Well personally, I'd rather be in the care of a homebirth mw than anyone else, in her situation. First, hb mws are way more likely to be able to help her use nutrition and supplements to rebuild her blood fairly quickly--and to get as healthy as possible in general. 2nd, and this varies so I'd want to ask to be sure (during initial interviews), a hb mw is less likely to fiddle with her placenta/cord--more likely to support a naturally occurring birth of the placenta instead of using force (force/traction so often leads to pph).
And, pardon me---Lazy Uterus????? Sheesh. The phrases these docs come up with! Always trying to blame women's inadequacy for problems that arise that are MOST OFTEN (according to the evidence, mind you) caused either by providers needlessly hurrying, or needlessly using drugs/procedures that end up causing or contributing to problems.
How about instead: Pushy Doctor Syndrome-- as in "oh, I suffered a pph last time, caused by P.D. syndrome; I've been told that this is likely to repeat each time I give birth, since standard of care dictates that I receive cord traction and only 5minutes to get my placenta out."
Or maybe: Impatient, Overworked Staff Syndrome--as in "yes, I had to deal with IOS Syndrome last time. I'm told this is likely to repeat at my next birth, so I'll need xyz drug/procedure to prevent damage....."
trying to be funny here, but seriously.
If I were her I'd get my birth records and get them to someone who can help me figure out what exactly happened and why. And then I would avoid allowing the same 'syndromes' to affect my next birth!