Heads Up: The Dissapearing Art of Vaginal Breech Delivery
Heads Up • 33m
A breech baby is born nearly every four minutes in the United States. Until the year 2000, a woman could opt to birth her breech baby vaginally or via surgery. Then, in 2001, a study came out that took away one of those options. The study was later found to be faulty, but the damage was already done - vaginal breech birth was almost completely eliminated from medical school training and from delivery rooms. Heads Up features several women confronted with the disappearance of this option for their breech babies. Among others, actress Morena Baccarin and holistic living personality Kimberly Van Der Beek struggle to find providers who will attend them in a vaginal breech birth - all under the pressure of their imminent due dates. Through their personal accounts and the perspectives of medical professionals, Heads Up explores this widely misunderstood subject and the need to restore this lost art and lost option.
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'Heads Up' features several women confronted with the disappearance of the option of delivering their breech babies vaginally. Among others, actress Morena Baccarin and holistic living personality Kimberly Van Der Beek struggle to find providers who will attend them in a vaginal breech birth--al...
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Morena Baccarin at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Heads Up: The Disappearing Art of Vaginal Breech Delivery' was very grateful to have the option to birth her breech baby vaginally.
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Dr. Elliot Berlin and actor Mercedes Mason appear on Fox11s "Good Day LA' discussing breech birth options with hosts Steve Edwards and Araksya Karapetyan.