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I handled the surges really well using the techniques we had been taught.

In sharing my experience, hindsight is a wonderful thing. Sebastian was born at 9.03am on the 8th September weighing 8-pound 3.5 oz. Even with the knowledge you gave us, I suppose you don’t truly know how it will be until you go through it. Next time I don’t think I’ll go private. As you warned …

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The Obstetrician said she was surprised that I’d done a lot of thinning gradually, then dilated quickly!

Thankyou Vicki for sharing your knowledge and experience with us during our Hypnobirthing Australia classes in Karratha. We ended up having a great experience at the hospital especially after we contacted you while we were at the hospital and you emailed with additional information and support when we were unsure of what to do. It …

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ACOG says “VBAC associated with fewer complications than repeat caesarean delivery!”

For the most part, I feel so positive about the new VBAC guidelines just released by ACOG this month (ACOG Practice Bulletin #184) and wanted to share a few highlights that potential VBAC women can really push for with their own care providers here in Australia. We seem to be so far behind in Australia, …

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I truly imagined each long deep breath out, pushing our baby through the birth canal

Introducing our little man Lennox Jack Brodie, born at home Friday 28th July 2017. The birth of Lennox was completely different to that of our little girl Jorja, who graced us with her presence at 35 weeks. The private hospital pressured me into an induction with my FIFO partner only just making it home in …

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