Medical Interventions & Cesarean Class
Labor and birth are normal and natural processes. Your body knows what to do. Sometimes, though, situations arise that may require you to be in the hospital longer than maybe you planned. This class builds off of Labor Prep to talk you through all of the major things that could come up in the hospital setting - tools to help you have a healthy baby/mom and vaginal birth. Understand why certain things may be suggested, learn how to work with your hospital care team and navigate those conversations, make informed decisions and have a baseline of what to expect!
This class combined with Labor Prep (purchase as the "Childbirth Bundle" and get $ off) equals a traditional childbirth class. Take both previously recorded live online classes and you don't have to take a hospital or group class - do it all from the comfort of your own home, at your own pace. <just add on a hospital tour though so you know the lay of the land>
BONUS: purchase once and have LIFETIME access! j
Class includes the Bundle Birth Plan and Packing List. Have questions after the class? No problem! Reach out to me via email and I'll answer them!
Cozy up with some yummy snacks, your computer, partner or support team and grow in confidence together as she walks you through some common variations of normal and interventions used in the hospital setting to help you achieve a healthy mom, baby and vaginal birth. Sarah also discusses when a Cesarean Birth would be necessary and how to make the most of the experience.
"My goal is to empower you with tools to make your own informed decisions and make the hospital experience not seem so scary. I will bundle you with education, evidence, tools, support and confidence by setting a strong foundation of knowledge from an expert who has been there." - Sarah
Your hospital team - whose there?
Doctor vs Midwife? What's the difference?
Talking to your team
Informed decision making
Setting realistic expectations
Induction of labor
Breaking the water
IV pain medication
Why would some women need a Cesarean Birth?
It's going to be FUN!