Urination Situation – Episode 234: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast
Today on the podcast, it’s all about the situations that can occur after birth without proper care and guidance. Then we chat about how social media has become the place where everyone copies everyone else’s work and it’s all totally ok since it’s all about the algorithm…?
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2 thoughts on “Urination Situation – Episode 234: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast”
It is so refreshing to hear a fitness professional speaking candidly about your postpartum experience, (not to mention not talking about getting your pre baby body back). It made me so mad to hear about how your midwife normalized urinary incontinence. It’s is disturbing that this is the norm given there are pelvic floor physical therapists who can help women with this issue and save them from a lifetime of pain and embarrassment. The saddest part is I’ve spoken with many pelvic floor pts who have tried tirelessly to educate OBs just to make referrals and are dismissed and ignored. I agree 100 percent about what you said about the lack of support for postpartum women from the medical system. It is pathetic. I love your idea for a multi disciplinary women’s clinic.
Thank you so so much for sharing your experience. Women who experience postpartum pelvic injuries often feel shame and do not seek treatment or even know it exists. I hope this changes in the future and thanks again for sharing your story.
Great episode, Juli! I’m so happy you and Avery are thriving! You are an awesome Mom and Avery no doubt feels that love deep inside her.
BTW I am the Mom of a 13-year-old boy whom I adopted at 3 months old. I had to give him formula. Guess what? He’s a happy and healthy boy! For every person who gives you grief about breastfeeding, there’s probably 100 Moms who are just happy that you can feed your girl in a manner that works for both of you. I was never triggered by other Moms breastfeeding or talking about it even though I couldn’t. Feeding your infant is special no matter if it’s at your breast or with a bottle as the baby snuggles in to your chest. Keep on doing you, talk about what you want to talk about, and forget the haters! People who leave negative comments are unhappy about something in their lives and are just using you as an outlet for their frustrations. I’m happy to hear YOU so happy!