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#1 of 7 Old 07-29-2010, 07:38 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi! This is Finding Your Tribe's Oregon Resource Thread. This thread has been created to share local non-profit information and free resources within local communities. This thread and forum are not to be used for commercial purposes. If you know of a non-profit or are associated with a local non-commercial organization that benefits the community (parenting, breastfeeding, environmental groups, babywearing, etc), please feel free to post to this thread with more information (meeting times, link to the local organization, etc). If you host a free, local non-profit meeting, you may also post a monthly reminder thread in the forum.

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#2 of 7 Old 09-06-2010, 05:17 PM
 
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I am new to Mothering.com, so I'm not sure I am asking this question in the right place. But, I am pregnant with my 2nd child and would really like to have a more fulfilling birth experience than with my first. Ideally, I would choose a birthing center or home birth with a midwife, but I have Insulin-Dependent Diabetes (for over 24 years) and had high blood pressure during my last pregnancy. I am limited to using an OB in a hospital, and I do not like my current OB. Does anyone have any suggestions for an OB who has a lot of experience with unmedicated births?
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#3 of 7 Old 09-26-2010, 12:16 AM
 
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I would ask the midwives at OHSU who they would recommend. Linda Glenn probably has the most experience. You could probably get a consult with her and ask her which OBs are the best for natural birthing.

Mom to Elena 5/08 & George 8/09.
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first, what health ins. do you have? I can help if you have Kaiser I know there are tons of doulas here and maybe they could direct you to someone they know who is under insurance?
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a great list of local resources for Portland folks:

http://www.mothertreebirth.com/resources.php

 

 

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Penny Harmon is by far the best midwife there. Linda was way to judgmental for my taste.
 

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Penny Harmon is by far the best midwife there. Linda was way to judgmental for my taste.

 



We love Penny. I haven't had babies in Oregon but she does the well woman care for me and my teenage daughter.
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