Myths & Realities of Debated Pregnancy & Birth Topics

By
Shannon M. Clark, MD
|
April 29, 2021
Myths & Realities of Debated Pregnancy & Birth Topics

How do you find accurate pregnancy information?

There are so many resources to gather information about pregnancy, labor and birth. How do you know what's accurate and what's misleading? In this episode of Yoga| Birth|Babies, Deb Flashenberg and I speak about the myths and realities of many pregnancy and birth debated topics. We cover a range of topics from epidurals (does the epidural medication pass through the placenta?) to putting garlic in your vagina to prevent Group B Strep. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal Yoga Center in NYC, and a doula and childbirth educator. The conversation we had was so interesting and I’m thrilled to share it with you!

I provide no nonsense, evidence-based answers to questions gathered from the Prenatal Yoga Center community.

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Shannon M. Clark, MD

Shannon M. Clark, MD

Shannon M. Clark, MD, MMS is a double board certified ObGyn and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist, and founder of Babies After 35. In her roles as a clinician, educator and researcher at UTMB-Galveston, she focuses on the care of people with maternal and/or fetal complications of pregnancy. Dr. Clark has taken a special interest in pregnancy after the age of 35, which according to age alone, is considered a high-risk pregnancy.

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