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NICU – Olivia’s Story

NICU – Olivia’s Story

[music]>>ASHLEY LAROCHELLE: I was about 21 weeks pregnant and woke up about three in the morning to just bleeding and things that were a little bit concerning. So I called an ambulance right away. We went first to a local hospital and then stabilized and transferred to Maine Med. [music]>>ASHLEY: When I heard them call […]

Having a baby while on dialysis for kidney failure

Having a baby while on dialysis for kidney failure

-The day that Audrey arrived I felt like it was my birthday too like I was finally alive my name is Elizabeth hill and I’m 34 years old and I’m a stay-at-home mom I was diagnosed with lupus right after I graduated high school my aspirations were to go to college and maybe get a […]

Nephrologist: Eugene C. Kovalik, MD

Nephrologist: Eugene C. Kovalik, MD

My name is Dr. Eugene Kovalik. I’m a nephrologist, which is a kidney doctor, here at Duke University Medical Center. I cover multiple areas. My favorite areas are taking care of pregnant women with kidney disease and hypertension. They’re very concerned when they’re pregnant that they have kidney trouble. There are some increased risks, but […]

It’s Not TMI: Episode 8-The Difference Between a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam and a Pap Test

It’s Not TMI: Episode 8-The Difference Between a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Exam and a Pap Test

Hi everyone, my name is Lisa Flanders, I’m a physiotherapist in Ottawa, Ontario, and I practice in women’s health and pelvic for physiotherapy. So today on It’s Not TMI, I just wanted to talk about some of the things to expect at your first physiotherapy exam and then how it differs from a Pap test, […]