Types of Midwives
Loss, and the Pregnancy That Follows
There are four main types of midwives in the United States. While there is some overlap in their training and typical practice setting, each has a distinct path to midwifery.
4 Menstrual Products You Need to Know About
October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Approximately one in five women experience pregnancy loss, so while it’s not an uncommon phenomenon, women are rarely vocal about it.
It seems that "alternative" menstrual products have really taken off over the past few years--not surprising as women are becoming more and more aware of problems with traditional menstrual products, including toxic chemicals and excess waste that harms the environment.
Pregnancy: 5 Things You Don't Have to Say Yes To
Somehow, women are diminished to vessels meant to be agreeable to whatever is "best for the baby."
Hospital Midwifery Care
Choosing a care provider will drastically influence the outcomes for a mother and her baby as well as the options and choices available to her during her pregnancy and birth.
5 Myths About Annual Well-Woman Care
As one of Buffalo's only private-practice hospital midwives, I am proud to offer women the ability to choose the birthing location that feels right to them.
What is the midwifery model of care?
We help humans come out of vaginas. A little menstrual blood is no biggie.
5 Things My Husband Taught Me About Fatherhood
The midwifery model of care assumes that transitions such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause are normal life events that do not require routine intervention. Midwifery supports these normal processes but can also provide medical intervention when desired or necessary.
There's something really special about forming and transforming who you are and who you want to be while doing it beside someone you love who is doing the exact same thing. So far away from family, all we've ever really had is each other to rely on, which has brought us a great deal of teamwork & resilience.