Birth Stories with Clemmie Hooper

Shuttle buses and neonatal care with Cathy Kamara

av Birth Stories with Clemmie Hooper | Publicerades 10/1/2019

Mother of two Cathy Kamara talks to Clemmie this week about the birth of her first daughter, who arrived two months early by emergency section following a fall. Her baby was kept in neonatal care for two months to help her temperature and breathing, which led to Cathy losing confidence in herself as a mother. She also tells Clemmie about being a mum with achondroplasia, a common form of dwarfism, and how that impacted the way she and her baby were cared for during pregnancy and birth. Follow Cathy on Instagram: instagram.com/thatsinglemum/ Follow Clemmie's Mother of Daughters account: instagram.com/mother_of_daughters/ Follow Clemmie's Gas and Air account: instagram.com/gasandair/ Clemmie's book How to grow a baby and push it out is available now: amazon.co.uk/How-Grow-Baby-Push-Out/dp/1785040383 Birth Stories is produced by Hannah Varrall and created by Off Script *This podcast is not to replace medical advice. Always speak to your midwife or doctor if you have any concerns.* For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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Midwife and mother of four Clemmie Hooper (aka Mother of Daughters) chats to brilliant guests about the amazing and unique ways they had their babies, looking honestly at the highs and lows of childbirth in a weekly podcast. *This podcast is not to replace medical advice. Always speak to your midwife or doctor if you have any concerns*