Psc Mami

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Sinopsis

PSC Mami: Stories at the intersection of PSC and parenthood. You are diagnosed with a rare, incurable disease. You are young, you are female. You had a vision for your future. You wanted kids. But can you? Women who have been there talk about how a diagnosis of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, a rare autoimmune disease, reshaped their vision of their lives and parenthood.

Episodios

  • Bill

    Bill

    12/02/2020 Duración: 35min

    Bill discusses going through the process of getting his young son’s Ulcerative Colitis and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis diagnosis, a diagnosis that is incredibly rare in young children.  He speaks to what it meant to find a fellow parent of a young PSCer to support him through the emotional challenges and navigating the medical world of pediatric PSC.

  • Alex

    Alex

    25/11/2019 Duración: 46min

    Alex discusses her journey up to and following her young child’s diagnosis of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. She reflects on her reaction to the diagnosis, how it affected her relationships, and how she was able to move forward and face her child’s a

  • Amanda

    Amanda

    29/10/2019 Duración: 32min

    Amanda was diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis at 23 and one-year into her marriage. A little over a year later, she received a living donor transplant. She shares how her diagnosis and transplant forced her to rethink what her expectations were as she has forged a new life path with flexibility, grief, gratitude, community, redemption and even a little anger. She shares what it’s like to be expecting her first child any day.    Contact PSC Mami Podcast to share your story at pscmami.com/stories Amanda mentions the Transplant Pregnancy Registry 

  • Heather has 2 girls, a new liver, and joy

    Heather has 2 girls, a new liver, and joy

    20/08/2018 Duración: 49min

    Heather was diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis young, then made it through nursing training, graduate school, dating, getting married, and having her first baby before her PSC symptoms started to really affect her quality of life. She speaks about how she and her husband approached having another child, planning for, then recovering from, a living donor transplant, and how roles and work have shifted in their family.

  • Emily has her son post diagnosis and survives UC, PSC, cancer and transplant with optimism

    Emily has her son post diagnosis and survives UC, PSC, cancer and transplant with optimism

    06/04/2018 Duración: 38min

    Emily has been battling serious illnesses, PSC, UC since she was 19, and liver cancer at 33. As a mother, she has done her best to create an optimistic life with as little fear for her young son as possible as she has survived a colectomy, cancer treatment and a liver transplant. She discusses what it was like to be in survival mode for most of her adult life, what it meant to be a “sick mom” and how her outlook since transplant is all about her zest for life and what might come next. Bonus resource mentioned by PSC Mami at end of episode: Selfless Snowman | Doc McStuffins 

  • Natalie explains to her young sons that mommy’s liver works a little differently

    Natalie explains to her young sons that mommy’s liver works a little differently

    23/03/2018 Duración: 36min

    Natalie learned of her PSC diagnosis when her sons were very young. She had been pursuing the “perfect” stay-at-home-mom life and soon discovered that when mother is your central role, PSC will definitely affect how you parent. She shares how she has talked to her sons about PSC and how her family has grown in not only understanding her disease but becoming very active in the larger PSC community.

  • Serbrina and her marriage survive and thrive post-transplant without children

    Serbrina and her marriage survive and thrive post-transplant without children

    15/02/2018 Duración: 38min

    Serbrina and her husband survived a 10-year waitlist for her life saving transplant made necessary by the progression of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. While her feelings about motherhood at this stage in her life are complex, she holds possibility for that and all areas of her life. She discusses the shifting considerations, emotions, and frames of mind that PSC brought to her lived experience and how a successful transplant has transformed how she approaches time and living life.

  • Katrina has second child and peace of mind post PSC diagnosis

    Katrina has second child and peace of mind post PSC diagnosis

    25/01/2018 Duración: 25min

    Katrina’s medical journey began at 15 with her Ulcerative Colitis diagnosis, but as she found experts that provided much needed relief, she was diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. She discusses her shift in outlook, her support system, her second pregnancy and what role PSC plays, or doesn’t, in her day to day life.

  • Jessica decides to not have children and has no regrets

    Jessica decides to not have children and has no regrets

    21/12/2017 Duración: 39min

    Jessica’s early and intense introduction to life saving procedures means many discussions about IVF, surrogacy, and adoption with her husband, family and friends. She listens to herself and her body and chooses a path, that while not easy, lives up to her goal of living life without regrets.

  • Kiersten, a child of a PSCer, has 2 healthy children after difficult pregnancies

    Kiersten, a child of a PSCer, has 2 healthy children after difficult pregnancies

    07/12/2017 Duración: 44min

    Kiersten knew the dangers of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis as a result of her father’s diagnosis. She faced her own diagnosis as a young adult and found that her PSC had a different progression. In the 3-year window that her doctor gave her, she had two pregnancies that included a lot of uncertainty, bed rest and ultimately, vibrant young children.

  • Britt discusses easy 2nd pregnancy after PSC diagnosis

    Britt discusses easy 2nd pregnancy after PSC diagnosis

    16/11/2017 Duración: 29min

    Britt was diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis when her daughter was 2 years old. Years later she was surprised to find she was pregnant again with her son. She speaks to the emotional process of accepting her diagnosis as a mom, focusing on her health, and re-imagining what her family would look like.