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close this bookWhere There Is No Doctor - A Village Health Care Handbook (Hesperian Foundation, 1993, 516 p.)
close this folderChapter 19 - INFORMATION FOR MOTHERS AND MIDWIVES
View the documentThe Menstrual Period (Monthly Bleeding in Women)
View the documentThe Menopause (When Women Stop Having Periods)
View the documentPregnancy
View the documentHow to Stay Healthy during Pregnancy
View the documentMinor Problems during Pregnancy
View the documentDanger Signs in Pregnancy
View the documentCheck-ups during Pregnancy (Prenatal Care)
View the documentRecord of Prenatal Care
View the documentThings a Mother Should Have Ready before Giving Birth
View the documentPreparing for Birth
View the documentSigns That Show Labor is Near
View the documentThe Stages of Labor
View the documentCare of the Baby at Birth
View the documentCare of the Cut Cord (Navel)
View the documentThe Delivery of the Placenta (Afterbirth)
View the documentHemorrhaging (Heavy Bleeding)
View the documentThe Correct Use of Oxytocics: Ergonovine, Oxytocin, Pitocin, etc.
View the documentDifficult Births
View the documentTearing of the Birth Opening
View the documentCare of the Newborn Baby
View the documentIllnesses of the Newborn
View the documentThe Mother's Health after Childbirth
View the documentChildbirth Fever (Infection after Giving Birth)
View the documentBreast Feeding - And Care of the Breasts
View the documentLumps or Growths in the Lower Part of the Belly
View the documentMiscarriage (Spontaneous Abortion)
View the documentHigh Risk Mothers and Babies