Today, I was asked by a tearful mother to explain to her husband why it was important to take a childbirth class.
I get it, women have been giving birth for years. Women have been giving birth NATURALLY for years... without classes... so WHY now?
Why is it important for women in 2020 to take a ch...

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The Advantages of a Home Birth Midwife:
Midwives are licensed professionals who provide first-class care for their patients. They are also known as home birth midwives because they can work in anyone home. In Sc they must be Licensed by the Dhec. Most home birth midwifery specialists prefer to at...

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Labors of Love Midwifery offers you an experienced midwife in Greenville SC. The Labors of Love Birth Center takes care of families in the upstate of South Carolina and surrounding counties of North Carolina.

If you need to find a midwife in Greenville SC, the midwives at Labors of Love Midwifer...

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Why has the “golden hour after birth” become a popular buzz term? And why are hospitals scrambling to change the culture of their labor and delivery units to cater to this “new” trend?

It’s because it’s the absolute best thing for you and your baby.

It has been a midwifery practice as long as I...

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So, just. this. week. We have learned of several obstetric practices terminating care with their current pregnant clients who are planning to hire, or have hired, a doula. Most letters say "effective immediately" and some offices have posted signs in their offices "warning" women of their refusal...

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McMaster University led study shows home births as safe as hospital ones.

The study examined the safety of place of birth by reporting on the risk of death at the time of birth or within the first four weeks and found no difference between home and hospital groups.

A large international study l...

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Why would doctors who attend birth in hospitals choose to have their own babies at home? What do they know about birth that others don't?

Join Jessicca Moore, filmmaker and nurse practitioner, on a compelling journey through maternity care in the United States. Told through the lens of doctors, ...

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Midwives typically promote patience with the natural progress of labor and discourage intervention to speed the birth process. It’s a different model of care for the mom and baby.

Popular media has played a role in the rising popularity of midwives. The 2008 film "The Business of Being Born" and...

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10 months ago
I absolutely adore Linda. She was easy to get along with, a great motherly and gentle presence during both of my sons labors. I recommend her strongly. She along with Praire and the rest of the team were wonderful to work with. I had a great experience and would not have wanted to do my pregnancy, birth, and after care without any of them.
- ClaytonRachel S
10 months ago
Childbirth is scary and can be pretty stressful but Linda and her team are so calm and reassuring, giving advice and support when you need it! I highly recommend Labors of Love if you're looking for a natural birth. You get plenty of time in your prenatal visits to actually build a relationship and your questions and concerns are always heard and answered with knowledge and understanding. I'll definitely be using them again if I have more babies in the future!
- Lydia G
7 months ago
I felt truly prepared for my birth. I had such a wonderful birthing team (Linda Weaver, Prarie and Julie Byers) that gave me all the possible information I could have needed for any situation and they 100% supported my decisions no matter what! A birthing mom couldn't ask for anything more.
- Molly J

Our Midwives are Experts in Normal Birth

Countless mothers out there choose water birth and have a positive experience. That’s because they enjoy advantages like decreased labor period, no need for epidurals, and mobility in the tub. These simple things make the experience worthwhile. If epidurals are not used, the mother will be left with more energy and a wonderful feeling after giving birth. Some research also suggests that newborn infants whose mothers used an epidural may have trouble in successful suckling during the first few days of their life, so taking the drug out of the equation would eliminate such risks.
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