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But the very unmedicated Paige Emery of Echo Park had an entirely different goal in mind.
A Sun Sentinel investigation last year found that Armor has left severely mentally ill inmates unmedicated and malnourished despite having the authority to help them.
Doing something as insane as unmedicated birth or breastfeeding for a year is ambition, a truly bonkers and insane drive to succeed.
In fact, after about 24 hours of unmedicated labor, her doula made a suggestion.
When my daughter was born in 1984, the birth took 29 hours of unmedicated labor.
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