Karate Chop Fetus! Week 17!

Week 16 review. I have been in a bad mood I don’t know what it is. I think it’s hormones. I traded in the nausea for grumpiness and a very highly easily agitated nurse I don’t know why. I don’t know why. I don’t know why It’s been bad It just seems like all of […]

Do Fetuses Poop?

The little scar in the middle of your abdomen marks the place where, for about nine glorious months, all the nutrients you needed to grow and develop and survive flowed straight into your bloodstream while you just floated around in a sac of amniotic fluid. But have you ever wondered what was going on with […]

Moving From Loss to Baby Joy

(slow music) – A couple years ago my husband and I were very elated to find out that I was expecting. Unfortunately, they realized that there was an infection in my body. So, my OB said, “You know, we need to go ahead and save Mom now.” And we had to deliver early. So that […]

Why Is Childbirth So Difficult? | Darwin, MD #1

Imagine serving as a physician in the obstetrics and gynecology department of a large hospital. Two women arrive on the same day ready to each give birth to their first child. Both are twenty-five and experienced an uneventful pregnancy. They are fit and ready for the experience. Both planned for a vaginal delivery. One did […]

Birth Vlog – Welcome Luke Ballinger!

How to Become a Midwife : Midwives & Fewer Injuries During Childbirth

Hello! My name is Maureen Browne and on behalf of expertvillage.com, we’re here in this clip today to describe a little about midwives and the prevention of perineal trauma during childbirth. Midwives have a lower rate of epidural use and with this there is less incidence of extensive perineal tears, such as a third or […]

Labor and Delivery Nurses Provide a Seamless Experience

Hi, my name is LaToya. I’m a labor and delivery nurse at Mary Immaculate Hospital. As of today, I have brought in 152 babies into this world. Oh, I love working with Bon Secours. What’s most important to me is my team. Our nurses are awesome. We are the cream of the crop and we […]

How to Become a Midwife : Midwives & Fewer Injuries During Childbirth

Hello! My name is Maureen Browne and on behalf of expertvillage.com, we’re here in this clip today to describe a little about midwives and the prevention of perineal trauma during childbirth. Midwives have a lower rate of epidural use and with this there is less incidence of extensive perineal tears, such as a third or […]

Packing Our Hospital Bag for Labor and Delivery

– Hello everybody, I am 38 weeks pregnant with our fifth child and I’m finally getting around to packing my hospital bag. I have been a little stressed about this I would have liked to have it packed a week or two ago so I’m glad that I’m doing it now. I’ve just honestly been […]

What does a Midwife’s scope of practice look like? What are the do’s and don’t do’s

Welcome to our Well Rounded Momma YouTube channel. Thanks for joining us. If you like this video, like subscribe and ring the bell. Today we’re going to be talking about the midwife and your newborn. How does midwifery care affect the care and keeping of your newborn baby? What is in our scope and what […]