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I cannot emphasize enough how critical it is to know your options in birth. It is important to know you DO have the right to ask questions, to get a second opinion, to voice your concerns and to be a strong advocate for yourself or your baby. Otherwise, you could quickly find yourself doing things you never wanted to do.
This was made clear to me again at a birth not so long ago.
My doula client wished to refuse the istration of erythromycin (eye ointment) in her newborn.
The nurse told her «It’s actually illegal» not to consent to that. My client looked at me in alarm, as of course we had reviewed her birth plan together, she knew her options and she had discussed it with her doctor as well. She had done her research, made her decision and now was being told it was illegal to refuse eye ointment? How could this be?
Illegal is a big word. It implies that you would be breaking the law for making a medical decision for your child, as is the right and obligation of a parent. And if you break the law, there are consequences. What are they going to do? Take the child? Report the parent? Force the parent to do something she didn’t want to do? It’s upsetting to hear that the decision you feel you’ve made in the best interest of your child is « actually illegal «.
Fortunately, we knew better.
And we knew to ask questions.
Illegal? Since when? Why? What are our options?
Are you familiar with her medical history? Can we verify that with the doctor, please?
While we were having this conversation, the nurse opened the baby’s diaper and applied a clear bag around the genitals. When I asked what she was doing, she explained they needed to get a urine sample from the baby to test for drugs. She hadn’t explained what she was going to do before starting to do it and I had never seen this done, so I had questions about this too. She said it was a new protocol for babies who are born quickly.
Again, we were not afraid to ask questions. Is this a standard hospital policy?
What drugs are you screening for? Did the doctor order this drug screen? Wouldn’t drugs show up in mom’s blood tests? Would mom’s history of fast labors affect this decision? Can we verify the need for this with the doctor, please?
The nurse stepped out to talk with the doctor. She soon returned and said he’d replied « No big deal, just sign the form » about the eye ointment and that the urine drug test was unnecessary. Whew! Two undesirable things avoided in just the first hour of birth.
Had we not asked questions, that baby would have had eye ointment and a drug test.
That’s not the end of the world, but those are things these particular parents did not want for their baby. So it matters. By asking questions and advocating for their wishes, they were able to have their wishes respected.
It’s important to note that this nurse was very friendly, she was helpful and I have no doubt she was doing everything she thought she should. Frankly, I’m also certain that those nurses serve a segment of the population where, sadly, drug use is rampant in pregnant moms and their babies and where the eye ointment really would be beneficial for baby. None of our questions was hostile; we were simply genuine, firm and friendly.
This is one of the many reasons why a doula can be so invaluable for you during your birth experience.
She is there to advocate for you, and to think of the questions you would want to ask but may not think of right away because, you know, you’re either in active labor or you’ve just given birth and all. You’re likely some combination of tired, sore, thirsty, hungry, shaking, amazed, slightly dazed, and madly in love with this sweet new baby. Your mind is already in 100 different places at once and suddenly you get a curveball you didn’t expect and it’s hard to focus. Your doula is a labor professional who is ready to advocate for you, ask those questions, and offer the support that can truly make the difference in creating a positive birth experience for you.
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Whether you’re on holiday and looking for a quiet night out or living in Barcelona and hungry for a taste of home, its always nice to catch up on the latest movies on the big screen.
But if you can’t speak the language or, like me, absolutely despise dubbing, it can be difficult to find the original version of films…but only if you don’t know where to look.
So we’ve done the work for you!
Read on for a list of VO (original version) English cinemas in Barcelona.
Verdi, and its smaller counterpart Verdi park just opposite, offers a diverse program of independent cinema.
It is mostly European and Asian focussed but you never know what might pop up on the schedule!
This cinema offers film in their original language, not always English, with Spanish subtitles – a great way to learn a bit of the language as well as have fun.
It is just up in Gracia, easily accessible by metros Fontana (L3) or Joanic (L4) and surrounded by plenty of bars and restaurants for the perfect pre/post cinema bite to eat.
Prices vary between €4.50 and €9 depending which day you decide to go. Monday’s are by far the cheapest at half the price of the weekend showings.
Carrer Verdi, 32, Gracia, Barcelona,
Located right near the old port (the perfect place for a post-film stroll) this cinema has 15 screens in total – more than enough to keep you entertained!
It is easily accessible from the metro Ciutadella Vila Olímpica (L4) which is just 3 blocks walk away.
Prices range from €5 to €9 and the best day to visit is on a Wednesday.
Carrer Salvador Espiriu 61, Barcelona, 08005
Right in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, this cinema is nestled right amongst the old streets of Barcelona.
The best thing about this particular cinema is that for a fixed price per day you can watch as many films as you like!
Not all will be in English but hey, there’s always room to expand your horizons.
Prices range from €4.50 to €9 with Wednesday being the cheapest day but when you can watch multiple films for around €5 you’ll be getting your money’s worth any day you decide to visit this cinema.
It is slap bang in between Liceu (L3) and Jaume I (L4) so you can’t miss it, right in the centre of the city.
Carrer del Pi, 5,
This cinema offers a wide range of VO films, mostly European with some American movies in the mix, so you’ll have a range of languages to choose from if you don’t fancy something in English.
Close to a variety of restaurants on the border where Raval meets Sant Antoni, you’re bound to find somewhere to grab a bite to eat before or after the film.
Prices range from €5 to €9.
This cinema is accessible from the metro stations Universitat (L1) and Sant Antoni (L2) but if you prefer to drive, there is one hour of free parking at Parking Urgell.
Carrer Floridablanca, 144, Barcelona, 08015
Melies prides itself on offering the best that auteur cinema has to offer, whether that is English-speaking or otherwise.
You’ll find it in Eixample, close to the metro stations Urgell and Hospital Clinic.
Prices are between €4 and €7, with Monday being the cheapest day to visit.
Carrer Villaroal 102, Barcelona, 08011
With just 3 screens this cinema in Eixample will feel distinctly intimate making for a unique atmosphere and as its a little out of the way you shouldn’t find yourself battling through tourists to get in which can sometimes be the case when looking for English cinemas in Barcelona!
Prices are between €6.50 and €8.50.
Carrer Girona, 175, Barcelona, 08037
With an array of classic films to choose from, you won’t run out of options at the Filmoteca de Catalunya.
It has a massive variety of movies spanning all decades and ranging across the international film scene so whether you’re looking for something in English or looking to do a bit of listening practice with other languages this might be just the cinema for you.
Located right between Rambla de Raval and La Rambla, there are plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from should you ever be able to tear yourself away from the big screen.
Plaça de Salvador Seguí, 1-9, Barcelona,
So whether you’re a tourist looking to spend a little time out of the Mediterranean sun, an expat longing to hear your own language in surround sound or just a film buff looking to catch up on the best that international cinema has to offer, check out these cinemas in Barcelona and let us know what you end up watching – we’d love to hear your recommendations!