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Women's Health
  • Author:
    elisabeth bing
  • ISBN:
    0553104209
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553104202
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  • Publisher:
    Bantam; Rev Ed edition (1978)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Women's Health
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Elisabeth Bing's classic book on the Lamaze method guides women through the physical and psychological challenges of pregnancy.

Elisabeth Bing's classic book on the Lamaze method guides women through the physical and psychological challenges of pregnancy. Six Practical Lessons for an Easier Childbirth details the changes a woman can expect in her body during pregnancy, labor, and delivery and provides a complete program of exercises for increased muscular control and relaxation during childbirth.

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Start by marking Six Practical Lessons for Easier Childbirth as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Filled with vital information and reassurance, this essential book will make expectant couples better prepared than ever for this joyous, rewarding experience.

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Elisabeth Bing’s classic book on the Lamaze method guides women through the physical and psychological challenges of pregnancy.

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Six Practical Lessons for an Easier Childbirth. Ребенок выжил после аборта!

Six Practical Lessons for an Easier Childbirth. Ребенок выжил после аборта!

Elisabeth Bing’s classic book on the Lamaze method guides women through the physical and psychological challenges of pregnancy.

You are looking on one book 4 1/4" by 6 3/4" 138 page softcover copy of "SIX PRACTICAL LESSONS FOR AN EASIER CHILDBIRTH "by Elizabeth Bing,printed in1981. This item is in good condition with a little bit of rubbing of the covers, all pages are clean and tight. Chapters include:how do we control pain? how well does it. work? how your body changes during pregnancy; the importance of good posture, the first stage of labor; the second stage of labor; the third stage of labor, the neuromuscular control exercises; the body-building exercises,and much, much more.

Elisabeth Bing's classic book on the Lamaze method guides women through the physical and psychological challenges . Best book on natural childbirth. com User, August 20, 2005. I first read this book 31 years ago, when I was pregnant with my first child. My Lamaze instructor had recommended it to us. It was fantastic! It explains the childbirth process so well, and it includes the various breathing techniques for each stage of labor and delivery. I give this to family members who are pregnant, including my daughter who is due in Feb. '06. I cannot say enough about this book!! 0. Report.

Six Practical Lessons fo. .has been added to your Cart. This book is formatted as though the reader is in attendance at one of Ms. Bing's childbirth courses, with the "Six Lessons" being the 6 class sessions. For some reason she includes rather useless and repetitive chit chat to open each class le if you're attending in person, but annoying in a book. It almost reads like a novel, with no index and a chintzy table of contents.


Qutalan
It is a great book. Instructions are good. Will want to look up videos demonstrating the different breathing techniques. Helping to prepare me. Will have husband read so we can practice together.
Haracetys
I used this book as my guide for all my children's births. I wanted it now as my daughter is expecting her first, but unfortunately it never arrived. I rated the seller 5 stars because they were very attentive, and I received a full refund. I am sorry to have not gotten the book, but happy with the service. Thank you!
Bludsong
My daughter has assured me that she was very pleased with this book and that it helped her very much
Trash
The Bible In Childbirth Education.
Ffrlel
I read this in 1971, when I gave birth to my fourth child. I religiously practiced all the exercises Bing recommends (with no participation at all from my good-for-nothing husband). When labor came, I easily was able to focus and breathe properly. Transition came and went with nary a pain. Fortunately, they examined me on a schedule, and the next time they examined me, they took me straight into delivery. I can still see my doctor standing at the door with this look of amazement on his face, asking what I did to prepare for childbirth. I pulled out Bing's book, which he asked to borrow. To his credit, he actually read it and returned it. Too bad I didn't have this for the first three births!
Joni_Dep
I was disappointed with this book. My judgment is influenced by just having read "Preparation for Birth" by Beverly Savage and Diana Simkin, which is EXCELLENT. Six Practical Lessons, in comparison, is poorly organized and not completely up-to-date, it seems. For example, the author refers to "when" you get your episiotomy, as though the procedure is a given, but many natural childbirth advocates today feel that episiotomy is usually not necessary and not preferable to a natural tear. I also found Ms. Bing's Lamaze breathing instructions extremely vague. If I had not already grasped the timing/counting methods from "Preparation for Birth," I don't think I would have understood what the author is trying to explain.
This book is formatted as though the reader is in attendance at one of Ms. Bing's childbirth courses, with the "Six Lessons" being the 6 class sessions. For some reason she includes rather useless and repetitive chit chat to open each class session--understandable if you're attending in person, but annoying in a book. It almost reads like a novel, with no index and a chintzy table of contents.
I did not learn anything new from this book that was not covered in "Preparation for Birth" in much greater detail and more up-to-date research. On the other hand, if you're not going to read anything else or are extremely short on time (i.e. in labor), this book (or any book) is certainly better than nothing.
I'd rather have my $10 back.
Voodoolkree
I am pregnant with my second child and doing some refreshing before the big day. So I decided to dip into the original printing of this book which I found tucked away in a box for the past 30+ years. Holy cow! I'm glad I didn't read this the first time around! It's ridiculous! ~Even if you don't feel the urge to push, don't argue "Accept your physician's orders at the time without questioning..."~ HA! Women have been delivering babies using doctors ONLY for about the past 100 years or so and without them for thousands of years! Doctors don't always know best, my first delivery was awful because I trusted the doc more than I trusted my own body. May I suggest Ina Mays Guide to Childbirth? I also suggest a visit with a midwife before the end of your pregnancy, you may find some enlightenment.
I first read this book 31 years ago, when I was pregnant with my first child. My Lamaze instructor had recommended it to us. It was fantastic! It explains the childbirth process so well, and it includes the various breathing techniques for each stage of labor and delivery. I give this to family members who are pregnant, including my daughter who is due in Feb. '06. I cannot say enough about this book!!