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Vaginal Rehab, with Susi Hately

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #92

Many women suffer from a onslaught of unwelcomed pelvic floor symptoms such as incontinence, prolapse, painful sex, and dry vaginas, even many years after giving birth. Although super common, avoiding trampolines and peeing when your laugh doesn’t have to be the new normal. So what does this rehab entail? Susi Hately tells us more. Check it out!

 

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Hormones After Birth, Dr. Jolene Brighten (Replay)

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #90

Hey might ones! Adriana here. If you’re anything like me, the wonderful holiday season that passed really got in the way of your podcast listening. So here’s your chance to catch up! This week I’m repeating last week’s episode. If you already listened to it, then this is the perfect opportunity for you to check out any of the other fabulous Birthful episodes that you may have missed.

I also want to take this opportunity to wish you an extra happy shiny new 2017. May this new year that’s just begun be filled with cuddles, smiles and much time for podcasts.

Ok. Here it goes:


 
What does the postpartum hormonal rollercoaster look like? How can you support your hormonal balance to avoid adrenal fatigue and autoimmune issues? What’s causing your vaginal dryness, and should you consider “vaginal rehab”? Dr. Jolene Brighten tells us more. Check it out!

 

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Hormones After Birth, Dr. Jolene Brighten

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #89

What does the postpartum hormonal rollercoaster look like? How can you support your hormonal balance to avoid adrenal fatigue and autoimmune issues? What’s causing your vaginal dryness, and should you consider “vaginal rehab”? Dr. Jolene Brighten tells us more. Check it out!

 

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A Challenging Physical Recovery, with Erin Patterson

The Birthful Podcast: Summer Birth Stories 2016 #9

We continue on our “Birth Stories” for the summer series! Erin Patterson is here to tell us about her beautiful birth story, about how much she loved the tub, but wasn’t too keen about being on her back. Lovely as it was, unfortunately her birth resulted in some muscular trauma that made for a slow and difficult recovery requiring PT work, even many weeks into postpartum. Although she had prepared for a lot of things, this was something she definitely didn’t expect. Check it out.

 

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You Pelvic Floor, with Lisa Gillispie

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #62

During pregnancy, your growing uterus and baby put extra pressure on your pelvic muscles. What can you do to keep those muscles in good working order, so they hold the pee in during pregnancy, let the baby slide out during birth, and remain toned during postpartum and beyond? Lisa Gillispie has answers.

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Flat-head Syndrome, with Michelle Emanuel

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #61

If you’ve ever seen a fresh newborn with a conehead, you know that baby’s heads are moldable. So what happens when they spend too much time lying on one part of their skulls? How do flat spots affect development, and what can you do to correct them? Michelle Emanuel is here to tell us more.

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Suck, Swallow and Breathe, with Alison Hazelbaker

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #55

In today’s episode, we talk about about what’s involved in the suck-swallow-breathe coordination your baby needs to figure out in order to breastfeed. There are a series of elements that have to come together, including muscles, ligaments, nerves and bones for all of it to work properly. What happens when they don’t, and what are some things you can do to help? Dr. Alison Hazelbaker tells us more.

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Protecting Your Perineum, with Rachel Reed

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #38

The thought of vaginal tearing can make any woman cringe. And let’s not even think about episiotomies. Are there ways to avoid tearing? What’s the evidence behind perineal massage? Will being told how to push make things worse? Rachel Reed tells us more about protecting your perineum during birth.


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