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Gas And Air by Clemmie - 2d ago

After you have your baby, care is handed over from your midwives to your health visitors. Essentially health visitors are there to support ..read more
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‘Dear Clemmie, I am writing to you, partly because I need to tell this story to someone. But partly because you have a platform and I ..read more
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Everyone will have a different route to beginning their midwifery journey. But after we start, everyone comes together and experiences ..read more
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Gas And Air by Clemmie - 1w ago
You are probably all more than aware that there are many different area’s you can work in as a midwife and whilst studying you will be ..read more
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Gas And Air by Clemmie - 1M ago

From the time you become pregnant, your body undergoes many changes, both expected and otherwise (who knew about that incessant itching as ..read more
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Gas And Air by Clemmie - 1M ago
So I completed my first 3 weeks of university – and then it was literally straight out onto my first 4 week placement! I felt mixed ..read more
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When you gain your place at university you are required to declare any health concerns or problems that you have, and you may be referred ..read more
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At 34 weeks my second baby was diagnosed breech (not ideal for a hypno birthing Mama) but worse things could happen, I know! My ..read more
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Ok, so the title made it sound more dramatic than it really is but it pulled you in didn’t it! “No” might be a bit of an over ..read more
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Leah Hazard is a serving NHS midwife. Having studied at Harvard, she left a career in television to pursue her lifelong interest in women ..read more

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