Knocked Up is co-hosted by Dr Raelia Lew of Women’s Health Melbourne and Jordi Morrison. It’s an accessible podcast that answers all your questions about fertility, pregnancy and women’s health.

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Knocked Up Podcast – The Female Orgasm with Chantelle Otten

Posted on August 10, 2020

  Chantelle Otten is an internationally acclaimed Psycho-Sexologist based in Melbourne. With her background in scientific research, sexual medicine, and counselling, Chantelle believes that sexuality and self-esteem are an integral part of life, which everyone is entitled to and that Good sexual health should always be enjoyable, pain free and without prejudice. When speaking to … Continue reading

Knocked Up Podcast – Professor David Gardner

Posted on August 3, 2020

We’ve often heard Raelia talk about the importance of the team and the lab in getting the best possible results from assisted fertility treatment. To understand more about the role of the scientist and the lab we speak with Professor David Gardner, Scientific Director at Melbourne IVF. For nearly four decades David has been at … Continue reading

Knocked Up Podcast – Dr Lara Freeman

Posted on July 27, 2020

Weight loss surgery might sound like a drastic action but it actually can be the right thing for some people. To discuss this niche area of medicine we’ve invited Dr Lara Freeman to join us on this episode of Knocked Up. Dr Lara Freeman is a specialist, upper gastrointestinal and general surgeon with extensive experience … Continue reading

Knocked Up Podcast – Shterna Glick

Posted on July 13, 2020

Shterna is a Melbourne-based Lactation Consultant and registered Midwife working both privately and in the hospital setting. As a mother of five, her passion is supporting women throughout their childbearing journey, especially during the postnatal period. Shterna provides a home-visiting lactation consultation service and antenatal breastfeeding information classes, helping women navigate challenges with an evidence-based, … Continue reading