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The Blue Poppy Health Podcast: Conversations about periods, hormones, fertility, holistic health, and more! Join Allison Macbeth, Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner, certified Fertility Awareness and Menstrual Health Educator to talk all about holistic health, hormone balance, charting your cycles, ovulation, pregnancy planning, natural birth control, sexual health education, and everything in between. Follow me on Instagram @bluepoppyhealth. Please subscribe and share with your frien ...
 
There are real differences in men's and women's health concerns. The life expectancy gap is decreasing between men and women, but men still deal with higher rates of cardiovascular disease, prostate and testicular cancers, fluctuating testosterone levels, and fertility issues. Women’s health issues include cancer, reproductive and sexual health issues, osteoporosis prevention and management, nutrition and sports medicine. This series focuses on new developments in the diagnosis and treatment ...
 
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Listen as I explain why using a Fertility Awareness Method is so important when you are trying to get pregnant. (p.s. most apps get ovulation wrong!)על ידי Allison Macbeth
 
There's a common myth that you can't get pregnant during your period, but it's absolutely possible. You probably don't ovulate that early in your cycle though, so how does it happen? Listen in as I explain...על ידי Allison Macbeth
 
What does a healthy menstrual cycle really look like? Hint: It's NOT 28 days with ovulation on day 14, and you shouldn't have pain or PMS! Listen to this episode to see how healthy your cycle really is...על ידי Allison Macbeth
 
The menstrual cycle is the fifth vital sign of health and gives you essential information about your overall health and wellness. It's time to start paying attention (even if you never want kids).על ידי Allison Macbeth
 
In this episode we are celebrating four years of podcast, over 40k downloads, and 50+ episodes. We talk about what we've learned, favorite episodes, most impactful episodes, the basic communication package, and finish up by sharing some HUGE news! The post EP 52: WCH Past, Present, and BIG Future appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Alex Peahl about an entirely reimagined model of prenatal care delivery. This model of care is also the newly recommended model of prenatal care by ACOG. We also discuss the Stay Home, Stay Connected program. This new model of care is designed to keep pregnant people safe during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and i…
 
In this episode we interview Tessa Mills, from EmpowHERed Coaching, about rethinking fertility awareness. Tessa talks about fertility awareness from a secular perspective and how empowering it can be for people to track and understand their cycle. We also talk about rethinking how we approach birth control, cycle irregularities, and personal advoca…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Hollier about the newly revised ACOG book: Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month. We talk about how this book can be beneficial for both clinicians and pregnant folks and how to use this book as a communication tool. The post EP 49: Pregnancy and Childbirth Book from ACOG with Dr. Hollier appeared first on W…
 
In this episode we share the recording from a round table talk that we hosted for the 28th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference. Four experts joined us to discuss DEI-Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in EBP including what DEI is, why systems thinking is relevant to DEI, why DEI is important, and how to make your projects and practice more di…
 
In this episode we interview Kathy Greer MSW, LISW, CSAT-Candidate about sex addiction including how it is diagnosed, how what we know about sex addiction has evolved, how to talk to patients/clients about sex addiction or if their partners are addicted to sex, and we have a robust conversation about pornography and how to talk about porn with kids…
 
In this foundational episode we summarize the essence of patient centered communication through neutral and compassionate care. Learn how to be value neutral and provide compassionate care to ALL patients in ALL situations. The post EP 46: Neutral and Compassionate Care with Rebecca Vahle and Dixie Weber appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Christy Matusiak about how chiropractic care and applied kinesiology can be a helpful complimentary therapy for women and pregnant folks. The post EP 45: Complimentary Chiropractic Care with Dr. Christy Matusiak appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this episode we interview Claire Phillips, from Nursing the System, about all things systems thinking including what is systems thinking, how anyone can be a systems thinker, and why systems thinking is critical for making meaningful change. The post EP 44: Systems Thinking with Claire Phillips appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Jessica Grossman and Margot Fahnestock from Medicines360, a non-profit pharma company about navigating birth control access during COVID-19. The post EP 43: Navigating Birth Control during COVID-19 with Dr. Jessica Grossman and Margo Fahnestock appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we interview Shannon Wilson about all things perinatal mental health including normalizing without dismissing, normal vs common, supportive language, and mental health during a pandemic. The post EP 42: Perinatal Mental Health with Shannon Wilson appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we interview Rebecca Vahle, Founder and Executive Director at Family to Family Support Network,™ about adoption. This episode is incredibly powerful and will make you question the adoption counseling and care that you are providing. We discuss where language around adoption came from, historical roots of adoption, how to communicate…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Kortney Floyd-James about her dissertation research on Black women's postpartum mental health. The post EP 40: Black Women and Postpartum Mental Health with Dr. Kortney Floyd-James appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this episode Dr. Loew talks about her dissertation research about responsible sexual behavior (RSB), including how the literature defines RSB, how college women define RSB, and how rural women define and manage RSB in the rural context. We also talk about the pros and cons (mostly cons) of using the concept "responsible behavior." The post EP 39…
 
**Trigger Warning** This episode includes material that may be triggering to victims of sexual assault and/or medical violence. The post EP 38: Medical Violence with Storm O’Brink appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this episode we explore the intersection of religion and abortion with Dr. McLean. We discuss how religion/spirituality and abortion are not mutually exclusive, we answer our first listener question, and we discuss how to communicate with patients if a provider or institute does not provide contraception or abortion services. The post EP 37: Int…
 
In this episode we speak with Dr. Villavicencio about navigating pregnancy and birth during the COVID-19 pandemic. The post EP 36: Pregnancy and COVID-19 with Dr. Villavicencio appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Megan Gerber about how to provide trauma informed care during televisits, including synchronous video visits. We cover everything from what is trauma informed care, to tips and tricks on how to prevent triggering, and what to do if a patient becomes triggered during a telehealth visit. The post EP 35: Trauma Informe…
 
In this episode we interview Jonathon Garland, an improv expert, on how medical communication can be enhanced through improv techniques. The post EP 34: Medical Improv with Jonathan Garland appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
This episode is an absolute must listen to. In this episode we talk with Lynette Cooper, Nurse Practitioner and Educator, and Lastascia Coleman, a Nurse Midwife, about Black women and maternal mortality. This episode also adds to our previous conversations about reproductive justice, reproductive coercion, and health disparities. The post EP 33: Bl…
 
Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Megan Arnot Menopause is an inevitable transition in every woman’s life, but what if engaging in a basic physiological need like sex could delay its onset? Researching this potential connection is Megan Arnot, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University College London. As the lead author of …
 
In this episode we interview Karyn Buxman, a neurohumorist, about integrating humor into practice to help increase trust equity with patients. The post EP 31: Humor with Karyn Buxman appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this critical and foundational episode we interview Francis Kuehnle about the importance of language and pronouns. This episode includes discussions about how to inquire about pronouns, what to do if you mess up, and why using appropriate pronouns are so important. The post EP 30: Language and Pronouns with Francis Kuehnle appeared first on Woma…
 
In this episode we talk about Evidence Based Birth (EBB) with Dr. Rebecca Dekker, the founder of EBB. EBB is an incredible resource for providers and expecting parents to get methodologically sound literature reviews on birth topics including, but not limited to, vitamin K, eye ointment, eating during labor, due dates, PROM, large babies, and due d…
 
In this episode we interview the co-host of the Woman Centered Health Podcast, Dr. Stephanie Edmonds, about her extensive work with reproductive life planning (RLP). We cover what RLP is, diversity in how RLP is implemented, and how to communicate and do RLP with your patients. The post EP 28: Reproductive Life Planning with Dr. Stephanie Edmonds a…
 
In this episode we talk to Talie Melnyk about her experience with Crisis Pregnancy Centers or CPCs. We also discuss how CPCs function, their goals, and communication tactics they use with women. The post EP 27: Crisis Pregnancy Centers with Talie Melnyk appeared first on Woman Centered Health.על ידי Dr. Nicole Loew & Dr. Stephanie Edmonds
 
In this episode we interviewed Wendy Powell, CEO of MUTU System, about her incredible program to help with pelvic floor issues including prolapse, urinary incontinence, painful sex, and to help diastasis recti or "mommy tummy." Tune in to hear about how her program was developed and how MUTU has helped Nicole and Stephanie. Listeners also get speci…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Rashmi Kudesia about her expertise with PCOS. We cover all things PCOS including diagnosis, managing PCOS, the role of birth control, and how you can help empower patients with a diagnosis of PCOS. The post EP 25: PCOS with Dr. Rashmi Kudesia appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this episode we review a little bit of what we discussed in EP 22 on sex shame and make it more focused for how providers can help their patients deal with shame. We also talk about how to communicate with patients about pornography, kink, and BDSM, and briefly discuss how to deal with physical manifestations of sex shame. The post EP 24: Sex Sh…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Zoey Thill regarding her research with abortion after care instructions. We get into some great discussions about focusing on adverse outcomes, discussing birth control at an abortion appointment, a new concept for us-structural competency, and we finish up with a conversation on the new Reproductive Health Act and …
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Nikki Julian, a sex therapist about sex shame, how to unpack your own sex shame, and why dealing with your own sex shame is integral to your role as a parent and healthcare provider. The post EP 22: Sex Shame with Dr. Nikki Julian appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Kara Rood, MD A recent study following 346 pregnant patients found that 63 percent of the women were admitted into the hospital for uncertain diagnosis or delivery—all because preeclampsia has many of the same symptoms of other diseases. The good news, however, is that there’s a new test currently underway…
 
**Trigger Warning** In this episode we interviewed Alison Tinker, a Midwife, about her work providing trauma informed care. Although we do not discuss specific traumas, this episode could be triggering for trauma survivors. This episode is a must listen to for ANY provider. The post EP 21: Trauma Informed Care with Alison Tinker appeared first on W…
 
In this episode we talk all things menstrual health with Elizabeth Graf. We cover everything from menstrual health as an indicator of overall health, menstrual hygiene, and special considerations for adolescents, trans people, and gender non-binary people. The post EP 20 Menstrual Health with Elizabeth Graf appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
In this sponsored episode we interview Carinne Chambers-Saini, CEO of Diva International Inc. maker of the DivaCup, and Sophie Zivku, Diva Inc Communications Manager, about the DivaCup. We discuss what it is, how to use it, how to talk about it, and how this can help the menstruating person. The post DivaCup by Diva International Inc. appeared firs…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Stacey Pawlak, a clinical psychologist, regarding her expertise in working with people experiencing perinatal loss & infertility. This episode is must-listen-to if you help patients dealing with infertility, miscarriage, or diagnosing fetal anomalies. If you're not a provider, learn how to talk to your friends about…
 
In this episode we speak with John Haskell, the co-founder of UNA, an anonymous platform where women can seek a sense of community to help them answer questions a deal with personal struggles, especially addiction, and victories. Within the app UNA brings various professionals into the community for AMA or Ask ME Anything. This gives women a chance…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Diana Carvajal regarding her research and work with Latina Immigrant Women. We cover a variety of topics including harmful stereotypes, how immigration informs perspectives of sexual and reproductive health, communication tips, and a new concept of "post-judging." The post EP 17: Health Care of Immigrant Latina Wome…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Christine Dehlendorf regarding her cutting edge work and research surrounding contraceptive decision making. This episode is a must listen to for any provider who prescribes birth control. The post EP: 16 Contraceptive Decision Making with Dr. Christine Dehlendorf appeared first on Woman Centered Health.…
 
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