I have written this story over and over in my head. While I sleep. While I stare in amazement into very quiet beautiful eyes. I have so much to say, but so little words. I want to thank everyone who has been checking in on me for the past few weeks and all of you who have sent us such beautiful words. I have taken them all and kept them in my heart as I spend these new miraculous moments and days with our little Matthew. Learning all the curves of his face, exhaling deeply and lovingly whenever I think of him. I am in love!
Matthew Gerard Gaitan was born into his Poppas arms on September 11th at 5:33 PM. It seems like just a second ago and yet here I am a week later writing down his story to remember for ever and to share with all of you.Read more
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Pelvic Injuries and Vaginal Delivery.
As midwives we are conducting a study to see what are the percentage of women that don't have a successful vaginal delivery and also have an injured pelvis. Here are the points we are try to prove. To avoid an unnecessary transfer or potential candidate for a vaginal delivery
- Any pelvic injury in the you life need to be reported
- If you have had a successful vaginal delivery and then had a pelvic injury
- Chiropractic adjustment before every deliverying
- Any congential anamolies that include bone structures. Will give examples later...
- Have been told you have a small pelvis and it could be corrected by surgery
- If you had a pelvic injury and a successful vaginal delivery.
- Had a leg injury on the thigh area that could have affected the pelvis
- Have had preterm labor success vaginal delivery with a pelvic injury
So we are recruiting clients for information. You do not need to be our client to participate.