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“Although my previous labors had been long and drawn out, I was classified as low-risk with no foreseeable problems.”
“If you’d like to have a home birth, you and your midwife should evaluate your overall health, obstetric history, nutritional status, home environment, and social support to make sure that you are low-risk in other words, that you’re very likely to have a healthy pregnancy and give birth with no serious problems.35 Here are some questions to consider:”
“It reported (as it usually does) finding and removing one low-risk tracker cookie.”
“For low-risk women in first and subsequent pregnancies, care in a midwifery unit is safe for them and their babies, and leads to more straightforward births without medical interventions such as an emergency caesarean.”
“This sprang to mind when I read about the Birthplace in England study, comparing the data for 65,000 "low-risk" women planning to give birth either at hospital, in a midwife-led birthing unit, or at home.”
“It scares me to think that, with my history, even factoring in my increased age, I'd have probably been judged a promising "low-risk" candidate for a home birth for my second child.”
“Professor Peter Brocklehurst of the University of Oxford and colleagues in the Birthplace in England Ccollaborative group found that adverse outcomes for the baby – including stillbirth, death soon after birth and oxygen deprivation whichthat could cause brain damage – were rare in women who had low-risk pregnancies.”
“Women with low-risk pregnancies should have the right to choose where they want to give birth, conclude the authors of the research, set up to answer the fraught question of the relative safety of hospitals, birth centres and home.”
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