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This week I’m discussing the topic of childbirth complications. I’m sure you will agree that it’s always valuable to have all the facts at your fingertips so you are prepared, so why should childbirth be any different?
This week’s special guest Gina Mundy is an attorney that has specialised in childbirth cases for more than two decades. Gina wants to share mistakes that are made during labor and delivery with the world and has authored a book, drawing on her knowledge, to help parents prevent these mistakes, avoid childbirth complications and have a healthy baby.
Gina has poured her heart and soul into her book which took more than one year to put together, with thousands of hours invested.
During our chat you’ll hear Gina talk about her book and the following topics that are covered:-
- The top 10 most common facts and issues in baby and how the drug Pitocin often plays a part in childbirth complications.
- The importance of doing a birth plan to help you make better decisions which maybe necessary when birth complications arise, at a difficult, highly stressful time for mums.
- The importance of having someone who is there for you during this difficult time and able to make difficult decisions on your behalf if necessary when birth complications occur.
And much more…
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About Gina Mundy
Gina Mundy is an attorney that specializes in childbirth cases. For over two decades, she has analyzed the mistakes that are made during labor and delivery.
Throughout her career Gina has traveled nationwide, engaging with healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, and midwives to explore all aspects of labor and delivery. These interactions have provided her with invaluable insights, enabling her to appreciate the diverse perspectives prevalent in different regions of the country. Meeting with experts from various states, she has explored and analyzed the myriad of issues that can arise during labor and delivery, impacting both mother and baby.
Drawing on this knowledge, she has authored the book “A Parent’s Guide to a Safer Childbirth” to help parents prevent these mistakes and have a healthy baby. Rather than merely getting involved after a mistake was made, Gina has taken a proactive approach by getting involved before childbirth.