https://www.motherrisingbirth.com/2018/10/fire-your-ob OBs play very influential roles in women’s lives during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum. Having the right or wrong person at your birth can make or break your vagina. Literally. Unfortunately, sometimes the doctor or midwife a woman chooses in the first trimester turns out not to be such a great fit as pregnancy progresses. But how shouldContinue reading “15 Signs That It’s Time to Fire Your OB, Now! | Mother Rising”
Category Archives: OB-GYN’s
OB-GYN Group Issues Major New Cord Clamping Recommendation
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ob-gyn-group-issues-major-new-cord-clamping-recommendation_us_585acaabe4b0de3a08f3de4b?ir=Entertainment& More and more research has said there are benefits to keeping the umbilical cord attached for several minutes after childbirth ― a practice known as “delayed cord clamping.” But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has held off from endorsing the practice, saying there was insufficient evidence to support it universally. This week ACOGContinue reading “OB-GYN Group Issues Major New Cord Clamping Recommendation”
5 Things Your L&D Nurse Wishes You Knew
When it comes to labor and birth, sometimes you get more when you know what to ask for. As an L&D nurse, it is my job to ensure that a woman is informed, empowered and autonomous t… Source: 5 Things Your L&D Nurse Wishes You Knew (click to read the blog)
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