is that it was written in a time where doctors and hospitals over medicalized labor so it makes comments about hospital births that may not be accurate. It also doesn't mention family medicine as an option for your pregnancy. Other than that, the advice is spot on. I use examples from the book even when talking to patients who don't want to buy it read it.
Wal Wal
This book is an absolute MUST HAVE for mama's interested in breastfeeding. As a first time mom I was blown away by what I didn't know before reading this book. Ina May provides honest advice and detailed information to help support your breastfeeding journey. You also get incredible and inspiring stories from Ina May about mother's she has worked with over her many years of real world practice.
Chankane Chankane
I bought this book because I really enjoyed Ina May's Guide to Childbirth and wanted to prepare for breastfeeding so it seemed like a good choice. Yes, there is a chunk in the beginning that touts the benefits of breastmilk, but you'll find that in any book. It does seem less preachy than some other breastfeeding resources I've looked at, which I appreciate.

There's a ton of information in the book, and I think it works as a stand alone book. I read it quickly as a bit of an overview, because there's no way that I could remember all of the little tricks and stuff prior to having a baby in my arms. But I will definitely be looking back at this book as a resource as we get started.
Unirtay Unirtay
I am a post-partum nurse. I thought I knew a lot about breastfeeding, but Ina May proved that I still have a lot to learn. This book is filled with wonderful (evidence based!) tips for breastfeeding your baby. I've already used so many of the insightful stories, facts and suggestions in my practice. Many women think that they simply aren't made to breastfeed, but after reading this book I think a lot of those women would feel more empowered to stick with it and do what is best for themselves and their babies.
Gave me way more confidence. Want to reframe the conversation. Breastfeeding doesn't have to be "really hard" or "a struggle". It's a learning curve and uncomfortable at first but I think we've depowered women to the point of stripping their capabilities.