Guest post by Steph Cullen During my first pregnancy in 2015 my mental health spiralled quite...Read More
Obstetric anal sphincter injury: ‘Would a man wait three years to be fixed with full bowel incontinence?’
Apr 21, 2021 | Motherhood
Guest post by Chantelle. [Trigger warning: birth injury] When you walk through hospital doors, you...Read More
‘Pregnancy after loss paralyses you between happiness and fear – but doctors have said so many insensitive things to me on this journey’
Mar 22, 2021 | Motherhood
Anonymous guest post. [Trigger warning: miscarriage] Exactly a year ago the world went into...Read More
Mother’s Day reflections, as #NotNeurotic comes to an end As a women’s health...Read More
#NotNeurotic: ‘Having a positive birth experience helped me to feel confident and enjoy the process’
Q&A with Madeleine Shaw Over the last two weeks, Hysterical Women has been publishing the...Read More
#NotNeurotic: ‘All birthing people are entitled to safe, dignified, maternity care that respects their right to make decisions about their own body.’
Q&A with charity Birthrights Birthrights is the UK’s only organisation dedicated to...Read More
Guest post by Shelly Nelson-Shore from the US The #NotNeurotic series is published in...Read More
Q&A with Charlotte Howden, Producer of Sick: The Battle Against HG Charlotte Howden is the...Read More
Guest post by Lui Sit The #NotNeurotic series is published in partnership with BetterYou, whose...Read More
Guest post by Vanessa Haye. [Trigger warning: miscarriage] The #NotNeurotic series is published in...Read More
Guest post by S. Dorothy Smith from the US. [Trigger warning: baby loss] The #NotNeurotic series...Read More
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