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Black Women and VBAC- A Guest Post By Melek Oz Speros

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Tasha after her vaginal birth after four c-sections. It can be done. You can read her story here.

Melek Oz Speros, founder of Black Women DO VBAC!, has made it her mission to bring research, birth stories, and inspiration to Black women giving birth.  We are excited to share her and her knowledge with you today and help spread the word that black women CAN and DO have vaginal births after cesarean.

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Are Birth Classes For Women Planning An Epidural?

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One thing that we as a company and our fabulous birth instructors get asked on occasion is this:

“I am not so sure I want a natural birth, should I still take your class?”

The short answer is a surprising yes.  And we aren’t just saying that because we sell birth classes.  No matter what kind of birth you are planning, we highly recommend that you take a comprehensive class of some sort.  Yes, our classes certainly do focus on preparing you for a natural birth, but they are so much more than that.   Read more

Essential Oils for Pregnancy, Labor, and Postpartum

Essential oils have the power to make you more comfortable through pregnancy, labor, and even postpartum.  But first,, what are essential oils?

Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in various parts of plants. It is the “lifeblood” of the plant and without it, plants couldn’t survive or thrive. These same compounds can help with any type of health concern our family has such as illness, allergies, pain, and emotional issues. They are 50-70 times more potent than herbs so you can imagine how powerful they can be. Read more

What is Mother-Friendly Care?

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Mother-Friendly is short for the Mother-Friendly Childbirth Initiative (MFCI).  There are 10 steps, which an institution or care provider must take in order to be considered “mother-friendly”.  .  They are very specific and some steps are harder to achieve than others.  Do not just assume that your care provider is Mother-Friendly.  Ask them.  These steps are based on evidence and what produces the best outcomes in birth.

A Mother-Friendly Care Provider, Hospital, Birth Center, or Home Birth Practice: Read more

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