In Your Own Time: How Western Medicine Controls the Start of Labour and why this Needs to Stop

In Your Own Time: How Western Medicine Controls the Start of Labour and why this Needs to Stop
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Publisher : Birthmoon Creations
Total Pages : 204
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ISBN-10 : 1914465024
ISBN-13 : 9781914465024
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Book Synopsis In Your Own Time: How Western Medicine Controls the Start of Labour and why this Needs to Stop by : Sara Wickham

Download or read book In Your Own Time: How Western Medicine Controls the Start of Labour and why this Needs to Stop written by Sara Wickham and published by Birthmoon Creations. This book was released on 2021-11-06 with total page 204 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book helps parents and professionals better understand the issues and the evidence relating to the current induction epidemic. Looks at due dates, 'post-term', older and larger women, suspected big babies, maternal race and more.

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