I am studying my least favorite subject tonight – TORCH infections.  I have to admit to not learning much about these in class, not because we didn’t cover the information, but because I was not yet thinking about infections like a midwife. As a childbirth educator, my training in pregnancy infections went something like this.  “Herpes is no big deal. They can cover any spots and prevent spread to the baby.”  “Toxoplasmosis is no big deal. Most women with a cat have already been exposed.” I was then assured that the medical community exaggerated these infections and used them to get women to do whatRead More →