What can we do to enhance our fertility without getting caught up in techniques, timing and performance? How can we keep the love in love-making as we try to conceive (TTC)?
Hormonal physiology describes the healthy functioning of our hormonal systems. My new report Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing gives a lot of detail about these processes in pregnancy, labour, birth and postpartum, including the impacts of common maternity-care interventions on these systems. I want to take some time to highlight some of the findings that are […]
“This report, prepared by Dr. Sarah Buckley in collaboration with Childbirth Connection Programs at the National Partnership for Women & Families, will be retrospectively evaluated as one of the most revolutionary and influential publications on maternity and newborn care ever issued.” (Foreword, p.v) Please open! I hope that you have had the chance to look at my […]
• How are labour and birth designed to work for mother and baby? • What processes ensure that both make the safest and easiest transitions from pregnancy to postpartum? • Are there important preparations before birth that optimise these transitions? • How does birth impact breastfeeding? • Might birth also impact maternal-infant attachment and bonding? […]