210 | Kyree Harvey Induction, Failed Epidural, Episiotomy, Vaginal Delivery After 3CT
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In the final episode of the year, I interview Kyree Harvey about her intense third birth with baby Denver. She made the informed decision to be induced and after a slow build up she fought her way through 40minutes of incredibly painful active labour and delivered Denver amidst the panic of his heart rate plummeting. Kyree bares all in this interview and she shares some really wonderful knowledge and advice about opting for birth preferences over a birth plan, recovering from an episiotomy and severe tear and the importance of seeing a women’s health physiotherapist post-birth, no matter what kind of birth you have (I agree, Kyree!).  You can hear Kyree talk about her first two births in  . Her first birth with baby Alaska involved two weeks of false labour, an induction at 39weeks and an episiotomy that took months to heal. In preparation for her second birth, she did a Hypnobirthing Australia course that shifted her mindset around birth and she journeyed into her induction with an incredibly positive and determined perspective. She delivered an 11pound baby boy and suffered a severe 3C tear, an experience that she shares in detail.
Beyond The Bump
Beyond The Bump
Beyond The Bump
IVF, endometriosis & dealing with birth trauma - with Leah Williams from @the.dearest.days
IVF, endometriosis & dealing with birth trauma  *Episode Notes* Beyond the Bump is a podcast brought to you by Jayde Couldwell and Sophie Pearce! A podcast targeted at mums, just like you! A place to have real conversations with honest and authentic people.  In our sixty-second episode of Beyond the Bump, we chat to the inspiring Leah Williams from @the.dearest.days. Leah opens up about her battles with endometrioses and her journey with IVF. She also talks about her traumatic birth experience with her second child and what she’s done since then to try and heal from that trauma. This episode was a very humbling experience for us, and we hope you absolutely love it! Follow us on Instagram at @beyondthebump.podcast to stay up to date with behind the scenes and future episodes.  This episode of Beyond the Bump is brought to you by Thursday Plantation: Thursday plantation is all about opening people's eyes to the wonders of nature's oils. For 45 years now they offer a range of therapeutic skincare products to restore your skin to its healthiest.  We love using Thursday Plantation as a natural remedy for our kids boo-boos. Their tea tree oil is a powerful antiseptic and is 100% natural and Australian grown. Their antiseptic is therapeutic grade and is suitable for minor cuts, abrasions, insect bites and stings.  Thursday Plantation have also just launched their limited edition First Aid Kit and Pocket Guide which helps parents to understand how to use the power of tea tree oil on minor injuries.  Don’t forget to head to our Instagram page to be one of four lucky winners of Thursday Plantation's limited edition First Aid Kit and Pocket Guide as well as a $50 voucher for some of their incredible products.  Head to thursdayplantation.com.au to discover their complete range of natural products.
1 hr 29 min
SugarMamma's Financial Foreplay
SugarMamma's Financial Foreplay
Canna Campbell SugarMammaTV
A major bombshell left Clare's life and finances in shatters. This is how she succeeded despite the odds.
"As bad as it gets, you can't get lower - it only goes up," Clare says. Clare left everything behind to start a new life in a foreign country with the person she thought was the 'love of her life'. The job market was difficult. Her finances started to crumble. But then came an inkling of hope emerged. She thought it was supposed to be the best time of her life - until her partner dropped a major bombshell. After suffering from a financial and emotionally abusive relationship, she returned home with virtually nothing left and her self esteem in shambles. Discover how she stayed resilient, found motivation and ultimately built her life from the bottom up. Her story towards emotional and financial security will inspire you to never give up and hold on, even when everything appeared shattered. Make sure you are following me on IG as I provide you with all the immediate swipe up links to my podcasts, YouTube videos, weekly blog posts and of course, my daily inspiration and motivation for you and your financial goals: @SUGARMAMMATV & my everyday normal account @CANNACAMPBELLOFFICAL General Advice Disclaimer The information on the SASS Financial website is general in nature and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial needs or objectives. Before acting on any information, you should consider the appropriateness of it and the relevant product having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. In particular, you should seek independent financial advice and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or other offer document prior to acquiring any financial product.Canna Campbell is a Corporate Authorised Representative and Corporate Credit Representative of Wealthstream Financial Group Pty Ltd ABN 35 152 803 113 Australian Financial Services Licensee AFSL 412079.
41 min
Seize the Yay
Seize the Yay
Sarah Holloway
Dinesh Palipana // Double degrees, defying the odds and Doctors with Disabilities
Today’s guest was actually a yayborhood nomination from one of our most active contributors affectionately known as Dana Saurus or Dana Pham. Dana so generously sent a whole list of suggestions for guests a while back and this is one that has finally come to fruition. She is the founder of Junior Doctor’s Corner and is a doctor herself working to provide much needed support to junior doctors entering the world of medicine and discuss important topics that are often dismissed or taboo. JDC also has its own podcast so make sure to check that out if there are any other young doctors listening in. Her nomination also hails from the medical world but is not only a doctor, he is one of those rare species who has completed degrees in both medicine AND law – the holy grain combination that very few globally dare to tackle. And if that weren’t enough of a superhuman feat, Dinesh Palipana is also a quadriplegic and disability advocate becoming only the second person with quadriplegia to graduate as a doctor in Australia and the first with a spinal cord injury. Despite a life changing car accident in 2010, Dinesh now works in the Emergency Department of Gold Coast University Hospital and has co-foundedDoctors with Disabilities with two of his colleagues. He tells the story so beautifully himself so I’ll stop there but I hope you find his zest for life and indelible positivity as uplifting as I did. Ps The audio is a bit dicky at times – the joys of Zoom strike again – so excuse a few spots where it’s a bit muffled.
1 hr 1 min
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