All birth stories matter! Mikki’s preeclampsia birth story is an honest look at how you can’t set expectations for your birth and motherhood.
Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, the founder of Evidence Based Birth®, joins a needed conversation about the evidence behind plus size pregnancy risks.
This is Amy and her husband Chris’ LGBTQ pregnancy and birth stories. After many failed IUIs and being fat-shamed by an OB-GYN, both Chris and Amy carried children into this world.
Tracie-Ann shares her two very different plus size birth stories. She explains how advocating for herself during her second birth made all the difference.
Virginia Sole-Smith talks about her New York Times published article and what fertility clinics don’t want to admit about weight bias.
There’s so much misinformation surrounding Gestational Diabetes and pregnancy nutrition when you’re plus size. Lily Nichols shares helpful tips and facts.
When it comes to pregnancy and postpartum sex when you’re plus size, the sexiest thing you can have with your partner is an open line of communication.
A labor and delivery nurse joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to explore how common labor and delivery practices setup plus size women for failure to progress.
Can I have a healthy pregnancy being fat and forty? I answer this question and so much more during this eposide of the Plus Mommy Podcast.
Megan Davidson talks about how plus size women can be empowered and prepare for their labor and birth during eposide 48 of the Plus Mommy Podcast.
When you’re plus size and having fertility struggles, you feel invisible. Care providers just tell you to lose weight. Fat fertility matters!
My husband, Chris McLellan, joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share a dad’s perspective on plus size pregnancy, birth, and miscarriage.
Today’s episode is a plus size pregnancy Q&A. From where to find plus size maternity clothes to your intcreased risks – we’re covering it all!
Kassey joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her first birth story that ended with a cesarean, her journey to deciding to have a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) with her second, and her VBAC birth story as a plus size woman.
Aubre Tompkins, a Certified Nurse Midwife for over nine years, talks about being a fat-friendly midwife and plus size pregnancy.
Experienced doula Kira Kimble joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to talk about how doulas support plus size moms. We explore not only what a doula does but all the benefits of hiring one.
Cortney joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her home birth transfer story. This new mom is passionate about sharing her story to support others.
Having a plus size pregnancy with twins taught KC to appreciate her body unlike she ever had before. KC joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her story.
Madeline Hawke, an Australian student midwife, joins the show to talk about anti-fat bias in midwifery care and her passion advocating for women of size.
Tywanda joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her plus size c-section story! From conception to postpartum recovery, Tywanda doesn’t hold back.
From the joy of learning I was pregnant to the shock of experiencing a loss, I turned on my recorder and started telling my story.
Megan joins the Plus Mommy Podcast to share her PCOS and pregnancy story. She hopes her story encourages other women with PCOS to feel less alone.
Cristen Pascucci joins my podcast for an in-depth conversation about birth trauma. She talks about how people can heal from traumatic birth.
Nicole’s plus size IVF success story is six years in the making! Nicole had been tracking a regular cycle for years but knew in the back of her head that something was wrong.
I had a perfectly healthy plus size pregnancy, and my 300 lb birth story ends by me giving birth on my knees. My body is not broken!
Sam Reyes, a body positive influencer, talks about her very personal experiences surrounding plus size pregnancy and breastfeeding.
It is possible to have a plus size VBAC if you’re a good candidate and connect with a care provider who will back your decision. Yet, finding a size-friendly and VBAC supportive provider can be extremely challenging.
There’s a lot of misinformation about what it’s like to be plus size and pregnant. The truth is most plus size people have perfectly healthy pregnancies! Here are the top 7 things every person should know about being plus size and pregnant.
When you’re plus size and pregnant it’s easy to feel invisible since the outside world can’t tell you’re growing life within you. Mia joins the podcast to share her plus size pregnancy struggles and journey to finding self-love during pregnancy.
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