Shortly after my traumatic birth and subsequent dropping of my after care, my midwife sort of vanished for the birthing scene in the area. I usually do a search for her around DD's birthday and I found that she now has her business back up and running and that she also has another midwife working with her.
It felt like a punch to the gut seeing all her birth affirmations and crap that she spewed to me on her site and know the reality of the care she provides.
I went and left reviews on the health care rating sites that I could find her on, but I'm afraid it won't be enough.
Monica - single mama to DS and DD
I think you and I are in the same shoes where our trauma is directly related to the "care" of our MW, rather than birth itself. It sucks so badly and I don't want anyone else to ever be in my shoes. I just try to reassure myself that she is learning from her mistakes with me and most likely will never screw up quite so badly again.
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