Interview with Documentary Filmmakers of ‘Born At Home’
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
5d ago
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of midwifery, medicine, or other professional health care services. The use of information on this podcast or materials linked from this podcast are at the user’s own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.   In today’s episode, midwife Sarah talks with Amanda Banks and Eleanor Currie, two home birth moms who made the new documentary “Born at Home” about home birth in Queensland, Australia. They ..read more
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Precipitous Homebirth Story with Julia and Grant
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
2w ago
Midwife Charli sits down with former clients, Julia and Grant, as they tell the story of their experience with midwifery care and homebirth!  Hear them talk about their first two births in hospital based care, the meaningful parts of transitioning to midwifery care for their third baby, and how their homebirth experience, while surprising, was ultimately empowering and just as it was supposed to be. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Late Term Pregnancy & Fetal Surveillance
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
1M ago
This episode is all about pregnancies that go past the due date, what the complications of that can be, how we manage it in the midwifery model, and what the options are for assessing baby’s wellbeing during this period. TW: We talk about late-term pregnancy loss in this episode, so please take care of your hearts when deciding whether this episode is for you. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Kelsey's Experience with Midwifery Care
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
1M ago
Listen to Charli talk with a former HAH client, Kelsey, about her experience with midwifery care.  Kelsey had two babies at home with HAH.  She talks about her births and also about what it's like to experience the midwifery care model, to be in charge of the healthcare experience, and to have relationships with one's maternity care providers. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Homebirth Story with Megan
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
2M ago
In this episode a former Hearth and Home client, Megan, tells her story and talks about why, as a healthcare professional herself, she knew that homebirth was the best option for her family!  Hear about her redemptive homebirth and how much midwifery care meant to her along the way. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Tongue Tie Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment with Dr. Michelle Gerbi, DC, IBCLC
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
2M ago
On today’s episode, Sarah interviews Dr. Michelle Gerbi, a lactation consultant and chiropractor in Hood River, Oregon, who specializes in perinatal and infant care. Dr. Gerbi talks all about tongue tie signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and how to think about tongue tie if you’re wondering if that’s part of your baby’s feeding issues.  --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Taking Your Calls
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
3M ago
Sarah & Charli answer listener questions in this first-ever episode of Q&A format. If you have a question for the midwives, please call 971-361-8144 and leave your question as a voice mail to hear it on an episode soon!  --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Eye Infection vs. Plugged Tear Duct
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
3M ago
How can you tell the difference between a plugged tear duct and an eye infection in your newborn baby? Sarah & Charli talk all about the common condition of a plugged tear duct and how to tell if it’s something more serious. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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Taking Your Calls
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
3M ago
It’s here! Our first episode of taking listener calls and answering them on air. Today we cover:    - Is an irritable uterus a thing?  - Can you take care of pregnant people if you’ve never had a baby?  - Do you need to stimulate a baby right after birth?    Sarah & Charli answer listener questions in this first-ever episode of Q&A format. If you have a question for the midwives, please call 971-361-8144 and leave your question as a voice mail to hear it on an episode soon!  --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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All about Homebirth Midwifery Care with Jen
The Homebirth Midwife Podcast
by Hearth and Home Midwifery
4M ago
Charli meets with a former Hearth and Home client, Jen, to talk about the differences Jen experienced going from hospital based care to homebirth midwifery care.  Jen shares about her homebirth VBAC under the care of Hearth and Home and she talks about the magic of homebirth midwifery care in its entirety starting from the very first appointment all the way through the final postpartum visit. --- https://hearthandhomemidwifery.com  ..read more
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