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The Journey of Now

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Since last posting, I’ve traveled thousands of miles and have countless stories I long to tell. 1,398 more words


High Risk Pregnancy - My Perception of Risk and My Choices Explained

This week I attended a conference at City University London called Positive Birth Conference 2016: Informed Choice. You can follow the hashtag #citypbc2016 to find out more about the day. 192 more words


Pregnancy support drop-in

The next Cambridge Birth Choices pregnancy and birth support drop-in is on Friday 29th July 2016, between 1pm and 3pm at Stir Cafe, Chesterton Road, Cambridge. 6 more words

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean

She's well and truly here...

Baby Girl was born mid-April… and a successful VBAC.  She’s now three months old — how on earth did that happen!?

My son was born via a crash caesarean as he went into sudden critical distress 11.5 hours after I was induced (I was 9cm).   430 more words


A birth story - preparation, perseverance, and the sweet rewards

My labor story began when I was about 35 weeks pregnant.  I had heard over and over how great Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth was, so I finally decided to buy a copy.  2,354 more words


VBAC - Facts and Statistical Information

It used to be said that ‘once a caesarean, always a caesarean’, this is no longer the case and in the UK VBACs are becoming more encouraged and more common. 444 more words

5 Tips to Managing the Ring of Fire

The Ring of Fire! What It Is and How To Avoid It

When you reach the point in labor that you are pushing you will discover it is like a dance.  544 more words

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