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Table of Contents
0:40 Bonus episode: discussing the vaccine, for lactating people
1:15 We read one (of many!) listener questions
1:35 Thank you to our sponsor The Wandering Womb
2:20 The listener question
3:05 Thank you to our sponsor Breastfeeding for Busy Moms
3:55 Vaccine approval: where we’re at right now
5:05 Previously, approved in UK and Canada
5:15 UK and Canada guidelines, if lactating and pregnant
6:00 CDC guidelines are similar (and why)
6:40 No vaccine data for lactating and pregnant people (and why)
7:25 Collecting vaccine data, touching on the topic
8:45 Physiology and risks for lactating (vs.) pregnant people
10:00 Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine statement (helpful!)
11:26 Details about vaccine, you, and baby
11:40 This is an MRNA vaccine, not new technology
12:15 The vaccine journey in a lactating person
14:43 Four barriers to breastfeeding baby: recap
15:44 Possible risks, possible benefits
17:20 Most other vaccines are approved for lactation
17:55 The choice is always yours
18:11 Why this vaccine is a big deal
19:05 Addressing MRNA technology
20:00 Fear of forced vaccination, please don’t panic
21:15 Places you can do your own research
22:27 Baby in utero vs. breastfeeding baby: very different!
24:00 Pregnancy and vaccine vs. pregnancy and getting sick: risk considerations
25:00 What can we look forward to with this vaccine
27:11 A step in the right direction
27:47 This is science in real time
28:30 Thank you for listening!
Credits and contact
Thanks to Cherie Louise Turner for editing and production and to Lindsay Brett Carothers for her musical stylings of our intro and outro.
Cherie’s podcast about female ultrarunners is Strides Forward: stridesforwardpodcast.com
Additional music credits, thank you Wataboi and Mazzaccaro from Pixabay.
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