If we had to talk about the most frequently asked questions we get about TAPS, this would have to be one of the most common.
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What are the long term effects TAPS, and what does it mean for my babies?”
Diagnosing TAPS is done one of 2 ways – before, or after birth. At the moment, a lot of cases are diagnosed after birth, because MCA Dopplers are still not mandatory, and a lot of professionals refuse to do them yet. The evidence is there that they save lives, we have treatment protocols, and yet we’re still fighting to have them as part of our routine care. Frustrating, right?
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You’ve seen that we post a lot about the importance of MCA Dopplers. In fact, we’re kind of obsessive, a little annoying, and sometimes downright blunt when it comes to them. (You can read a little more about how TAPS is diagnosed here.)
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Today we’re asking: How are YOU?
World Mental Health Day is recognized each year on October 10th. The World Health Organization uses this day to raise awareness of mental health issues, and also boost support of organizations who support mental health programs. It’s about making sure that people can talk openly about their diagnosis, and fostering the idea that mental health care should be made a priority.
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In a society where the rights of the unborn are a hot topic,
and often vehemently protected, we have to ask ourselves a question –
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Why do some unborn babies have more of a right to survival than others?