A podcast that redefines what it means to be informed in your pregnancy and birth.
This can seem like you are on an overwhelming journey. Breathe. Always come back to the breath. And read on. We are here to help.
[1.00] Brigid introduces Dr Golly and Brigid and Dr Pat talk about what to expect in this episode.
[3.00] Dr Pat and Dr Golly discuss when someone may see a paediatrician during their pregnancy or early during their postnatal.
[5.54] Brigid asks Dr Golly why a paediatrician is present for a caesarean birth and what the protocol is for assisted births.
[10.00] Dr Golly talks about when a paediatrician will visit in the first few days post birth and what these visits cover.
[11.57] Dr Golly talks about what happens at a 6 week check and why he thinks that it is important to focus on sleeping and settling.
[14.21] Dr Golly gives some red flags that need to be seen by a paediatrician such as jaundice and poo colour.
[17.02] Brigid and Dr Pat talk to Dr Golly about his book and how it covers the first 6 weeks with you newborn.
[18.06] Brigid and Dr Pat talk to Dr Golly about the benefits and how a dad can be as involved as the birthing mother.
[20.18] Dr Golly talks about the biggest challenges that parents face and how most of his patients say that their biggest challenge is confusion.
[22.30] Brigid asks Dr Golly about burping babies. Dr Golly talks about the misdiagnosis of reflux.
[28.11] Brigid asks Dr Golly what his advice is around burping an unsettled baby.
[31.47] Dr Golly talks about his favourite technique for winding and winding signs to look for.
[33.57] Dr Golly talks about the difference between a posse and a vomit and if there is anything to worry about.
[35.25] Dr Golly talks about the misdiagnosis and overdiagnosis of reflux in babies.
[38.08] Brigid asks Dr Golly about his thoughts on birth height and weight charts. Dr Golly talks about why these charts, and he also touches on weight correction.
[43.37] Brigid asks Dr Golly if paediatricians have a preference on whether babies are breastfed, or bottle-fed. Brigid also asks if all formulas made equal.
[47.43] Brigid asks Dr Golly about his thoughts on dummies for babies.
[48.57] Dr Pat talks about how becoming a dad changed his practice and asks Dr Golly if he felt the same way. Dr Golly talks about his experience with become a dad after the birth of his first born.
[55.17] Dr Golly talks about where you can buy his book and sleep program.
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In this class you will learn:
We work and live on Wadawarrung land. We acknowledge the Elders, past present and emerging. We also acknowledge the rich birthing history of aboriginal women and the connection to country that this has been and always will be.
We have 15+ years of running a busy obstetric practice, helping more than 4000 babies to enter this big beautiful world. We live and breathe babies and we are here to help you become MAMA.