075 Premature Menopause & Fertility - Dr Rebecca Gibbs & Dr Louise Newson
The Dr Louise Newson Podcast
In this episode, Dr Louise Newson is joined by Dr Rebecca Gibbs, an Obstetrics and Gynaecological Consultant at The Royal Free Hospital in London. Dr Gibbs is also an ambassador for The Daisy Network, a charity dedicated to providing information and support to women diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency. In this podcast, Dr Gibbs and Dr Newson have an in-depth conversation about the challenges of being diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (premature menopause) whilst going through fertility treatment. They also discuss the reality of menopause education for gynaecologists in the U.K. and why it’s so important that women take their HRT when diagnosed with the menopause younger than expected. Dr Rebecca Gibbs' Three Take Home Tips for women dealing with POI: Take your HRT. You may well feel much better. Take your HRT. It’ll prevent long term health problems. Don’t be afraid to push for the help that you need when dealing with healthcare professionals. Find out more about The Daisy Network: www.daisynetwork.org email@example.com
Fertility and Longevity with Nicole Shanahan, Claire Mellon and Rebecca Gibbs - Longevity Week 2020
The Longevity Forum's Podcast
Nicole Shanahan, President of the Bia-Echo foundation shares her personal experiences and research with renowned obstetricians Claire Mellon and Rebecca Gibbs. Longevity and fertility are heavily tied together yet there aren’t enough conversations on this ever important topic. Fertility is not always the same throughout your life and can be determined by simple healthy practices from acupuncture to getting enough sleep. The charts commonly used on infertility need to be revised as they often give women negative news too soon. Claire, Rebecca and Nicole chat about how the misconceptions can alter women’s life paths and how we can improve going forward. https://thelongevityforum.com
S.2 Ep 5. Living With Premature Menopause, with Dr Rebecca Gibbs, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist.
The Happy Menopause
It’s World Menopause Day and this year’s theme is premature ovarian insufficiency otherwise known as premature menopause. It’s a condition which affects 1 in 100 women under 40, 1 in 1000 under 30, and 1 in 10,000 under 20. This is where the ovaries are unable to produce oestrogen and progesterone and the menopause happens many years before it naturally should. It can be incredibly stressful for the women concerned and requires specialist hormone treatment to negate the health risks of an oestrogen deficiency at such a young age. So I’ve reached out to Dr Rebecca Gibbs, who’s the perfect person to discuss this because of her professional specialism in obstetrics and gynaecology and her own personal experience of premature menopause.It was a privilege to chat to Dr Rebecca Gibbs who is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist working at the Royal Free Hospital in London and at The Portland Hospital. Rebecca was diagnosed with premature ovarian insufficiency in her early 30s whilst undergoing fertility treatment. She has used her experiences as both a doctor and a patient to volunteer for Daisy Network, the UK’s premature ovarian insufficiency charity and she’s full of great, practical advice on how to cope with this difficult condition and to live a positively child-free life.We have a frank conversation about the health implications of a diagnosis of premature menopause, the devastating reproductive impact it has on girls and women, the appropriate treatment and how her own experience has changed the way Rebecca approaches all her menopausal patients. Rebecca talks about the excellent support from her GP after her diagnosis, the counselling she received to help her and her husband come to terms with it and how she has created a full, happy and positive life for herself over the past 5 years. We cover the unwitting lack of sensitivity that is often shown towards women who don’t have children and Rebecca is funny and forthright about how she deals with the inevitable: “And when are you going to start a family?” question. We also discuss her work with Daisy Network as their Advice Doctor and all the wonderful support that this charity offer women with premature ovarian insufficiency.Tune in to hear more from this sparky, interesting and highly inspirational woman!If you've enjoyed this episode please leave a 5-star rating and a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts as it helps to spread the word, so that new listeners can find the show. Because every woman deserves to have a happy menopause.
Rebecca Gibbs, Founder of PR company, Example joins James Henderson on the episode today. - Please note: the recording quality for Quarantini isn't always to our network standard - on this program, we focus on distributing information as quickly as possible.
Episode 98 - Setting An Example with Rebecca Gibbs and Andy El-Bayeh
The Hospopreneurs Podcast
Rebecca Gibbs and Andy El-Bayeh are co-founders of Example - one of the most reputable Australian PR companies across the food, drink, entertainment and lifestyle industries. In their words, Example helps brands to 'start - and own - the conversation.' We look at the logic behind some of the design features of Example House, their collaborative workspace, how they foster that community, establish team dynamics, manage brands and more. There’s even a story about Prince...
It’s hard to believe that the Spice Girls were active for less than two years during their initial run as a (Spice Force) five-piece. Hot on the heels of their ground-breaking 1996 debut Spice, the gals were on a roll when they put out both Spiceworld (the album) and Spice World (the movie) in 1997. By this point they were cooking with gasoline-soaked platforms, overtaking the globe with their trademark Girl Power at a rate the music industry (and impressionable young music stans) had never seen before. On 31 May 1998 Geri peaced out, breaking our hearts and sending us into a pit of depression. But their work had already been done. Because in just two years, the Spice Girls had recruited an army that would grow up to become feminists, freedom fighters and queer celebrants. In this episode, Andy and Drew welcome entrepreneur, PR maven and Drew’s boss (!) Rebecca Gibbs on to the pod to discuss how the Spice Girls planted seeds of hope, celebration and authenticity into an entire generation of young people, the trees of which are still bearing fierce fruit nearly 25 years later. Our Spotify companion playlist begins with Eminem, but gets better from there, we promise. Follow the pod on Instagram at @auralfixationpodcast, the boys on @drew_down_under and @andrewdoyouthinkyouare, or Rebecca at @rebeccalouisegibbs. Or email us god bless ya! It’s firstname.lastname@example.org. For further reading, please enjoy When Kathy Acker met the Spice Girls by aforementioned Kathy Acker.