The Vagibonds Podcast
Their long hours and constant learning might be trying to kill them, but specifically, what do they do during all those hours? Most people think of OB/Gyns as delivering babies all the time, but don’t forget the ‘gyn’ side. Also,
Because Katee and Corbin’s schedules are challenging, The Vagibonds are switching to an every-two-weeks schedule. I know, it sucks, but it’s what they must do. In the meantime, enjoy this rebirthed episode.
So, you’re having a baby. You go to the hospital…and then a lot of things happen to you and are done to you. Why do OBs do all those things? What even are those things? Corbin leads us through all the things that may happen to the typical mother as ...
[Katee and Corbin are, as always, being amazing at their residencies this week. But since being a doctor often means sacrificing other bits of life, take in this rebirthed episode until next week. –Dave] If you have been following the news,
Lord knows Dave could use a good challenge once in a while. It is in this spirit, and certainly not that of causing him any embarrassment, that Katee challenges Dave to see if he knows his way around the abbreviations commonly used in obstetrics.
The Zika virus caused quite the stir in the news a couple years ago. It made few people feel sick…but its effects on developing fetuses was horrifying, causing multiple, profound birth defects. It has receded from the news since then,
[Katee and Corbin are beavering away at their residencies this week, so enjoy this rebirthed episode. –Dave] Alison Oliver is a sexuality educator at the university level, and also for the Unitarian Universalist Society’s sex ed program known as Our W...
Essure is a controversial permanent method of birth control. Its controversy arises from the side effects that women have reported–including ‘migration’ of the device and pain– which we’ve briefly discussed in a past episode. In this episode,
Endometriosis happens when endometrial tissue has migrated outside the uterus and made itself at home elsewhere. But Adenomyosis—where the endometrial tissue infiltrate he walls of the uterus itself—can also cause pain and heavy bleeding each month.
In this previously aired classic, we discuss why women should be thinking about birth control while they’re pregnant, what kinds of birth control we can use postpartum, and the methods and timing of those options. Also,