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Parental leave is slowly ticking by and your return-to-work date is looming ahead! What now? Today on the Milk Minute Heather and Maureen talk about making plans for a successful transition for both you and baby. Pumping, bottle feeding, and storing milk is a lot to juggle when you've only just got the hang of having this new tiny human around. M&H break it down week by week with a manageable "To Do" list just for you!Thank you and WELCOME to our New Patrons:Stephanie Landis and Reba from West Virginia THANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSGet your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click HERE for the deets. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, or Cigna PPO – you can fill out a short form to get pre-approval to get your visits with Heather 100% approved! Click HERE to access the form!Book a Lactation Consult today! Booking a virtual consult with Maureen is now easier than ever. Click HERE to get started!Click HERE to get HappiTummi and enter code MILKMINUTE10 for 10% off your order!Listener Question: Can you please provide details about how to pump in the car?Previous Episodes Mentioned:Ep. 15 - How Much Breastmilk To Put In A BottleEp. 18 - Breastfeeding Friendly Bottle FeedingEp. 103 - Breast Storage CapacityEp. 26 - Workplace accommodations with guest Juliana Franco - Know your rights!Ep. 68 - A Milk Expression MeditationFind the new Milk Minute Podcast website by clicking here!Become a Milk Minute VIP: Click here to get behind-the-scenes-access and exclusive merch!Contact us: To send us feedback, personal stories, or just to chat you can send us an email at email@example.comGet Community Support: Click Here to Join our Free Facebook Community!Stay up to Date: Find us on INSTAGRAM @milk_minute_podcastStare at us on TikTokPrefer to read the transcript?- Click Here to read the edited version of this episode!All of the resources cited in this episode are available on our professional transcript.Support the show
Dylan Murphy is a Registered Dietitian and founder of FREE Method Nutrition, a virtual nutrition practice that exists to empower women to have confidence in their body, clarity in their food choices and consistency in their health habits. Dylan is a new mom and enjoys talking about the realness of motherhood on her social media accounts @dylanmurphy.rd in an effort to make all moms feel more empowered and less alone. We get REAL in this episode and talk about the first night home from the hospital, how postpartum NEVER ends, and best advice for new moms.
Learn more:Follow Jina on Instagram: @pastlives.tourguideListen to the Past Lives and the Divine podcastFollow along on Instagram: @yogamagicpodcast and @ashley.sondergaardLearn more about Ashley and Yoga Magic at www.ashleysondergaard.com Past episodes with Jina: Ep. 8 - Your Past Life Partnership GuideEp. 31 - The Magic of Now: Why It's So Hard to Live in the PresentEp. 121 - 2021 in Retrograde - Astrology Aha Moments Let's stay connected! Get the Cosmic Self-Care Mini Course for FREE when you sign up for our email list HERE. Let's Work Together: **Now booking for September! Book a Joint Astrology and Human Design Reading with Ashley & Sarah Leverett | During these 1 hour joint readings, Sarah will cover the basics of your Human Design chart including type, strategy, & authority. Then, Ashley will cover the key components of your natal chart & how you can work with the energy of your chart in your life today.Book a 1:1 Cosmic Self-Care Session with Ashley | Learn how to use your astrological birth chart to personalize your self-care routines, rituals and practices with this 60 minute session and customized self-care plan. Book a Birth Chart Reading with Ashley | Learn about the key components of your natal chart and how you can work with the energy in your life today during this 30 minute reading.
There are sneaky beliefs and programming that keeps us isolated and drowning in our same cycles of hurt postpartum. This episode will reveal some of the most common ones, as well three steps to overcome them and advocate for your mental health needs postpartum. Listen in. FREE SELF ADVOCACY VIDEO: https://www.lizzielangston.com/freebie-3-optin JOIN 'BETTER THAN NORMAL AGAIN' postparrtum group coaching program: https://www.lizzielangston.com/program
Incase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples and shared about it on Instagram live. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easy xo The Pussy FairyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
Brandi is great. For over two decades, she's been helping new families through pregnancy, birth, postpartum and just the overall adjustment to new life. She's a Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Pediatric Sleep Specialist, Newborn Care Specialist and has a Master of Social Work from USC. In 2009, she opened The Cradle Company as a resource center for pregnancy and postpartum. She also founded the National Association of Birth Workers of Color. In this episode we discuss how she balances international travel and relocation with her husband and three children, how she had her six week old sleeping through the night, tips for advocating for yourself in the hospital, breastfeeding and what gentle parenting is. Brandi has the coolest energy, the energy you want during this process. She is absolutely who I will be working with for my next pregnancy and postpartum journey because she just gets it - her power is just so soothing. Enjoy! Go to www.athelticgreens.com/best4 for a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs! Go to www.betterhelp.com/pia for 10% off your first month Go to www.chime.com/best to sign up for a Chime Checking Account it only takes two minutes and doesn't effect your credit score. Go to www.sackville.co and use code PIA25 for 25% off your first purchase Go to www.dagnedover.com and use code BEST for 10% for first time customers. Tear round, Dagne offers their 20% off Heroes discount to teachers, troops, vets, and healthcare workers Produced by Dear Media
Coming back from a much-needed vacation to Mexico Fran and I had some thoughts on what to expect as we move forward as parents. Particularly relationships with other parents when Remi starts his school journey. Do any of you new mothers worry about what is to come postpartum?Let us know about it on the Fitish Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pelvic health may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of women's health, yet it is an important issue that deserves attention. In today's episode, Theresa Feola , PT, WCS, PRPC, of Pelvic Room joins Dr. Joe Tatta. Theresa is a board-certified women's health therapist. She has served in clinical management roles throughout her career, but her clinical focus has been on the education and treatment of women's and men's pelvic health. Today, Theresa discusses the current state of women's health, the challenges women face in accessing appropriate pelvic health and physical therapy, and her creation and ongoing development of community-based childbirth and postpartum model called the Perinatal Partners Network.
For Elizabeth Presta, no matter what level of planning and preparation she did for her pregnancy and birth, her plans still derailed and she still was left feeling emotionally empty. That picture of becoming a mom was not at all what she expected and she instantly started to question and judge herself. We have a lot of assumptions about our pregnancy, birth, postpartum and life in general as a mother. We paint a picture in our minds, but what if it looks like a VERY different picture than the one we dreamt? Is there anything we can do to manage our expectations and what if it does feel different, how do we pivot? Learn how to… manage our expectations and know that our plans might not go as planned in this episode of the Mamas in Training Podcast. FOLLOW on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mamasintrainingpod/ WRITE a Review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1474667560?mt=2&ls=1 JOIN our Facebook Community: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/mamasintrainingpod Click HERE for the Full Show Notes ___________________________________________________
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Melissa is joined by pelvic floor physical therapists Meghan Swenck and Reihle Kash to have real talk about reasons sex might be painful post pregnancy and ways that it might be treated. They also discuss topics such as incontinence during sex, low libido, and sex after c-sections.
Dr. Elana interviews birth educator, Care Messer. Care was Dr. Elana's personal hypnobirthing instructor and she couldn't help but share her on the podcast as she is full of knowledge, and passion, with a great sense of humor for all things birth related. On today's episode, they discuss how to prepare for a natural birth. You may be surprised with how many tips and details there are that can make a true difference in how you approach labor. Whether you are prepping for labor in the hospital, birth center, or home birth, this episode is for you! Topics Discussed: The most important things parents should do when preparing for a natural birth When parents should start preparing Top 3 things parents need to do in preparing for birth Why a birth plan/birth preferences is important to consider before the baby comes Why postpartum prep is essential as part of preparing for birth Most important postpartum tips for a smooth transition into parenthood Show Notes: Birth and Postpartum courses, workbooks, and more: https://www.birtheducationcenter.com Follow Care on Instagram at @birtheducationcenter Follow Care on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/BirthEducationCenter Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website After six miscarriages, Care fostered a five-year-old little girl, named Angie, whom she was finally able to adopt at eight years old. In 2008, Care discovered Hypnobirthing for the birth of her second daughter and it changed her life's path. Her second daughter was born with severe special needs but it was her birth preparation that prepared her for such an unexpected postpartum time. Care began teaching Hypnobirthing in 2009 and founded the Birth Education Center in 2011. She is a Hypnotherapist, birth educator and a birth and postpartum doula. She specializes in fear release work, authentic communication and consciously connecting parents with their babies before they are born. It is her belief that babies can experience a “birth day” that is magical, loving, and gentle. When families take the time to resolve fears and advocate with their voice, birth can become a beautiful, positive experience. This Episode's Sponsors Enjoy the health benefits of PaleoValley's products such as their supplements, superfood bars and meat sticks. Receive 15% off your purchase by using code DOCTORMOM at checkout or head to paleovalley.com/doctormom Discover for yourself why Needed is trusted by women's health practitioners and mamas alike to support optimal pregnancy outcomes. Try their 4 Part Complete Nutrition plan which includes a Prenatal Multi, Omega-3, Collagen Protein, and Pre/Probiotic. To get started, head to thisisneeded.com, and use code DOCTORMOM100 for $100 off your first 3 months of Needed's Complete Plan! Active Skin Repair is a must-have for everyone to keep themselves and their families healthy and clean. Keep a bottle in the car to spray your face after removing your mask, a bottle in your medicine cabinet to replace your toxic first aid products, and one in your outdoor pack for whatever life throws at you. Use code DOCTORMOM to receive 20% off your order + free shipping. Visit BLDGActive.com to order. INTRODUCE YOURSELF to Steph and Dr. Elana on Instagram. They can't wait to meet you! @stephgreunke @drelanaroumell Please remember that the views and ideas presented on this podcast are for informational purposes only. All information presented on this podcast is for informational purposes and not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a healthcare provider. Consult with your healthcare provider before starting any diet, supplement regimen, or to determine the appropriateness of the information shared on this podcast, or if you have any questions regarding your treatment plan.
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After a much needed maternity leave and enjoying all the moments with my new little one, I am so happy to be back recording podcast episodes! I knew my whole world was going to change once this baby arrived, so I spent a lot of time preparing for postpartum. Now that I'm about 10 weeks postpartum, I wanted to share my experience so far and how I was able to set myself up for success. I have to give a huge shoutout to my amazing doula! She's provided so much guidance and support for me before, during, and after Blaine's birth. You can find her on Instagram @madirosedoula For 15% off Anya products, use code ALISSA15 at thisisanya.com Enroll now in The Sensitive & Soulful Self-Worth Course Follow along on Instagram: @lifebyalissa Learn more: sensitiveandsoulful.com Join the waitlist for The Highly Sensitive and Soulful Membership
HypnoBirthing is both a technique and a philosophy of birth that aims to allow mothers to experience birth free of fear and stress. Techniques are based on the physiology of a woman's body in labor and allow moms to tap into innate tools and resources that make birth a more positive experience. In this episode with Mandie Medford — a mom of 3, HypnoBirthing educator of 14 years, and owner of HypnoBirthing Las Vegas — you will learn what HypnoBirthing actually is, how the technique aligns with the physiology of birth, how the pillars of HypnoBirthing can be carried over into postpartum and motherhood, and you even get a guided ground meditation at the end! Let's get into this! Connect with Mandie! HypnoBirthingLasVegas.com @HypnoBirthingLV Mandie Medford: 702-385-3331 email@example.com Other resources: Go to Hypnobirthing.com for resources and classes across the world! Christian Hypnobirthing app My Birth Playlist on Spotify Join The Tough Love Mom Squad on FB! Get tough love texts from me each week to keep you motivated and encouraged! Text "tough love" to 205-809-7300! Need efficient, effective workouts and a simple approach to nutrition? Learn more here! Are you ready to make this journey SIMPLE so you can stop feeling overwhelmed and START getting disciplined, consistent, and confident? Snag a Starting Point Session and let's get you back on track! Connect: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more: thetoughlovemom.com Instagram: @mrslizhenderson
On today's episode, I am sharing my own story about how postpartum anxiety turned into over 7 years of deep, intense. anxiety. I attempted to pray it away, worship it away, talk it away and read it away, but it clung to me and my life. It impacted my marriage and my motherhood greatly and I desperately needed to figure out how to navigate it. In this conversation, I will walk you through Philippians 4 and five things that we can do as Christians to fight through, reject and rebuke anxiety in our lives. We will discuss resolving controversy and pursuing peace, rejoicing loudly and how being reasonable and understanding can increase our peace. I also share my own personal opinion on taking medication for mental health. As believers, we are called to pursue peace in the thick of our circumstances, but sometimes we simply feel like we're suffocating. Is it okay to rely upon medication to help? Follow along with me on Instagram @livingeasywithlindsey and on my website sparrowsandlily.com!
Nicole Akins Boyd, R-Oxford, a first-term state senator, talks with Mississippi Today's Geoff Pender and Bobby Harrison about ways to improve the lives of mothers and children in light of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. She is chairing the nine-member Senate Study Group on Women, Children and Families created by Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann.
Déchirure, prolapsus, béance vaginale, hémorroïdes : ce sont des mots que l'on redoute d'entendre après l'accouchement, des maux auxquels personne ne nous prépare. Et puisque personne n'en parle, c'est la terreur qui nous prend quand on découvre un jour, comme Clémence, que l'on ne peut plus marcher, courir ou même sauter comme avant, quand on découvre que nos organes sont aspirés vers le bas, quand on se retrouve condamnée à vivre et respirer à l'horizontale. Comment entrer sereinement dans son rôle de mère quand notre corps nous échappe ? Comment on vit son post-partum quand on souffre d'une douleur fonctionnelle et quotidienne ? Comment redevient-on une femme quand toute notre intimité est déchirée par la maternité ? On ose aborder tous ces mots qui font peur dans cet épisode, parce que l'histoire de Clémence montre à quel point le savoir et la considération participent à l'acceptation et à la guérison. Vous aimez notre podcast ? Vous êtes nombreuses à nous écrire pour nous dire à quel point vous appréciez nos podcasts. MERCI. Pour nous soutenir et nous aider à continuer, rendez-vous sur votre Appli Podcast : écrivez-nous un commentaire et donnez-nous une pluie d'étoiles pour nous propulser tout en haut du classement ! MÈRES est le podcast du média Les Louves, créé par Marion Roucheux et Marine Deffrennes, qui inspire les mamans contemporaines. Suivez-nous sur leslouves.com , Facebook et Instagram (@leslouves)
This World Breastfeeding Awareness Week, Two Lactation Counselors, Sharadha Raman from Coimbatore and myself sit down to discuss the common breastfeeding problems mother's face and what is the ultimate solution.Sharadha is a visiting counselor with two hospitals in Coimbatore and runs her own service by the name of 'Mom's Space' , a safe forum for the mothers and pregnant women to share and learn about the ways to embrace the challenges during their pregnancy and post delivery. She frequently conducts prenatal breastfeeding workshops through the forum. She is a mother of two lovely kids and focuses mainly towards educating and counseling mothers and mothers-to-be on lactation and infant massage through one-to-one sessions and workshops. In this episode you would hear1) Stories! Stories of real people with real breastfeeding issues and how they solved them.2) Where does your preparation journey start?3) How should you approach your individualised parenting and breastfeeding journey?After all, a happy mother enables a happy baby.Reach out to Sharadha on insta - @sharadharamI am hosting various Breastfeeding preparation, new born care, New mother Care sessions for Pregnant and new Parents.To sign up visit here: Link for Sign up If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify appa review on apple podcasts. Like this episode on other platforms.Next up on Season 3 is Part II of this conversation where we hear from Doula how to involve families in birth and much more.Pregnancy Series: The next episode here on ' The role of Family and Partner in the early postpartum phase'Share a note with us , find us here. Instagram: @divyakapoorvoxFacebook: MommytrackdaddywhispersPodcastWebsite: https:divyakapoor.comMail: Mommytrackdaddywhispers@gmail.com*******Postpartum meaning : Period after the delivery of the baby.
Baby boy has arrived and in this series of episodes I'm sharing everything that's been going on in the months after his birth. In this episode specifically I share from 4 - 7 months postpartum. We have transitioned to daycare and I am now pumping so I share how that journey has been. May was mental health awareness month and I touch on the importance of parental mental health and making sure to check in with yourself and other parents of young children. We also talk about world breastfeeding week, which is August 1st-7th 2022, and the benefits and work that goes into breastfeeding. More updates to come as baby boy continues to grow and things progress along the first year postpartum. Connect more with The Entering Motherhood Podcast: Instagram: entering_motherhood and sarah_marie_bilger Facebook: EnteringMotherhoodPodcast HYTM Event: healyourtraumamama Email: email@example.com Official Affiliates of the Podcast: Made for Mama Shop (ENTERINGMOTHERHOOD for 15% off) Postpartum University Hypnobabies (MOTHERHOOD20 for 20% off)
In this week's episode we are talking Pelvic Floor with the amazing MaryEllen Reider.MaryEllen is the co-director of Yarlap, the wellness device to treat urinary incontinence and improve sexual performance and experience through muscle control. MaryEllen spends a lot of time researching and finding out what's new in the pelvic floor world and the social media realm. She strives to empower women through their pelvic floor muscles. She enjoys getting to know her customers through social media and speaking events, and inspiring people about why the Kegel exercises and Yarlap are so important. MaryEllen and her dad have emerged as a leading voice in the pelvic floor and sex tech wellness space and she's a delight to talk to so definitely check this episode out. As I say in the outro, I reckon the Yarlap could be a gamechanger for the pelvic floor.We are talking about many things including;What is the pelvic floor and why is it so important?Why, oh why, are pelvic floor exercises so difficult to do for most women?You can find MaryEllen, and Yarlap in all the usual places.Her websiteInstagramAnd FacebookIn the news this week; LOADS of HPNB related newsRemember to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the competitions, wisdom and cute videos. And, of course, you can always find us on our YouTube channel if you like your podcast in video form with little pictures :) Visit healthypostnatalbody.com and get 3 months completely FREE access. No sales, no commitment, no BS. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or comments Playing us out this week; "COOL!" by James Cole
A Board-Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, AyurDoula, and CMT shares her insight on what a profoundly nourishing and healing postpartum period looks like from an Ayurvedic standpoint. You may be surprised to learn it's more than your food. Ameya Duprey of Shakti Care Ameya Duprey is a Board Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, AyurDoula, CMT & Course Creator. She helps postpartum mamas fully heal from birth so you can stop feeling exhausted all the time! She offers individualized care based on your unique constitution and needs. She can help you achieve proper health and balance through simple methods such as a specialized Ayurvedic diet, lifestyle, massage, herbs, and more. A closer look at postpartum Ayurvedic treatment Ayurvedic is defined as the science of life. Pulled from centuries of Indian tradition, it's a practice that focuses on the five elements of the body; space, air, fire, water, and earth. These elements are known as doshas. They play a natural role that centers on a person's natural environment. Understanding the ayurvedic way of living in the world, depending on your dosha, helps one maintain the body's balance, health, and recovery during postpartum and beyond. Which dosha is high during postpartum? Because giving birth is such a taxing and trying experience, it drains the body of many of its natural fluids, leaving the body dry and undernourished. This experience is known as an imbalance of the Vata (air and ether), and all moms, no matter how they deliver, experience this imbalance after giving birth. The body also uses a lot of heat during birth, leaving the body in a cold state during postpartum—a mother in postpartum benefits from finding ways to rejuvenate and revitalize her bodies life force. The aim of Ayurvedic postpartum treatment Through ayurvedic treatment in postpartum, the aim is to understand and nourish the changes that your body has experienced. Becoming a mother hits the reset button on our lives and our bodies. Knowing your life will never be the same after birth can be hard to process for many of us. But looking at it from a different angle, the first 45 days could determine the next 45 years of your life. Ayurvedic looks at postpartum as an opportunity to start fresh, to come to the crossroads, and practice new ways to support your new self and, more importantly, your new life. In general, most people share the same imbalances after birth. So the same basics apply to those in postpartum recovery. Ayurvedic-friendly postpartum recovery foods The types of food that benefit mothers in postpartum focus on rejuvenation. There are five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent. The "S tastes" - sweet, sour, and salty - are the ones that will benefit recovering mothers most in postpartum by rebuilding tissue and rejuvenating the body, and oily foods, such as soups, help level your digestion. You also want to focus on foods that warm the body. Well-cooked and seasoned help replenish the heat lost from childbirth. And lastly, according to Ayurvedic practices, avoid eating frozen or canned foods. These foods are stripped of their freshness and depleted of their natural life force. The food becomes you after it is eaten, so the fresher the food, the more your body will benefit from all it offers. Topics covered What is Ayurvedic | 1:50 How to practice ayurvedic healing in postpartum | 5:57 Supporting your diet | 8:19 Other ways to support postpartum recovery | 15:58 Mama's Menu cookbook | 32:57 The final question | 37:58 Additional resources Want to learn more from Ameya about Ayurvedic postpartum healing? Watch her free masterclass: How To Fully Heal From Birth Naturally, Without Feeling Stressed and Exhausted Explore Amey's cookbook Mama's Menu: Ayurvedic Recipes for Postpartum Healing Other postpartum resources you might enjoy Mama's Mung Soup: Ayurvedic Postpartum Recipe for Lactation The 8 Best Postpartum Teas for Healing and Recovery An Introduction to Postpartum Ayurvedic Care
Today I speak with Dr. Lisa Romanzo, physical therapist and former guest of the podcast! Today, she speaks to us about the danger and unexpected pervasiveness of RED-S Syndrome in moms. Lisa tells us about the unexpected ways moms can fall into RED-S without even realizing it and the dangerous cycle of calorie restriction. We hear about her personal experience with RED-S while she was training for the New York City marathon and how she chose to handle it.This is such an important conversation that so few people are talking about. You do not want to miss this conversation!We talk about:-the danger of RED-S Syndrome in moms-what is RED-S syndrome anyways?-unexpected appetite suppression-considerations for nursing moms-symptoms of RED-S -the role exercise plays in health-common myths about RED-S-the female athlete triadTime Stamps1:00 what is RED-S syndrome 4:30 what a typical mom RED-S presentation looks like11:34 where to turn for help13:46 the role contraception playsCONNECT WITH CARRIEIG: https://www.instagram.com/carriepagliano/Website: https://carriepagliano.comCONNECT WITH LISAIG: https://www.instagram.com/dr.romanzoruns/The Active Mom Postpartum Podcast is A Real Moms' Guide to Postpartum for active moms & the postpartum professionals who help them in their journey. This show has been a long time in the making! You can expect conversation with moms and postpartum professionals from all aspects of the industry. If you're like me, you don't have a lot of free time (heck, you're probably listening at 1.5x speed), so theses interviews will be quick hits to get your the pertinent information FAST! If you love what you hear, share the podcast with a friend and leave us a 5 start rating and review. It helps us become more visible in the search algorithm! (Helps us get seen by more moms that need to hear these stories!!!!)
Dr Margie Davenport is an Associate Professor at The University of Alberta where her areas of research including investigating the maternal-fetal transmission of chronic disease and exploring the role of exercise in pregnancy as a preventative strategy in the development of chronic disease. Margie and her team are sure shaking up our thoughts on type and intensity of exercise in pregnancy and reframing our mindset from "can exercise in pregnancy be harmful?" to - "Not participating in exercise in pregnancy IS harmful". Todays' episode, she joins us to discuss the new exercises guidelines in pregnancy and how they were developed. In addition, Margie shares with us the findings of her new qualitative research on the experiences of pregnancy and motherhood for Elite Female Athletes. We had a great time talking to Margie and we hope you enjoy the episode. Thank you to our episode sponsor: Empowered Motherhood Program You can learn more about Margie and links we discuss: The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy https://csep.ca/2021/05/27/get-active-questionnaire-for-pregnancy/ - (For fellow nerds, this is how it was developed. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35442812/) Margie's research (Google scholar link) Website: www.exerciseandpregnancy.ca Facebook: Program for Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Twitter: @ExercisePreg Instagram: @exerciseandpregnancy YouTube: Program for Pregnancy and Postpartum Health
In Episode 101 Of Edmonds Mom's Room, Dr. Allison Discusses About How Your Body Will Feel Once Starting Up Fitness Again In Postpartum And How Her Current Fitness Journey Is Going!
Yoga gets thrown around as a lifestyle 'cure-all' for a lot of pregnancy and breastfeeding issues, but can it really help? Today Maureen and Heather interview Deb Flashenberg, founder and director of the Prenatal Yoga Center in NYC and host of the podcast Yoga | Birth | Babies. Join the Milk Minute to learn all about postpartum healing through the practice of yoga!Learn more about Deb and her yoga classes at PrenatalYogaCenter.com or find her on social media.Facebook - Prenatal Yoga Center Instagram - @PrenatalYogaCenterPodcast - Yoga | Birth | BabiesTHANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSGet your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click HERE for the deets. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, or Cigna PPO – you can fill out a short form to get pre-approval to get your visits with Heather 100% approved! Click HERE to access the form!Book a Lactation Consult today! Booking a virtual consult with Maureen is now easier than ever. Click HERE to get started!Dairy Fairy - Click HERE for free shipping by using code MILKMINUTE.Welcome and THANK YOU to our New PatronsTina Trickel & Maddie CampListener Question: I am 7 weeks postpartum and want to return to exercising, but I have large boobs and am experiencing discomfort. Will this discomfort subside?Other ResourcesDavin & Adley - Click HERE to save 10% off Davin & Adley Bras with Promo Code MILKMINUTE10.Kindred Bravely - Breastfeeding Friendly Sports BrasFind the new Milk Minute Podcast website by clicking here!Become a Milk Minute VIP: Click here to get behind-the-scenes-access and exclusive merch!Contact us: To send us feedback, personal stories, or just to chat you can send us an email at email@example.comGet Community Support: Click Here to Join our Free Facebook Community!Stay up to Date: Find us on INSTAGRAM @milk_minute_podcastStare at us on TikTokPrefer to read the transcript?- Click Here to read the edited version of this episode!All of the resources cited in this episode are available on our professional transcript.Support the show
In this rebroadcast from 2020, Bekah shares how she and her boyfriend discovered they were pregnant after 3 short months of dating, and struggled to navigate their new roles as partners and future parents throughout an otherwise uneventful pregnancy. Links: Get your breast pump for free at aeroflowbreastpumps.com/birthhour and use promo code TBH15 at for 15% off supplies and accessories. Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Beyond the First Latch Course (comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
Partner support during the postpartum period is one topic we don't see discussed often. Yet, for the partner, having a baby and learning to parent is an equally transformative experience. Partners experience the birth in a different way than the birthing person. They can experience worry, feelings of helplessness, and even experience vicarious trauma. Partners will typically self-sacrifice to support the birthing person. This is often where the need for more focused support can begin. Sacrificing their own needs to support the birthing person. Setting their need for rest and nourishment aside. As postpartum doulas coming into this dynamic requires assessment skills. What does this partner need most at this point? Where are they struggling? Where are they excelling, and how can we validate and encourage them? Come join us as we discuss the many considerations in how to support partners during the postpartum period.
Find out why many mothers experience gut issues postpartum and how they can go on to cause mood issues, hormonal issues and autoimmune disorders. Learn from an Ayurvedic perspective why so many of these issues stem from not supporting digestion after birth.
The What The Fuck Happened Podcast is rebranding as the What The Fuck is Happening Podcast! Sam and Rick record fireside to update you about all things second trimester pregnancy, squirting, getting engaged and the stigma surrounding home birth.In this episode:The “What The Fuck Is Happening” RebrandPregnant sex and squirting victoriesRick and Sam's engagement and why it didn't change their relationshipRick's perspective of pregnancy and thoughts on home birth plans Body image during pregnancyAn honest conversation about codependency and the struggle of moving toward independenceRick's role in producing a new album with Sara Van HeckeSammy's transition into fully working for herselfShow References:Listen to Birthing Instincts with Dr. Stuart Fischbein + Midwife Blyss Young(Listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify)Listen to Sun Soul by Sara Van Hecke, Produced by Richard Raymond IIThis show is supported by:Butcher Box | http://rwrd.io/bxy895l?cNuuly | http://fbuy.me/s0MOgSomnifix Mouth Tape | Code ‘SRWELLNESS10' at somnifix.com for 10% off ClearSTEM Skincare | Code ‘SRWELLNESS' at clearstemskincare.com for 15% offFollow Richard Raymond Sniegowski II:@richard_raymond_ii@yourdads_old45s@welcometolimeforestFollow Sammy Conrad:@samantharosewellnesssamantharosewellness.comsamanthaconrad.comFollow What The Fuck Is Happening:instagram.com/wtfh.podcast
Episode Description: Tammi Lipp is an intuitive medium, healer and coach. Not only did she realize these gifts later in life but, because of her trauma she experienced as a child, and her own ancestral trauma, she believes her gifts have been heightened. Now she uses these gifts to help others. Join us as we talk about normalizing the intangibles which are available to us at any time. Show Notes: Connect with: Tammi! Websites: www.sacredphilosophies.com SYNERGY Program: www.sacredphilosophies.com/synergy IG: https://www.instagram.com/tammilipp/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sacredphilosophies Guest Bio: Tammi is an Intuitive Energy Healer, Medium and Mindset Coach Certified Master Mind Magic(R) Practitioner Certified in Pranic Energy Healing Certified Clairvoyant Practitioner Tammi Lipp lives in South Florida with her husband and son. A former Commercial Real Estate Agent, she left that world in 2015 when her son was born to build a family business with her husband who is a talented artist. That endeavor became very successful and she loved being a full time entrepreneur. Through that incredibly scary time of leaving the security of her successful career of over a decade, Tammi was dealing with intense Post Partum depression and anxiety. She believed leaving her job and having the freedom of entrepreneurship would be the answer, but that alone did not give her the healing she needed. Refusing to succumb to a diagnosis and taking medication for the rest of her life, Tammi sought out more holistic wellness and began to learn about the benefits of meditation, regular exercise and other energetic hygiene staples. Since childhood Tammi had been quietly communicating with the metaphysical realm and studying subjects like astrology, energy medicine, card reading, etc. She began to understand herself in a deeper way and with consistency and dedication to her new practice she found relief from the anxiety and rampant negative thoughts. During the pandemic Tammi had a chance to get even more deep into the work and she discovered her own gifts, energy healing, reading energy and communicating with the Spirit realm. She finally realized her own dreams of being a guide, healer and teacher of the subtle energetic arts and pursued certifications that would support her efforts to serve others. She founded Sacred Philosophies in 2021 and has been growing strong ever since. She still assists her husband running the art business and they both enjoy doing what they love every day, helping bring art and healing to the world.
Paola shares the shocking diagnosis her son received as a newborn of ADA-SCID (Severe Combined Immunodeficiency.) This powerful story a he shares how she navigated hospital life during the beginning of the pandemic and her journey with postpartum depression. She shares words of wisdom on how to deal with the feelings that come when your child gets a life altering diagnosis. [5:22] Paola describes the grief she experienced with Jakob's diagnosis [7:10] She describes the shock and acceptance of the news that Jakob has ADA-SCID [9:12] Postpartum depression struggles during isolation [11:10] Sharing the importance of opening up about your struggles [13:44] Being a first time Mom and medical mom [15:03] Paola describes how she fights the good fight [17:44] Her cervical cancer diagnosis after Jakob's diagnosis [19:29] Paola's campaign to fight for Jakob's treatment [20:21]She describes how her cancer diagnosis was her moment to pause [26:50] Coming up with a plan and leaning on community helped Paola cope with the diagnosis [30:12] She shares how Child Life specialists have helped reduced the trauma Jakob has had to endure [31:28] Jakob has taught Paola to be brave and to have courage [32:20] Paola has created an environment that helps Jakob have some normal day to day activities despite being isolation [33:45] She shares how her motherhood journey was so different than what she anticipated, she feels fierce and does not take no for an answer In My Magical Bubble Book Connect with Paola: Instagram Facebook Website Whether you are a parent or professional, we want you to join our community. Sign up for our newsletter here. Parents, download our free parent starter kit. When you download our starter kit, you'll learn how to: Give medicine to your child without it becoming a wrestling match Prepare your child (and yourself) for a shot so they can feel less anxious Create and use a coping plan for any medical appointment or procedure The first sign of sniffles, or worse, shouldn't send you into a tailspin. Feel confident in your role as a parent and advocate, no matter what medical situation you're facing. Child life specialists,get affordable PDUs on-demand here. Shop for your CLOC gear here. Catch up with CLOC on Instagram, Facebook and meet Katie for a Q+A every Monday at 10 AM CST.
Talking with Dr. Jordan Adams today with Calibration Chiropractic + Functional Health in Mansfield, Texas today in our continuing series about pregnancy. Specifically about postpartum tension headaches and nursing.• What is a postpartum tension headache?• What are the symptoms?• What causes them?• Any tips for nursing mothers?Dr. Jordan AdamsCalibration ChiropracticMansfield, Texaswww.CalibrationMansfield.com
Sex and birth are inextricably linked. Both functions operate optimally under the same conditions: trust, safety, security, surrender. Furthermore, they both require oxytocin. So it is no wonder that birth can actually be the biggest oxytocin rush and/or orgasm of your life. But the importance of healthy sexual energy goes far beyond birth. It is also the key to our best relationship and our best life. Kim Anami is a holistic sex and relationship coach whose thirty years' experience has been dedicated toward working with couples to show them how to harness their sexual energy as the ultimate power source of their lives. As Kim states, "When we are disconnected from our sexual energy, we are operating at a deficiency. Conversely, when we are connected to our sexual energy we are operating on all cylinders. It is our life force." So why do so many of us struggle with sexual desire, especially post-baby? How many of us are going through the motions of sex as opposed to building intimacy and fueling our maximum sexual life force? And how can we keep this sexual power alive as we go through postpartum, early parenthood and old age? Kim is emphatic that everyone can - and should - be experiencing earth-shattering, life-altering orgasms as an integral component of a whole, healthy lifestyle. Tune in today - for sure at a lower volume if the kids are around - to hear Kim's roadmap to keeping your sex life and relationship thriving...and if you ever wondered what "birth rape" means or what a cervical orgasm feels like, now is your chance to learn.Kim Anami**********This show is sponsored by:Silverette USA*DYPER*NOM Maternity*Vyana Infant Massage*Wildbird.co*Beautiful Births and Beyond*Postpartum Soothe**Use promo code DOWNTOBIRTHConnect with Cynthia and Trisha at:Instagram: @downtobirthshow on InstagramEmail: Contact@DownToBirthShow.comCall: (802) 438-3696 (802-GET-DOWN)Work with Cynthia:Email: Cynthia@HypnoBirthingCT.com Text: 203-952-7299 to RSVP to attend a free information session live on Zoom. Upcoming dates are posted at HypnoBirthingCT.com. You can also sign up for our Fourth Trimester Workshop, Breastfeeding Workshop or Cynthia's HypnoBirthing classes and weekly postpartum support groups at HypnoBirthing of Connecticut. Work with Trisha at:Email: Trisha.Ludwig@gmail.com for online breastfeeding consulting services or text 734-649-6294 for more info.We serve women and couples coast to coast with our live, online monthly HypnoBirthing classes, support groups and prenatal/postpartum workshops. We are so grateful for your reviews and shares!Please remember we don't provide medical advice, and to speak with your licensed medical provider related to all your healthcare matters. Thanks so much for joining in the conversation, and see you next week!Support the show
Dr. Booth is a general adult psychiatrist at CalPsychiatry with experience treating a wide range of psychiatric disorders. She sees patients in the Westlake Village office and over tele-health. Her areas of special interest include women's mental health, particularly perinatal and postpartum care, as well as mood disorders, anxiety, and OCD. Dr. Booth earned her bachelor's degree from Boston University and her medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She completed her psychiatry residency at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute. Prior to joining CalPsychiatry, she served as Chief Resident of the inpatient units at UCLA and as Chief Resident of the Women's Life Center, where she gained specialty training in the treatment of mental illness during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Dr. Booth has also received specialty fellowship training in treatment-resistant mood disorders. She continues to work in the UCLA Maternal Mental Health program as a staff attending. Dr. Booth employs a holistic approach to treating mental illness, drawing on medications as simply one tool in a vast toolbox. She has also been trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, interpersonal therapy (IPT), as well as exposure and response prevention (ERP) for the treatment of OCD. Above all, she believes that a good relationship between a psychiatrist and patient is vital to the success of treatment, and strives to provide a safe, honest, and supportive environment that facilitates partnership between herself and her patients. UCLA Maternal Mental Health Program at Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA MotherToBaby Center for Women's Mental Health at MGH REPROTOX CalPsychiatry ------ Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
In this episode I share the things that you may not realize you definitely have in common with pregnant and postpartum professional athletes. From how you approach your fitness during pregnancy, to finding yourself again postpartum, there's so much we can learn from one another and from this process. As somebody who has coached a variety of professional athletes, and thousands of athletes like you and me- we all have more in common than you could imagine. Enjoyed this episode? I'd love it if you would share in IG stories and tag me @brianna.battles. Need help adjusting exercise in pregnancy? Get the FREE Guide I created with Heather Osby. Specific exercise substitutions plus guidance on how to change up your workouts in each trimester. briannabattles.com/adjust Ready to return to exercise postpartum? This FREE guide helps you begin to rehab your core + pelvic floor and build a solid foundation so that you can safely return to the exercise you love. briannabattles.com/6weeks You can also view my free resources for athletes and coaches at briannabattles.com/resources MORE ABOUT THE SHOW: The Practice Brave podcast brings you the relatable, trustworthy and transparent health & fitness information you're looking for when it comes to coaching, being coached and transitioning through the variables of motherhood and womanhood. You will learn from athletes and experts in the women's health and coaching/performance realm as they share their knowledge and experience on all things Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism. Whether you're a newly pregnant athlete or postpartum athlete, knowing how to adjust your workouts, mental approach and coaching can be confusing. Each week we'll be tackling questions around adjusting your workouts and mindset, diastasis recti, pelvic health, mental health, identity, and beyond. Through compelling interviews and solo shows, Brianna speaks directly to where you're at because she's been there too! Tune in every other week and share the show with your athlete friends!
When a child is born, so is a mother. The journey of motherhood that begins at birth is unpredictable. 15% of women are formally diagnosed with Postpartum Depression. It's hard enough to experience PPD, and even harder dealing with the stigma attached to it. Katie & Mandy sit down with their friend Katie Echer who explains first hand, how living with Postpartum Depression impacted her ability to step into motherhood. Katie shares what pulled her out of the dark season, and where God showed up along the way. Join us and learn how to identify Postpartum Depression in yourself and others.
In today's episode, Anita talks with Kristin Brown about everything from prenatal vitamins, to protein, vitamin D, and meal trains - all in support of YOU in pregnancy and postpartum! - - - - - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Stitcher to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our Facebook group (To Birth and Beyond Podcast), and follow us on Instagram @tobirthandbeyondpodcast! Thanks for listening and joining the conversation! Resources and References Anita's Bump to Birth Method - self study course Show Notes 0:57 - Anita's Bump to Birth Method - self study 2:53 - Introduction to our special guest: Kristin Brown! 3:52 - What does it look like working with a dietician in pregnancy? 5:55 - What should someone look for in a prenatal vitamin, and when should they start taking them? 11:30 - Why would a prenatal vitamin contribute to nausea? 14:10 - Any recommendations re: iron? 16:18 - What are some myths around food in pregnancy? 20:03 - How can people get some of these nutrients in other ways - if they don't eat eggs or fish? 25:10 - Tips so everything doesn't go out the window in postpartum 27:40 - Nutrients we haven't covered that are important in pregnancy and postpartum 30:18 - Vitamin D guidelines for birthing parents and babies 33:07 - Why focus on magnesium? 36:44 - What on the nutritional side could help people manage nausea? 41:00 - What does Kristin suggest re: protein powders? 44:52 - What are some of Kristin's favorite tips and recipes to think ahead, for those who are pregnant? 49:52 - Kristin shares from her birth experience to help others birthing twins 53:55 - How can people work with Kristin?
The first 3 months after giving birth is affectionately known as the 4th trimester. With so much emphasis placed on the new addition to the world, very little is shared about the often very trying and complex time for the parent. This episode peels back the curtain on this important and complex time. Guest Feature: Lydia Simmons was unable to obtain the level of healthcare support required during postpartum, she turned to her knowledge of food as a foundational and core means of health to create MILK Postnatal; a 7-Ingredient, vegan, 1OO% Superfood Postnatal that would support Moms from Day 1 of Postpartum up to 2 years of Breastfeeding and into Lifestyle Wellness. Lydia sought the advice of Chemists, Physiologists, and Nutritional Scientists to bring her product to market due to her own difficulties to overcome the difficult postpartum times. Lydia realigned expectations for her sensitive community to assure premium ingredients, a 30-day supply to aid moms with the cost of affordable health and wellness supplementation. She developed breastfeeding-safe items to best support other women who were and would experience the same. -MORE into: We're still crowdfunding- learn more about how you can SUPPORT here! Lydia's Book Recommendation: The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman How to connect with Lydia: Lydia's Instagram Shop M.O.O. here! Be Well, Sis Partners: Athletic Greens– Redeem your offer for 1 year of high-quality Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs Bolden: A trusted voice in skincare that work to inspire women to nurture, value, and love their natural beauty. Check out their entire skincare range here! Natural Annies Essentials: A clean, non-toxic home fragrances and candle-making experience for you and your entire family. NaturalAnnie Essentials is a black woman-owned and family-operated lifestyle soy candle company based in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Shop scents that elevate the ambiance of your home here! Taupe Coat: A vegan nail care brand that believes in a life filled with color, beauty, and abundance. Shop non-toxic nail care here! Nyah Beauty: is a natural skincare brand offering high-quality, consciously handcrafted soaps, lotions, candles, and scrubs. They offer plant-based skincare options free of detergents, phthalates, and other potentially irritating ingredients. Momotaro Apotheca: A plant-based and certified organic vulvovaginal care company that supports the body's natural ability to heal from issues stemming from yeast infection, BV, clothing, exercise, and sex. Mothering Tea: Hand-crafted, small-batch teas to help you create more moments of stillness and reflection.
Taboo topic? Not anymore! Problems with peeing, pooping, and painful sex are common after pregnancy and later in life. But common doesn't mean normal. And as Sara says, “adult diapers are not your destiny!” Today, we're answering all the embarrassing questions about “down there” that you've never had the guts to ask or even knew to ask. Sara Reardon, aka The Vagina Whisperer, is one of the most well-known pelvic floor physical therapists in America. She has over 15 years experience helping women with pelvic floor issues, particularly surrounding painful intercourse, pregnancy and postpartum recovery, and staying dry and painfree in our later years. We chat all things pelvic floor, including: The top tips she wishes EVERY woman knew about her pelvic floor All about power peeing and proper pooping How to know if your vaginal pain is due to dryness, scar tissue or muscle tension What “drinking a smoothie” has to do with kegels Hover peeing, thongs, and Squatty Potties This episode is for you if you've haven't had babies yet, you're pregnant or postpartum, or your pregnancy years are well behind you. If you have a pelvic floor (which you do), you need this episode! More Resources Follow Sara Reardon on Instagram 6 Tips to Prevent or Overcome Pelvic Floor Problems 5 Myths about Pregnancy: What you can really expect when you're expecting Learn more about Sara's online, on-demand workouts for your pelvic floor and core Download Megan's Free Mommy Tummy Guide Follow Megan on Instagram
Join Gaby and Michelle in this riveting recount of Michelle's struggle with post partum depression and anxiety. As the story unfolds, you may be at the edge of your seat. If you are experiencing symptoms of post partum depression or anxiety, reach out to someone or check out this website - https://postpartumny.org/. For this Dimelo Dimelo segment, the YouTube series “All Things Adrienne” by Adrienne Bailon is highlighted as well as “The Real.” As a Latina trailblazer, Adrienne continues to leave her mark as the first Latina host of a daytime talk show on English language television also as a singer, actress and entrepreneur. As always, we welcome your comments and ideas for future podcasts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on instagram at #latinasinburbs. Can also send us a voice message at https://anchor.fm/gaby-lena/message
S4:E109: Straight off of a flight, we are in New England and sitting down over a glass of rosé! This is a fast-moving episode where we talk about how “postpartum” seasons apply to everyone and the 6 words you can say to REALLY encourage someone. We also discuss summer vacations, thrift-shopping, and when to take a break. We are LOVING this season of the podcast and hope you are loving it too!! 615-592-5777 www.instagram.com/jillandkate www.jillandkate.com www.facebook.com/jillandkate www.twitter.com/jillandkate
Emily is joined by NAPS parent, Vinita. Together they talk all things pregnancy, health, motherhood, and the difficulties life can throw our way. Discussed in this episode: -Low milk supply -Postpartum recovery -Prepping for postpartum -Triple feeding -Lactation struggles -Breastfeeding -Supplementation -Mom support groups -Hypothyroid -IUGR -Formula -Early induction -C-section -Formula shortage -Birth education Follow us on IG @nurturebynaps. To book a lactation visit please, follow this page: https://www.nurturebynaps.com/lactation-consult
Welcome back! So excited to talk about the postpartum window and answer all of your amazing questions you asked on Instagram! Women tend to spend so much time preparing for pregnancy and birth but sometimes the postpartum window is overlooked. How long is ideal for rest? What is the significance of the fourth trimester? What could help us have a more replenishing experience post birth? My interview with Kelsi Ludvigsen answers these questions and more! This episode is part of our #cyclicalbirthseries And as always with everything on my platform and podcast, this is educational and never to invoke shame. Today's episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, my FAVORITE super soft sheets. Try it for 100 days and love it or get your money back Take 40% off your order with code “goddesspodcast” at https://cozyearth.com/products/bamboo-sheet-set?variant=40252110405812 In this episode we talk about: What the fourth trimester really is How long we should rest for How to set yourself up for a restful postpartum window When a period may be expected to return How to prevent postpartum depression Options to get more help from your family or community What our hormones are doing after baby arrives How much blood loss is normal How to get support during the postpartum period And so much more
Amanda is joined by psychologist and resilence coach Peg Sadie and they are discussing motherhood, mental health and so much more.Included in this episode:Her story of PPD and Burnout and how therapy did not work for her. She developed her own way of healing and she is sharing it with usTherapy vs coaching - Can they co inside together?Postpartum depression turning into regular depression and what it looks like for PegHow self care has become a superficial buzzword to Peg and whyGet your Calm Mom Start Kit at www.pegsadie.com/honestFollow Peg on IG @peg.sadie
Pregnancy is one of the most magical moments in a woman's life. It feels powerful to know that you are creating another human inside of you. It is a very exciting and enjoyable time that may also bring fears and uncertainties to both mother and baby.A woman's body is forever altered by pregnancy. Without proper nutrients, it can be weakened by the physical and psychological changes in pregnancy and childbirth, making mothers-to-be more at risk in future pregnancies. This is why access to prenatal care is vital to every pregnant woman.Equally important is postpartum care, which helps mothers adjust to the changes their bodies go through. Postpartum care also includes making sure that the social and emotional changes caused by giving birth are addressed.Today, cesarean (C-section) intervention is 500% higher than in the 1970s. Not surprisingly, we've also seen higher maternal mortality rates. One in three babies are born via C-section, compared to 1 in 20 in the mid-1970s.Though a very common procedure, C-section is still major surgery with a wide range of complications including organ injury, hemorrhage, and a three-fold higher rate of infection. Despite the risks, hospitals often push for C-section birth because it costs less money to perform a C-section and they are paid more in insurance reimbursements.In today's episode, Dr. Lindsay Mumma and I talk about preparing for pregnancy, birthing, postpartum care, and our grave concerns about COVID injections for children and pregnant women.Lindsay Mumma, DC, is the owner of Triangle Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center in Raleigh, NC, a multidisciplinary practice she opened in 2012 after graduating with a Clinical Excellence Award. She began her career with a focus on sports rehab, but when she wanted to get pregnant, she realized the approach of prehabilitation and rehabilitation techniques was irrelevant to (and missing from) most perinatal care.Please note: for the next several weeks I will be taking some time off for self-care and to create more amazing content for you. Thank you for your patience and for being a loyal listener.Additionally, most of the data/research links shared in the show notes have been scrubbed by iTunes. Click on the episode website for all links.Take a seat and listen to this very important conversation, especially if you are a mom or are about to embark on a new parenting journey.Listen to the full episode to hear:Lindsay's turning point to specialize in prenatal and postpartum careWhy natural birth is better than surgical birthThe challenges of surgical birthWhy taking medications during pregnancy can be problematicThe concerns about scheduling birth as a trendWays to prepare for a natural birthHow COVID-19 injections affect mother and childLearn more about Lindsay Mumma, DC:TriangleCRC.comLindsay's SubstackSkewed Data from the Preliminary Findings on mRNA V-Safety in Pregnancy?Resources:Dynamic External Pelvimetry Test in Third Trimester Pregnant Women: Shifting Positions Affect Pelvic Biomechanics and Create More Room in Obstetric DiametersThe safety of pediatric use of paracetamol (acetaminophen): a narrative review of direct and indirect evidenceAcetaminophen and pregnancy: short- and long-term consequences for mother and childThe surprising factor behind a spike in C-sectionsCDC Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule (be sure to scroll down to the contraindications column)CDC Official Used Flawed Data to Justify COVID Shots for Infants and ChildrenVAERS COVID Vaccine Adverse Event ReportsIndiana life insurance CEO says deaths are up 40% among people ages 18-64U.S. Public Health Agencies Aren't ‘Following the Science,' Officials SayICAN Obtains Crucial Pfizer Vaccine Lot, Dose, and Distribution InformationCOVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturers Fail to Properly Investigate Adverse Events ReportsFDA Asks the Court to Delay First 55,000 Page Production Until May and Pfizer Moves to Intervene in the LawsuitCOVID-19 and the Surge in Decidual Cast SheddingInventing Diagnoses to Cover Up Vaccine Injury12-year old Pfizer clinical trial participant confined to wheelchair & feeding tube post Covid vaccineMovie: Uniformed Consent
It is officially 6WEEKS2STRENGTH time and I couldn't be more excited for you AND me! I will be participating along with you (if and when you decide to sign up), so will Wyatt, and I want to kick his ass honestly. We have our coach Tish on the show as well to talk about the reality of postpartum weight loss and can't wait for you to listen! Time Stamps: (0:00) BIG STRETCH! (2:45) Need to Stop Door Dashing McDonalds (4:15) Last Week's Episode (8:20) Housekeeping and Recommendation (17:00) My Goals for 6WEEKS2STRENGTH (28:10) Tish's Motherhood Story (33:40) Schedule Adjustments (37:04) Better Help (47:05) Back to Back Pregnancies (59:40) Tish's Pre-Pregnancy Advice JOIN US FOR 6WEEKS2STRENGTH: https://www.dbft6weeks.com/2022-6week2strength40 Join betterhelp today - www.betterhelp.com/desb code “desb” for 10% off your first month! #ad #sponsored JOIN MY LIVE WORKOUTS: WWW.PATREON.COM/DESB Skincare corner: (CODE “DESB” FOR 15% OFF #TULAPARTNER) Supergoop setting spray: https://rstyle.me/cz-n/grnej3cgwdp Supergoop hair powder: https://rstyle.me/cz-n/grnenncgwdp Supergoop powder: https://rstyle.me/cz-n/grnemecgwdp Apply to work with me 1-1: https://dbft.typeform.com/desbcoaching NEW MERCH: https://www.desbfittraining.com/collections/shop-merch DM me on IG: www.instagram.com/brunchwithdesb FOLLOW ME ON TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@desb___ OPEN FACEBOOK FITNESS COMMUNITY: www.facebook.com/groups/dbftcommunity Purchase a program (bride guide now with at home and pregnancy modifications!):https://www.desbfittraining.com/ Follow @brunchwithdesb on insta: www.instagram.com/brunchwithdesb Hit me up: https://shor.by/DESB Be sure to join my email list for our new challenges, merch, and weekly motivation from me: http://eepurl.com/dy2JLz OR join my app here: https://train.desbfittraining.com/trainers/312078/landing PARAGON FITWEAR: code “desb” to save 11% PTULA ACTIVE: code “desb” to support me HYDROJUG: code “desb” to save 10% and stay hydrated af TULA SKINCARE: code “desb” to glow off with your skin and save 15% ALANI NUTRITION: code “desb” for free shipping over $50 and support me BUFFBUNNY COLLECTION: code “desb” to support instagram ➭ https://www.instagram.com/desb___ twitter ➭ https://twitter.com/desbfit youtube ➭ https://www.youtube.com/desireescogginfitness facebook ➭ https://www.facebook.com/desbfittraining official website ➭ https://www.desbfittraining.com ---------------------------------------------------
Today the Milk Minute brings you part 4 of their pump review series. In this episode Maureen talks about her experiences with the Motif Luna and Ameda Mya Joy pumps. These are commonly covered by insurance plans so tune in and don't miss a second!Thank you to our new Patrons:Ceci C from Milan, ItalyChrissy R from WVTHANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSGet your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click HERE for the deets. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, or Cigna PPO – you can fill out a short form to get pre-approval to get your visits with Heather 100% approved! Click HERE to access the form! Click HERE to order your Evivo! Use code MILKMINUTE for $10 off of your purchase!Book a Lactation Consult today! Booking a virtual consult with Maureen is now easier than ever. Click HERE to get started!Listener Question: How did you celebrate or mark the end of breastfeeding?Episodes Mentioned:Ep. 52 - Milk Banks: interview with guest Denise O'Connor, founder/executive director of the Midatlantic Mother's Milk bankEp. 37 - History of Breastpumps: A Remarkable JourneyEp. 43 - Cold and Flu Medications While BreastfeedingTimestamps (Jump to them using CHAPTERS)Ameda Mya Joy - 16:06Motif Luna - 29:40Other Resources:Gold Conference Speaker Jeanette Mesite Frem | Fitting Flanges for Pumping: Rethinking Sizes and Materials. Watch on YouTube HERE.Mid-Atlantic Mother's Milk BankFind the new Milk Minute Podcast website by clicking here!Become a Milk Minute VIP: Click here to get behind-the-scenes-access and exclusive merch!Contact us: To send us feedback, personal stories, or just to chat you can send us an email at email@example.comGet Community Support: Click Here to Join our Free Facebook Community!Stay up to Date: Find us on INSTAGRAM @milk_minute_podcastStare at us on TikTokPrefer to read the transcript? Click Here to read the edited version of this episode!All of the resources cited in this episode are available on our professional transcript.Support the show
This week, the ladies are talking all things postpartum with their incredible guest Dr. Mary Simpson. Dr. Simpson has been an OB-GYN for almost twenty years. Now, she runs Seamist Medspa, and she has so much knowledge to share! Dr. Simpson discusses the difference between ultrasound therapy and EMSculpt, which uses specific radio frequencies and magnets to help build muscle and burn fat. (Ashley swears by it!) But Dr. Simpson isn't just here to talk about getting your body back. In fact, she believes getting your “pre-baby body back” is a myth and that you should focus on getting back to your “best self” instead. Dr. Simpson and the I Don't Get It ladies talk about the surprising things that happen when you're pregnant and the things no one tells you to expect when you're pregnant. They talk about the difference between “baby blues” and postpartum depression, the pressure women face to breastfeed, and even get into what happens to your sexlife, postpartum. Oh, and Naz unveils her idea for a postpartum retreat that Dr. Simpson calls “very L.A.” This is a really honest and special conversation. Don't miss it! Check out Seamist Medspa and all of the incredible work Dr. Simpson is doing there @seamistmedspa_ Get 10% off your first month of BetterHelp at https://www.betterhelp.com/getit More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426