Pregnancy & Childbirth
In part one, we will cover basic information so you can recognize when labor starts, know when to come to the hospital, know what to expect when you arrive at the hospital, and be aware of indications for a cesarean birth. In part two, we will discuss options available for dealing with the pain of labor and birth such as comfort measures, analgesics and anesthetics, and the importance of your support persons. We feature videos of vaginal and cesarean births, and epidural administration.
This 4-hour course can be taken all in one day on a weekend, or over the course of 2 weeknights.
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The fee is per couple.
Related Class Alternative: Our online childbirth class, Understanding Birth e-class >>
If this class is held during your dinner hour, we encourage you to either eat before you come to class or to bring snack food with you to eat during class. Notify Resources for Women if you need assistance due to a disability recognized by the ADA.
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