Cesarean Politics

Easy-2-share link to this post: https://tinyurl.com/y53plzej Mayday Series ~ Chapter 5 The Me-3 movement: a new political action platform for dealing with women’s biology and reproductive health issues: Standing on the shoulders of the Me-2 movement to launch Me-3: A contemporary women’s movement specifically related to exposing and combating inappropriate gender-related issues relative to sexual […]

 Part 3 ~ 2019  Easy shortcut to share –> http://tinyurl.com/y65wzon5        word count 4700 How did the extreme discordance btw the scientific studies and current obstetrical standard of care come about? A quick history of fetal monitoring: Intermittent Auscultation & EFM ~ verbs, nouns, and names of physician-inventors   The first person to […]

Part 2 ~ False Association btw Cesarean surgery, preventing pelvic floor damage in moms & protecting OBs & hospitals from lawsuits ~ Part 2 (of 3)

by faithgibson March 7, 2019

Part 2 (of 3) ~ 2019 word count 2800 Easy-to-copy-&-share link –>  http://tinyurl.com/yxz3h5oe Is a policy ‘elective’ Cesareans an effective strategy for saving the pelvic floor of childbearing women? ~ “A Scar is Born Every 39 Seconds” ~ Headline for an April 15, 1998 ad in Ob.Gyn.News for a new product to rub on C-section incisions […]

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What OBs say to other OBs @ ACOG’s 2018 Annual Meeting: Claim that elective induction @ 39 weeks will reduce the US cesarean rate

by faithgibson November 15, 2018

What obstetrical doctors say to other doctors about routine induction and claims that this policy will DECREASE the CS rate: Post of two reports supporting new “”Gold Standard” for American Obstetrics as routine induction @ 39 weeks for all healthy women with normal pregnancies (those with complications or high risk pregnancies will be delivered based […]

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A new website to report obstetrical mistreatment, bullying, other kinds of abuse & medical treatments without informed consent

by faithgibson November 5, 2018

If anyone is interested in pursuing what consumers are saying about insensitive, insulting, or bullying by their health care providers,  here is a link to a new website called My OB Said WHAT?  www.myobsaidwhat.com It is a site where consumers post those insensitive, insulting, annoying, hurtful, or bullying remarks or other statements said to them […]

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