An increasing number of moms-to-be are opting for traditional birthing practices. An article by Poona Jain.

We are not incharge of our existence. Who knows this better than a woman in labour? Perhaps, that’s why an increasing number of women are choosing to give birth naturally, a departure from the earlier trend prevalent among upwardly-mobile urbanites, to go for a Ceasarian-section.

 
When, on the march, a Guyanese woman in South America goes into labour, she just steps aside, delivers, wraps up the baby with the afterbirth and runs to catch up with the others. At the first stream that presents itself, she washes herself and the infant, reveals Judith Goldsmith, in her book Childbirth Wisdom From The World’s Oldest Societies.

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