What is the best thing about the birth climate in your area?
The International Cesarean Awareness Network is powered by the selfless efforts of our numerous volunteers. We cannot thank our dedicated volunteers enough for their cooperation and service in assisting ICAN with accomplishing its mission. In an effort to acknowledge some of our amazing volunteers who work tirelessly behind the scenes... Continue reading →
Dr. George was my OB/Gyn for my second pregnancy. My first one end up with unnecessary C-section due to my lack of knowledge and too much trust in doctors. My second pregnancy was pretty “rocky”. I started bleeding at 6 weeks and experienced a couple of severe bleeding episodes at... Continue reading →
ICAN is excited to announce Talia Haynes as our newest chapter leader! She has completed training and will be leading ICAN of Tucson! . If you could change one thing about the birth climate in your area, what would it be? I would love for Tucson to have more home birth options.... Continue reading →
My first child was born via emergency cesarean in February 2011 after a cascade of routine hospital interventions. The experience was very traumatic. I did not get to see my baby until three hours after he was born. I had nightmares for weeks. I had postpartum depression. I felt like... Continue reading →