L’accouchement naturel désigne un courant de pensée fondé sur la notion qu'une femme enceinte est naturellement capable de donner naissance à son enfant sans intervention extérieure, ce sous certaines conditions de préparation.

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  • L’accouchement naturel désigne un courant de pensée fondé sur la notion qu'une femme enceinte est naturellement capable de donner naissance à son enfant sans intervention extérieure, ce sous certaines conditions de préparation.
  • Natural childbirth is a philosophy of childbirth that is based on the belief that women who are adequately prepared are innately able to give birth without routine medical interventions. Natural childbirth arose in opposition to the techno-medical model of childbirth that has recently gained popularity in industrialized societies, and is a childbirth philosophy that attempts to minimize medical intervention, particularly the use of anesthetic medications and surgical interventions such as episiotomies, forceps and ventouse deliveries and caesarean sections. A woman's definition of 'natural' may range from no intervention at all to birth which includes any intervention deemed appropriate. The application of this philosophy may occur during a physician or midwife attended hospital birth, a midwife attended homebirth, or an unassisted birth.The term "natural childbirth" was coined by obstetrician Grantly Dick-Read upon publication of his book Natural Childbirth in the 1930s, which was followed by the 1942 Childbirth Without Fear.
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  • L’accouchement naturel désigne un courant de pensée fondé sur la notion qu'une femme enceinte est naturellement capable de donner naissance à son enfant sans intervention extérieure, ce sous certaines conditions de préparation.
  • Natural childbirth is a philosophy of childbirth that is based on the belief that women who are adequately prepared are innately able to give birth without routine medical interventions.
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  • Accouchement naturel
  • Natural childbirth
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