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The Birth Debrief: Reflecting on pregnancy, Reframing birth, Redefining post-partum

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information for partners about breastfeeding and how best to support breastfeeding women, taking into account the woman's preferences about the partner's involvement We tend to get through birth, even in our medically advanced world, with a sigh of relief that we made it, physically alive and with a baby to take home. And that is all that matters. We speak about Kristyn's journey to parenthood and how her plans to homebirth her first baby ended in an emergency c-section at 37 weeks gestation.

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signs of effective feeding so the woman knows her baby is getting enough milk (it is not possible to overfeed a breastfed baby; see also recommendation 1.5.14) For a short explanation of why the committee made the recommendations and how they might affect practice, see the rationale and impact section on communication between healthcare professionals at transfer of care.

There are many factors that helped to make this a reality, not least my debrief session with Illy, but also all the many months that I have followed Illy and taken in her powerful words for which I will be forever grateful. It had been 4 years since the birth of my son and finally getting over fear of no sleep I’m due my second in a month. Nobody prepares you for pregnancy, birth and the fourth trimester aka postpartum. They just say it’s painful and it’s hard but why aren’t we preparing women for this like we do for a marathon. What if we stopped fearing pain and created support systems for this phase with coping tools, skills and our own little village of support.

The Birth Debrief: Reflecting on pregnancy, Reframing birth

Thrive – Psychological Support for Birth Trauma and Lossis being piloted in east Kent, as a joint partnership between the Kent and Medway Partnership Trust’s (KMPT’s) Specialist Psychologists in the Perinatal Mental Health Community Service (PMHCS), Specialist Mental Health Midwives at the East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust (EKHUFT) and Peer Support Workers: women with lived experience of birth trauma and birth loss. persistent or severe headache, which could indicate hypertension, pre‑eclampsia, postdural-puncture headache, migraine, intracranial pathology or infectionFollowing childbirth some people may feel that they have been left with many unanswered questions, which have left them feeling like they may need to speak to someone. For many, there is a need to have their feelings validated and understood. For a short explanation of why the committee made the recommendations and how they might affect practice, see the rationale and impact section on assessing breastfeeding. This week Illy answers a question about how to communicate more effectively with your partner among the frustrations, tiredness and stresses of parenting. If you’ve been badly affected by your birth experience and think you could have PTSD, seek help from a counsellor or PTSD expert. Your GP should be able to refer you or recommend a service.

The Birth Debrief by Illiyin Morrison | Hachette UK The Birth Debrief by Illiyin Morrison | Hachette UK

In today's episode I interview Kristyn B, she is a fierce homebirth and women's rights advocate and she also happens to be my eldest sister. If you have tried all these options and are still not happy with the standard of care you had, you may wish to consult a solicitor. Though this will cost money and is usually a last resort. What will happen next time?If you are having another baby, make sure you get the care that you need. If you are still under the care of your midwife you could also ask them for a referral too.' What are the benefits of a birth debrief?I’ve just given birth to my second child and this time we had a really positive experience, worlds apart from the first. I was clear with what I wanted, I was listened to, I was well cared for and post birth I feel like myself which was my ultimate goal.

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For a short explanation of why the committee made the recommendation and how it might affect practice, see the rationale and impact section on lactation suppression. This guideline uses the term 'woman' or 'mother' and includes all people who have given birth, even if they may not identify as women or mothers. 'Woman' is generally used but in some instances, 'mother' is used when referring to her in relation to her baby. For a short explanation of why the committee made the recommendations and how they might affect practice, see the rationale and impact section on assessment and care of the baby. For a short explanation of why the committee made the recommendations and how they might affect practice, see the rationale and impact section on principles of care.If it would be helpful, you can also request your notes from the hospital you gave birth at and we can use these to help - however this is not necessary. However, I also combine this with a birth debrief as an independent midwife if that would be helpful for you. Sometimes the combination of being able to understand more fully what happened and then being able to help your mind process it better and distance yourself from the strong emotions you associate with it (using 3 step rewind) can be especially effective. I teach this in person or over Zoom - whatever is easiest for you! expressing breast milk (by hand or with a breast pump) as part of breastfeeding and how it can be useful; safe storage and preparation of expressed breast milk; and the dangers of 'prop' feeding

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