Blog Talk Radio Programs by Gloria Lemay

LICENSING AND REGISTERING MIDWIVES: At What Cost?

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Keeping Boys intact

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Listen to the archived program: “Pushing for First Time Moms” recorded Fri., May 28, 2010

Program recorded on Fri, June 4 “Pelvises I Have Known and Loved”

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New program recorded on Fri, June 11 “Jeannine Parvati Baker” recording on “Earth Medicine”

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VAGINAL BIRTH AFTER CESAREAN

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9 thoughts on “Blog Talk Radio Programs by Gloria Lemay

  1. You can go to this link for all info on past and upcoming programs
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/waterbirthinwoman

    or, you can click on waterbirthinwoman in the widget thing-y above and that will get your there, too.

    I’ve only done the 2 programs so far. Next week it will be a recording of the wonderful Jeannine Parvati Baker. Looking forward to sharing that with my readers.

  2. Dear me I got a little sniffly hearing you in my study again like you’re sitting next to me. How lovely, I’m so thrilled to be able to share this with women! *kotc* Thanks, G. 🙂

  3. Thank you so much for your “Pelvises I Have Known and Loved” blog talk! I was just this week again told by my CNM that I never could have birthed my 11 lb 7 oz baby because there was no way he would have fit, and that there was no point in even attempting a VBAC for my next one because babies just get bigger. I left very unsettled, and have been considering all week whether or not I should be discouraged and resigned to believe what she said, or to keep on believing what all of my studies have told me and keep on planning for a VBAC. You have reaffirmed my instinct that God/nature has designed my body to be able to birth the baby that my body grows. Thank you again, and thank you to a wonderful home birth midwife I know for pointing me in your direction.

  4. Hi Heather, thanks for your comment. A baby weighing 11 lbs 7 oz in a first pregnancy would indicate that you might be gestational diabetic. You can “prevent” a gestational diabetic pregnancy by following the regimen for gestational diabetes even before becoming pregnant. It’s actually a good lifestyle and diet for anyone. Gloria

  5. It was great to hear from Jeannine today. I’ve really enjoyed all your programs so far. I only wish there was a midwife like you in my area.

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