The author explains how conclusions from a study of early versus late epidurals are flawed and what the study really shows. Read more…. Just Say No to Drugs
As Marina Alzugaray explains in Reclaiming a Cuban Heritage, the Bahamian midwives really know how to make others feel welcome to their country. They were so open and ready for us to be there with them at the Midwifery Today Bahamas conference in September; they made us feel a part of them. Read more…. Bahamas / Success on Many Levels
Dona Enriqueta Contreras, Parteria Tradicional Mejicana. From OB STARE magazine. Read more…. Partería Tradicional Mejicana: Doña Enriqueta Contreras
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Sharon describes being “downsized” out of a hospital-based midwifery practice and how she responded.
Read more…. A Decade of Nurse-Midwifery Practice, and Done
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I have become increasingly frustrated and angry that posterior position and its ensuing complications in labor and delivery account for an inordinate number of caesareans.
Read more…. Posterior Labor: A Pain in the Back
After a test of faith, a midwife births her own baby without a hitch.
Read more…. Giving Birth: A Midwife’s Faith in Birth Is Reborn
Marion describes three different births in which the baby began in posterior presentation. This article includes tricks for turning a posterior baby.
Read more…. Marion’s Message: Three Births in Posterior Position
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An interesting interview with a revered Pacific Northwest midwife.
Read more…. An Interview with Mabel Dzata
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Lecithin is an emulsifier, a dietary supplement and it helps support lactation. This article has some good information on dosage and uses.
Read more…. Lecithin: It Isn’t Just for Plugged Milk Ducts and Mastitis Anymore: Alleviating Mastitis and Plugged Milk Ducts
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Piper Martin discusses homeopathic methods for dealing with occipital posterior position.
Read more…. Homeopathic Tools for Occiput Posterior Position
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“Persistent posterior position at birth will become exceptionally rare on the day when the meaning of privacy is understood and authentic midwifery has been rediscovered.” Read this article to learn why.
Read more…. Occiput Posterior Position Should be Exceptionally Rare at Birth
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This birth story shows that even with a large, posterior-positioned baby, birth works!
Read more…. They Do Come Out