Pregnancy After LEEP: Is There a Risk?
During a LEEP procedure, a wire loop electrode with an electrical current is used to remove abnormal tissue from the cervix. Photo (c) Brent Allison
2008 clinicas nort
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Intact Perineum ~insight from a midwife
infant. The intact perineum begins long before the day of the birth. Sharing what the feeling of a baby's head stretching the tissues will be like and warning the mother about the pitfalls in pushing will go a long way to having a smooth passage for both ...
Did I really need to have a c-section?
When I got pregnant 16 months later, I discovered that VBAC (Vaginal Birth After C-section ... The year I had my second son, 2004, 29.1 percent of all births in America were surgical – and it rose to over 30 percent just a year later, according to ...
Tamera Mowry-Housley’s Blog: The Waiting Game
Due Oct. 30 with their first ... Is it just me, or does it take you other moms-to-be FOREVER to roll over in bed just to get up and out to USE the bathroom? I timed myself once out of curiosity, just see how long it took me to go to the restroom.