Posts tagged acog
VBAC Support Group for Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley

Virginia is for Doulas is beyond thrilled to bring you our cesarean/vbac support group to the Winchester area! We want families who are considering or planning a VBAC to have a safe, open place to discuss VBAC options and find support along the way.

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How to Prevent Malpositions of Your Baby in Pregnancy

We've all heard about breech and transverse babies, let's talk about working with and around that! No one wants to hear the words " your baby is breech" or " your baby is transverse", this often means your provider will be concerned about vaginal birth with a baby in this position.

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ACOG Updates Cord Clamping Guidelines

Delayed Cord Clamping was not standard in all hospitals and parents had to request it be done after the delivery of their newborn. However, new guidelines released by the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) on delayed cord clamping

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Sleep-training Isn't Evil

I'm sure you've heard of the LA mother who hired a Sleep Coach to work on sleep-training her three-month old baby while she and her husband went on a weekend get away. Mothers are either praising her or shaming her for her decision to leave her baby while she enjoyed mimosas with her husband for a weekend. The problem with this judgement is that the misconceptions surrounding sleep-training are way off.

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