• Your Healing Place – Pregnancy & Childbirth | Marin General Hospital
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    Your Healing Place – Pregnancy & Childbirth | Marin General Hospital

    Everything changes when you have a kid it is not just taking care of yourself it is caring so deeply for another being that is part of you and it is totally amazing. Camille Hale is mother to three-year-old Travis. The birth and my first child was very difficult I felt completely heartbroken when they told me that I had to have a c-section. When Camille learned she was pregnant again she wanted a completely different experience. It was important for me that I would be able to try to have a vaginal birth. My doctor gave me the party line of we allow VBACs but you know your chances…

  • Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?
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    Having a VBAC or Vaginal Birth After Cesarean?

    If I want to push a baby out my vagina. I can. That’s true….True Hi. Welcome to our channel. If you would like to see more videos like subscribe and hit the bell. Today we’re going to be talking about vaginal birth after cesarean. We’ve had some requests from some of our subscribers and so today that’s what we’re doing. Today’s the day. Today’s the day you’ve all been waiting for. You asked for it and you’re going to get it. We want to kind of tackle that a little bit about what that looks like, what the risks are, how you can accomplish that, and who will allow you…

  • High Risk Pregnancy Indicators and Diagnosis (Q&A)
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    High Risk Pregnancy Indicators and Diagnosis (Q&A)

    So, when we think about what makes a woman high risk again we typically divide it into a maternal indication or a fetal indication or sometimes it’s the maternal-fetal pair indication. So, thinking about maternal indications… anytime a woman has an underlying medical condition…people often know about high blood pressure, diabetes but it could be asthma, a seizure disorder, a thyroid disorder, prior history of a corrected heart problem, you know, renal disease, kidney disease, anything… any underlying medical problem – that qualifies a patient for high-risk. Now within that we kind of stratify patients in terms of high-risk-high-risk or low-risk-high-risk and we can make plans accordingly. Again, any mother…

  • Face of Birth – Meet the experts – Hannah Dahlen on VBAC vs repeat caesarean
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    Face of Birth – Meet the experts – Hannah Dahlen on VBAC vs repeat caesarean

    ————————————- meet the experts VBAC vs repeat caesarean: choice and implications for mother and baby Women who choose homebirth often have a different philosophical framework ————————————- meet the experts VBAC vs repeat caesarean: choice and implications for mother and baby to women who choose hospital birth. ————————————- meet the experts VBAC vs repeat caesarean: choice and implications for mother and baby And we’ve just finished the study looking at the choices around vaginal birth after cesarean section. And what became really clear, is: women who chose to have vaginal birth after cesarean came from what we called a mother/birth framework. Their philosophy was: “What’s good for me and makes me…

  • How To: Write A Birth Plan! | Kristen from Millennial Moms
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    How To: Write A Birth Plan! | Kristen from Millennial Moms

    – Hey, guys, Kristen from Millennial Moms, and today we’re gonna be talking about how to write a birth plan. I feel like birth plans are an extremely important part of the labor and birthing process for two reasons. First, they help you mentally prepare for going into labor, and second, they let everyone who’s there know what your expectations are. I have my birth plan from when I had my daughter Chel, and I probably rewrote this thing about five times. There’s so many different templates you can download online. I went through all of those, but eventually I just wrote everything down. So today I’m gonna tell you…

  • VBAC: Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section
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    VBAC: Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section

    (light guitar music) – For delivering we — everything we know in the field just definitely shows that we need to deliver after 39 weeks. At 39 weeks or after. So, we aim to deliver after 39 weeks. If there’s a medical problem that would make us deliver early, then that’s a whole different story. Otherwise, we deliver after 39 weeks. When women have had previous C-sections and are now pregnant again for the second time or the third time or fourth time, but have just had one previous C-section. There’s a lot of thought and talking that goes into deciding what they wanna do for this pregnancy. There, there…