Pregnancy App Article: "Planning ahead: Doulas"

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Thinking ahead… If you feel you could benefit from an extra person to lean on either during labour or after the birth, you might look into hiring a doula. 

The word ‘doula’ comes from ancient Greek, meaning ‘handmaiden’. There are two types of doula: a birth doula, who gets to know you during pregnancy and offers antenatal support, but is primarily there for the birth; and a postnatal or baby doula, who helps after the birth, supports you through breastfeeding, shows you how to look after your baby and possibly helps by keeping the house in order or cooking meals.

Doulas do tend to get booked up, so give yourself time to find someone you feel comfortable with. DoulaUK’s website is a good place to start. Trainee doulas may offer cheaper rates than more experienced ones.
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My doula was brilliant. I was scared to death of labour and I knew that neither my husband nor I knew enough to fully understand the delivery process when our time came. She knew exactly what I wanted and helped to communicate our needs successfully to the midwife team. It was also lovely to have a friendly face there at shift changes.
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A doula is what you would want your ideal mother to be. She’s your support through pregnancy, labour and beyond. She doesn’t come between you and your partner; she supports you both. She doesn’t do anything clinical or medical. She is a constant presence through your labour and birth.
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