http://www.medindia.net/news/breastfeeding-may-reduce-the-mothers-risk-of-developing-diabetes-161929-1.htm (Click link above to read the study) Another case for why (**WHEN POSSIBLE for mama and baby!) breastfeeding is to be encouraged and recommended.
Category Archives: Maternal Health
Natural Birth After A Caesarean: New Guidelines Assure Women It’s ‘Possible And Safe’
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/10/02/natural-birth-after-caesarean_n_8231566.html?edition=uk “New guidance from the RCOG states a vaginal birth after a previous caesarean section has a success rate of around 75%, which is the same as for first-time mothers. Even if the woman has had two or more previous caesareans the success rate of a vaginal birth only reduces slightly to 71%.” (click linkContinue reading “Natural Birth After A Caesarean: New Guidelines Assure Women It’s ‘Possible And Safe’”
What High-Risk Pregnant Women Need to Hear
http://www.brandyferner.com/what-high-risk-pregnant-women-need-to-hear/ The transition from being an innocent, hopeful and glowing pregnant woman to one that’s stamped “high-risk” is not an easy one. Sometimes something urgent and scary happens that immediately flips that coin and other times the change is like a slow-moving car driving towards a new state line. Regardless of how quickly the new realityContinue reading “What High-Risk Pregnant Women Need to Hear”
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