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Do Women Experience More Pain During A Home Birth? - Dr. DiCampli (VIDEO)

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Dr. DiCampli explains if women experience more pain during a home birth.

Dr. DiCampli:
In labor there is a degree of pain associated and it’s a necessary pain because it is the process of the uterus contracting and expanding, cervix expands and things have to happen in order to get the baby out so there is pain. The pain is manageable. Everyone’s pain level is different. In a home birth setting there are not any drugs for pain but there are natural things that you can do to help get through the pain and they vary from homeopathy to herbs to hydrotherapy and there’s a lot of support. So there’s options. It’s not drug options though.

About Dr. Jesika DiCampli, N.M.D., C.P.M.:
Dr. Jesika DiCampli, N.M.D., C.P.M., is a Certified Professional Midwife offering patients natural prenatal and child birth options throughout the greater Phoenix area. She trained at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona where she received her doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine. Using an array of modalities, she positively and therapeutically impacts the health and wellness of each individual. She provides naturopathic medical care for the entire family throughout the spectrum of life with particular emphasis on pediatrics and women’s medicine.

Visit Dr. DiCampli at Naturopathic Family Care

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