Do you feel alone in your journey to conceive? Are you frustrated with all the overwhelming statistics about birthing in a larger body? Have you doubted if you even want to get pregnant in the body you have now?
While this topic may be a bit outside our norm, I have a bone to pick with OBs. While the IUD is a fantastic form of long-term birth control, the process of insertion and removal can be extremely painful- and it is the norm to do both without any pain medication.
Navigating the complex world of healthcare can be daunting, but fear not! With the right tools and mindset, you can actively participate in decisions about your well-being. In this blog post, we’ll explore the art of self-advocacy in health decisions and empower you to take the reins of your own health journey.
In this blog post, we’re going to explore the hardships of not feeling immediately attached to your baby after birth and the complications that can arise, particularly in the form of postpartum depression (PPD). So, let’s open up a conversation filled with empathy, understanding, and support.
Have you ever shared a concern you have and had it immediately dismissed? When it happens with a healthcare provider, there’s an extra layer of challenge because there is a real inequity in the power balance between you and a medical provider. We are going to discuss seeking a second opinion when your concerns are brushed aside.
Hello, wonderful readers! If you’re embarking on the incredible journey of childbirth, you’ve likely heard about the mysterious transition phase of labor. Don’t fret!