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The Bella Birth of Xander Blake Bromwich

The Bella Birth of Xander Blake Bromwich 31.10.12 at 1:49pm (39wks 4 days) 3.54kg - 52.5cm - Head 34cm Saturday 27th:  I notice many changes such as tender breasts and mucus turning from whitish to the fertile raw egg white kind. Sunday there was a bloody show (light pink tinge to the mucus). I

2018-10-25T18:09:03+00:00

The homebirth of Archie McGuire Wolfe

The homebirth of Archie McGuire Wolfe The homebirth of Archie McGuire Wolfe 06/08/12    12lb4oz (5.56kg) HBA4C My greatest achievements in life have been my 9 gorgeous children. Each of the journeys that delivered them to me has been unique. With each new pregnancy, my “risk” status grew in the eyes of healthcare providers &

2018-10-31T18:32:01+00:00

My birth story of Lucas

My birth story of Lucas By Carolynne Glover Just a brief history of prior births: 1st C-section - was induced because of back pain at 39w2d. Being my 1st, I didn't know any different and I thought my dr was doing what was best for me. On the night of the 2nd of March,

2018-10-31T19:26:11+00:00

The Successful VBA4C Birth of Jamie Wolfe

The Successful VBA4C Birth of Jamie Wolfe Jamie Wolfe was born the 8th of March 2011 As a mother of 8 beautiful children, I have quite an extensive birth history. Before Jamie’s birth I had had 13 pregnancies - 3 vaginal births, 4 c/sections, 5 miscarriages & a successful VBA4C. Two of my c/sections

2018-11-22T20:12:25+00:00

Lilli Amba Coombes – Tragic Story

Lilli Amba Coombes - Tragic Story Born 18/04/05 at 3.20am Weighing 8lb 8oz and 55cm long You were a complete surprise to us at first but how wonderful for Jack (your big brother now 3 ½) to have a play mate. At 6 ½ weeks we had our first scan and your due date

2018-12-12T18:48:45+00:00

My Journey to Homebirth

A wonderful and positive VBAC story. In Karen's first pregnancy she planned waterbirth. The birth ended in a failed induction of labour and caesarean. For her second pregnancy Karen planned a homebirth ...

2019-01-04T19:01:08+00:00

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC)

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC) By Jane Palmer The incidence of caesarean births is on the rise. In the past caesareans were not common, but now in Australia almost 1:3 women will give birth by caesarean. Australia greatly exceeds the World Health Organisations recommendation that the caesarean birth rate should not be greater than

2019-01-15T18:12:20+00:00

Successful VBAC With Gestational Diabetes

Successful VBAC With Gestational Diabetes This is the story of the pregnancy and birth of my second son. My first son Sam was born by emergency caesarean after a dream pregnancy, 20 hour labour and getting stuck at 9cm dilatation with an anterior lip. This time I had morning sickness for 16 weeks, back

2019-01-13T18:48:38+00:00

VBAC Excerpt

VBAC Excerpt By Jane Palmer If you’ve have had a caesarean birth and you get pregnant again, the question arises as to whether you can give birth vaginally or whether you’re going to need another caesarean. To some extent, the answer depends on the kind of caesarean you had. Most are done through what’s

2019-01-13T18:53:11+00:00
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