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Childbirth training is education that is given to potential parents to help prepare them for the process of childbirth and subsequent childbirth


Hypnosis in childbirth trainingEdit

Biofeedback in childbirth trainingEdit

The role of men in childbirth trainingEdit

See alsoEdit


ReferencesEdit

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