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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Protecting the Disabled from Birth Trauma

I am a big advocate of natural and non-invasive childbirth , and I do recognize the rare instances that require the supervision of a physician. One such example was recently brought to my attention.. It is explained in the text of an email below. I understand that "Kay" needed supervision. But her birth story is not to be expected. This is not how birth should be handled, for anyone, especially those like "Kay" who rely on others to protect her well being.

This is from a friend,  "Kay's" foster mom. Its kind of long, I tried to shorten it.. Email sent 8/23/11

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