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Couple seeking damages after woman delivers 13-pound baby naturally

A Quebec woman who says she and her son were injured when she delivered a 13-pound baby naturally is seeking damages.

Court documents filed on behalf of Anik Bourbeau and Pascal Lessard claim the doctors failed to evaluate the size of the baby and recommend a caesarean section before she gave birth in 2010. 101 more words


Birth Plan - C Section

As I said in my last post this pregnancy is coming to an end and it looks like a planned C Section is the way these babies are destined to be born! 400 more words


End of pregnancy Cuppa & Chat!

I will apologise now how before you start reading about how rambling this post is.

Back in May, I posted about my surprise twin pregnancy… 384 more words


Bilateral femoral neuropathy: a journey to recovery

This story was written by Reagan S., the creator of “Nerve Damage from Childbirth.”

Writing this was harder than I expected. After having created this whole website, you’d think just sharing my experience and the reason behind creating this website, would be easy. 6,551 more words

Childbirth Injury

My V-Bac Experience

Let me start by saying that I did not choose to have a V-bac to be “more of a woman”, or to fulfil some right of passage that is bestowed upon all women, because to be honest, in my opinion, that is a load of rubbish. 1,269 more words

Placenta Encapsulation

This is surely my most controversial post to date, and definitely not for the squeamish. If the title alone gives you the heebie jeebies then stop reading now, but I hope that you do continue to read with an open-mind! 1,228 more words


A Labour of love

As previously mentioned, I diligently wrote a birth plan, heavily focussed on having as natural a birth as possible. I was planning on being a labouring goddess, with Husband rubbing my back as I quietly rode each contraction (or “surge” as I would call it) and pushed my baby Chilli into the world. 1,726 more words