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We welcome all general questions about using hypnosis for childbirth, so fire away!
  • Replied by Jenn King Lasek on Monday, November 18 2013, 10:18 PM · Hide · #1
    Hi Anna,
    While working at a midwifery clinic, I have known several mamas whose placentas have moved away from the cervix by the time a follow up ultrasound is done later in pregnancy (32-34 weeks in our practice). I even had a student once whose placenta was still "too close" at that ultrasound but she kept with her practicing, visualizations (imagining the placenta moving away and up the wall of the uterus several times a day while she was practicing) and literally SHOCKED the consulting OB as well as the ultrasound technician at the final ultrasound (at 37 weeks at her insistence) when she received the green light for a vaginal birth! She has even gone on to have another hypno-baby since then!
    • Anna Hood - more than a month ago
      Thank you for the positive outlook. When receiving the new I was very calm, but was having a hard time as the day moved on. I am so happy with my home study, but it means less people to talk to sometimes. I will visualize with more focused effort.
  • Replied by Anna Hood on Monday, November 18 2013, 08:16 PM · Hide · #2
    I have some questions about placenta previa. I am 20 weeks and just received the news that I have complete placenta previa. Is there anything that I can do within my practice to help the shift of my placenta? any guidance and support in my bubble of peace would be appreciated. TIA
  • Replied by Jenn King Lasek on Wednesday, August 21 2013, 03:02 PM · Hide · #3
    It sounds like having the extra support of a Hypno-Doula at this birth could be a fantastic idea for you. You can find a full listing of certified Hypno-Doulas here: https://hypnobabies.com/find-a-hypno-doula-2/find-a-hypno-doula-2

    If there are no certified Hypno-Doulas currently in your area, you could always connect with a local doula (try searching DoulaMatch.net) and you may find someone who is more than willing to become a Hypno-Doula and help support you. They can order the Hypno-Doula Training Bundle here: https://hypnobabies.com/store/product/53-hypno-doula-training-bundle-with-5-cds

    Good luck!
    Replied by Magali Mokiao on Monday, August 19 2013, 03:13 PM · Hide · #4
    hello!! I'm a mother of 3, I used hypnobb for the first time with baby #3 and it was amazing... we had had a nurse midwife an a hospital water birth...we are currently expecting baby #4 (due on Nov,5th) but this time we are having in a different hospital, no midwife, no water birth (because this time our insurance will give us great benefits if we deliver the baby the University Hospital, since my husband works there) anyways, I have a bit of anxiety for delivering this baby in a different setting than the last one, in fact it was so amazing that we were planing on having a home birth; however, there are a few health concerns that are coming along during this pregnancy (low platelet count, and possible hemorrhage) and we think is better to be at the hospital

    I have a home study manual (used wi baby #3, and planing on using again, however I was thinking that it would be awesome to maybe have a hypnodoula this time (since my husband doesn't have a clue of whats going on during my hypnosis) and I'm afraid the nurses and Doctors on call might not be as understanding as the ones in the past

    What do yo think?
    Has anybody had a hypnoadoula on their second hypnobirth?
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