Birthing center vs. hospital -- all the details on delivering at either! http://thestir.cafemom.com/pregnancy/172309/birthing_center_vs_hospital_where?utm_medium=sm&utm_source=pinterest&utm_content=thestir&newsletter

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If you are birthing in a birth center or at home.. your "hospital bag" is going to look way different. For birth centers (and obvious at home births) you're not staying overnight at a hospital or spending any extended periods of time in one, so there are tons of things you don't need to worry about toting along. From homeopathic to essential oils - see what I take with me for my natural labor and delivery

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Download this free list of questions to ask a midwife during an interview printable to take with you to your first appointment.

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Low risk births are just that, low risk. The chances of needing an emergency cesarean birth are diminished when you are not using any medical interventions to either numb you from the pain or augment the labor pattern artificially. When you listen to your body’s needs, you may crave sips of coconut water, bites of fruit and a bit of a protein bar to help refuel as you navigate your marathon.

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Is a birth center birth right for you? See the pros and cons of giving birth at a birth center, plus how to find the best natural childbirth center & more. http://www.mamanatural.com/birth-center/

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printable birth center supply checklist What to bring with you to an out of hospital birth!

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