Resources and links

Facebook has a number of support groups: Breech Birth UK and Coalition for Breech Birth that were predominately set up by women to support women in their breech journey’s

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Here are some other breech websites and pages that maybe helpful:

Breech Babies club: http://breechbabiesclub.org/

Breech Birth website: https://breechbirth.org/

NHS choices; http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/breech-birth.aspx

RCOG guidelines (note there is a new guideline expected in 2016) https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/guidelines-research-services/guidelines/gtg20b/

Maternity informed consent: http://www.birthrights.org.uk/2013/07/informed-consent-in-childbirth-making-rights-into-reality/

AIMS website:

http://www.aims.org.uk/Journal/Vol10No3/breechCSvsNormal.htm

AIMS leaflet on breech:  http://www.aims.org.uk/pubs.htm#breech

RCOG: choosing to have a caesarean section  https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/patients/patient-leaflets/choosing-to-have-a-caesarean-section/?gclid=CKPL1sbYxc0CFYcp0wodrt4MrA

Benna Waites book https://www.amazon.co.uk/Breech-Birth-Guide-Pregnancy/dp/1853435635

Maggie Banks  book http://www.birthspirit.co.nz/product/breech-birth-woman-wise/

and link online workshop: http://www.birthspirit.co.nz/breech-birth-online-workshop/

Videos and images:

External Cephalic version video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qT2jBxVoOQc

American link to breech information: http://www.informedpregnancy.com/#!heads-up/cef1

 

If you find a helpful link or resource, let us know. Thanks