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.
In this episode, we are celebrating #WorldDoulaWeek and discussing how #DoulasBenefitEveryone. Listen in as Nicole Buratti, The Doula Wears Prada, puts Dr. Kyle in the hotseat over being the Man Doula. There are no politics here, ok maybe a little (because it's so tempting). But all love in the fact that Dr. Kyle has found his passion and follows his path with the help of 2 lesbian moms. You can't miss this one if you really want to know the Doulas Dr. Kyle and Nicole Buratti.
In this episode, Nicole talks about Hypnobirthing, how it works and why you should consider HypnoBirthing, the original Mongan Method to prepare for a natural birth! Nicole Buratti has been a HypnoBirthing Instructor for 5 years. She is passionate about the method and has seen great results by those who practice the techniques.
So many first time parents cannot imagine the course of labor. Thanks, Hollywood! What we see on TV and in movies, is that the pregnant woman's water breaks leading to pain as in suffering, and 28 minutes later a beautiful plump 3 month old baby swaddled in the woman's arms. Attention ladies and gentlemen: This is NOT what labor looks or feels like! In this episode of #PregnantPauseRadio, Dr. Kyle and Nicole talk about the stages of labor and what they really look like, including the positive poop (thumbs up!).
What's in YOUR Doula bag? Listen to Dr. Kyle and Doula Nicole Buratti talk about their favorite essential oils for labor and delivery. There are many oils out there that are recommended and probably even safe to use during labor. Listen to them chat about what they love and why!
*As always, we do not give medical advice on our podcast. No, no!
Are you returning to work and wondering how it will affect your breastfeeding relationship with your baby? If you're like most of us, you probably have a million questions. When will I have time to pump? How do I keep my supply up? Where will I pump? How will my boss and co-workers feel about my pumping needs? Feeding your baby the way you want to is an important part of being a mother. You have rights at work and should be fully suppported in keeping your family healthy!
Join Nicole Buratti and Dr. Kyle Klim in this in-depth discussion with guest co-host Michelle Farfel, IBCLC as we navigate the how, when, where, why and your rights to pumping at work.