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eBook Back Labor No More!!: What Every Woman Should Know Before Labor ePub

by Janie McCoy King

eBook Back Labor No More!!: What Every Woman Should Know Before Labor ePub
Author: Janie McCoy King
Language: English
ISBN: 092621800X
ISBN13: 978-0926218000
Publisher: Plenary Systems; 1st edition (June 1, 1994)
Pages: 126
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 623
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ePub file: 1466 kb
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I believe if more women had this information the hours of labor would be way shorter. I am so thankful for this book. Janie McCoy King writes in a way that any woman can understand. The pictures and practice exercises help as well. They are also fast with the shipping.

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What Causes Upper Back Pain?

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What Every Woman Should Know Before Labor do s. About three weeks before his due date I felt a strange, uncomfortable pain when I was upright and especially when I was walking.

What Every Woman Should Know Before Labor do so. It has more detail and some case histories that are interesting. We believe these improved its helpfulness. I felt that the baby was ready to come, but he didn’t.

Publisher: Dallas : Plenary Systems, 1993. All Authors, Contributors: Janie McCoy King. Find more information about

Publisher: Dallas : Plenary Systems, 1993. Find more information about: Janie McCoy King. ISBN: 092621800X 9780926218000.

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Labor and delivery is a huge topic for first time moms. This is one of those trick questions because every woman is different, every baby is different, and every labor and delivery is different. You dream of this day for months and you just want everything to go perfectly. After all there is nothing more exciting than meeting your bundle of joy for the first time. Even veteran moms will tell you that each of their deliveries was unique and you can’t really predict exactly how it is going to go. First time moms often find themselves nervous or fearful of the pain, weary of pain medication, and generally overwhelmed by the entire process.

Could that have been pre-labor or early labor signs since I'm 8 days .

Could that have been pre-labor or early labor signs since I'm 8 days overdue? I woke up a little while ago and haven't felt those, but have been getting front contractions for a while now but they are scattered in timing and don't last very long (about ten to fifteen seconds at most). ALSO, does the baby move a lot before birth? I read somewhere that the baby will stop moving as much. My little guy has felt a lot more active over the past two days. my thought it that you're certainly making progress, but you should be checked since you're so late to make sure theres nothing amiss, and no fetal distress. And just to generalize how progressed you are. 0.

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WinDImmortaL
I have birthed 6 children at home. 5 deliveries had back labor. I was expecting #6 and desperate to avoid another back labor birth. I did everything I knew of. (Chiropractor, homeopathy, exercises, Scripture etc.....) I finally found this book on the web, and ordered it. (One copy from Amazon and another straight from the Author.) Janie (the Author) must have heard my fears and called me personally and encouraged me with story after story of impossible births being delivered with ease using her methods. I read her (very) simple book and when the time came, I delivered my 6th child in approx. 90 min. This was truly the shortest birth I've had. (I've had very long and painful ones). If I relaxed on the belly lifts (read the book), I was in extreme agony, but the pain instantly stopped when I continued using her method. My only regret: I truly wished I had this knowledge from the beginning. My recovery was significantly faster and I wasn't in back pain for months after.

I have tried to share this book or give it away to help others. If you haven't had back labor before, you don't see the need. My Sister in law started labor (her 4th child, 1st at home) and found she was having the same troubles. I taught her the simple method (with her husband's help) and her baby was born in less than an hour. Her easiest birth ever! However her midwives were believing she'd have a rough delivery and have to go to the hospital again. They were so shocked when she delivered her son at home before they could get there!

If you think you might ever experience back labor, please get the book and avoid the suffering you DON"T have to put up with!!!!!!
Janie King's passion is to teach other women how to avoid the needless pain, and avoid the drugs and surgery (and expenses) of other options, I thank God for her book every time I think of delivery!
Opimath
I am so glad that I ordered this book before I had my baby. So easy to understand and use the techniques. I had a really short labor, but when the back labor began, I tried the belly lift technique just to try to get some relief. I should have heeded the author's advice(be where you want to have your baby when you do this!) as I had my baby in less than 20 minutes afterward!!!! I believe if more women had this information the hours of labor would be way shorter. I am so thankful for this book. I guess that I was empowered by it and I really enjoyed the fact that it helped me redirect my daughter from my tailbone to the birth canal and that damn back labor was over!!! lol! Really, if you are thinking about buying it, you will enjoy it and you can meet your sweet little one faster with less of that back labor pain!!! Thank you again for this book. They are also fast with the shipping.Back Labor No More!!: What Every Woman Should Know Before Labor
Yozshujinn
If this book had been written before my daughter was born she wouldn't be an only child, but my 43 hours of back labor convinced my husband that one baby was enough. If we had known the simple techniques presented in this book her birth would have been at least a day and a half sooner. I first heard about it from Tony Crisp's website. He assisted in a home birth, even though he had no previous birthing experience and the woman was able to deliver in a very short time even though she had had problems with her first birthing experience. Now my daughter is having a baby and we do have the book and we're making sure that her nurses and doctor know all about the way to turn the baby so that unlike his mother, my soon-to-be grandson can find the exit a little more quickly. This book is a must-read for anyone having babies, or birthing babies.
terostr
Had a 20hr labor with hospital transfer with our daughter for excruciating back pain. Using the techniques in this book, I had a 2.25hr labor and a beautiful home birth with our son!
Zaryagan
After having terrible back labour with my first child I WANTED to change the outcome of the second. I googled back labour and this book was one of the first things that popped up. I am due in four months so I can't rate the technique discussed in the book. However, I WILL be using it!!! I can rate the book though. The concept is so simple and seems easy to use during labour. Janie McCoy King writes in a way that any woman can understand. The pictures and practice exercises help as well. It is a quick read. I have read it once and plan to read it again closer to the due date.

After purchasing the book I received a phone call from the author herself, who told me about other women's experiences and gave me tips on some do's and don'ts. I will never forget her generosity and helpfulness. Definitely recommend this book to any women whether it is your first child or tenth.
Kerdana
In my opinion, I feel the information in this book could have been stated in one paragraph. Most of this book appears to be dedicated to marketing, claiming that doing an "abdominal lift" for women in labor, results with dramatic relief of back pain, followed by a rapid birth.

In my many years of experience, I find that it is extremely helpful for women to labor out of bed, period. Being in bed seems to be endemic in our western medical system, which is scientifically proven to slow labor progress.

I have had my last 2 women in labor, use this abdominal-lift method during their labors, as one tool, out of several used in labor. There were no miracles associated with it.

I would not recommend this book for women to read, it is a great deal of money, in my opinion for describing this simple maneuver. I am likely to recommend women to visit the website 'spinningbabies.com', which provides much great information and many tools for women to help optimize their unborn baby's position.
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