The idea of asking for time alone in labor may seem odd, especially with current visitor restriction policies in hospitals around the world. However, perhaps asking for time alone (or time alone with a partner, friend, family member, or doula if permitted) may be even more important during a time of reduced support personnel. This is especially helpful when considering medical decisions. After having a conversation with your healthcare provider (see my previous video on using the BRAIN tool!), asking for time alone (or time alone with a support person) allows you to process your options in an environment free of pressure. Find out more in this week’s video!
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