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Hospital Birth Tips From The True Harmony Midwives

The midwives at True Harmony attend all of our clients' births in the hospital, which is where most people have their babies in the United States. However, just because someone chooses to have their birth in the hospital does not mean they cannot bring in elements to make the space feel comfortable, familiar, and personalized. Here are some suggestions from your True Harmony midwife to help make the hospital feel more like home:

And of course, bring your support people! Include those who you know you can be 100% comfortable with and will be a supportive, positive presence.
For more information and ideas, ask your True Harmony midwife or Dr. Brass at your next prenatal visit.

 
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