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BirthTrauma 41m
' I was left with an unsettling feeling of being not only out of control, but actively put in danger.' Shocking stories of poor maternity care from the US.
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Jan Smith 3h
Looking forward to hearing all the speakers and meeting fabulous staff working to support families at out conference today. For those that can’t make it you can follow us today using
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Emmy Sep 17
Started my daughter's 4th birthday by shouting at her. Our relationship is still fraught 4yrs after her traumatic birth changed my life forever. please send me hugs please, I'm scared it will always be like this.
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Suzanne Hodgson 3h
On my way to the conference in Huddersfield. Looking forward to presenting this afternoon
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Mothers with 4th Degree Tears Sep 17
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K Sep 17
oh the baby was so unwell today. 6 months ago i’d have totally freaked out. but i did it! a whole day and i survived! recovery is a journey. & today i’m kicking its ass! now for wine & chocolate! 🍷
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Dr Rebekah Tennyson Sep 18
Incredible how common stories like this are, I never noticed before I gave birth... so much more needs to be done to support mums and their partners after childbirth - a little can really go a long way in the hours and days afterwards
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🦋 Emma Jane 🦋 Sep 17
There are some that just reach down into your soul and give gifts that are beyond valuable.
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🎆 Jeanniebop 🎆 Sep 12
In the last few weeks I've spoken to two women who've experienced and indicated that they find programs such as etc very upsetting and triggering. It's very important to be cognisant of these women when these programs air. too
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Homerton Maternity Sep 12
Did you know that we have a clinic that is jointly run by our midiwfe & nurse to help women who have been affected by ? It’s part of a range of services we offer. Contact us for more information.
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Davey B Sep 14
Replying to @PNDandMe
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ISPOG Sep 17
Join the discussion on Childbirth Trauma at in on 9-12 October 2019. The full list of oral presentations in this flyer - don't miss out still time to register:
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Nazihah Sep 12
Are you a midwife? Or working within the maternity setting? Introducing you to the STUMP study, exploring the association between the severity of witnessed by health professionals and the severity of symptoms ()
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Catherine Roy Sep 12
Stillborn charity suspends counselling service through lack of funds.
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PANDAS Sep 16
Sometimes it doesn’t rain, it pours! But even after rain comes something beautiful ❤️
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Samantha Phillis Sep 13
What a brilliant, inspiring 2 days learning the BA 3-step REWIND process with It was a joy to be taught by such an authentic, generous, ethical practitioner! Have loved meeting up with my ex colleagues too!
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PANDAS Sep 13
Even when you are struggling - the fact that you are going through this and you totally got this! Means you are strong 💪and your doing amazing and keep going - you’ll reach the other side x
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Mothers with 4th Degree Tears Sep 13
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Dr. Ron George 👨‍⚕️ Anesthesiologist Sep 11
My Uterus Ruptured During Labor. Here's What Happened Next.
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Catherine Roy Sep 12
Replying to @EllisMarianne
I think tokophobia needs to be differentiated from fear after . Avoidance as a result of trauma is not the same as a phobia. And sadly we know there is no specific pathway for birth after birth trauma, it's encompassed in PND or left untreated.
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