Did you know that an estimated five million women of childbearing age in the United States have PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)? Chances are that because of its prevalence you may have had it yourself, know someone who has, or at the very least, you’ve heard of it. For more, visit www.NicoleBuratti.com
In this episode of Pregnant Pause Radio, we welcome special guest hosts Michelle Farfel, IBCLC of Lucky Baby Lactation and Rebeca Four, IBCLC of Nourishing Wisdom to talk about Tongue Tie and Lip Tie. This is a hot topic in the newborn world and is very important for new moms to understand.
Wondering if you'll know when you are in labor? Was what you thought was labor, a false alarm for you? In this episode Dr. Kyle and Nicole discuss the difference between Labor and False Labor. Join us as we learn, discuss, and explain.
Are you planning to be induced? Is your care provider telling you that you "should" be induced? In this episode, Dr. Kyle and Nicole are the usual serious and yet have fun talking about getting the baby out either by induction or by waiting for baby time.
Congratulations on your summer baby! Being pregnant in the summer has it's pros and cons. Enjoy the warm weather but be safe, both for you and your baby. In this episode, Dr. Kyle and Nicole talk about being pregnant in the summer and how to enjoy it safely. We also talk about Summer Infant safety and comfort. Stay cool and hydrated! Thanks for listening!
In this episode of Pregnant Pause Radio, Dr. Kyle and Nicole discuss everything you should know about avoiding a breech position for your baby and what you can do to try to help baby move from breech to vertex, or optimal fetal position. Hear what we have to say from the chiropractic view, and the doula yoga teacher pregnancy lifestyle coach perspective. We think you'll enjoy!
For many women, the main goal is to get pregnant. Many couples or women planning to be pregnant, don't think about What Comes Before the Egg Meets Sperm. In this episode, Dr. Kyle and Nicole discuss the importance of a healthy egg and a healthy uterus for growing a healthy baby in a healthy body.
This is a very important episode of Pregnant Pause Radio, with a special guest host, Lisa Tremayne of the Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder (PMAD) at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ.
What does it feel like to have postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety? What are the signs or symptoms? How do you know when you have it? And if you do have it, what should you do?
Many women have a variety of mood symptoms in the aftermath of delivery. 50-85% of women feel Postpartum Blues or “Baby Blues” for a short time, usually 1-3 weeks after delivery. Common symptoms of “Baby Blues” can be mood instability, depressed mood, weepiness, sadness, irritability, anxiety, lack of concentration and feelings of dependency. Symptoms of “Baby Blues” usually subside 1-3 weeks after delivery. These symptoms are often self-limited and are to be distinguished from a more severe condition often called Postpartum Depression (PPD) which has increased severity and duration of symptoms.
Postpartum Depression occurs in up to 10% of births. It typically emerges over the first 2-3 months after childbirth but may occur at any point after delivery. Symptoms of PPD last for more than 2 weeks. Depression after childbirth is a serious illness and can have significant and lasting impact on the patient, infant, and family.