Im not looking for medical advice, just your thoughts on taking a client with a known Cerebral Aneurysm. Have you taken clients with one?
I've had 2 non complicated spontaneous vaginal births. My blood pressure has always been low and within safe range. I was diagnosed with a rare form of aneurysm off of my carotid artery. Its a Fusiform aneurysm. I was told I've most likely had it for a very long time (My children are only 4 and 2). would this deter you from taking me as a client?
Thanks in advance!
Torre, LPN, Doula, Breastfeeding Peer Counselor. Loving wife to Shawn . AP mom to x 2....
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