Family Centered Cesarean

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Skin-to-skin is so important, and when there is no reason for a baby to be separated from her/his mother after ‪#‎birth‬, we do not do it!‪#‎SeeBabyMidwifery‬ offers ‪#‎FamilyCenteredCesareans‬, which includes immediate skin-to-skin unless other care is needed. This recent article is about one hospital implementing skin-to-skin in the operating room: Implementing Skin-to-Skin in the OR, Huffington Post You can see …

Optimal Cord Clamping

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An important subject; a “powerful participatory idea”  The first 90 seconds of baby’s life can make a difference. One simple practice with huge implications is Delayed Cord Clamping–or as Alan Greene wants us to call it, Optimal Cord Clamping. Greene points out in this talk that there is no evidence that clamping the cord immediately after birth is beneficial, and …

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It’s that time again – Atlanta Magazine released it’s “Top Doc”

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It’s that time again – Atlanta Magazine released it’s “Top Doc” issue this month, and Dr. Bootstaylor has been acknowledged as a Top Doc in Atlanta  for the 5th year in a row!  We at See Baby really do make every effort to provide the best care we can, for the patients and families we serve.  THANK YOU to all …

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VBAC stands for Vaginal Birth After Cesarean, and there are too many myths out there about the benefits and risks about this birth option. For instance, did you know that the risk of miscarriage is greater from amniocentesis than a VBAC? Read more about some of the myths and what the evidence shows here #BringBirthBack! with #SeeBaby and #SeeBabyMidwifery www.seebaby.org