https://www.instyle.com/videos/pregnant-during-coronavirus-experience-essay Over the past several days, it feels like the baby growing inside me is struggling to get out. As he gets bigger, the walls around him – which just so happen to be made of my flesh and organs – have closed in tighter. In this time of coronavirus, I understand my son’s claustrophobia.Continue reading “Equal Parts Fear and Hope: What It’s Like to Be Pregnant During Coronavirus”
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What Does a Doula Do?
http://www.birthzang.co.uk/2016/09/doula/ (click link to read the entire interview on birthzang.co.uk) I got asked today whether I support women who already have a birth partner, usually their life partner, and yes I do. I think being a doula supporting almost 100 births, I must have done maybe five where there wasn’t also a birth partner present.Continue reading “What Does a Doula Do?”
The Most Scientific Birth Is Often the Least Technological Birth
http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/03/the-most-scientific-birth-is-often-the-least-technological-birth/254420/ If you look at scientific literature, you find over and over again that many interventions increase risk to mother and child instead of decreasing it. When I ask my medical students to describe their image of a woman who elects to birth with a midwife rather than with an obstetrician, they generally describe aContinue reading “The Most Scientific Birth Is Often the Least Technological Birth”
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