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136 | Lou, Perinatal Anxiety, Elective Induction Private Obstetrician

136 | Lou, Perinatal Anxiety, Elective Induction Private Obstetrician

Update: 2019-09-221
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Lou and her husband were very career-driven and didn’t think they would ever have children. When they reached their mid-thirties, they had a conversation and decided they wanted to give it a try. After doing genetic testing and coming off contraception, Lou fell pregnant in the first month of trying. Lou had a history of anxiety, and this began to increase during her pregnancy. She had to modify the medication she was taking for her anxiety when she began trying to conceive, and she started seeing a psychologist who specializes in perinatal and postnatal anxiety and depression. Lou elected to be induced and shares her experience of going through a private Obstetrician, choosing not to breastfeed and sleeping challenges. To find out more tune into this week’s show.
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136 | Lou, Perinatal Anxiety, Elective Induction Private Obstetrician

136 | Lou, Perinatal Anxiety, Elective Induction Private Obstetrician