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Last night I read this article Buy Xanax Without Prescription,  about Ina May Gaskin and her crusade to de-medicalize childbirth for healthy pregnant women from last week's NY Times magazine. I enjoyed it. Of course, cheap Xanax no rx, as a midwife who believes that home birth is a safe, Where to buy Xanax, viable option, within certain contexts for healthy childbearing women, I am reading it with a biased eye, get Xanax.  I loved reading about the author's own journey in writing this story during her pregnancy and subsequent birth. Where can i cheapest Xanax online, It was fascinating to read her account, what her thought process was while researching, and then read about her account of her own childbirth in which she experienced much of the coercion towards surgery that she had heard so much about during her research, what is Xanax. I enjoyed reading a new viewpoint on Ina May's outside-the-box style and felt that the author had a pretty balanced eye on the things about Ina May that are common-sense vs those that might be more on the fringe of acceptability; but mostly, I was again amazed to read about how, at 72, Ina May Gaskin is still a crusader for women, Buy Xanax Without Prescription. It made me wonder if I will still have that passion in 35 years. Order Xanax from mexican pharmacy, And then I read the comments.

The comments ranged from (and I paraphrase): "Home birth is the only way to have a baby" to "Anyone who has a home birth should be thrown in jail for child-endangerment." Given that this article was unfortunately titled "Mommy Wars: The Prequel" it was hard to not be surprised. But I was, Xanax price, coupon. Buy Xanax Without Prescription, What strikes me, is that many people who wish to ban home birth are what would be called the 'East Coast Intellectual Elite' of which, I suppose, I am one, given that I have a degree from McGill and two from Columbia. These are the same people who will tell you they stand with Planned Parenthood, Online buying Xanax, and defend a woman's right to choose-- to NOT have a baby-- with their dying breath. And this is where it gets murky to me. I'm going to be clear: I am firmly pro-choice, Xanax description. I stand with Planned Parenthood. I will defend your right to choose when, how, and why you get pregnant, Buy Xanax Without Prescription. Order Xanax from United States pharmacy, I am for all kinds of families. 'Traditional' two parent of opposite gender families. Single-parent families of either gender, australia, uk, us, usa. Same sex parent families. Buy Xanax Without Prescription, Whatever makes a family to you, is okay by me. Xanax pictures, It's really none of my business. And that is what most liberal intellectuals would say too. So, purchase Xanax online no prescription, why the shut-down when it comes to home birth. Purchase Xanax for sale, I will also defend your right to choose how, where, and with whom to give birth, order Xanax online overnight delivery no prescription. Again, because that is your CHOICE, Buy Xanax Without Prescription. There are very few people who believe that it's an all-or-nothing scenario. Xanax samples, A home birth above all is not what most people choosing home birth want. They want the best outcome for themselves and their babies and after doing their research, interviewing midwives and obstetricians, my Xanax experience, have decided on the best course FOR THEIR FAMILY. Where can i buy Xanax online, Do things go wrong at home births. Buy Xanax Without Prescription, Yes, of course. They also do in hospital births and for low-risk women, often from iatrogenic causes, discount Xanax. That is why the majority of people choosing a home birth, Herbal Xanax, also choose to give birth with a skilled provider who is trained to handle, and has dealt with emergencies that can arise suddenly, but who also knows how to judge how a labor is progressing and determine whether it is safe to continue at home or if a transfer to the hospital is warranted, australia, uk, us, usa. What makes both 'patients' and (very few) providers delay transfer are the way they are often treated by the medical establishment when they arrive for a transfer, Where can i buy cheapest Xanax online, and is the subject of an earlier post. One of the docs in the comments of the NYT piece talked about getting the patient 'dumped' on them during a home birth transfer with the midwife ceasing to provide care at that point, and asks, cheap Xanax, 'where is the professionalism in that?' I wonder if it occurred to him to ask why his hospital wouldn't grant admitting privileges to that midwife so that transfers could be more easily and professionally facilitated.

But, Jenn, you ask: you are not a home birth midwife, why does it matter to you so much, Buy Xanax Without Prescription. Order Xanax no prescription, It matters, because, in my opinion, canada, mexico, india, a woman's right to choose is a woman's right to choose. Get Xanax, It boggles my mind that the same people who will fight for women's right to not have a baby if it is inconvenient or detrimental to her current situation will not allow her to choose the manner in which she bears the child she decides to keep. As medical providers (and yes, I AM a medical provider and am proud of the lifesaving medical skills and knowledge that I have) we either believe in patient autonomy or we don't, purchase Xanax for sale. I decided to be a midwife in the hospital vs a home birth midwife because I wanted to bring midwifery to where the women are. Buy Xanax Without Prescription, And in the US, the vast majority choose to give birth in hospitals. Ordering Xanax online, What I find to be sad about that is that I've had to make the choice, because midwifery practices rarely have the opportunity to provide choice of place of birth in this country.

So, purchase Xanax, what can be done. Xanax no prescription, I don't know that I have the answer, but to begin with, I think we need to stop the polarized way we think in this country, where can i order Xanax without prescription. Liberal vs Conservative. Where  have all the moderates gone, Buy Xanax Without Prescription. Xanax interactions, That applies to medicine too. We need to stop simply paying lip service to the idea of patient autonomy and make it a reality. We need to step out of the American mindset that needs to polarize everything, Xanax reviews. Home birth is not  the right choice for everyone, Order Xanax online c.o.d, but it IS for some people. Buy Xanax Without Prescription, Hospital birth is not the right choice for everyone, but it is what most Americans choose. What we need is to stop shutting down and have real dialogue. We can make birth better for everyone from the family to the providers of care, fast shipping Xanax. Having a healthy baby IS very important, but it's not the ONLY thing that is important or there would be no PTSD, postpartum depression, or feelings of failure. We can provide safe, effective care, to all women in many environments, with many types of skilled providers, but we have to stop fighting-- and I need to learn to stop reading the comments, and hope that real dialogue isn't a pipe dream.

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  1. Shannon says:

    It’s an interesting read. My husband and I are preparing to try to conceive our second baby later this year. Before, I just went to the nearest clinic and had a regular ole’ hospital birth (induced). I don’t think it mattered that much to me then because I’d grown up as a military brat – in the military you just saw whoever was on duty, plus, I’d had tubes in my ears up until I was ten, so hospitals were sort of a normal thing for me.

    All that said, for the first time in my life I *own* a house and have plans to live in the same spot for decades (weird). I realized recently that here in Minnesota, I have a vast array of options for labor. My hospital delivery wasn’t bad by any means. Kiddo had passed the meconium (nasty, nasty when they broke my water) and then I just pushed him out 11 hours later. I’ve connected really well with a young doctor here in town and her specialty is ob/gyn and labor & delivery. The idea that she could not only be my doctor all through the pregnancy and then actually deliver my kid kind of blows my mind (I now live in a town of 7k, so like, small town doc ‘n all LOL).

    Anyway. A friend of mine had a home birth (they’re now missionaries in Guinea) and it seemed to go well. Your thoughts are interesting to me because honestly, there’s a lot I’d never considered before…

    • Jennifer says:

      I’m glad the posts give you food for thought. That’s what my intention is. Whatever you decide needs to be right for you, and it will be! Small towns often provide more humane options than big cities, believe it or not. Good luck to you and your husband!

  2. Shae says:

    I’m interested in your opinion. I recently read on Facebook that an acquaintance of mine is planning to have her child at home. The part that caused me concern was that she is not planning on having anyone trained there to help. She and her husband plan to do this all on their own. She was telling others that it is perfectly safe to do this. I haven’t ever had a child and never plan to have one so I will not claim any knowledge of childbirth, but this seems like a really bad idea. What is your opinion?

    • Jennifer says:

      It’s my opinion that this is a really bad idea. But it’s not my choice to make, it’s theirs. And as much as the idea makes me want to tear my hair out, I will defend their right to make this choice.

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