Benefits of a Labor Doula
When you combine a Perinatal Nurse, a Childbirth Educator, and a Labor Support Doula you are equipped with a powerful source for your labor support.
Nurses develop keen senses to recognize variations in fetal well-being and variables disturbing the progression of labor. These are skills that follow your nurse as your labor doula.
Your doula is equipped to:
~Powerfully help you remember your commitment in an environment that sometimes advocates for something else.
~Provide information through evidenced based knowledge and experience
~Offer continuous physical and emotional support
~Provide recommendations aimed to promote fetal well-being and foster the progression of labor
~Navigate the hospital setting with ease
~Advocate for the non-medicated labor experience desired
~See both sides, comprehend, and facilitate your understanding of necessary medical interventions
~Help you maintain your standards of care and set boundaries with confidence
~Help facilitate communication between you and your healthcare team
~Assist you in developing a straightforward birth plan to communicate your desires
~Bring you closer to the pleasant and peaceful birth story you may be proud to remember and share