914| IVF, Nausea, and Positive Hospital Birth and Postpartum Story – Becky Meyers-Pollock

After years of infertility, two rounds of IVF, and a miscarriage, Becky and her husband Denton finally welcomed their baby, Rose, into the world! Although the pregnancy was healthy, Becky dealt with nausea and vomiting all the way up until the moment Rose was born. Becky gave birth in the hospital with her husband, mom, and doula there to support her. She felt empowered and safe and had a peaceful and smooth labor and delivery with no pain medications! 

Becky Myers-Pollock Bio

Becky lives with her husband, Denton and baby, Rose  in Pennsylvania. Becky now stays home with Rose but is a trained Montessori teacher and continues to help parents learn more about the Montessori philosophy through Facebook groups and her instagram account, bec_montessori. She’s passionate about women feeling educated, supported, and empowered through pregnancy and motherhood. 


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