5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Completely amazing experience,
This review is from: The Gentle Birth Method: The Month-by-month Jeyarani Way Programme (Paperback)
Im 30 weeks pregnant and have been following this book since 6 weeks. Yes the book would benefit from an index but other than that i find the information clear and concise with relevant evidence supporting each recomendation.
Im the only one of my pregnant friends that has followed this book (despite me asking them to at least read about it) and so far so good, Ive had no ailments, no stretch marks no swollen joints. my baby is currently measuring perfectly on the fundal height chart. I am nearly half the size of a friend at a similar point in her pregnancy and have suffered no nausea or sickness at all
This book has really made me feel in control of my pregnany, and taken away any ignorance or preconceptions I may have had about the whole experience, Im weirdly actually looking forward to giving birth and meeting my child
So far i havent had any of the treatments, my husband does give me a few tummy massages a week. I do recommend the teas and the salt programme tho, and i think every mum should take MorDHA there are so many benefits to your child!
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Initial post: 26 Nov 2009 15:08:58 GMT
C. Hurst says:
To follow up - I finished full time work at 38 weeks and my daughter was born weighing just over 7lbs 3 days after my due date. I came home 6 hours after she was born with no intervention and just gas and air and was back in my jeans a week later. I am now thinking about my next pregnancy and will definitly be following this book again. I totally disagree with people who say this is too expensive or time consuming
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