Women recovering from a difficult
birth with a help of a doula
breastfeed twice as often.
“Tram cam sau khi de”
Cam giac buon va khoc sau khi de con
85% phu nu- “cam giac buon”
15% phu nu- tram cam
Kinh nghiem sanh duoc suong se, an
toan, va thoai mai. -> nguoi me vui ve
Noi tom lai, su co mac cua ba mu lam
cho qua trinh sanh de cua ban….
• Khong phai chich thuoc gay me hay thuoc ngu.
• De tu nhien.
• Tang kha nang cho con bu.
• Hai long voi qua trinh sanh de.
• Troi gian de ngan hon.
• Qua trinh de it kho khan hon
(Hodnett, Gates, & Sakala, 2007)
Doula = ba mu
Cho ban mot qua trinh sanh de hai
long va hanh phuc.
Me vui, cha vui, va con vui
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