October is Pregnancy, Infant and Child Loss Awareness Month. All month long we will honor our babies gone to heaven far too soon. This month is special because you get to hear from our Sisters in Loss Birth, Bereavement and Postpartum Doulas! Yes, you get to hear the ladies share their testimonies and stories to motherhood and why they became Sisters in Loss doulas and how they liked the course.
Have you heard of the term Goiter?
A goiter (GOI-tur) is an abnormal enlargement of your thyroid gland. Your thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of your neck just below your Adam's apple. Although goiters are usually painless, a large goiter can cause a cough and make it difficult for you to swallow or breathe.
Today’s guest thought she was showing signs of early menopause and doctors found a goiter on her thyroid and questioned her fertility. Shanicka Vail House stepped out on faith and created onesies as a confession of her faith that God will bless her womb. She had one girl then two years later was blessed with another girl. Then as the world began to shut down she experienced a miscarriage at home with extreme blood loss resulting in a blood transfusion.
In this episode, Shanicka takes us back on her personal thyroid journey, miscarrying at home that resulted in a blood transfusion, and how she is surviving pregnancy loss with her faith in God and becoming a Sisters in Loss Birth & Bereavement Doula.
This episode is for you to listen to if you have ever experienced a miscarriage and delivered at home, and want to know how to turn your pain into purpose by enrolling in the Sisters in Loss Birth and Bereavement Doula course. www.sistersinloss.com/doulatraining
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