2021-02-15 | Baby Ahoy Season 1 – Dr. Deyo Famuboni Birth Stories

Hi ! Welcome to the second episode of Baby Ahoy Podcast Season 1. 

In this episode, Dr Deyo shares her birth stories – her first Surgical (C-Section) Birth in the UK and her second Vaginal Birth after C- Section (VBAC) in Water at the hospital in The Netherlands.

Dr. Deyo Famuboni is a UK trained GP with over 15 years of medical experience. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, she went on to do further training within a wide range of medical specialities including obstetrics and gynaecology. She has spent time working abroad as well as within the NHS and private sectors in the UK. She is a member and previous clinical advisor of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a diplomate of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal College of Paediatricians and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health. She also has a strong interest in health and nutrition and regularly contributes to various women’s health platforms.

In our conversation Dr Deyo refers to the following apps
Clue – Clue is a Period & Ovulation tracker with Ovulation calendar www.helloclue.com  
Tinto App – Tinto app is designed for like-minded new mothers for parenting & support www.tintoapp.com
Moody Month App – It’s a Wellness app designed for women’s biology, bodies and cycles. A Daily health and wellness tracker that connects women with solutions to support their most common moods and symptoms www.moodymonth.com

VBAC resources – If you are interested in knowing more about VBAC births then refer to the following links


Caesarean.org.uk – offers information and support on many aspects of cesarean and vaginal birth after cesarean, including articles, photos of C-section scars and a C-section birth planA Woman’s Guide to VBAC offers support for decision-making about VBAC versus repeat cesarean section, based on guidance from the National Institutes of Health.

International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN) provides information about C-section in the name of preventing unnecessary cesareans, providing support for cesarean recovery and promoting vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC)

VBAC.com provides childbearing women and maternity care professionals access to research-based information, resources, continuing education and support for VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean)

Evidence Based Birth – https://evidencebasedbirth.com/ebb-113-the-evidence-on-vbac/

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Chitra Natarajan

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