New Podcast Episode: Episode 8, Kirsten’s Hollywood Birth!

The title above will make sense to you when you listen to the episode – this episode is covering an unmedicated birth experience with an OB. Kirsten talks about her experiences as a military wife; IUGR, what it means, and how it was managed; gestational diabetes; and more.

*Disclaimer: This blog is intended for informational purposes only. The information on this blog should not be used as a substitute to medical advice or medical treatment. As always, your Primary Care Provider, a doctor, or another health professional is your best resource for specific questions and medical advice. If you believe you or a loved one are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact 911.*

Here is a bit more about Kirsten:

Hello! My name is Kirsten. I’m a twenty two year old first time mom to Ryder, who is one. I’m a stay at home mom, but I also do digital art on the side. I’m married to Austin, my high school sweetheart, and we are currently living in Texas, USA with our black cat, Axle, and our Pit, Darla!

P.S. I recently featured Kirsten’s digital art business on the blog – it’s actually my October shop spotlight so check it out here!

The Birth Experiences series is a set of interviews with moms sharing their unique birth story, and answering common questions about their different experiences. What is labor & birth like? Well it’s different for everyone – tune in to hear about all the different ways it can go and the variety of challenges that can be faced. No birth experience is exactly the same.

The overarching goal of the Elephant in the Womb podcast is to give women a place to speak; to give women a platform for their voices and experiences to be heard. We are expanding our topics beyond just birth experiences. I have some exciting guests coming up so stay tuned.

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