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Best Vbac podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Vbac podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A resource to support expecting moms (and partners, too!) with evidence-based information to navigate the awesome adventure of pregnancy, birth, and being a new parent. Vanessa Merten provides evidence based info that goes way beyond the typical “pregnancy instruction manual”. Every episode is designed to give you all of the evidence, research, pros, cons, risks, and benefits – all so you decide what the best option is for YOU and feel confident about your decisions during your pregnancy and ...
 
A Podcast of Mothers' stories of childbirth. Weekly interviews with mothers giving their first hand accounts of child birth in Australia. Designed to help educate and inform first time pregnant women, parents wanting to have better subsequent births and birth enthusiasts who love to hear and tell birth stories. An entertaining and heartfelt resource for pregnancy, labour and delivery and postpartum.
 
Navigating motherhood together, best friends Lindsey, Elizabeth and Ashley come together for an excuse to drink and vent about the "woes" and "yays" of this complicated journey. Being a mom is hard and can be isolating. It helps to know you're not alone and laugh at the ridiculousness of how far you'll go to get your kid to eat/drink/sleep/"insert other verb here". We are all about showing the real side of motherhood and friendship without sugar coating it. We'll share our deepest mom secret ...
 
Want to know exactly what is going on with your baby and your body this week? Whether you are in week 6 or week 36 of pregnancy, this show will give you just that in about five minutes. Learn how big your baby is, what new developments are going on, how your pregnant body is changing, how you can find relief from some of the changes going on with you like morning sickness and back pain, what to expect at doctor or midwife appointments, how to plan ahead for breastfeeding, how to plan for the ...
 
The Bellies to BirthCast will guide you through the pinnacles and pitfalls of pregnancy and natural childbirth with expert interviews, helpful tips and inspirational stories spanning birth beyond the basics, homebirth, VBAC, waterbirth, cultural childbirth practices, new baby care, breastfeeding, and more so you can make informed decisions for your family. We invite you to join us for an empowering experience. www.GivingBirthNaturally.com
 
This is a podcast developed by the Obstetrics and Gynaecology group of University College Dublin. It aims to review common emergencies in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The podcast is primarily directed to UCD students, but students from other universities are very welcome to listen, as well as trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The aim is that every podcast will cover something of interest for everyone at every stage from first year medical student to senior Professor.
 
Amy Neuhedel connects you to the most influential people in birth and parenting today. A professional doula, childbirth educator and mom coach, Amy brings you connection, peace and empowerment in your birthing year and beyond. An American mom living in Sweden for 15 years, she also provides insight into navigating a mothering journey abroad. Discover how to get more of what you want in your birthing year and beyond with Amy’s new video series at http://www.thecordpodcast.com.
 
The Free Birth Podcast explores what it means to exercise our full autonomy as women during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond. We now live in a global culture in which obstetrics has come to monopolize every aspect of birth. Epidemic rates of surgical birth, rampant trauma among women, and a deeply embedded resistance to the spontaneous process of birth have become normalized. Pregnancy is treated as an illness and childbirth is seen as an emergency from which women and babies need to be sav ...
 
We are Jenny and Mish: two busy mums in Dubai raising kids and trying to find humour in the craziness of life! Every week we chat about our lives, and we broach a topic that affects our lives and kids. We also talk about our adventures in Dubai, from visit water parks to finding activities in the scorching summer heat. Subscribe to our channel to follow our antics each week and don't forget to rate us!
 
Hello! We are Shereen & Eleonora - Mothers to 3 kids each and we LOVE everything to do with pregnancy, birth & Motherhood! Between us, we are trained in Birth & Postnatal Doula support, Hypnobirthing Education, Baby Massage, Rebozo, and we host exciting and unique pregnancy & motherhood events & gatherings such as our successful Movie Nights & Pregnancy Circles.Join us through the Belly Baby Mom podcast - a safe place where mamas, mamas to be and birth workers can share, connect and inspire ...
 
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Pregnancy Podcast – Episode 38: VBAC’s with Meg and Julie from the VBAC Link For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s01e38/ Today’s guests, Meg and Julie, are both doulas and the hosts of the VBAC Link podcast. They are here to talk all about Vaginal birth after cesarean, self advocacy, avoiding unnecessary interventions, and …
 
Brooke thought she was all set up in her VBAC attempt with her second baby- a supportive provider, excellent progress reports through the weeks, trusty midwife at her side, husband cheering her on every step of the way. Then, her provider went Brutus on her and stabbed her in the back (figuratively, not literally), leaving her with few options with…
 
In this episode, I am excited to share the evidence on vaginal birth after Cesarean, or VBAC. We have received many requests at Evidence Based Birth to cover this topic, so I want to share with you the information on VBAC that I present in a class we teach in the EBB Higher Ed program. In this podcast, I define some common terms related to VBAC and…
 
In today’s episode I chat with Chloe Mackie. Chloe has two children - Sunny (3) and Maya (2 weeks) - and is a midwife with a passion for antenatal care. “I want to empower women with knowledge and education. Ultimately I want to work in Midwife Group Practice or private midwifery because I believe that every woman should have the opportunity to hav…
 
Whatever you want to call it, everyone goes #2, poops, or has a bowel movement. Spoiler alert, yes, it is true that this could happen during labor. Let me spare you having to Google this and sift through message boards of expecting moms horrified at this thought. This is the truth about pooping during labor. This episode discusses the possibility o…
 
Alright my friends, the time has come for our Three Part Surrogacy Series. I have been wanting to unpack surrogacy on this show for a while now and offer my listeners a walk through as to why it is inherently anti-feminist and anti-motherbaby. So for the next three weeks we will be doing a deep dive looking at it from every angle, with experts on c…
 
Alle had her heart set on an unmedicated birth. She spent her entire pregnancy educating herself on what that might look like with being overweight, however, she also had to deal with fear mongering from her OB. She was encouraged by her support team which included her husband and her mother, but constantly questioned by her medical care provider.…
 
Los Angeles based celebrity men's groomer KC Fee struggled with a series of challenging postpartum issues for a long time before finally identifying the underlying cause and remedies. She shares her personal story in hopes of helping others who find themselves in similar situations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In this episode I am joined by Michelle Odoerfer, a mother of two young girls living in Clinton Township, Michigan with her husband Andrew. Michelle experienced two very different births - her first, in a hospital, was tense as she had to endure verbal and physical aggression from an attending OB. Her second was a peaceful, unattended home birth, w…
 
Pregnancy Podcast – Episode 37: Parental Leave with the Dadsplaining Podcast For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s01e37/ Jesse and Brandon from the Dadsplaining Podcast are on the show today to talk all about parental/ paternity leave. They share their experiences, tips for dads on how to help out during this time off, and …
 
In today’s episode I chat to naturopath and nutritionist, Kate Dalton of Mayde Tea. Kate lives in Byron Bay with her partner, Ryan and their baby girl, Alfie May. As soon as Kate fell pregnant - within the first month of trying - she sought the advice of her GP and fellow naturopath. Kate has a Bicornuate Uterus (where the top of the uterus is shap…
 
In the last month of your pregnancy, you will be seeing your doctor or midwife weekly. Vaginal exams take place during your pregnancy in the last few weeks leading up to your birth and during your labor. The question is, are they really necessary and will you benefit from the results? Vaginal exams have become a routine, but questions about what th…
 
I sit down with my friend Kayla and she shares the wonderfully entertaining and wisdom rich story of her first birth, in which she chose to follow her intuition and had a wild pregnancy and a truly euphoric freebirth. Kayla shares how she laughed her baby into the world, her refreshing take on spirit babies, and how she used her breastfeeding chall…
 
Britta Bushnell combines her unique background in mythology, psychology and education to challenge hidden preconceptions and help individuals, couples, and birth professionals prepare for life’s most important transitions with a fresh transformative approach. Her book 'TRANSFORMED BY BIRTH' cultivates openness, strength, and resilience for the Life…
 
In this episode I am joined by new parent Jenny Russell, a registered nurse from Tennessee. Jenny struggled with infertility during her previous marriage, became unexpectedly pregnant in a new relationship, and took the Evidence Based Birth Childbirth Class as a single parent without a support person. Her EBB Instructor, Heidi Duncan, taught the cl…
 
Kara’s first baby was a C-section, with additional physical trauma and an extended hospital stay. Her second baby was an attempted VBAC, but this one, too, was a C-section; although this time, it was much less stressful for Kara, and she had an overall better experience. With her third baby, Kara was more determined than ever to deliver vaginally. …
 
In this special episode, we talk about some of the things that parents (first-timers, second-timers, tenth-timers, etc.) will need to know and also bring to light some unexpected things that many parents simply have no idea might come into play in their birth journey. Sometimes these things happen without the parents the wiser! Look at it like this…
 
Pregnancy Podcast – Episode 36: ICP/Cholestasis and Self Advocacy with Meg Brunson For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s01e36/ Meg Brunson is a mom of 4 and the host of the FamilyPreneur Podcast. She is here to talk all about ICP (also known as Cholestasis) and Self Advocacy during Pregnancy. Show Notes Facebook Group: “Gro…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Libby Trickett about her third birth with baby Bronte. You can hear her first and second birth stories including details of high blood pressure, induction and post-natal depression in episode 106. After taking a year to fall pregnant with her second daughter, Edwina, Libby and husband Luke decided to start trying for t…
 
Your care provider is the cornerstone of your prenatal care and birth experience. This is your expert resource that you will be working with throughout your pregnancy to make some very important decisions and you need to be comfortable with and trust your care provider. That is more important than their qualifications, where they went to school, an…
 
Today we are talking a deeper look into the feeding your infant with breast milk or formula with pediatric nurse and lactation consultant Jennifer Davidson who has worked for 10 years at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and 28 years at a progressive pediatric practice. Additionally, her documentary film, The Milky Way unveils the problems facing …
 
Every month I'll be publishing an 'Ask Me Anything' bonus episode for our listener supporters! Become a listener supporter to gain access to these episodes every month via patreon.com/birthhour! As a listener supporter you'll also receive access to over 300 birth story episodes from our archives, membership in our private FB group, and be entered i…
 
Towards the end of her first pregnancy, Tracy’s baby was measuring very small. That specifically wasn’t the thing that led to the C-section, but that C-section was very unpleasant for Tracy. A difficult recovery and postpartum depression compounded her struggles in the weeks after the birth. With her second pregnancy, she ran into similar circumsta…
 
On today’s show I interview Mel and she shares the birth of her little girl Navy. After being together for seven years and shortly after they got married, Mel and her wife Yasmin decided they wanted to have a baby and they been to explored some possible options for conceiving. As they were a same sex couple there were a few different paths they cou…
 
Pregnancy Podcast – Episode 35: Postpartum Perspectives with Laura Bauder For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s01e35/ Laura Bauder is a School Psychologist and the host of the Postpartum Perspectives podcast. She’s here today to talk about her journey with postpartum depression and anxiety, along with common signs, symptoms…
 
You will spend about one third of your life sleeping. Sleep is so vital to your health and the health of your baby. Especially early and later in your pregnancy when you are more prone to fatigue, you will be spending a lot of hours sleeping. The big question is whether there is an ideal position to be sleeping in. In recent years there have been s…
 
I’ve got a very special episode for you today. My friend Anita has a podcast called “The Midwitch” and she recently created a gorgeous and beyond powerful reading of a piece of writing titled "Herstory". The author is Jane Hardwicke Collings, who was a recent guest on this show discussing blood mysteries. When I heard this episode created by Anita,…
 
In her first pregnancy, Tatiana was very young. Her provider used some scare tactics, but Tatiana didn’t think to not trust them 100%, and the baby was delivered via C-section. Tatiana wasn’t happy about it. Second pregnancy: Tatiana was much more prepared and educated this time. She wasn’t happy with any of the providers in her area, so she planne…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Evidence Based Birth Instructor Jessica Hazboun, a childbirth educator and registered nurse with a background in labor and delivery. Jessica created her own birth business, Nearly Nested, to help empower new parents with evidence based information. Hear Jessica detail her two very different birth stories, and how evi…
 
On this week’s episode I talk to Justine Zampogna - @justinezappa - who used hypnobirthing skills in her three natural births - one in a birth centre, one in hospital and one at home. Whilst her two births with her boys are empowering and inspiring for any woman to hear, it’s her experience with her second baby - a girl named Gigi - that will stay …
 
Pregnancy Podcast – Episode 34: Weight Gain During Pregnancy For the full show notes, visit: https://growingourfamily.com/s01e34/ How much weight should you gain during pregnancy? This is one of the most common questions among pregnant women and the answer can vary based on your prepregnancy BMI. The best solution is to check with your prenatal […]…
 
Your perineum is the area between your vaginal opening and your rectum. This area stretches during birth and it is possible to have a tear. If you have an episiotomy, this is the area that is cut during the birth of your baby. Perineal massage is an exercise done by you in the weeks leading up to birth to prevent tearing. The theory behind perineal…
 
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