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Australian Birth Stories

Sophie Walker

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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.
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Surrendered Birth Stories

Kayla Heeter

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Let’s explore the amazing world of birth together! Listen for inspiring birth stories and intriguing teachings to expand your knowledge surrounding pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and postpartum life. Each soul-stirring episode is full of heart, passion, and practicality. Join me in this diverse mix of teachings and interviews with real moms and professional birth workers as we seek to more fully understand how God has designed early motherhood and the beginning of life!
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Birth Stories in Color

Laurel Gourrier & Danielle Jackson

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Birth Stories in Color is a podcast for Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latino, and Multiracial individuals to share their birthing experiences - a space that specifically celebrates, mourns with and supports them and their transformation through birth. Birth Stories in Color also emphasizes the role of storytelling as a way to equip future parents. Listening to real birth stories is one way to discover the expected and unexpected parts of the journey. We realize that there are birth stories not b ...
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British Birth Stories

British Birth Stories

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Welcome to the British Birth Stories Podcast, the place where mothers from around the country share their birth stories. Hosted by Ashley Brenninkmeijer. Music by Jonny Woodley. Thanks so much for being here!
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Ireland's Birth Stories

Corah Gernon

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A platform for women to share their experiences with pregnancy and birth without feeling shy about the detail Become a supporter at https://plus.acast.com/s/irelands-birth-stories. https://plus.acast.com/s/irelands-birth-stories. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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VBAC Birth Stories

Melissa Merino & Stephanie Cannavo

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A podcast featuring Australians sharing their journey of vaginal birth after caesarean. Through sharing and learning from each other's lived experiences the podcast is designed to empower and educate those whose VBAC journey may have just begun, help all expecting mums achieve a more natural birth if that is their intention, and better inform birth professionals about one's journey to a VBAC.
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Birth Stories Podcast

Chloe Straw

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Positive and empowering birth stories told to you by those who were there, alongside host Chloe. Have you ever wondered what it's like to have a c-section? What a home birth is like? What it's like to birth unassisted? We hear from a huge variety of people as to how they birthed their babies. The one thing they all have in common? Their births were empowered and positive. If you've listened and would like to support the podcast, you can do so here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birthstoriespod
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At GentleBirth we believe that a positive birth comes in many forms - and it's always defined by Mom. We've combined brain science, birth science and technology using the GentleBirth App to help you 'train your brain' for a positive pregnancy, birth and parenting experience. Each day of your pregnancy and postpartum period the GentleBirth App will recommend simple but effective mindfulness techniques, hypnosis, breathing techniques and affirmations for you and your partner to build confidenc ...
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Midwife and mother of four Clemmie Hooper (aka Mother of Daughters) chats to brilliant guests about the amazing and unique ways they had their babies, looking honestly at the highs and lows of childbirth in a weekly podcast. *This podcast is not to replace medical advice. Always speak to your midwife or doctor if you have any concerns* Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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At 16 years old you're told that you most likely won’t be able to have children. Then by 18 you’re married to your high school sweetheart, and by 19 you’re pregnant with your first child, and soon facing postpartum depression head on-what a huge change in a matter of a few years. Listen in on Allie’s story as she shares with us how God met her thro…
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In today’s episode, Emily - a mum of three - shares her journey as a surrogate (or an ‘oven’ as she refers to it). When her youngest was three she started to miss the pregnancy and birth journey so she began researching surrogacy in Australia. She joined the facebook group and reached out to two intended dads. They hit it off immediately and within…
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In this episode, Xela shares the birth of her first daughter, at home. She touches upon topics like: the death of loved ones during pregnancy, speaking up and advocating for yourself about practices or procedures you do not want in pregnancy and birth, the importance of communication before labour and birth, placenta encapsulation, and breastfeedin…
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This is a profoundly important episode for any new parent navigating sleep challenges with their baby. Helen is a mother of three and trauma-informed midwife who shares her experience of baby loss and PTSD. She acknowledges that her trauma has coloured her postpartum experience with her third baby and while the initial months were quite textbook wh…
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Going into your first pregnancy, you make a plan, you have a vision, you have a prayer…but then what do you do when it all comes crashing down? At 34 weeks pregnant, Rebekkah’s world changed forever. She went from having a routine ultrasound appointment to having a C-section in less than 12 hours, as her life depended on it. What came afterward was…
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In this episode Emily details her diagnosis and experience with Type 1 diabetes. It has significantly informed her three pregnancies and births because she’s deemed high risk (diabetes increases the risk of placental deterioration, stillbirth and hypertension). She takes us through her different models of care in the private and public hospital sys…
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Sometimes in our naïvety, we make decisions that we wouldn't have made if we'd had more information. And those decisions can lead to unfortunate experiences, especially when it comes to our births. Listen as Katie explains each of her three birth stories, two in the hospital and one at a birth center, and how she learned to have faith that God desi…
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In today’s episode Amelia shares her first birth which was a challenging induced labour that ended in an emergency caesarean. She always knew she wanted a VBAC so when she discovered she was pregnant with twins, she made it her mission to find a care provider to support her. Thankfully, she discovered Dr Andrew Bisits at the Royal Hospital for Wome…
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In this episode, Katie shares her traumatic birth story of her daughter, Zoe, born at 27 weeks. This episode touches on hard topics such as: premature birth, placental abruption, hemorrhage, traumatic birth, and a long NICU stay. She shares her whirlwind of a birth followed by a 72 day NICU stay where the staff at VGH were amazingly supportive and …
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When you’re not in relationship with the Lord, and you’re going through something as life changing as birth for the first time, things can seem pretty scary, especially if you’re navigating something as serious as postpartum psychosis, but God can and still uses these incredibly emotional situations in our lives to draw us closer to Him. Hear how G…
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If you’re in the mood for a birth story full of truths and just as many laughs, this one’s for you. Suze started listening to the podcast years before she conceived so in early pregnancy, she started an evening ritual of going for a walk and listening to every episode from #1 (the very rustic eps!). She takes us through her MGP care, birth preparat…
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In today’s episode I chat to Eliza Hull - a musician, author and disability advocate who lives with a neurological condition called charcot marie tooth. When she started considering and discussing her plans to have children, she was met with stigma from friends and medical professionals, an experience that is common for people living with disabilit…
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In this episode, Amanda talks about her unmedicated hospital birth story that she prepared so well for. She also touches on topics like trying to conceive, bonding with baby after birth, and the challenges that come with breastfeeding. Le leche league: https://www.lllc.ca/get-help Meal Train: https://www.mealtrain.com/ @nettlesnhoney https://nettle…
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This week, Chris takes over the podcast along with guest Paul Jordan in a conversation on fatherhood, the husband's role in birth support, and the importance of fathers in society. So grab your hubby, and listen in! As mentioned in this episode: National Fatherhood Initiative Want to connect with us? Have a question? Shoot us a DM at @surrenderedbi…
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Hannah’s three vaginal births are so different but they all started with pre-labour rupture of membranes (PROM). Her first was induced and she explains the intensity of contractions and how she navigated them. In her second birth she waited days after the trickle of her waters began, was guided by an obstetrician willing to wait and she went into s…
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In this episode, Annastasia talks about her 5 day long failed induction which ended in a c-section. She discusses her struggles with Postpartum Depression and Postpartum anxiety, and trauma after birth. @nettlesnhoney https://nettles-and-honey.mailerpage.io/ Consider donating to this podcast: https://gofund.me/d2c51d61 Disclaimer: The content on th…
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In today’s episode, I talk to Jen about her pregnancy, birth and traditional Chinese confinement during postpartum. Jen is a second-generation Chinese-Australian and while she was at first hesitant to embrace the confinement period after birth, when she left the hospital feeling frail, “like a creature born trembling, without fur or feathers” she a…
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Pregnancy is such a miracle, isn’t it? You have life growing within you, God has designed your body perfectly to grow this precious little one inside of your womb, so you should be dancing through life, right? Well, when you have Hyperemesis Gravidarum and uncontrollable gestational diabetes, it’s not such a walk in the park. Hear how Liz navigated…
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Bee came to her first pregnancy like most women do; with the understanding that birth is incredibly hard and painful - something to be endured. Understandably, she was terrified and not interested in hearing anyone’s birth story. Thankfully, she was accepted into MGP early on and had a beautiful, supportive midwife on her side. She also started lis…
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In this episode, Courtney talks about her positive homebirth experience. She also talks about her miscarriage before her pregnancy with her son, anxiety during her pregnancy, breastfeeding challenges, PPA & PPD, and how she came to navigate these challenges. @nettlesnhoney https://nettles-and-honey.mailerpage.io/ Consider donating to this podcast: …
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In today’s episode Ruby shares her journey with infant sleep. We all come to postpartum with a predisposed understanding of baby sleep which usually involves the mindset that it’s the parent’s ‘job’ to ‘teach’ the baby to sleep. But as you will hear in this episode, babies have a primal drive to sleep and their sleep needs are ultimately influenced…
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Not everybody has a bad induction experience, or a bad hospital experience. Especially if they don’t know anything different. However, what do you choose for your second birth after learning some things about inductions and routine hospital procedures and the effects they can have on you and your baby? What changes would you make? What about when G…
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Sea shared her first three physiological births in episode 304 and today she returns to tell us all about her fourth pregnancy and birth. Little Leia was a big surprise but Sea took it in her stride - as most mums of four do - and managed to get in the MGP program at Cairns Hospital which gave her access to the spacious rooms in the birthing suite.…
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In this episode, I go over the essentials that you need for your hospital stay (specifically at VGH in Victoria, B.C.) as well as everything that the hospital provides for mom and babe during your stay. @nettlesnhoney https://nettles-and-honey.mailerpage.io/ Consider donating to this podcast: https://gofund.me/d2c51d61 Disclaimer: The content on th…
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In this episode, Erica talks about her third home birth, a birth that was perfect and that really surpassed all of her expectations. Erica does talk about an early loss before her pregnancy with her third baby. We talk about the fear that is often portrayed in birth and how it can really affect our mindset and thoughts around birth. @nettlesnhoney …
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In today’s episode, Ariane shares her experience with postpartum psychosis. As a psychologist working in child and family services, Ariane was aware of perinatal mental illness but her anxiety prevented her from disclosing her symptoms which included disillusions, hallucinations and suicidal ideation. After a stay in a mother and baby unit, she sta…
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When your birth doesn’t go exactly how you’d expect, it can be a tough pill to swallow, but God can teach us so much through each and every experience, and use it all for His good. Hear how Scotlyn and Jaylen went about preparing for their first child, and how the Lord sent a special helper to them to assist them in getting the birth they desired, …
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In this episode 478 Katie shares her pregnancy and birth experience as a plus-size woman. She was denied access to midwifery group practice because of her weight and was immediately placed in a high risk model of care. She reflects on the inherent stress of this and admits that there were frequent suggestions of induction from her second trimester …
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In this episode, Rachael discusses her mindset change from no doubt about it- a hospital birth, to really wanting and planning for a home birth. She tells us about her positive home birth story and her love for evidence-based information as a scientist herself. We talk about placenta encapsulation, the exhaustion that comes with having a long birth…
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Navigating your first year of marriage can be challenging, but it’s even more challenging while also navigating your first pregnancy, along with a number of family tragedies along the way. Then finding out you’re expecting another not long after you’ve delivered your first is also filled with its own difficulty. Listen today as you hear how Carlie …
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In this episode Angela shares her incredibly positive first birth - a water birth at home, supported by private midwives. Before she had conceived, Angela spent years learning about birth and discovered that a physiological birth in water was her preference. She came to this pregnancy - her second - with a strong awareness of body and mind and cont…
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Javana’s birth experience taught her some important lessons about self-advocacy and the current structure of maternal health in the United States. The gaps in education about options and the variance in how providers operate through the perinatal process led her down a road of challenges and fear. Over thirty hours of labor started with mild, irreg…
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In this episode, Tracy tells us her second home birth followed by a postpartum hemorrhage where she had to transfer to the hospital, and her postpartum experiences with both of her births. @nettlesnhoney https://nettles-and-honey.mailerpage.io/ Consider donating to this podcast: https://gofund.me/d2c51d61 Disclaimer: The content on this podcast is …
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Several listeners chime in with their best tips, tricks, and advice for moms! Join us today as we learn and grow together! Want to connect with us? Have a question? Shoot us a DM at @surrenderedbirthservices on Instagram, and give us a follow while you're there! For more information about Surrendered Birth Services, check out our website here: http…
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I know I say it a lot, but you’re really going to love this episode. Georgie details her positive physiological first birth, her second that was a surprise breech (birthed vaginally!) and a DCDA twin pregnancy with confronting fragmented obstetric care. Georgie’s three births emphasise how vital education and advocacy really is, especially when con…
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