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“Is it possible to have a natural placental birth after induction?” That’s a question I get asked a lot. My first reply to this ..read more
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My favourite birth-related research paper this month (by a very long way) is about oxytocin and birth. It’s titled “Maternal plasma ..read more
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It might be the summer holidays here in the UK, but that’s not stopping the media from sharing misinformation about induction of labour ..read more
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What are the downsides of our focus on having a due date?  In my last post, I wrote about the problem of fixed point expectation syndrome ..read more
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“A womyn’s body is like a flower in nature. Some wimyn have had their petals forced open, physically or emotionally. Some wimyn have ..read more
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If Doctor Who turned up in front of you right now and offered you the chance to go elsewhere in time to change, remove or amend one tenet ..read more
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The Cochrane collaboration first published a review on vitamin D in pregnancy in 2012. This was updated in 2016 and a 2019 update has ..read more
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I once carried out a literature search on shoulder dystocia for a homebirth emergencies workshop and came across this fabulous quote by ..read more
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“EFM has become a quintessential example of the perils of adopting new medical technologies without proper study of risks and benefits. ..read more
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