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This week we had India and Mike Guster on the pod. They came to talk about their business, Daq Shack and they came with food and drinks for us to try! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reviews! We talked about running a business, facebook stuff and sex and mess! We also played the lyrically correct game again! Tune in and let us know that you're listening!
We're back after a week of chaos! Please provide others with the type of service you'd like to receive. Pata Fria finally got her tree up. Vaginal issues feel like bad karma and cartel videos are great. Crystal had a visitor, Peez is cussing, grave robbing isn't always bad and don't accept bad treatment from anyone, not even family. Check out this week's sponsor! • DIPSEA Dipsea is an audio app full of short, sexy stories designed to turn you on! The characters feel like real people with real life scenarios and new content is added weekly. If you need to wind down there are also wellness sessions, sensual bedtime stories and soundscapes to help you relax before you drift off. Right now Dipsea is offering an extended 30 day trial of full access for our listeners! Start now at dipseastories.com/dysfunction That's D I P S E A stories .com/dysfunction Join our Patreon!! Patreon.com/hellodysfunction Follow us on IG: Instagram.com/hellodysfunction Instagram.com/lurkpatafria2 Instagram.com/crystaldamato21 Email us your questions/stories at: email@example.com
Dr. Donese Worden is a Naturopathic doctor and a global health educator. She helps senior women regain sexual vigor and reminds you that menopause is nothing to dread. In fact, she explains that women should be happy, healthy and sexually active until the end of their life. Culturally, we have lost respect for women who are past their fertile years, but sex is so much more than procreation. It provides intimacy and vitality, which is so important for senior women. Dr. Worden shares simple ways you can mitigate the symptoms of menopause so you can enjoy your 3rd chapter to its fullest! Takeaways: [3:23] In ancient traditions menopause was celebrated; it marked women as wisdom keepers. [3:50] A woman's brain makes decisions considering every outcome and consequence [4:30] Hormones are powerful messengers that ensure we are physically, emotionally and mentally well [4:40] Environmental factors and stress can block our hormones from performing optimally [5:40] In modern times, we have lost respect for elderly women, we view menopause as ovarian failure [6:40] Men and Women's brains have evolved to serve different functions within the tribe [7:40] Healthy living will mitigate menopausal symptoms [8:20] Hormonal changes have a correlation to brain chemistry [9:20] Diet, lifestyle and stress management have a huge impact on your hormonal balance [10:18] Vaginal dryness is rarely discussed during a check up [11:16] If you become sexually inactive in your senior years it can begin to close [12:10] Hormones dropping is often the cause of vaginal dryness in senior women [13:00] Intimacy is an important to keeping a high quality of life [14:15] Mindset and attention is a very important aspect of hormonal health [15:10] Seniors often are more sexually active than younger people because they are stress free [17:30] If you want to be more resilient you must find balance between joy, health and stress [18:00] Women are more susceptible than men to heart disease as they age [19:05] The Transylvania effect is proof that we are actually affected by the full moon (the cosmos) [20:20] Menopause is relatively new phenemenon. [21:10] By culturally delaying childbirth we are potentially ,overtime, delaying menopause in women [21:50] Using music to shift an emotion is a great way to increase your superpowers Twitter: “We think of menopause as “men-oh-pause” and ovarian failure and that's looking at it as something to dread, instead of something to be celebrated.” [5:50] “If you're not keeping your body healthy, you're not exercising, not eating well and keeping your stress where it should be, you will notice symptoms.” [7:40] “Sexual pleasure is there for a reason, it's not just for procreation!” [12:00] “Women should be happy and healthy and having sex all the way to the end of their life.” [13:24] “I have people 70 years old to 100 who are having more sex than the 30 and 40 year olds!” [15:10] “During the full moon we have a harder time getting to sleep, we sleep a shorter amount of time and we don't get as much deep sleep.” [19:45] “We are connected to the moon, to the sun, to the planets and we've got to give the credence that we are energetic beings and we're connected in many ways and all of those things affect our hormones.” [19:55] Podcast Disclaimer: https://resources.thespadr.com/the-womans-doctor/#disclaimer
GP and menopause specialist, Dr Sarah Glynne, joins Dr Louise Newson on the podcast this week to discuss menopause care after breast cancer. The experts share more about the breast cancer steering group established as part of the Newson Health Menopause Society that is working towards producing a consensus statement to support clinicians and improve the quality of life for menopausal women who have had breast cancer. Dr Sarah Glynne discusses the importance of individualising the risk-benefit ratio for every woman when making decisions around treating the cancer and weighing this up with treating menopausal symptoms. Sarah emphasises the importance of talking through the implications of each of these considerations using a shared decision making process. Sarah's three tips for women after breast cancer: Understand the risks and benefits of the drugs used to treat your breast cancer and what this means for you personally. Ask your oncologist for more information about your own breast cancer, if you are not sure. You can then use the PREDICT tool online for understanding more about your own cancer risks and what additional benefits any treatments may offer. Read about non-hormonal options to help your menopause symptoms and cancer recovery such as diet, yoga, or acupuncture. Try various approaches to find the ones that may bring some benefit to you. Vaginal moisturisers and lubricants may also help and these do not contain hormones, and there are other medications your GP may be able to prescribe for some of your symptoms such as hot flushes. If your menopause symptoms are severe and your quality of life is suffering, ask your clinician to explain the risks for you regarding your cancer prognosis if you decide to take HRT, versus the risks to your quality of life and long-term health if you choose not to take HRT. If you have genitourinary symptoms of soreness and dryness, vaginal hormones are very safe for improving these symptoms. Read information on the balance website and the book ‘Oestrogen Matters' by Avrum Bluming, and make a choice that is right for you through discussion with your clinician using a shared decision making process.
FAIR WARNING - this episode is specific, detailed and eye-opening. Intra-vaginal red light therapy, PRP for your privates, microbiomes of the bits and bobs. Fascinating episode this week. Find OPP episodes, discounts on products, learn about my Life Coaching and Performance Coaching work at Seanmccormick.com EPISODE SPONSORS - BioProtien+ - Boost HGH Naturally - Get $30 off here Vitality Pro Longevity Supplements - Use OPP Susan Bratton is The Intimacy Expert to Millions Find her work here: sexlifebucketlist.com •joylux.com/susan •personallifemedia.com •Betterlover.com In this episode we cover: •Sexual Biohacking Secrets •Red light therapy inside the vagina •Vaginal microbiome, prostate microbiome, breast microbiome, OH MY. •Libido, desire and arousal. •PRP, Penis pumping, Shockwave therapy, microbiome all for sexual elevation •Is there a connection between vaginal odor and vaccines? •Menstrual disruptions from the vaccines •How pornography preys on men
The more people we meet on this podcast, the more unmet needs in the field of women's health emerge, and the number appears to be infinite. Vaginal dryness and painful sex have been prominent topics for some time, but we are now approaching these issues from a new angle. These issues, in particular, can be very common and very debilitating for women who have survived breast cancer and have been thrown into instantaneous menopause with sudden vaginal dryness. Recognizing how concerning this was, our guest decided to change the paradigm for treating vaginal dryness by providing a medical device solution to a problem that has previously only been served by pharmaceuticals. Holly Rockweiler is the co-founder and CEO of Madorra, a company that aims to improve the quality of life for postmenopausal women and breast cancer survivors by giving them the power to choose the non-hormonal treatment option they want to treat vaginal atrophy. Holly's education and training were primarily in biomedical engineering, so she decided to apply that knowledge to create a device that will hopefully solve the problem that so many women face as they enter premature menopause. If you want to hear the story of this women's health maverick, take a listen and enjoy! You can subscribe or listen to previous episodes of the Busine$$ of the V podcast by clicking here. TOPICS COVERED: Meet Holly Rockweiler, the co-founder and CEO of Madorra. Holly was trained in biomedical engineering, and we learn that grew out of Stanford University's Biodesign Program. While interviewing numerous patients and healthcare providers, Holly's team discovered a significant number of breast cancer survivors suffering from vaginal dryness. As hormone replacement therapy was not an option for all of them, the patients were left behind. Rachel asks Dr. Dweck to elaborate on the hormone-related issues, as there is a lot of debate around them. According to Dr. Dweck, breast cancer can cause instant menopause, as opposed to the standard gradual transition into this stage of life. Holly emphasized that patients often feel ill-equipped to make health-related decisions, so they rely on their healthcare provider. Holy's team discovered that vaginal blood flow was critical for lubrication, so they decided to develop a device that would stimulate blood flow in the vagina. The team decided that the device would be non-invasive and simple to use at home based on data gathered from patient interviews. Dweck brings up the FDA's special program for helping expedite innovative devices and technologies, and learns that Madorra was indeed granted breakthrough status in 2021. Dweck's next thought-provoking question seeks to determine whether there were any incidental benefits of using this device. Rachel's question leads us to the next topic: When will the product be available? The device is not yet available for purchase, but they are definitely getting there. Those interested in contacting Madorra or simply keeping up with the latest news can do so via their website, as well as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Since devices of this type are typically expensive, and not all patients can afford them, Dr. Dweck wonders how much this device will cost once it is released. When it comes to payment, there will be some out-of-pocket expenses at first, but the goal is to develop reimbursement so that the product can be paid for by insurance. Rachel is impressed by Holly's strength and courage, and she would like to hear some advice for people who are going through a difficult time. The key is to stay motivated and focused on your goal at all times, even when you're having a bad day, because your goal will help you move forward. HOT FLASH: Those undergoing certain treatments for breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and uterine cancer may find themselves in instant menopause. QUOTES: “Breast cancer survivors had this problem with vaginal dryness and were feeling really frustrated because they felt like the healthcare system was kind of leaving them behind.” (Holly) “We found that there were so many other women who didn't have a cancer history, but felt uncomfortable using hormones for a variety of reasons, and they too felt like they were being left behind.” (Holly) “I consider Alyssa a global menopause whisperer.” (Rachel) “We found that patients were feeling ill-equipped to actually make the decision themselves and were wanting to rely on their healthcare provider.” (Holly) “I think that the comfort level around speaking about vaginal dryness, using the word vagina and talking about painful sex is much more acceptable than it once was. The conversation around this has just grown so much and that's part of the success.” (Dr. Dweck) “We did a bunch of research and determined that one of the key aspects to vaginal lubrication is actually vaginal blood flow.” (Holly) “We've started to see through our clinical work that over time not only are we increasing lubrication, but it is also leading to improvements in the tissue health itself.” (Holly) “Our goal with this commitment to clinical evidence is to develop reimbursement so that the product can be paid for by insurance.” (Holly) “What I think is your superpower is no matter what is going on in your professional and personal life, at least on the surface, you look unflappable.” (Rachel) FURTHER RESOURCES: Madorra www.madorra.com Holly @LinkedIn LINKS FOR BUSINE$$ OF THE V: Website: www.businessofthev.com Twitter : @businessofthev Instagram : @businessofthev Subscribe to our Youtube channel : Business of the V - YouTube Dr. Alyssa Dweck: https://drdweck.com Rachel Braun Scherl: Home - Rachel Braun Scherl
INTERVIEW: This week the incredible Wendy Strgar is BACK on Bedside. Wendy is the founder behind Good Clean Love, a pioneer in the organic and CLEAN intimate care industry, and we're talking EVERYTHING you'd ever wish to know about vaginal microbiome health. Most importantly, what products and ingredients you should (and shouldn't) be putting in and around your genitalia. As you'll hear, your vaginal microbiome has everything to do with conditions like chronic UTIs, Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), and even as Wendy is currently researching with her team, links to certain cancers and climates for STIs. Same goes for your rectal biome! On this episode, we cover just how harmful some of the most common sex products available on the market are, and what you should be looking out for when it comes to your optimal wellbeing. On this episode we cover:Pheromones + ScentEverything about your vaginal microbiomeVaginal Biome ScienceHarmful + Safe IngredientsBehind GCL's product developmentBest Lubes Where the sexual wellness category is headingMentioned Resources:firstname.lastname@example.org (Wendy's vetted doctor resource) Vaginal Biome Science Previous episode with Wendy: Awakening Your Sex and Love LifeMindful Intimacy Card Game by Wonderlust — USE discount code: BEDSIDE at checkout! Connect with Bedside:@thebedsidewww.thebedside.coConnect with Wendy Strgar:https://www.wendystrgar.com/Book: Sex That Works & Love That Works Product: Good Clean LoveOFFER: Mindful Intimacy Card Game by Wonderlust — USE discount code: BEDSIDE at checkout! Be sure to rate, review, and share this episode with a friend! It makes the world of a difference one listener at a time
Hannah is back to share her VBAC birth. Listen to Hannah's First episode via our archives. Sponsors: Go to 8Sheep.com and use the code BIRTHHOUR for 10% off your purchase! Other Links: Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Beyond the First Latch Course (comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
In today's episode I chat to Matilda who is a midwife in Midwifery Group Practice (MGP) and a first-time mum to baby Roma. When she and her wife, Al, started talking about having a baby, they presumed Matilda would carry the pregnancy using Al's egg and anonymous donor sperm. However, Al's brother agreed to donate his sperm so they began their conception journey doing home insemination. After five months with no success, they opted to go through an IVF clinic and started with IUI before moving onto IVF. Matilda talks at length about her expectations of labour through a midwifery lens and the reality of contractions, birthing and breastfeeding. This is a beautiful, inspiring episode that details an intuitive and positive physiological water birth. I'm counting down the weeks till my new book, The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, is published. It covers everything you need as you journey through pregnancy and prepare for a positive birth experience. --> Pre-order it now.
Vaginal steaming. Yoni steaming. Pelvic steaming. Whatever name you use for this practice, it's likely you've heard of it, and maybe even tried it. Or... maybe this concept is totally new to you.At the most basic level, it's like making a strong tea and sitting over it with a bare pelvic floor. Almost as simple as it can get. And really, it's ancient. Steam itself is one of the easiest ways to receive benefits from herbs (especially aromatic ones). And in my mind is an underused form of hydrotherapy that was likely practiced by MOST of our ancestral lineages. But over the past few years, there's been a bit of a vaginal steaming revolution. And I think for good reason. It's a deeply healing practice that has many benefits, and certified vaginal steam facilitator Julia Demillones Moore shares all about it.Listen to this week's episode to learn:basics on how to steam + some simple herbal combinations to trywhat kinds of conditions benefit from steaming (hint: A LOT)when you definitely want to avoid steamingwhat the best times of your cycle are to steamsome reasons you may want to be cautious or work with a practitioner3 common myths + misconceptions about steaminga simple tip on how to steam when you're traveling!Resources:Check out the shownotes for all of Julia's links + those mentioned: Herbal steaming for pelvic healthLearn to track your own cycle so you can safely steam at the most ideal times of your cycle with this FREE cycle tracking guideEpisode 5: Are you ovulating? How to tell (and why it matters)Episode 10: Traditional womb healing practices with Sondra HamiltonEpisode 19: The importance of pelvic softening with Chaya Leia AronsonEpisode 22: Herbal spotlight on nettlesIf you loved this episode, share it with a friend, or take a screenshot and share on social media and tag me @herbalwombwisdom. And if you love this podcast, leave a rating & write a review! It's really helpful to get the show to more amazing humans like you. ❤️DISCLAIMER: This podcast is for educational purposes only, I am not providing any medical advice, I am not a medical practitioner, I'm an herbalist and in the US, there is no path to licensure for herbalists, so my role is as an herbal educator. Please do your own research and consult your healthcare provider for any personal health concerns.
In this episode I chat to Penny from about her experience with hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) - severe nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. She explains the depth of her physical and mental challenge and how she cautiously approached her second pregnancy knowing that she would spend the following nine months severely sick. Penny is really open about the effect that her traumatic pregnancies had on her marriage and she sings the praises of couples therapy which she did with her husband for two years following the birth of their second baby. Did you know I wrote a book? 'The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth' covers everything you need as you journey through pregnancy and prepare for a positive birth experience. --> Pre-order it now.
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In episode 342 Laura details her experience with gender disappointment, a confronting experience that she never anticipated but one that she shares without reservation. After being diagnosed with placenta previa, a scan at 32 weeks revealed that she had a shortened cervix. Bed rest and progesterone pessaries definitely helped and she was induced at 37 weeks and experienced a quick and positive vaginal birth. She fell pregnant with her daughter two years later and regular scans showed that her cervix was shortening quite quickly so she went on strict bed rest at 23 weeks. Thankfully she remained pregnant till 39 weeks and used the TENS machine and breathing practises to navigate a quick labour. Did you know I wrote a book? 'The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth' covers everything you need as you journey through pregnancy and prepare for a positive birth experience. --> Pre-order it now.
Did you know that the health of your vagina (I prefer to call her *yoni) has its own unique microbiome? In fact, your overall health impacts your vaginal ecology and vice versa, which creates a very important internal ecosystem. Vaginal health is so vital that it is considered a sixth vital sign. The Symptoms of a Disrupted Vaginal Microbiome: You experience chronic pelvic pain and infection, UTIs, vaginal itching and irritation, yeast, Gardnerella, Group B Strep infections, vulvovaginitis (overall inflammation and irritation of the vagina, the vulva, or both), or vaginal dryness. Painful sex. You have used antibiotics, singularly or chronically. Infertility issues (conception difficulties, implantation issues, and miscarriages). You have PCOS - Elevated androgens are closely related to vaginal dysbiosis. You did / currently have an IUD. To learn more, tune into this episode of the Peace. Love. Hormones. podcast and/or read our research article on this topic. Show notes Maddie's Instagram PLH Instagram
In this episode, we share our wild sexual experiences. With our guest, Nauti Bruja, we also talk about vagacials and vaginal steaming. You'll learn a lot. Listen, do the dare, and share your experiences with us. Follow @sexandsanity on Twitter and Instagram Subscribe to our YouTube channel - Sex and Sanity Share | Follow | Subscribe Sex & Sanity Twitter Ami's Twitter Ami's Instagram Ami's Facebook Song Credit : Special thanks to Mzbel for use of her song, Awoso Me Send us your enquiries, comments & reactions: listentogcr.com/contact-us A GCR Production - Africa's Premiere Podcast Network
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be pregnant with twins? How about giving birth to or nursing twins? How about doing it all during a global pandemic with a toddler at home? In this episode, our first listener birth story is with Ashley Haupt, an aspiring doula, and mother of 3 boys. Join us as she recounts her journey of overcoming multiple challenges, twists, and turns to achieve her goal of a vaginal twin birth.⚠️Trigger Warning: Some of Ashley's birth story may be difficult for some listeners to hear. Please take care while listening. Ashley's book recommendation: When you're expecting Twins, Triplets and Quads by Dr. Barbara Luke, Tamara Eberlein, and Dr. Roger B. NewmanYou can talk to Ashley about your journey if you are pregnant with twins. Just use the links below.Contact or follow AshleyEmail: email@example.comInstagram: @runningonendorphinsGet your Free Birthing Checklist from Tranquil Touch Birth & Women's WellnessLearn more about Birth Services offered at Tranquil Touch Birth & Women's WellnessTranquil Touch Birth & Women's Wellness Birth support services helping clients feel supported, cared for and confident about birth.Please email us if you would like to be a guest on Doula2Doula or have your birth story featured in an upcoming episode.Questions or Comments? Contact or Follow Exie Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @massage_doula_cbe Facebook: Tranquil Touch Birth & Women's Wellness DISCLAIMER: The thoughts and opinions expressed on Doula2Doula are those of the participants. They do not represent any organization or profession. This show is meant to be informative, educational, and entertaining. Nothing in any episode (past, present, or future) should be construed as medical advice or take the place of your medical professional.Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
In this episode, I want to share some information with moms and those who work with moms within the first 6 weeks postpartum. We shouldn't be waiting 6 weeks to give recovery guidanceWorking with a physio doesn't mean “pushing your body”3 simple yet effective tips you can start right after vaginal or cesarean birthHi I'm Mel, the host of The Pelvic Floor Project Podcast, aimed at providing evidence based information through conversation with experts in their field.It's my goal to educate and help you on your journey to optimal pelvic health using a whole body approach. With 15+ years experience as a physiotherapist, my mission is to help women and men adopt a proactive approach to their pelvic health so they can feel empowered as they weather the changes that come with aging, pregnancy, child birth, menopause and living a generally active lifestyle.I am the founder of Mommy Berries , an online platform to educate and support women throughout pregnancy, birth and recovery after baby. I'm a lifelong learner and advocate for collaborative health care. I live in Kelowna BC Canada with my husband and 2 kids. Links mentioned:Find me at my new location: KLWNA health and WellnessMommy Berries WebsiteThanks for joining me! Here is where you can find more:my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery: https://mommyberries.comWant more details on the small groups?Small GroupsFollow me on:InstagramFacebookYouTubeSupport the show
So many people are dealing with Vulvovaginal issues such as vulvodynia and vaginitis. I wanted to bring an expert on to share some insights on these conditions. So I reached out to Beth DuPriest, PhD the Chief Science Officer over at Vaginal Biome Science. Her insight on this topic is deep and she is so committed to helping people that suffer with vulvovaginal disorders In this episode we cover: The components of a healthy vaginal microbiome such as Lactobacillus crispatus Lactobacillus gasseri, and Lactobacillus Jensenii Risk factors for vaginal dysbiosis Maternal and Maternity issues related to Vaginal Dysbiosis . The Estrobolome Consequences of Vaginal Dysbiosis such as Bacterial Vaginitis, Aerobic Vaginitis, Desquamative Vaginitis , yeast vaginitis, endometriosis. How to test the vaginal microbiome? Personal Care Products and Treatments Washing and cleaning practices. and more About our guest: Beth DuPriest is the Chief Science Officer for Vaginal Biome Science. In this work, she leads the scientific vision for women's health research. Vaginal Biome Science runs clinical studies to test how improving the vaginal microbiome can improve a wide variety of vulvovaginal conditions. They also do research and development work to develop and refine over-the-counter products to give agency for women in taking control of their own vaginal health. Beth is a former Professor of Biology and Division Dean and has been involved in research related to developmental origins of health and disease for over twenty years. Her PhD in Integrated Biomedical Sciences through the Dept. of Physiology & Pharmacology and post doctoral work through the Dept. of Pathology were completed at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Her work has been focused on both women's and maternal health. She has taught courses in microbiology, eukaryotic cell biology, genetics, biochemistry and pathophysiology among many others. She brings a broad background in women's health and biological science and strong leadership and collaborative skills to advancing the work and discovery of vaginal microbiome science. In her free time, she enjoys short hikes in the woods and playing with her two dogs and cat. Affiliate sponsors: Berkey Water Filters Higher Dose Portable Saunas Alen Air Purifiers --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/support
Do you experience pain, burning, stinging or rawness around the vaginal area? Vulvodynia is chronic pain or discomfort around the opening of the vagina (vulva) for which there's no identifiable cause. This condition can be so uncomfortable that some activities can feel unbearable, such as sitting for long periods of time or having sex. In this episode Dr. Jackie shares: Common symptoms of vulvodynia When to see your doctor How it is diagnosed Treatments to consider (including Botox!) Vaginal health dos and don'ts that can help For more information on vulvodynia visit www.nva.org or www.issvd.org. Connect with me on IG @therealdrjackie, and purchase my book THE QUEEN V for more sex, intimacy and down there health care tips! Visit phdfemininehealth.com to get 20% off by using code JACKIE. Produced by Dear Media
In this episode Renee discusses her surprise first pregnancy and the fact that she had no knowledge whatsoever of her birth options. She missed out on the MGP programme at her local hospital but requested to stay on their waitlist and managed to get a place at 30 weeks. From then on she felt deeply supported by her midwives and she actively prepared for a physiological birth. Her first labour was long but she birthed in the water and returned home the next day. As soon as she fell pregnant with her second daughter she requested to have a homebirth through the Royal Women's Hospital in Randwick. There were a few obstacles in late-pregnancy that she navigated with informed and respectful conversation and despite a very swift labour she experienced a joyful birth at home. Did you know I wrote a book? 'The Complete Australian Guide to Pregnancy and Birth' covers everything you need as you journey through pregnancy and prepare for a positive birth experience. --> Pre-order it now.
There are so many pregnancy myths and misinformation that it's truly a delight to bust them all. Birth is painful? Nope. Birth is actually meant to be the biggest orgasm of your life. The safest place to have a baby is in a hospital? Nope. It's actually the most dangerous. The safest place to have a baby is at home. You need an OBYGN to “deliver” your baby for you. Lol, nope. Your body and eons of encoded wisdom know exactly what to do if you can remove all of the bullshit programming and in-doctor-nation that tells you otherwise. It's “risky” to have a baby over the age of 30 or 35 or whatever the arbitrary number is they invent. NOPE. So long as you are healthy and create space, you can get pregnant whenever you want. And that is the topic of today's podcast: Conscious conception and a woman who is pregnant with her first child at age 45. Today's well-f**ked all star interview features Katalin, a first time mother who conceived her baby at age 45. She's taken a few of my salons and then signed up for Sexy Mama. Within months of trying, she and her partner conceived. In her words: “We never went to see a doctor, we just trusted that it will happen naturally.”She was terrified of birth prior to taking Sexy Mama. She'd bought into the fear mongering for most of her life—the sole purpose of which is to shepherd women into hospitals by convincing them of the lie that childbirth is far too dangerous to go through on their own—and she transcended it to the point where now after completing the salon she is “totally comfortable and will not even consider a hospital birth.”In today's episode: My top 3 tips for natural conception at any age and stage The deeper problem with IVF and forced fertility The role of the quality of your relationship in your fertility journey Vaginal reconnaissance Well-f**ked all star Katarin shares how she went from skeptical to firmly committed to home birth and how she conceived naturally at age 45 The Sexy Mama Salon begins today! This is my 8-week online salon on all things holistic pregnancy and ecstatic childbirth.It's my view and experience that just like all women can have vaginal orgasms and voracious libidos, so too can they have orgasmic, transcendent, blissful births.Yes, every woman can.She just need to clear the blockages and programming she's taken on via a corrupt medical system and culture at large that seeks to remove a woman from this power.I seek to restore her to it.That's what we do in Sexy Mama. We systematically go through every stage from conception through pregnancy, birth and postpartum to "reprogram" you with all the strength and power and ecstasy to make these peak, life-affirming experiences and create an imprint of bliss for life.Yes, it's possible for everyone.These women are living proof. And so too can you be.Even if you aren't currently pregnant or have immediate plans for children, I would suggest signing up so you can begin the "reprogramming" process and create confidence in your choices, knowing they are backed up by facts and impeccable research.See you inside! ~Kxx
Today Heidi and Collin share about their week where they had 2 clients receive the exact same vaginal exam of 5/80/-2 and how both labors played out extraordinarily differently. They take a very deep look into why vaginal exams predict nothing at all, but can be used to help make decisions when used infrequently and appropriately. Loving Birth Story Podcast and want to learn more from Heids. Choose Birth Story Academy for your online childbirth education to prepare for your hospital birth and receive a copy of Heidi's Birth Story pregnancy guidebook FREE. Use code BIRTHSTORYFRIEND for $20 OFF at BirthStory.com
Ladies, ladies .... pregnancy and childbirth can bring on some drastic changes "down there," including dryness, painful sex, urinary incontinence, dissatisfaction over how things look or feel, and many other COMMON issues. Why don't we ever talk about these things?! There actually is hope and some great options out there for us, but it all starts with education and discussion. Vaginal rejuvenation consists of many different things and can elicit a lot of different reactions from people, and in this episode we we dive into it all with our expert Dr. Marlene Kalouyan (Dr. K)! DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMED MOM PODCAST DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE No material from our hosts or guests is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. We strive to provide you with education and information so that you can then go to your own provider and get an individualized approach to your medical needs and questions. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment before undertaking a new healthcare regimen. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard in this podcast.
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Tommy: Hi Dr C you incredible human being. I'm a level 2 IHP. For years Iv been battling self diagnosed lupus, my face goes embarrassingly red. Iv been working on this and have it more under control than ever. But since the summer has come, Iv really noticed how bad heat affects it. I thought it was just food such as histamines and sensitivity. I know heat can trigger histamines. Iv run the OAT and I'm high on 3 yeast markers including oxalates. By time this gets read out I should be some way through the CBO protocol, however I have done this before, but I didn't stick to the meal plan. Iv also purchased DAO and Iv tried many supplements including quercitin. I know there still so much more info you would need but do you have anything you can suggest. Ann: Due to my increased risk of breast cancer Im on a medicine to eliminate estrogen in my body ( I have also had my ovaries removed). The 5 year limit to take the medicine is nearing, so Im wondering what I can do, from your perspective, to reduce estrogen in my body? I know that maintaining a healthy body weight is important but do you have any other thoughts? Thank you so much! Marina: Hi Dr Cabral, My baseline HRV has dropped from 50-60 to 30-35 ever since i got the covid v :( September last year. I have had severe insomnia for sometime after the v, however this has resolved after couple of months, HRV has never recovered. I have taken rest days, zone 2 training, cold showers, medtation, nothing works. Lab results look good. I am 37, workout 4-5 times a week. No alcohol, don't smoke. Eat clean/organic. What can I do to bring it back up to where it used to be? Appreciate your help. Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral, I love your podcast. Thank you for everything that you do. I want to ask if there's a way to remove painful periods? I was born with two uteruses and I have extremely painful periods on the first day and sometimes the second. I'm in pain as if I was being stabbed in my uterus 1000 times. Ever since I got my period when I was 13 years old, I've been taking at least one advil a month to relieve myself of the period pain. And when I turned 23 I started to develop itchy scalp, vaginal itch, and itchy ears. Listening to your podcast helped me discover the OATS and CBO protocol. I've taken CBO twice and the itch has reduced but not completely gone. Vaginal itch is still there a bit as well as the ears and scalp. My OATS came back better after two CBOs but I feel that I'm still not getting better because I still take an advil once a month due to my painful period. I know that my stomach got weaker because i take advil once a month. And i want to figure out how I can get rid of the pain. I recently bought Inflamma Soothe in the hopes to getting a fast acting relief during my painful period. Another thing I want to mention is that I was also born with 1 kidney and I want to ask if its safe to take a lot of supplements? I feel quite lost right now. Thank you in advance. Stacey: Hello , I'm loving the book and podcasts so much ! I have POTS / dysautonomia and inappropriate sinus tachycardia, SVT , Raynauds, hashimotos and Extreme sensory stimulation sensitivities .. like it has ruined my life ! I'm looking for a place to start but don't have all the funds to order the big 5 . Also I'm interested if Dr. Cabral has seen LDN helping any of these issues as a friend has had great success with it . I'm very sensitive to medication and even herbal medicine.. so it scares me to try to much .. I am on Xanax for the POTS and hydroxychoriquin for my autoimmune issues . I'm truly scared I will die early and if I do live long it will be a long slow death with zero quality of life . I have been to holistic Drs and after spending thousands of dollars nothing helped . I'm so scared and need serious direction . I heard Dr. Cabral May start taking on clients again ? How do we get on that list ? 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How do feminine products affect the vaginal microbiome? In this episode, we interview Pamela Miles and Dr. Cindy Orser of Apothercare, a women's health research and advocacy startup that brings science to the consumer. Apothercare conducts some of the latest lab studies on the human microbiome, specifically related to women's health. Listen as Pam and Cindy discuss the importance of testing products today and what companies can do to manufacture safer options. They share some of the top products that affect human microbiomes and some of the most interesting research findings in their labs. Pamela Miles is the founder and CEO of Apothercare, which initially focused on the science of cannabis topicals and suppositories for pain. Dr. Cindy Orser is a scientist, researcher, Chief Science Officer for Apothercare. Their team shares findings of the effects of internal and external products on women's microbiomes and overall health. Discussed in this episode: Current research on the human gut microbiome The importance of product testing and microbiome testing Common products that impact the vaginal microbiome and reproductive health Internal vs external vaginal washes and their effects on the vagina Cannabis products and the gut microbiome FDA testing process for feminine hygiene products Some of the latest Apothercare research What products might be missing in women's health? How to choose women's sexual health products that are safer What we can do to demand better testing for women's health products “There is no requirement for safety testing [for women's hygiene products]. We hope to get the FDA's attention that these products should go through testing since there's evidence they affect women's health.” - Dr. Cindy Orser Related to this episode: More Episodes on Women's Health Apothercare Follow Apothercare on Instagram Women's Voices for the Earth Tips for Women on Avoiding Toxins If you want to support this women's health podcast, leave a review for Fempower Health on iTunes or Spotify. Spread the awareness and share this episode with someone you know! Support and connect with our women's health community: Subscribe to the Fempower Health Podcast for new episodes every Tuesday Visit us online at www.fempower-health.com Sign up for our weekly newsletter for the latest announcements, news, and research Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Email us for inquiries & outreach: email@example.com **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for informational purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.** **Contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links**
In this episode Phoebe from @sageandclare details her long journey to pregnancy and her two very different vaginal births. After close to three years of trying to conceive unsuccessfully, she was diagnosed with PCOS, endometriosis and Natural Killer (NK) cells. She began her IVF journey and fell pregnant on her second cycle but unfortunately, this coincided with ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome which took weeks to resolve. It was in her first pregnancy that she started experiencing severe hip pain and years later she was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, torn ligaments, arthritis and pelvic instability. She has made the conscious decision to grow her family before she has both hips replaced.
The Case: Lisa is 49 and dealing with irregular periods, hot flashes, and vaginal dryness. She is also gaining weight around her abdomen that she's struggling to lose. Her doctor told her it was menopause and to get used to these menopause symptoms as the new normal. The Investigation While menopause is normal for someone Lisa's age, suffering through the symptoms doesn't have to be. There are many things that can be done and I knew that we needed to explore the options. Esther Blum is an integrative dietician, high-performance coach and the author of many books including her latest, See Ya Later, Ovulator. She joined us on Health Mysteries Solved episode 101 to talk about a weight loss mystery so I knew that she was the perfect person to talk about Lisa's case. Demystifying Menopause: Quick Facts About Menopause A woman is considered in menopause when she has gone 12 consecutive months without a period. Perimenopause is the phase of life that happens before that (and can last up to 10 years). The average age of menopause is 51. During menopause, there are a many biochemical changes that affect a woman from the brain down to the vagina. The most significant change happening is that the woman stops ovulating and can no longer get pregnant. As the ovaries decrease hormone production, the adrenals step in. This hormonal shift can cause a variety of symptoms, including: Fatigue Brain fog Night sweats Insomnia Irritability Weight gain Gut issues Vaginal dryness Some or all of these symptoms may be a part of a woman's menopause experience. Women are Not Prepared for Menopause (and They're Doctors Aren't Helping!) Despite the fact that menopause happens to every woman, many find they are not prepared for it. Esther says that they often don't have the tools, testing, or any sense of how to advocate for themselves and their body. When they visit their doctor to discuss the symptoms, they are often told that it's just menopause and often doesn't give them any solutions. When solutions are offered, it might be to take birth control pills, get an IUD and even to take daily antihistamines! Preparing for Menopause During perimenopause, it's a good idea to do some tests to get a sense of your baseline however, keep in mind that estrogen levels can fluctuate as much as 30% on any given day in menopause. For this reason, some doctors may be reluctant to test estrogen levels. Additional tests might include a urine test (Dutch Complete) to look at metabolites, detoxification pathways, and methylation, a stool test, and a GI map to test for the enzyme beta-glucuronidase. It is possible to start using bioidentical hormones in low doses during perimenopause to help regulate hormones based on what these tests reveal. Bioidentical Hormone Therapy vs. Hormone Replacement Therapy There are two common types of hormone therapy for women in menopause and perimenopause. Traditional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is made in a lab, so it's synthetic. Bioidentical hormones are usually plant based (yams and sometimes soy) making them much more compatible. Esther prefers bioidentical hormone therapy over hormone replacement therapy because: They bypass the liver and gut so they are better absorbed. They're applied transdermally on the skin (cream or patch). You have more control over the dosage with a cream whereas the synthetic hormone replacement therapy is a one-size-fits-all pill. How Long Can You Stay on Hormone Therapy for Menopause There's a lot of conflicting information out there about how long you can safely stay on hormone replacement therapy. Much of this is based on old studies that have since been disproven. Many traditional doctors have not continued to believe that women should limit hormone replacement therapy to a few years but this is not accurate. New research suggests that not only can women stay on hormone replacement therapy for years (before and after menopause) there may be benefits. The benefits of continued used of bioidentical hormones include: Reduction of menopause symptoms like hot flashes, insomnia, irritability, and vaginal dryness Improvement of skin elasticity (meaning fewer wrinkles) Brain health Cardiovascular health Weight management Many women would wait until their symptoms are really bad before going on hormone therapy for menopause because they think there is a limited time they can be on them. Now that thinking has changed on how long you can be on hormone therapy, there is no reason to wait. Starting on hormone therapy during perimenopause can decrease the impact of symptoms and make menopause more comfortable. Why Hormone Therapy is Not Enough during Perimenopause and Menopause Doing hormone replacement therapy is not a magic bullet to symptom free menopause. Esther says that there are many things women can do to support their body during these changing times. Here are few ways to optimize hormone therapy during menopause: Good sleep hygiene. That means, go to bed and get up at consistent times so your body gets sufficient sleep (it's when your adrenals reset and repair themselves) Decrease stress by reducing how much you watch the news, especially first thing in the morning Get some fresh air and go for a walk Do strength training 2-3 times per week (especially good for post menopausal women to build bone density and manage weight) Cut out (or cut down) caffeine intake as it can interfere with sleep patterns. Cut out or cut down alcohol use Adopt a clean eating diet and optimize your protein intake These healthy habits will especially help if you are trying to get rid of any weight gained on the abdomen (aka ‘menopot'). Creams, Pills, Patches, or Pellets: Which is the Best Way to Take Hormone Therapy for Menopause There are many ways to introduce hormones to your system. Here are a few options you may be presented with: Topical Creams: These are commonly where therapy starts. Many are given progesterone to start and then as menopause progresses, estrogen will be blended in. You can also get creams specifically for treating vaginal dryness. You are also in control and could do things like microdosing. Patch: This is an alternative way to have hormones slowly released into the system. Usually, these stay on for a month. Pills: These are ingested which means they have to go through the gut and liver. Pellets (aka BIOTE): This requires a minor surgical procedure. These pellets contain a 6 month supply that is meant to be slowly released. The downside is that they are inserted into a small incision usually on the backside so there is a risk of infection. This is also a more expensive option and you don't really have control over how the hormones are actually released and metabolized however the claim is that it is released in a way that works with your body. Mystery Solved With Lisa, it only took a few test to get a clearer picture of what was going on with her menopause. We did a Dutch test and found that she had low DHEA, testosterone, progesterone, and estrogen. Her progesterone and DHEA were particularly low. We started by boosting her DHEA as it is a precursor to both estrogen and testosterone. We then supported her progesterone. She was receiving these for 14 days and then taking a 14 day break. We did this while supporting diet and lifestyle changes. Happy Ending It didn't take long for her to start feeling much better. She was experiencing fewer hot flashes, more energy, and she even started to see the weight come off. She started working with her doctor on bioidentical estrogen support and even more weight came off. Eliminating Health Mysteries For Lisa, we were able to find that missing piece of the health puzzle, get her out of menopause-denial, and help her regain her health. Could this be the missing clue for you or someone in your life? Links: Resources mentioned Thanks to my guest Esther Blum. You can connect with here on Instagram or through her website. You may also be interested in her book, See Ya Later, Ovulator. Suggested Products DHEA Liquid Related Podcast Episodes: 5 Reasons You're Not Losing Weight 096 Demystifying Hormones for Perimenopause and Menopause Demystifying Hormones for Perimenopause and Menopause (Part 2) Demystifying Prolonged Use of Birth Control Pills + Thyroid Connection Thanks for Listening If you like what you heard, please rate and review this podcast. 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Have you ever heard of the Vaginal Microbiome? If you haven't heard of the vaginal microbiome then you'll definitely want to pull out your notebooks and get ready to dive into the what, why, and how to manage when it comes to the vaginal microbiome. Today's Sponosor: Flo Shop by Optimize Your Flo - a digital resource shop curated for better periods, healtheir hormones, & boosted fertility naturally. Things Mentioned: eBook - Nourish Your Flo Seed Probiotic - Use: BERRI15 to save at checkout Semaine UTI Supplement - Use: BERRI20 to save at checkout Honey Pot Co - https://thehoneypot.co/collections/wash-wipes/foaming-wash https://thehoneypot.co/collections/wash-wipes/foaming-wash,soothing-wash Dr. Bronner's Soap is the body wash I use Connect w/ Me Book a 1-on-1 Session Instagram TikTok YouTube
Eleni shares her birth story of her beautiful boy Walter “Wally”! Eleni shares her process of having a gut feeling that she was pregnant and taking a test while she was running her dog walking business. It was a very welcomed surprise by herself, her boyfriend, and their families! Pregnancy was positive overall besides one intense day of very sensitive nipples that made her cry, but otherwise a very positive experience. She decided for an induction at 40+2 that was a slow start. She had cervadil orally to get things going but nothing happened until they broke her water. Her contractions started soon after, and Wally was born 2 days later. Her postpartum experience has been good but worked through being touched out, taking a week off from breastfeeding, to pumping and resetting within herself. She would feel anxiety here and there and felt some vaginal pressure as she recovered. Her son Wally has been a wonderful surprise and addition to her family!Connect with Eleni here and connect with her dog walking business here (and see a ton of cute pups)!Visit our website and blog: www.goldenhourbirthpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram here and hereFollow us on Facebook here.Intro Song by Carpathians (Donny Rodgers): https://carpathians.bandcamp.com/track/lavaman
A pregnancy/labor episode for ALL. Jamie and Emily encourage all birthing parents to listen and prepare for c-section births (whether it is scheduled or unplanned). Discussed in this episode: -Scheduled C section -Cesarian birth -Preparing for you labor -Vaginal delivery -C section -Natural birth -Pain management -Birth scenarios -Common c-section scenarios -Breech babies -C section recovery -Pelvic floor PT -C-section scar message -Incontinence -Leaking urine -Postpartum sex -Asking for help -Preparing for help -Scheduled and unplanned c section -Skin to skin -Postpartum poops Follow us on Instagram @nurturebynaps
The agony of celebrity is real– noted fake Spaniard Hilaria Baldwin unable to remember the obscure English word 'cucumber', supermodel Paulina Porizkova bemoaning her unfair inheritance and (ok, not actually famous but internet famous) Bath & Body Works Karen not getting the candles she feels she deserves. We discuss generational entitlement, hurricanes, colonoscopies and more before moving on to our main feature– midlife crises. We get scientists' perspectives but, maybe even more importantly, we get Gwyneth Paltrow's. Episode cringe factor: 7.8/11
Let's start with the fact that vaginal moisturizers and lubricants are not the same thing. Lubricants do not alter vaginal tissues; they just provide a slippery barrier to reduce friction at the time of intercourse. A moisturizer, on the other hand, is intended to change the water content of the cells (hence “moisturizer”), resulting in tissues that are more elastic, thicker, and have the enhanced ability to produce fluid. From breastfeeding to menopause, vaginal dryness can happen at any stage in life. How can you get back to lubricating naturally? What lubricants are best for you and your body? What can your partner do to help? Vaginal moisturizers, lubricants, and vaginal estrogen can be helpful tools for improving sexual wellbeing, but how many of us know how to choose the right ones? We'll be answering these questions and more. Thank you for listening. Please send in your comments, questions and suggestions for future topics at TheLadyBodPod@gmail.com. For more details on the LBP: https://theladybodpod.com/ #Target #Kroger #Walmart #Costco #UberLube #Uberlube #Replens #luvena #kyjelly #vibrators #adulttoys #vaginaldryness
In episode 341 Eliza shares her pregnancy and birth experience as a mother and a student midwife. Her first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage and she takes us through her grief and loneliness as well as her choice to miscarry naturally at home. Her next pregnancy was smooth and straightforward right up till 39 weeks when a late scan showed that her baby's head was small and she was advised to have an induction. She went into spontaneous labour but after 28 hours she opted for an epidural that worked really well for her; she relaxed, dilated quickly and birthed her baby girl with ease. She had continuity of care with a known midwife for her second birth and she loved the lessons in The Birth Class which prepared her dream waterbirth.
In today's episode, Cammie shares her two wildly different birth experiences and emphasises a little known but important fact: if you don't feel supported or respected, you can change care providers at any stage of pregnancy. For her first pregnancy she opted for private obstetric care and while she intended to have a low-intervention birth, she was induced and had an epidural and vacuum-assisted birth. After choosing public hospital care for her second birth, she was 22 weeks when she was told she would need to birth at a tertiary hospital far from home because of high BMI. Regardless of her health and wellness, the hospital policy dictated that she was high-risk because of her larger body. Disappointed and disheartened, she started looking into her options for homebirth. She worked through her fears, embraced care from Mama Services in Kensington, accessed her hospital records from her first birth and actively prepared for a physiological birth at home.
On this weeks episode we are joined by we are joined by Dr. Lucia Pacheco who provides comprehensive care for women of all ages in general Obstetrics and Gynecolo4gy. Her clinical interests include obstetrics and high-risk pregnancies, contraceptive counseling, preventative women's health, and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Dr. Pacheco is passionate about patient education and is dedicated to establishing long-lasting patient relationships while taking care of women throughout all stages of their lives. In part 1 we cover * well womens exam and the importance of screening yearly * What Pap smears entail * HPV and important information on it as well as the vaccine. * All the misconceptions of seeing your obgyn * Vaginal health and the proper care. * Birth control and how it really works and for who it really is for and debunking myths about it. If you want to schedule an appointment with Dr. Pacheco give her practice a call. 713.512.7500 OBGYN Medical Center Associates Podcast website: letslifedesign.com Promo for Burst toothbrush is 7JFTSP to get 40% off on a great brush go to burstoralcare.com to learn more! Follow, Like, subscribe and share! As always thank you for the continued support! Don't forget to subscribe and follow us on Instagram at Life is full of deissys. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to just say hello! Love what you're listening to! Rate us on Apple Podcast and leave a review, I truly do appreciate it to help us grow! Created and Produced by Deissy Ayala
Are you wondering what labor positions are most recommended for an unmedicated VBAC? You're not alone! Many women planning a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean find it really important to learn more about labor positions to help them cope with labor contractions and help their baby descend efficiently for a complication free, unmedicated VBAC. In this episode of the VBAC podcast I'll share the most important tips every mom needs to know about working with her body as she labors! If you liked this episode and you're ready to learn more about achieving your Vaginal birth after cesarean, check out the VBAC With Confidence Complete Birth Prep Program, a self paced course designed for women like you to strengthen the Three Pillars of Confidence for a better birth experience. Access all VBAC resources inside the VBAC Podcast resource library at www.littlebearlactation.com/links
Derek Sham is an engineer turned general manager with successful PE-backed exit in 2016 of a urology diagnostic company- launched 8+ medical devices in urology, gynecology, gastroenterology and cardiology. Inspired to launch Cosm by a health episode with his grandmother. Cosm Medical is creating Personal Pelvic Health – a digital gynecology platform to personalize care for women affected by pelvic floor disorders such as pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence. Using emergent ultrasound, artificial intelligence and 3D printing, Gynethotics will personalize pelvic health devices so more women can live and age with dignity and grace.https://www.linkedin.com/in/derek-sham-87b1b114/www.cosm.care Podcast Link: https://link.chtbl.com/FemTechFocusSocial HandlesLinkedin: @FemTech Focus @Brittany BarretoTwitter: @Femtech_Focus @DrBrittBInstagram: @FemTechFocus @DrBrittanyBarretoFacebook: @FemTech Focus @Dr. Brittany BarretoFemTech Focus Bio:FemTech Focus is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to bring awareness externally and internally for the FemTech industry and to empower the key stakeholders including entrepreneurs, investors, physicians, governments, and biopharma with resources and research to elevate women's health and wellness globally. Subscribe and Donate: www.femtechfocus.orgFemTech Focus Podcast Description:The FemTech Focus Podcast with Dr. Brittany Barreto is a meaningfully provocative conversational series that brings women's health experts - including doctors, scientists, inventors, and founders - on air to talk about the innovative technology, services, and products that are improving women, female, and girl's health and wellness, collectively known as FemTech. The podcast gives the host, Dr. Brittany Barreto, and guests an engaging, friendly environment to learn about the past, present, and future of women's health and wellness.
In this episode Sarah comes on to share her two birth stories! During her first birth she was induced after her water broke on its own. She had major anxiety about getting an epidural but chose to get one after feeling those Pitocin contractions. After three miscarriages she got pregnant with her daughter and had a very anxiety filled pregnancy. She was induced at 38 weeks due to concerns of cholestasis and gave birth to her daughter via C-section. Thank you so much Sarah for sharing both of your stories with us today! You can find Sarah on Instagram @theanxioushomemaker_
Vaginismus is yet another pandemic, albeit a silent one. This is a case of extreme vaginal tightness. 1 out of every 10 women suffers from Vaginismus but when is the last time you heard about it? What causes Vaginismus? How can you treat it? What roles do dilators and vibrators play in the treatment of Vaginismus? Does Vaginismus make sex hurt? And what is this talk about vaginal massage?! I am joined by Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus who is an internationally recognized sex therapist and author of the book "Sex Points." She often talks about Vaginismus, and what women can do to heal not just their bodies but their relationships. Tune in for this incredible discussion. Dr. Kanwal Bawa is Cleveland Clinic trained and a pioneer in the field of skin rejuvenation, hair restoration and sexual wellness. She has a state-of-the-art practice in Boca Raton, Florida called Bawa Medical. She earned the moniker Dr. Sex Fairy due to her incredible advances in the fields of both intimate and sexual wellness. Her patients fly to her from all over the world for vaginal rejuvenation, penis enlargement, Erectile Dysfunction, enhanced performance, increased libido and more. She also provides virtual consultations for those who are unable to travel to her for in-office treatments. To schedule a virtual or in-office consultation: https://www.bawamedical.com/contact/ To learn more about sexual wellness: https://www.bawamedical.com/sexual-health/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdC5M5Me/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrsexfairy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorsexfairy
I'm delighted to have the honor of connecting with Dr. Betsy Greenleaf today! She's a premier women's health expert and bestselling author specializing in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. She is the first female in the United States to have become board-certified in urogynecology. In med school, Dr. Betsy started specializing in general surgery. She soon realized that there was no emotional connection with the patients, so she changed to OB-GYN. In this episode, I ask her the questions that many listeners have asked me privately. Dr. Betsy talks about her background in surgery, and we dive into the vaginal and gut microbiome, urinary incontinence, risk factors, chronic urinary tract infections, interstitial cystitis, uterine prolapse, vulvovaginal conditions, and various changes that occur in perimenopause and menopause. We also discuss the impact of the Women's Health Initiative and therapies in addressing all of these issues. I hope you will enjoy this conversation! Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: How Dr. Betsy got into urogynecology. Some of the common issues women go to see Dr. Betsy for. What sets women up for pelvic floor issues? How and when to do kegel exercises. What pelvic atrophy is and how to avoid developing it. Why women need to be diligent about emptying their bladders. What is interstitial cystitis, and what makes people susceptible to it? How the loss of estrogen impacts the vagina. Changes that occur in the vulva as women age. Dr. Betsy shares her take on the Women's Health Initiative and hormone replacement. The problem with propylene glycol. Proactive ways to address conditions like painful intercourse, lichen sclerosis, vulvodynia, and rectal itching. The testing Dr. Betsy prefers for the gut microbiome. How is the vagina connected to the brain? Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Betsy Greenleaf On her website The Pelvic Floor Store On Instagram (drbetsygreenleaf_) Body Mind Spirit Podcast Some of Your Parts Podcast
When Kate was seven months pregnant with her second son, her husband, Nathan, was injured while playing a game of football. Their whole world turned upside down when doctors informed them that he had fractured his C3 vertebrae and was a quadriplegic. Kate admits that she totally forgot about her pregnancy as soon as she learnt of Nathan's accident but thankfully his nurses stepped in and coordinated midwifery care for her. The Prince of Wales and Royal Women's hospitals worked together to ensure Nathan could be with Kate for the birth. It was a fast and joyful birth and for those that have watched the video, it's an unforgettable glimpse into an incredibly precious experience. Kate and Nathan have a long and expensive road ahead of them so if you have watched their birth film and want to support them, you can make a donation on their GoFundMe page .
Pelvic health dysfunction is something that is rarely discussed. Most often than not, people with pelvic health conditions choose to suffer in silence due to embarrassment and lack of knowledge on where to get help. In today's episode, Dr. Kylie speaks with Dr. Betsy Greenleaf, America's first board-certified female urogynecologist and a distinguished fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Obstetric and Gynecology, an honor bestowed on a few. She has dedicated her life to treating vaginal and pelvic health conditions. You don't want to miss this conversation because there's a lot of information that your regular physician might be unable to tell you. If you suffer from any pelvic disorder, don't suffer in silence. Know your options. “I would probably venture to say that 90% of medical conditions are either caused by or made worse by issues with the gut.” - Dr. Betsy Greenleaf In This Episode: - Why Dr. Betsy decided to focus on Vaginal and Pelvic Health and what Urogynecology is all about - A patient transformation story and the relationship between the gut microbiome and gut health - What does fixing the gut entail? - The association between H. Pylori and vaginal health - How your diet affects your overall health and the benefit of eating fermented vegetables - What can people with recurring vaginal infections do? Dr. Betsy reveals a secret cure. - What would Dr. Betsy do if she lost everything and had to start over? And more! Resources: - https://happyvaginarally.com/ (Happy Vagina Rally) - https://www.amazon.com/Why-Are-Labs-Normal-background-ebook/dp/B09SF9PXRQ (Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed) - http://drkylieburton.com/programs/ (Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie Burton) Connect with Dr. Betsy Greenleaf: - https://pelvicfloorstore.com/ (Website) Connect with Dr. Kylie: - https://drkylieburton.com/ (Website) - https://www.instagram.com/drkylieburton/ (Instagram) - https://web.facebook.com/drkylieburton/ (Facebook) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqJbAS6ocKydcjNiDQoauw (YouTube) *Sponsored by Systemic Formulas* - For all practitioners, join SF via the FB group I run:https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135 ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135) - For everyone else, learn about the products by following them on IG: https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= (https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) The brand new Mybyome products are now available too! Learn more at https://mybyome.com/products/ (mybyome.com). Order the Mybyome products now available at http://drkylieburton.com/supplements (drkylieburton.com/supplements).
If there's one word to describe this episode with Emma, it's joyful. She takes us through her three pregnancies and births in between nomadic living in a bus and on a sailing boat. Her first two births were really smooth but in her third pregnancy a fibroid was discovered on an early ultrasound and it created persistent issues around where she would birth because she was at risk of postpartum haemorrhage. She talks at length about navigating uncertainty in her third pregnancy and then giving birth on the worst night of the Northern Rivers floods. Emma had three physiological births and was really well informed about her options. Consider this a very inspiring episode!
Our guest in this episode, Greg Leyer, PhD, has an academic background in deadly pathogenic bacteria, such as botulism and other foodborne illnesses. Now, he focuses on healthy bacteria and joins James to discuss benefits of probiotics for the vaginal microbiome. While gastrointestinal health is thought to depend on microbiome diversity, the vaginal cavity requires a more homogenous population of Lactobacillus species. By producing organic acids—mainly lactic acid—lactobacilli help maintain a pH below 4, which prevents bacterial vaginosis. Listen to the full episode to learn more about: How and why taking oral probiotics affects the vaginal microbiome Forms of microbiome supplementation, like probiotics, spores and heat-inactivated bacteria Efficacy of probiotic supplementation in different geographic locations and ethnicity And check out Dr. Leyer's ongoing work: Your Health - Our Science UREX™ – The world's most documented probiotics for women's urogenital health Women's Health | The Probiotics Institute by Chr. Hansen
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Curious about vaginal seeding and whether it is safe and recommended for you and your baby? To date, more than 20 studies have found that the microbiome in cesarean-born babes is different than that of vaginally born infants. These differences can persist to 4 years of age and may pose lasting health consequences. I know this may sound scary but I have some great news to share: researchers and microbiologists are exploring solutions to help increase the health outcomes for mothers and babies through a technique they named Vaginal Seeding, which can be used following a cesarean. This is ground-breaking and pivotal research as the number of cesareans continues to rise on a global level. Tune in to today's episode to learn what vaginal seeding is, the current research supporting the technique, the potential benefits and risks of vaginal seeding, and ways you can support the newborn microbiome. Let's explore this further. For the accompanying article, go to avivaromm.com/vaginal-seeding-after-cesarean/. Thank you so much for taking the time to tune in to your body, yourself, and this podcast! Please share the love by sending this to someone in your life who could benefit from the kinds of things we talk about in this space. Make sure to follow your host on Instagram @dr.avivaromm and go to avivaromm.com to join the conversation.