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The results from the two randomized trials on cervical checks at the end of pregnancy. The potential benefits and potential harms of prenatal cervical checks. How to handle a situation if your doctor traditionally does vaginal exams at the end of pregnancy, but you don’t want one for whatever reason

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Evidence for using Moxibustion to turn Breech Babies

November 11, 2013 by Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, APRN © Copyright Evidence Based Birth®. Please see disclaimer and terms of use. Approximately 3-4% of babies are in a breech position (bottom-down) at the end of pregnancy. Most women who have a baby in breech positioning...

American Obstetrics in the 1950’s

While conducting some research for an upcoming article on "failure to progress," I found that I needed to read the original version of the 1954-1956 “Friedman curve” articles. The only way to read these articles was to request 3 volumes of obstetric journals from the...

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