Diane Goslin

Diane Goslin, CPM, has been practicing since 1980. To date she has been the midwife for the births of over 7000 babies. She is the mother of 5 and grandmother of 14. She has primarily served in rural communities with a large portion of her practice among the Amish. Diane resides in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, where she currently practices.

First Stage of Labor: The Lull

The first stage of labor is like many other firsts: full of the unknown—not knowing what is coming next or how long it may take. Mothers with many children have often told me, “The labor and births can all be so different.” This was also my experience in birthing five children.

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Posterior Questions and Answers

With over 7000 births under her belt, I think we can safely say that midwife Diane Goslin is an expert when it comes to birth. In this article, she shares her wisdom with regard to posterior presentations. Read more…. Posterior Questions and Answers

What I Have Learned about Premature Birth

Midwife Diane Goslin has helped thousands of babies into the world and so she shares her knowledge with MT readers concerning premature birth.

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The Wonderful World of Twin Birth

From her many years of experience, midwife Diane Goslin shares her wisdom of twin birth in all its varying possibilities from Rh-negative to surprise twins to twins born four days apart.

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The Disappearing Art (but Increasing Prevalence) of Breech Birth

With experience in more than 6000 births, midwife Diane Goslin shares why the incidence of breech babies has been increasing over the years. Goslin then goes on to tell a couple of breech birth stories that illustrate how to handle breech complications.

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