https://www.healthline.com/health/betty-ann-daviss-midwife-breech-births Betty-Anne Daviss travels the world training healthcare providers in vaginal breech birth, which often isn’t attempted when a baby is breech, or feetfirst. In the 40 years since she attended her first birth in Central America, Daviss has traveled all over the world — from the Northwest Territories in Canada to Germany to AfghanistanContinue reading “This Midwife Is Fighting to Make Vaginal Breech Births a Thing Again”
Category Archives: Midwifery
Labor Day: We Asked a Midwife What to Expect
https://goop.com/work/parenthood/labor-day-we-asked-a-midwife-what-to-expect/ If there’s one thing the experts agree is guaranteed about pregnancy and birth, it is that “it will likely be very different from whatever you might be imagining.” This is Julia Bower, a CNM (certified nurse midwife) in Austin, Texas. Bower has delivered over 800 babies in her over her twenty-plus-year career. In case youContinue reading “Labor Day: We Asked a Midwife What to Expect”
42 Weeks and counting (loving overdue babies)
http://wisewomanwayofbirth.com/42-weeks-and-counting-loving-overdue-babies/ Carrying a baby to 42 weeks and beyond has become such a big deal in our culture. In a healthy pregnancy, carrying the baby longer is a good sign and results in a baby that sucks well and is ready for extra uterine life. This is the information that I give to mothers whoContinue reading “42 Weeks and counting (loving overdue babies)”
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