A doula is a person specially trained to help during labour and after the birth of a baby. A doula might help a new mother to breastfeed, or cook, clean, and care for older children
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A doula is a person specially trained to help during labour and after the birth of a baby. A doula might help a new mother to breastfeed, or cook, clean, and care for older children.
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Doula: 1. A non-medical assistant in childbirth. A doula is not the father but is usually a woman who is experienced in childbirth. The role of the doula is to provide the mother with physical and emotional assistance before, during, or after childbirth. Also known as a birth assistant, birth companion, childbirth assistant, or labor support profes
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(doo´lә) an aide, usually female, who gives continual physical and emotional support to a woman going through labor and childbirth; sometimes this extends to giving postpartum care.
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A doula (pronounced "doó la", also known as a labour coach and originating from the Ancient Greek word δούλη meaning female servant or slave) is a nonmedical person who assists a woman before, during or after childbirth, as well as her partner and/or family by providing information, physical assistance and emotional support. The provision ..
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A non-medical professional that is experienced in childbirth and provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to the mother during pregnancy, labor, delivery and the postpartum period. The doula may provide massage, aromatherapy or breathing help during labor. A doula will also communicate with the medical staff during labor..
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Type: Term Pronunciation: dū′lah Definitions: 1. A woman who assists at labor and birth and in postpartum care of mother and baby. Doulas are trained and certified according to various requirements of local jurisdictions. They are helpful in educating the new family and in helping build their confidence as new parents. ...
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Also called childbirth assistants, doulas are specially trained to provide comfort and support during labor
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