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Regrets about past mistakes, wrong turns and bad choices are pretty much wasted energy. Of course, learn what you can, but then let it go. The truth is you don’t have the perspective to judge mistak...
A beautiful tribute from a daughter to her midwife mom: "I am thankful for you because year in and year out you are in a profession where you have to work holidays. Not all, but in most cases... you end up on call for a lot of them. It's a thankless job, not many people realize what you are sacrificing by being on call, putting yourself last to be at the beck and call of your patients, and most likely having to miss out on family gatherings. So THANK YOU for being the most amazing mom and midwife I know. You put up with an awful lot, and don't get thanked enough. Love you Mama!!" ... See MoreSee Less
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The rate of accreta after two cesareans is greater than the risk of uterine rupture after one cesarean.*