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Optimal cord clamping and delayed cord clamping – what is it all about? What options do we need to consider around cord clamping after birth. Why do these matter to the health of our baby or babies?What should we do if a baby is born without a midwife or doctor? Why do we cut the cord anyway? Sophie discusses the third stage of birth and the choices that parents have around cord clamping, highlighting the all-important NICE guidelines to have optimal cord clamping, enabling placental […]

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Sophie chats about birth plans after reading two very differing opinions about them recently. ¬†What […]

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Postnatal doulas can be invaluable support to families, including when their birth didn’t go as […]

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As we learn more about the microbiome of newborn babies, the more we realise we […]

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Sophie’s in a field – she’s fired up by a story she’s just read about […]

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Sophie’s sharing a story she’s read on a public forum from a Mum whose family […]

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Sophie challenges a GP’s recent assertions that doulas charge “extortionate prices”.  She considers the value […]

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Sophie talks about how exciting it is that the World Health Organisation has recognised the […]

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Sophie talks about the recent news articles about the benefits of singing for postnatal mothers […]

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