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Midwife Introduction

Midwife Yoko Nambu

Nice to meet you allMy name is Yoko Nambu, midwife

In this corner, I would like to share with you some hints for your pregnancy and childcare based on my various experiences as a midwife. But first, let me introduce myself.

I was hospitalized when I was a child, and from elementary school onward I decided I had decided to become a nurse ever since I was in elementary school. My wish came true and I became a midwife. I had many pleasant experiences, but I also had some very painful ones when I was a nursing student.

During my training in the obstetrics ward, I was in a difficult situation while caring for a number of healthy babies being born. As a student, I was stunned and unable to do anything. As time went by, I felt ashamed of myself and thought, "This is not good enough! I remember thinking, "This is not good enough!

I'll write again sometime about what the experience was like.

It's easier if you understand. The connection between feelings and the body

It's much easier if you understandThe connection between feelings and body

After graduation, I was offered a position in the maternity ward of the same university hospital, where I took care of about 300 babies, but I actually witnessed about twice that many births. It was physically demanding, but I had a lot of fun and fulfilling days. As those days passed, I began to feel something.

It is that "women themselves do not know their own bodies very well.

If I had not become a midwife, I am sure I would have been the same way, but I have the feeling that I am vaguely aware of the fact that women are like that. Of course, I have experienced menstruation in my own body, but I feel that I do not understand my own body as a woman's body mechanism. I thought that if I understood that feelings and the body are strongly connected and got to know my own body, I would be able to have a much easier time during menstruation, pregnancy, and childbirth.

If women could realize that their bodies are not so "soft," their lives would change.

Because there is no right answer to childcare. I want to figure it out with you.

Because there's no right answer to childcareI'd like to think with you

I became a midwife and witnessed many births, which enabled me to learn more about women's bodies and minds. I decided to quit my job at a university hospital and start my own company that deals with women.

This is a consultation room where midwives, who know women's bodies well, become women's "strong allies" and give advice, covering a woman's entire life. We have received countless consultations on pregnancy and child rearing, as well as on the anxieties of approaching menopause, the physical concerns of seniors, and the doubts of mothers with adolescent children.
As a consultant, I always had in mind that I wanted to work with women on their problems and find a direction together.

In this corner, I would like to share my experiences and think with you about what you are currently struggling with or having trouble with. It is said that "there is no right answer to child-rearing. It is important to think together and find a path that makes sense to you. I would like to open this corner in the hope that you will be able to have a little bit of peace of mind.

Yoko Nanbu, Midwife
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Midwife Yoko Nambu

After graduating from Tokyo Medical and Dental University School of Nursing and obtaining a national nursing license, and graduating from the Japanese Red Cross School of Midwifery and obtaining a national midwifery license, she worked as a midwife in the obstetrics and gynecology ward of Tokyo Medical and Dental University Hospital, attending over 300 births and picking up babies. After that, she established "Toraube Inc.", a consultation office mainly for women's body. As a woman's ally, she provides consultation for problems at all ages. She believes that women should understand their own body as their own. She believes that this will lead to the solution of all problems and deals with them on a daily basis.
Her hobbies include traveling with her husband, listening to movies and music, and playing healthy mahjong.

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