Tag: fetal

Make Birth Easier Campaign – After Care (Featuring A Personal Story)

‘Fetal navigation techniques can facilitate easier, faster and safer birthing thus reducing the ever increasing number of caesarean sections performed and the amount of drugs administered. A reduction in medical intervention, and particularly caesarean sections, would reduce the necessity for aftercare; helping to cut… Continue Reading “Make Birth Easier Campaign – After Care (Featuring A Personal Story)”

Make Birth Easier Campaign UK

An excerpt of this article was published in The National Childbirth Trust (NCT) magazine in June 2015. ‘I turned my back-to-back baby and regulated my own contractions to avoid induction and cesarean section – most British midwives don’t know how to do what I did… Continue Reading “Make Birth Easier Campaign UK”