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This birth story shows a few important things to realize if you are planning a VBAC. It is a beautiful story with a lot to teach us. 1) If possible, choose a care provider who fully supports VBAC and natural … Continue reading
-“Birth is a creative process, not a surgical procedure. I picture dancers on a stage. Once, doing a pirouette, a woman sustained a cervical fracture as result of a fall; she is not paralyzed. We try to make the stage … Continue reading
April is Cesarean Awareness Month. This is a topic dear to my heart, and I hope to be able to share with you some helpful information, websites, online video, and inspiring stories throughout the month of April. The first story … Continue reading
Personally, giving birth without a doula present is not something that I would consider lightly. The word doula comes from Greek meaning “a woman who serves” or “female servant”. During both of my pregnancies, I planned to have experienced women to attend … Continue reading
Last week the Kentucky state legislature passed Senate Bill 110 which will allow optometrists to perform some basic laser surgery procedures that have generally been limited to opthalmologists. The bill is aimed at improving the possibilities of eye care in rural … Continue reading
If I sympathize with any aspect of late pregnancy most, it is hearing the news that your baby is “big” or “too big”. Our family grows big babies. I was born a bit over 9lbs. (my mother’s first child) and … Continue reading