Liz and Kate chat about pelvic prolapse, and Kate interviews the amazing Julie Wiebe, a pelvic floor therapist who pioneered the "pelvic floor piston" method of breathing. Check out the show notes at www.kateclancy.com/period19.
Dr. Claudia Valeggia of Yale University joins me for a wonderful conversation about biological and cultural variation in the experience of the postpartum period. Check out the show notes at www.kateclancy.com/period18
Join me in a conversation with Maysa Haque, masters student at the University of Regina, as she shares her research into the wide variability of experience Canadian Muslim women have about their periods. For more see kateclancy.com/period17
We learn about periods through history, and those moments when corporate interests, scientific knowledge, and women's lives align. Guest is historian Dr. Lara Friedenfelds. Head to the show notes for more, at kateclancy.com/period16.
Eating Psychology Coach Lu Uhrich teaches me a thing or two about body image, nourishing yourself, and how to get back your period. Check out http://www.kateclancy.com/period15 for the full show notes.
We learn about the female athlete triad, and how menstrual disturbances have more to do with not eating enough and adhering to cultural conceptions of beauty than overexercising. See www.kateclancy.com/period14 for full show notes.
Liz Lerner, Kate's sister, hosts the first episode of season 2. Liz interviews Kate and learns the moment she learned where babies come from, and the times she thought she had gotten her period but didn't.