Screaming Russian mom during childbirth was very surprised by Japanese doctors. All Japanese women, according to them, very patient and have exceptionally quiet.
Elena Take living in Japan for 8 years. She told “Latimore” about their experience of childbirth in this country. And about why pregnant women should not watch the fire, sitting cross-legged and eat lobster and crab.
«management of pregnancy in Japan begins with registration with the local administration. When I followed the relevant securities, thought to pop in quickly, get the book and be done with it. It was not so simple. The procedure took about forty minutes. I came out of there loaded with gifts and experiences.
Young and very polite Japanese woman gave me a whole orientation, an introductory course on pregnancy. And then I began to ask different questions: “What did you feel when You found out she was pregnant?”, “What are You most concerned about (money, husband, housing, etc.)?”, “do You Have someone who can help after the baby is born?” and so on in the same spirit. In General, to have a heart. I was given a phone number by which I could always ask my questions, if during pregnancy something would bother. Also reported that there is a free course Continue reading