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    I'm already 34weeks, but having just read all your stories about hypno/calm birthing, I'm really keen to give it a go.
    Do you think its too late to learn?

    While I didn't have a bad labour experience with DS1, it did end up in an emergency c/s and I really feel like I went in unprepared. He was posterior and induced at 10 days late.

    So this time I'm really hoping for a VBAC, and am reading up on all the best things to do to get bub in best position.

    I also went into my first labour with the idea that I didn't want to use any medical pain relief, but had no plan on how to do that. Inevitably I ended up using pethidine, gas and eventually an epidural too.

    Any advice would be most welcome

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    Hi millamummy. It's never too late! You could book a course and the consultant would be able to help you be ready. Ds was posterior and induced but thankfully I was prepared

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    Thanks natfeb.

    Does anyone know of any courses in sydney (eastern suburbs)?

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    Not sure of Sydney courses-google??? You could just buy the book and do it yourself. The course is great if you have feat and need one on one but if you don't need that thr book comes with the relaxation CDs and techniques. It's Hypnobirthing by Marie monagan. ( hope u spelled it correctly!!)

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    millamummy - here's a weblink to calm birth classes (i'm in sydney's eastern sububrbs too, but we did the one in neutral bay )

    http://www.calmbirthregister.com.au/...ns/Sydney.html

    we found the course really helpful (tho did it over 2 saturdays and to be honest could have been condensed).

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    Thank you. Yeah I may grab the book, and give that a read, and go from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakubaby View Post
    millamummy - here's a weblink to calm birth classes (i'm in sydney's eastern sububrbs too, but we did the one in neutral bay )

    http://www.calmbirthregister.com.au/...ns/Sydney.html

    we found the course really helpful (tho did it over 2 saturdays and to be honest could have been condensed).
    Thank you. May start with the book, as classes seem quite expensive and I did do birthing classes first time round. But I may keep it in mind if I can't get my head around the book.
    Thank you for your help

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    Mm- our instructor recommended we read the book 3 times. It's easy to read and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. Try to release the first experience and remember- you can do it! At least you have some idea what you're in for.

    Wishing you a beautiful birth - however it may be

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    Default going to my first hypnobirthing class next week!

    i am really looking forward to it I have heard good things - I will keep you all posted Jacqui

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    Quote Originally Posted by natfeb View Post
    Mm- our instructor recommended we read the book 3 times. It's easy to read and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. Try to release the first experience and remember- you can do it! At least you have some idea what you're in for.

    Wishing you a beautiful birth - however it may be

    Thank you. Have been reading the book, and listening to theCD, and I really feel more confident and in control.

    Does anyone know if you can buy the Rainbow Relaxation CD in Australia, or do you have to order it from the american website (cutting time a bit fine, so wanted to get it asap).

    Thank you


 

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