Midwife website?

Discussion in 'Home & Natural Birthing' started by AbiMom74001, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. AbiMom74001

    AbiMom74001 New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm the mom of a two year old girl, and we are about currently trying for our second child. I have a good friend who had a great experience in both of her births with a midwife and that has caused me to start researching midwives in general, but I've gotten frustrated with the amount and quality of information available online. I'd like to create a website to capture all of the information I've gathered in this process, but I'm not sure if other people would find it helpful or what information they would most like to see.

    If you could design a site to help educate expectant parents about midwives, what would you like to see on it?

    Is there anyone out there who has used a midwife? How did it go?

    What is the one thing you wish you knew going in to the process?

    Have you found any websites with really helpful information on midwives?

    Thanks a lot for your help!
     
  2. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    Where are you located? You may want to change the title of this thread to reflect that, as, for instance, us in the UK are quite familiar with what a midwife is since it's the low risk normal here.
     
  3. candypanda

    candypanda Well-Known Member

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    Definitely, in the Uk doctors are not the default for assisting deliveries, midwives are.
     

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