About Margreet Barnardt

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So far Margreet Barnardt has created 5 blog entries.

Becoming Parents – Trusting The Journey

2024-05-29T09:15:11+00:00Blog, Podcast|

Becoming Parents - Trusting The Journey In this episode Dr Margreet chatted with her sister Ellen about her experience with pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood. Ellen talked about the importance of preconception health and how she prepared her body for pregnancy. She emphasizes trusting the process throughout pregnancy [...]

Behind the Scenes – Honest Talks with Two Sensitive Midwives

2024-04-25T13:34:59+00:00Blog, Podcast|

Behind the Scenes - Honest Talks with Two Sensitive Midwives In this episode Dr Margreet Barnardt is having a conversation with two Sensitive Midwives, Melissa Hudek and Susan Bolke, about their experiences working in different sectors of midwifery in South Africa. Melissa has always been passionate about [...]

Oral Health for Moms (to be) and Babies

2024-03-29T10:35:23+00:00Blog, Podcast, Self-Care|

Oral Health for Moms (to be) and Babies In this episode, Dr. Margreet Barnardt is joined by Dr. Farah Seedat, a highly qualified Paediatric Dentist, and Naseema Osman, an oral hygienist and mom of two. Naseema's personal experience with airway struggles has fueled her passion for educating [...]

Endocrine Intelligence For Birth & Beyond

2020-01-27T09:28:45+00:00Blog, Pregnancy|

Endocrine Intelligence For Birth & Beyond Revisit the hormonal architecture of women, remember the deep link between the central nervous system, emotions and the endocrine system, and the mindshift from intervention in birth to a more natural experience will be easy, says Sensitive Midwifery. The intricate balance between [...]

Labour Due Date Estimation Guidelines, and Updated Gestational Term Classification

2020-04-28T18:19:09+00:00Pregnancy, SM-Members|

Due date estimation guidelines Compelling evidence shows that the most accurate estimation of when a normal pregnancy (gestation) will end is the projected date yielded by the mostly routine first trimester ultrasound (up until 13 weeks, 6 days). As it turns out, the old-school estimated date of delivery [...]

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