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7.15 – 7.25pm

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2019-01-15 at 04:30:16


 

Surrogate Birth Plans – Do you Have One?

Every woman is entitled to a fully supported birthing experience of her choosing, whether this be for her biological children or a surrogacy birth.  Throughout the past four years, Tamara has ensured the birthing woman and her birth partners are fully aware and supported in their decisions. Tamara will discuss supported birth plan options for surrogacy teams and how this can assist surrogates in leaving the birthing space comfortable and at peace to ensure an optimal start to the fourth trimester.

Tamara Pick, Birthing Doula

 

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