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Why forceps can be dangerous

Forceps deliveries and Ventouse deliveries are significantly more dangerous for both mother and baby than a caesarean section, according to new research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. 455 more words

My Birth Story/My C-Section Experience

*This will be a longer blog, grab some coffee/tea & a snack. You might be here a while*

Parker Brooks//02.22.2017//5:22 pm//8 lbs 5 oz 21 in… 1,559 more words


We need better postnatal care – and Mumsnet is on the case

I’ve been delighted to see the mighty Mumsnet launch a campaign to improve postnatal care in hospitals. Women with postnatal PTSD often mention poor postnatal care as a contributing factor. 566 more words

Inducing labour in older women having their first baby does not increase the chance of caesarean delivery

Planning to artificially start labour for older women, pregnant with their first child, in the 39th week of pregnancy does not affect the chance of having a caesarean delivery | NIHR Signal… 152 more words

05 (May 2017)

Choice of Anesthesia for Cesarean Delivery

Neuraxial anesthesia use in cesarean deliveries (CDs) has been rising since the 1980s, whereas general anesthesia (GA) use has been declining | Anesthesia & Analgesia… 98 more words

05 (May 2017)

Mum takes selfie of her 'gutted belly' shortly after Caesarean section to prove it isn't the easy way out

A mum took a selfie shortly after having a Caesarean section to show that it isn’t the “easy way out” when giving birth.

Olivia White posted the snap on Instagram and revealed the harsh reality of having the procedure.She wrote… 334 more words


Hebrew childbirth or die trying

‘I want to give birth like the Hebrew women, or I’ll die trying. And even if I don’t die, and my baby ends up being born disabled, it’d have been worth it in the end, because I did it like a bawse Hebrew woman.’ 455 more words