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Sofia Abdul Ali shares her experience with the maternity health care system in India as well as her dissatisfaction with her birth experiences and finally the amazing postpartum care she received from family. Sofia didn’t have any pictures she wanted to share and prefers to communicate with listeners via the comments on this page.
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Thank you so much Sofia for having the courage to share your stories. I enjoyed learning about birth in India.
Thank you so much Sofia for sharing your birth story with us. If only we could provide that sort of loving care to every post partum woman.
So happy you had the resources to research birth and educated yourself. You are very strong. Blessings from Canada.
Sofia, thank you for sharing your experiences of giving birth in India – so fascinating to hear and so impressed
that you dared challenge the status quo.
So interesting to hear! Thank you for sharing this! Go Sofia!