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The Doula Book by John H. Kennell
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Mar 06, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: pregnancy-birth-and-childcare-bo
Recommended to Net by: Rhiannon
Recommended for: Pregnant couples
Read in March, 2008

This book makes a solid case for the use of doulas in the delivery room. Included are both antidotal stories and published scientific studies to convince every woman on the necessity and benefits assisted labor. The book also provides a nice overview of services provided by a doula and what new parents should expect. I however would have liked more information on hiring a doula and the doula training and qualifications.
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