On Birthful, working doula and former journalist Adriana Lozada talks pregnancy, birth and postpartum with top experts and new parents. Every episode distills the overload of pregnancy information down to the most relevant and useful stuff. Adriana Lozada is a mom, author, speaker, birth doula, postpartum educator, and healthy-sleep consultant. Visit Birthful.com. Please note: Adriana has years of experience but she's not a doctor, and does not expect anyone to treat the show like medical advice. Please always consult with your care provider. This show does not dispense medical advice.
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Adriana Lozada goes through the pros and cons of three places where you can give birth: a hospital, a birth center, and at home, and what you should consider when making an informed decision. more
Medical anthropologist Robbie Davis-Floyd talks with Adriana about the technocratic, humanistic and holistic birth models. She explains why we’ve gotten so obsessed with machines and numbers, why we need more midwives, how some OBs are making positiv... more
Sarah Winward’s story starts with some lovely swing dancing in the living room, and stomping through deep snow with her dog, then gets really intense, having Sarah ask herself over and over “Where is the break?! There’s supposed to be a break. Where ... more
If you or your partner are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or postpartum, I could not recommend this podcast more!! It is such a fantastic resource filled with inspiration and insight! Our clients love it!!
I’m so appreciative of Adriana! She’s amazing and gracious, caring and vital to the conversation of birth.
There is so much I’m still learning now, 5 months into my pregnancy. The podcast connects listeners to untapped resources with an eye toward time, money, and energy-saving resources with the steady insight and warmth of a professional. Reviewers that rate the show poorly seem put out by the host’s use of inclusive language. I do wish inclusion could be taken less as a personal attack on those more identity-sensitive reviewers and seen as the practice of care most understand it to be.
Another podcast sacrificing women on the altar of “wokeness .” I do not care how many people say “birth person”, I will never accept that phrase and I will teach my children to NEVER listen to these lies. Only women give birth !! There is no such thing as a “birthing person.” How do you have a pregnancy podcast and you don’t even understand basic biology? more
Adriana creates an amazing safe space for every parent, parent to be, or anyone who wants to learn about every aspect of childbirth, postpartum, and so so much more. The amount of pure information in these podcasts is insane, there is an episode for everyone! On social media I used to notice that birth was commonly portrayed in very similar ways that felt so ostracizing when my experience was completely different than what was being showed. Childbirth can be so different from person to person an... more
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