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Making a birth plan

Many expectant parents develop a written plan covering what they would like to happen during labour and birth. Know what to include if you create your own plan.

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Preparing for the birth

Deciding on where you want to give birth is an important decision you will need to make. Here you will find information on what options are available to you.

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Pregnancy at week 29

Your baby should weigh about 1kg by now and as your uterus pushes against your diaphragm and lungs, you might be feeling quite breathless.

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Maternity services in rural Tasmania

Find out what maternity services are available in rural or remote Tasmania.

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Birth plan- getting to hospital when having a baby

Pregnant and packing for hospital? Don’t forget to make a plan for how you’ll get there in time to give birth, bearing in mind that petrol tanks run empty and some cars have a habit of breaking down at all the wrong moments.

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Developing a birth plan - Better Health Channel

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My breastfeeding plan | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Many parents-to-be choose to write a birth plan before the arrival of their baby. Writing a plan is a great way of educating yourself about your options during the different stages of birthing your baby and of communicating your wishes and preferences to your partner and your caregivers.

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Birth and beyond - Ngala

Exciting times are ahead!Birth comes after lots of anticipation and preparation

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Your Next Birth after Caesarean Section - Maternal, child and family health

Consumer brochure with information on birth options available to women planning their next birth after caesarean section.

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Pregnancy Beyond 41 Weeks - Maternal, child and family health

Pregnancy beyond 41 weeks

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