Birth Plan Template

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Questions & answers

Labor/Delivery Would you prefer medical or natural methods of pain relief? Will you move around during labor? Would you like to shower or bathe during labor? What type and how much food and drink do you want while laboring? Who will cut the umbilical cord? How soon will you and your spouse have contact with the baby?
Do's & Don'ts of Writing a Birth Plan Do NOT Write a Novel. DO Keep It Concise. Do NOT Give an Overview of Your Healthy Pregnancy. DO Tell Your Care Team Pertinent Health Information. DO Include a C-Section Do NOT Address Every Possible Scenario. DO Focus On What's Most Important to You. DO Include Your Baby.
A birth plan is an outline of your preferences during your labor and delivery. For example, your birth plan may include who you want with you during labor, whether you want pain meds, or if you want the lights dimmed. You can include anything you think will make your labor and birth more comfortable for you.
But a personally written birth plan shows your health care providers that you are educated and serious about your wishes. They are also far easier for your health care providers to use. Your birth plan should be short and readable, preferably 1-2 pages.
Writing a birth plan can help you feel more prepared and empowered as your due date approaches. A birth plan lays out your wishes for labor, delivery, postpartum, and newborn care.
A birth plan is highly personal, but in general, your birth plan should include the following elements: Your contact information. A birth plan should always begin with a brief introduction and important contact information. Labor preferences. Interventions. Pain management. Newborn care. Back-up plan.