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A fertility doula (some also use the terms conception or infertility doula) accompanies people who wish to conceive, regardless of their chosen method (Sympto-Thermal Method, fertility clinic, insemination, in vitro fertilization (IVF), etc).

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A birth doula provides ongoing emotional, physical and psychological support during pregnancy, labor and after delivery. They provide accurate, comprehensive, and non-judgmental information. In collaborating with the medical or midwifery team, your doula ensures that your choices are respected.

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The help of a doula during the postpartum period can make a big difference in the well-being of all family members. They provide postpartum support, sibling support, newborn care, meal preparation, and can assist with light housekeeping. Postpartum doulas are knowledgeable about the care and development of newborns and the recovery of the body after delivery.

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Doulas trained to accompany people through a termination of pregnancy offer emotional, physical and informational support before, during and after the procedure. Their goal is not only to reassure and support those they accompany but also to discuss methods and procedures to make an informed choice.

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Grief must be accompanied by listening, compassion, validation and respect. It is the role of doulas who have been trained in perinatal bereavement to help parents through this, aiming to give them back a little more power in a situation where there has been a loss of meaning and control.

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Doulas are present for the entire life cycle, including death. End-of-life doulas, some use the term thanadoulas, accompany dying people through the various stages of end-of-life. They offer emotional and logistical support to ensure that last wishes are respected. They open up discussions about death to help the person and their loved ones coming to terms with it.

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