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By Cheryl A. Hunter, Abby Hurst
This ebook contextualizes how having a doula, or labor-support lady, current in the course of childbirth ends up in decrease charges of scientific interventions. American girls are inundated with perspectives that childbirth is inherently dicy, their our bodies poor, and hence inspired to just accept the medicalized nature of childbirth leading to excessive charges of unwarranted interventions that may pose major probability in a regular being pregnant. Why is birthing with a doula varied? The narratives during this booklet aid the idea that doulas usually query the excessive charges of scientific interventions in childbirth, essentially accommodation a critique in regards to the medicalization of childbirth to the ladies they serve. those tales proportion a really varied philosophy approximately childbirth; one the place the feminine physique is able, resilient, and never commonly requiring exterior scientific intervention. Doulas input right into a care-provider dating that makes a speciality of the event of the delivery as anything transformative, to be venerated and based at the woman’s physique in an lively position within the technique. finally, doulas version to their consumers either love and advocacy simply because doulas think that modeling those behaviors will translate as ladies develop into moms in the course of the strategy of childbirth.
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The class didn’t really cover what would happen in an emergency. (Marc, father) Marc’s perception that he was in the way during his wife’s c-sections shows how frustration and stress can alter the perception of what is really happening. Marc was feeling as if his presence was superfluous, and as such may have misinterpreted what the doctors and nurses were telling him in terms of him being with his wife during her c-sections. His story highlights the importance of providing clear instructions and expectations to the male partner.
An increase in job responsibilities and requirements has been found to be the primary reason nurses are unable to provide continuous labor support to their patients. Lack of training in labor support techniques and personal assumptions regarding on whom responsibility toward labor support falls upon are the other main causes of limited labor support by obstetric nurses. Obstetric nurses are typically responsible for caring for more than one laboring patient. With each patient, there is extensive documentation that must be completed, as well as monitoring of vital signs and labor progression.
However, the focus of the research was on how doulas and women established relationships and the perceptions of how those positive relationships impacted women; therefore, it is the positive and transformative relationships that were of most interest to the researchers. Both women and doula participants regarded and described the birth experience as transformative. Doulas often began describing the experience of childbirth beginning with their drive to their client’s house. They described their own experience of waking up in the middle of the night, leaving their homes and families, and driving to somewhere where they knew a baby was going to be born: “It’s a very special feeling driving in the middle of the night somewhere knowing that I am about to be at this amazing, unpredictable event.
Understanding Doulas and Childbirth: Women, Love, and Advocacy by Cheryl A. Hunter, Abby Hurst