More than 90% of women in France say they are satisfied, or even very satisfied, with their medical care during pregnancy and childbirth, according to the latest 2021 national perinatal survey. technical gestures that are sometimes considered inappropriate and too invasive by birth attendants. Professionals have heard the pleas of women, who are now to be systematically questioned about their preferred mode of delivery.
Because this feeling of not being heard gave rise to a dangerous form. “There was a certain ‘bobo’ tendency of desire give birth again at homewith some midwives who lent themselves a little– says professor Celine Scholer, head of the gynecology-obstetrics department of Saint-Etienne University Hospital. And we, the male and female practitioners, absolutely did not want that because it is an unacceptable risk to the patient that would make us…
Source: Le Figaro
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