Join Cynthia Overgard and Trisha Ludwig once per week for evidence-based straight talk on having a safe and informed birth, which starts with determining if you've hired the right provider. If we had to boil it down to a single premise, it's this: A healthy mom and baby isn't all that matters. We have more than 30 years' experience between us in midwifery, informed rights advocacy, publishing, childbirth education, postpartum support and breastfeeding, and we've personally served thousands of women and couples. Listen to the birth stories of our clients, listeners and celebrities, catch our expert-interviews, and submit your questions for our monthly Q&A episodes by calling us at 802-GET-DOWN. We're on Instagram at @downtobirthshow and also at Patreon.com/downtobirthshow, where we offer live ongoing events multiple times per month, so be sure to join our worldwide community. We are a Top .5% podcast globally with listeners in more than 80 countries every week. Become informed, empowere... more
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In todays episode, Cynthia and Trisha break down some of the current guidelines published by ACOG (the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists). Youll see many of these guidelines favor physiological birth and stand for minimal medical inte... more
IUGR or Intrauterine Growth Restriction is the latest trend on the obstetric scene--a diagnosis that has afflicted many mothers unnecessarily. Eric, a father of two daughters, joins us on the show today to discuss his experience with his wifes IUGR e... more
Have you ever wondered why we actually need to get a pap smear or why the testing guidelines frequently change? The presence of HPV or the Human Papilloma Virus is associated with an increased risk of cervical cancer and is the reason behind the pap ... more
There was so much I gathered from your show and it gave me strength going into my second birth. I can proudly say I just birthed my second baby without one medical intervention at the hospital and it was so empowering and healed some of the trauma from my last experience. I credit this show with helping me feel prepared and empowered for this experience. Thank you, ladies!
I’m currently 23 weeks pregnant and thankfully your podcast has empowered me and taught me to advocate for myself. I had to fire my OB after she told me that she will induce me at 38 weeks due to me being 41 and she never asking what my birth plan was. So after my plans for a midwife transfer fell through I let her know I originally wanted a home birth she stated “ your baby will most likely die with a home birth”. I was appalled and so happy I had facts to back up all my choices to my planned n... more
I really love this podcast. I think I’ve listened to most episodes. I recently listened to episode #235, and it gave me some pause. I normally appreciate the balance of discussion about physiological birth and birth with intervention. In that, whatever way is right way for the mom is best. I didn’t find the same balance in this episode. It felt a little skewed and almost shaming to those who choose to take antidepressants, especially expecting moms and or those in their postpartum stretch. I gue... more
You are not alone! It is not too late! At 28 weeks pregnant with my first child I was going to go with the flow. But now almost 10 weeks later I am Down to Birth and postpartum! With the throughly evidenced based insight Cynthia, Trisha and their guests have shared my husband and I are natural birth warriors. My baby will come at the perfect time and we are ready.
My wife and I will be welcoming our first child soon. As the birthing companion I have felt somewhat detached throughout this process as I am sure many husbands and or companions do. I have also experienced anxiety about the birthing process because it felt abstract and out of our control. My naive self would just think well we will just listen to the doctors and everything will be just fine. Now that I have gone through the class and listened to many episodes of this podcast with my wife, I fee... more
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