MicroBirth World Screening Singapore

Birthworkers in Singapore are putting this first ever Microbirth world screening together. Join us in this global screening and be the first to watch a 60 minutes feature length documentary reveal how medical intervention during childbirth could be damaging the long-term health of our children with consequences for all of humanity. This is an educational film that opens a new possibility improve health of a child when a crucial component is missing at birth.

Pediatric Neurologic Assessment and Calming Massage

Baby Bonding MassageMs Adida Shahab, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist and Ms Kong Choon Yen, HypnoBirthing Infant Massage Instructor present to you a two parts workshop ideal for parents with young babies from newborn to 9 months old to learn baby developmental assessment and baby bonding through touch. Expectant Couples are encourage to join us as well.

Pediatric Neurologic Assessment

Baby may seem to be doing well on breastfeeding, however, she may not have used most of the sucking muscles.  Mother may get crack nipples but no matter how she positions her baby for latching, breastfeeding seems painful and mum is holding tension. This tension is transferred to baby.

Life in the Womb and Birth Talk in Kota Kinabalu

Who should attend: Pregnant mothers and their husbands, married couples and parents Calm and Happy HypnoBirth Baby Photo provided by Birth Easy

Speaker: Ms Kong Choon Yen, a HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator, Birth Doula and an Infant Massage Instructor

Catch “What Babies Want” a movie based on research findings.

1. Explore into the area of how life in the womb and the birth process has a lifelong impact in baby’s life.
2. Debunk Myths about Childbirth. How to achieve a Stress Free and possibly Pain Free Birth through HypnoBirthing Natural Childbirth Education.
3. Role of the Husband and the Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Date: 3 February at 8pm-9pm
Venue: Taman Bornion, Kota Kinabalu
Cost: Free

Gestational Diabetes and Treatment Options

Gestational diabetes, which occurs during pregnancy, is marked by high blood sugar levels that might be due to hormone changes, and insulin resistance. In fact, moms with this type of diabetes may need up to three times as much insulin during pregnancy than before or after.

Women who develop gestational diabetes are likely to face the same issue with future pregnancies. These women also tend to develop type 2 diabetes later in life— the link may be explained by the similar risk factors for both type 2 and gestational diabetes.

Being more than 20 percent overweight increases the risk of diabetes. Losing weight can help avoid diabetes altogether, though pregnant women should not attempt to lose weight unless under the direction of a health care professional.

Is Kate Middleton trying to Irk Older Royals by Choosing HypnoBirthing to Birth?

Does Kate Middleton choose HypnoBirthing because of the relaxing and “pain free” methods of birth or as the title of other post describes Kate Middleton Irks Older Royals by Rejecting Birthing Protocol? There are many advantages of birthing a baby using HypnoBirthing®-The Mongan Method, It may be an unachievable dream birth for some who do not…

Understand More so that you Fear Less

Fear of Childbirth and Elective Cesarean

Why Women Choose Cesarean?

Cesarean birth is a major abdominal surgery with or without medical condition. Elective cesarean is the choice of the mother/couple to have their baby at specific date and time of delivery. This question has disturbed me for quite some times. I realised that people choose delivery through cesarean have lots of Fear. These fears are due to fear of childbirth pain, fear of not being able to give birth due to carrying a “big size baby”, fear of the unknown-uncertainly of how birth will turn out to be, the fear of jeopardising the safety of the baby and that of the mother puts woman to think of a definitely outcome. i.e. elective cesarean birth.  There are other fears that are not mentioned here which not everyone can accept.

Milli Hill, the Founder of The Positive Birth Movement, in her post Should We Be So Very Scared of Giving Birth? is based on research finding that as many as one in 10 women suffered from tocophobia, leading to more women elect for cesarean birth due to extreme anxiety and fear of giving birth regardless of how joyful her pregnancy had been.