Birth Over 35

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 15 Dec 2015 0

More and more women are having a baby in their 30s or 40s. Many have already built successful careers, and bring their experience and maturity to pregnancy and birth. This is a time for extra special advice for those entering or reentering the journey of motherhood at this stage of their lives and this book by the renowned birth expert Sheila Kitzinger, is a warm, confidence boosting classic.

Birth Over 35 provides specialist information to help women prepare for birth later in life.

Topics include
deciding to have a baby, planning ahead for pregnancy, will the baby be all right?, how to talk with doctors and midwives, emotional highs and lows of having a baby, life after the baby comes,the effects on your partner and other family members, managing alone and includes  women's personal experiences

This book is available from Exisle Publishing, together with Fit for Birth and Beyond, by Suzy Clarkson, who gave birth to her second child at age 45.


The Pregnancy Centre would like to thank Exisle Publishing for its support in 2015 (and before and beyond).

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