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Carlos
05-02-12, 23:19
Lovell, 36, suffered a heart attack while giving birth to Zahra, at home. She was taken to hospital but could not do anything for her, but little has survived.

http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2012/02/03/internacional/1328261777.html

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The tragedy occurred on Jan. 23 at his home in Melbourne and with it, has reopened the debate on natural childbirth at home. Lovell had made ​​every preparation to give birth to her daughter, but a complication during childbirth made ​​her heart stop.

When doctors arrived home Lovell was already very serious. She had two daughters, Lulu of three years and the newborn, Zahra, and her husband Nick.

One of the midwives who attended Lovell said the cause of death could have been bleeding, but the facts are still being investigated.

The woman had spent half his life asutraliano pressing the government to get state aid for women who wanted their children at home. "Life will be in danger without the help of midwives appropriate by the state," said one of his letters addressed to the Government.

"Personally, I am very surprised and ashamed that home birth is not a free choice of the woman who wants to give birth in their environment." he added.

Since 2009 made ​​several complaints and wrote many more letters to the Australian Executive to request that midwives who attend home births were regulated, financed and have legal protection, as in other countries.

johnwalsh007
05-03-12, 06:11
Thanks both for the encouragement. I'll probably start the project today.

Carlos
05-03-12, 23:00
Hello, Welcome, I hope it will stay profitable at the same time entertaining and interesting.

Taranis
06-03-12, 16:06
Carlos, stop using some automatic translation program without checking if what you translated into English makes any sense at all.

Carlos
06-03-12, 22:55
Carlos, stop using some automatic translation program without checking if what you translated into English makes any sense at all.


Nice to see you, what do not you understand?

Franco
24-03-12, 03:15
That's what I call learning the hard way.

Carlos
24-03-12, 03:58
That's what I call learning the hard way.


It is possible, but it's my way.

Franco
24-03-12, 15:54
It is possible, but it's my way.

I'm refering to that ignorant woman who died while giving birth at her house.

Carlos
24-03-12, 17:53
I'm refering to that ignorant woman who died while giving birth at her house.

If his government had listened to their requests would be alive today. Getting it right can give birth at home, I would like, would do anything for being a single mother in this case father, of course.

Franco
24-03-12, 20:01
If his government had listened to their requests would be alive today. Getting it right can give birth at home, I would like, would do anything for being a single mother in this case father, of course.

What should the Government do, send medical assistance to every home people want to give birth at? There exists something called hospitals, use them. My grandmother once told us that her sister died due to complications while giving birth to her first son. There existed hospitals in Badajoz in 1950 , but people, specially in small towns, simply prefered to do what this woman did, so she died while she was being moved to the hospital due to the hemorrhaging. My grandmother decided then that she would give birth at the hospital and she did the right decission because she had three girls and a son but with zero complications during childbirth. It's a bit shocking that almost illiterate women in 1950 had more common sense than these freaktivistis of the XXI century.

Carlos
25-03-12, 01:27
What should the Government do, send medical assistance to every home people want to give birth at? There exists something called hospitals, use them. My grandmother once told us that her sister died due to complications while giving birth to her first son. There existed hospitals in Badajoz in 1950 , but people, specially in small towns, simply prefered to do what this woman did, so she died while she was being moved to the hospital due to the hemorrhaging. My grandmother decided then that she would give birth at the hospital and she did the right decission because she had three girls and a son but with zero complications during childbirth. It's a bit shocking that almost illiterate women in 1950 had more common sense than these freaktivistis of the XXI century.

It is a way of seeing. Not one hundred percent of women will want to give birth at home, but if there is a minority who want to give birth at home, do not think it is so difficult to provide professional assistance in their own homes, when did you ever been sick the doctor has gone to visit his home? not so strange.