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Here is a snippet from Chapter 10 of Canary in the Coal Mine: Birth in Eastern Europe and Russia. This chapter is written by Daniela Drandic, Nicholas Rubashkin, Tamara Sadovaya and Svetlana Illarionova
Quotes below will give you an insight into what will come “Women who refuse to agree to major surgery just because their healthcare systems are refusing to offer them options on vaginal births are turning to alternatives, including unlicensed home birth and unassisted birth. Standing by idly while this happens, without addressing the underlying reasons is not responsible public health management, it is pushing a growing problem under the carpet.” (Daniela Drandic) “I realised women are the ones who lose when midwives and obstetricians fight or don't work together” (Nicholas Rubashkin)
In this chapter the authors explore birth in Eastern Europe and Russia from the perspective of a consumer, an obstetrician and, finally, from two Russian midwives. Daniela Drandic, who lives in Croatia, tells the story of her four birth experiences in Croatia. She had two caesarean sections followed by a miscarriage and finally, a homebirth. She experienced misinformation, coercion and finally a redemptive birth that has motivated her to be an even greater advocate for women. Nicholas Rubashkin is an obstetrician who tells the story of his own birth, and his experiences and research in Hungary where birth remains controlled by obstetrics. Finally, Tamara Sadovaya and Svetlana Illarionova give us a brief insight into childbirth in Russia.