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The Birthkit Issue Number 39 (Autumn 2003)|
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* Lessons From a Homebirth Practice: A former doctor, John Stevenson, shares the things he's learned about homebirth, from the clinical to the emotional.
*A Letter From Bali: Midwife Robin Lim talks about life, birth, struggle and
midwifery in Bali.
*Homebirth in Crisis: Health writer Tessa Thomas writes about the dismantling of the only specialist homebirth team in northeast London, and what it means to the whole country.
*A Physician's Personal Experience With a Doula by Denise Punger: A doctor compares the births of her two sons and makes a case for every woman to have a doula.
*Midwife's Journal: Regular writer Jerry Whiting shares stories and photographs of a beautiful breech birth.
*The Midwifery Model of Goofiness: Renowned birth attendant Gloria Lemay takes a look at telling the truth without all the drama.
*Tonics for Women's Reproductive Health: Susan Perri explores the uses of Evening Primrose oil and cramp bark for nourishing, balancing and restoring physiological function vital to the health of the female system.
*Experience: A Midwife's Greatest Teacher: Jan Tritten shares about t he births of her children and how they motivated her to become a midwife.
*And as always, Staccatos.
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