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BIRTHFIT Changes

BIRTHFIT Growth and Changes

We have spent the last year restructuring from the top down and inside out, so that we remain in alignment with our values as we expand and grow the BIRTHFIT movement!    I want to share a little bit of backstory with you.   As the CEO and Founder of …

General Anesthesia C-Section

Cesarean Section Under General Anesthesia

When most women think about having a cesarean section (or c-section), they usually think of the common regional anesthesia procedure that is administered in the form of either an epidural or spinal block where the mother is conscious as the baby is born via an incision in her lower abdomen. …

BIRTHFIT Coach

BIRTHFIT Coach Is an Honor: Requirements and Recommendations 

We frequently hear from personal trainers and/or coaches (women and men) wanting to be a BIRTHFIT Coach. However, when we share our BIRTHFIT Coach Education and application requirements and recommendations, many people vanish or have a hard time understanding why we cannot just “let them in”.    Our BIRTHFIT Coach …

What to Do for Prodromal Labor

What to Do for Prodromal Labor (False Labor)

Prodromal labor is also called false labor, pre-labor, or latent-labor. While it goes by many names, many who have experienced will call it one thing: a pain. Prodromal labor can be an emotional rollercoaster — it’s the little boy who cried wolf of labor. You see, prodromal labor is the …

Two Vessel Umbilical Cord

Two Vessel Umbilical Cord, What Does That Mean?

From my clinical experience, most women are unaware that an umbilical cord is made up of three vessels. So when a mom-to-be is told that her umbilical cord has only two vessels, they aren’t sure what to do with the information. This blog will dive deeper into the anatomy of …