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The 7 Stages Of Birth Grief

The seven stages of grief are a fairly well known psychological pattern experienced after a loss. The stages may or may not be obvious and many times they don’t follow a consequential order, and sufferers cycle through a couple of the stages at the same time, or in a repeating fashion. The seven stages of...

Report: Longer labor leads to fewer C-sections

New Labor Guidelines   Pregnant women, take note: Your labor may last a little longer, thanks to a new set of guidelines from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. The recommendations are aimed at reducing the number of unnecessary C-sections...

Childbirth Connection

http://www.childbirthconnection.org/ An abundance of article about all kinds of topics related to childbirth and cesarean birth prevention.

New Cesarean Prevention Recommendations from Obstetric Leaders: What Pregnant Women Need to Know

In March 2014, the two leading obstetric professional organizations in the United States issued a landmark joint consensus statement. The statement says that cesarean birth is overused in the United States. More and more cesareans now one in three births have not led to better health for mothers and babies....

Top Ten Signs Your Doctor Is Planning To Perform An Unnecessary Cesarean Section On You

Fourteen years I have been practicing OB/GYN. I live in Frisco, Texas one of the fastest growing cities in the United States I really enjoy living and working here. It is a great place for my family and for the first time my office is attached to the one hospital I practice in. This is the third and final...

C-Section Recovery – An Holistic Viewpoint

As the title suggests, this blog isn’t about what happens during a C-Section but about the road back to wellness with an inside/out perspective.  It’s based on my own personal healing journey and my professional standpoint as a massage/remedial therapist and my background in nutrition, so without further...

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