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RCOG and Oxford Breech Conferences, October 2014


It’s been a historic week.

Last Tuesday, 14th October 2014, obstetricians and midwives from around the world converged in the basement of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Midwives (RCOG) in London for a study day on Management of the Term Breech (#RCOGbreech). 2,329 more words


Belly mapping

Over the weekend the topic of baby position came up. I know quite a few people who had breech babies and it got me thinking about how Monkey is positioned, especially as we are not in the third trimester and have three months to go until her arrival. 372 more words

Practitioner with BubhubUK, Northampton Acupuncture for Pregnancy, Breech and Labour preparation

BubHubUK has gone live this week and here is a copy of Acutopia’s information for their brand new website. Looking forward to meeting all you Northamptonshire mums and mums to be.. 400 more words

Clinical Practice

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson out

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson delivered her resignation on October 1st, following a highly publicized breech in security under her watch. Her resignation comes one day after her testimony before the House Oversight Committee on Capitol Hill. 138 more words

Current Events

Thoughts flowing through my head

Here are some of the thoughts I have experienced in the past week.

“Why is this happening”
“Just freaking move, baby”
“I don’t care”
“Everything will work out” 135 more words


Benefits of Acupuncture for the “Growing Pains” of Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum

Thursday, September 11, 2014 7-9pm

Kill Devil Hills Library meeting room

With limited choices for managing common pregnancy and postpartum discomforts, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers gentle, safe, and effective therapies for supporting a healthier pregnancy and childbirth. 114 more words


Sofija's birth (old posts 14/16)

Why I decided to share? Well, first of all – I really enjoyed reading other ladies’ labor and birth stories while I was pregnant, so in a way I thought I would like to “give back” by writing my own story. 3,765 more words