Biggest Obstacles for Black Women in Pregnancy with Asia Price
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The Make A Baby Podcast
Biggest Obstacles for Black Women in Pregnancy with Asia Price
Dec 25, 2022 Episode 38
Carolina Sotomayor

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Birth is a natural process, but it doesn't always go according to plan. For black women, who are more likely to experience birth complications than any other group, having a doula can make all the difference. Meet Asia Price, co-founder of the Omaha Black Doula Association and Labor Support Doula, on today's episode. 

Asia and her organization are trained professionals who provide support and information to mothers during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. They can help with everything from managing stress to navigating the hospital system. Their mission is to support mothers in having positive birth experiences.

Although the accessibility to birth support is not always accessible or available to black women. The Omaha Black Doula Association is working to change that. This amazing organization is on a mission to reduce maternal morbidity and infant mortality.

What you'll learn:
1:35 The biggest hurdle black women suffer from with regard to birth and pregnancy
4:09 How to access the resources if they don't have health insurance
5:57 Teenage mothers
16:09 The importance of having doulas
26:59 Are doctors accepting of doulas?


You can support Asia and the Omaha Black Doula Association by donating funds to help black women afford a doula.

The Carolina Sotomayor Podcast is brought to you by Carolina Sotomayor and the Fertility Foundation.

Carolina Sotomayor is an Expert Womb Healer who helps women conceive by removing physiological blockages with Reiki. She is the host of the Carolina Sotomayor Podcast, a show that covers everything from fertility to postpartum to motherhood, and the creator of Fertility Foundation Collective, an online membership that helps women heal at their own pace to boost their fertility.

Carolina has served over 500 women from around the world to heal. She is passionate about helping women create their families. As a result, there are over 60 reiki babies in the world.

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Omaha Black Doula Association
Omaha Black Doula Association | Facebook
Aledia Mikale & Asia Price (@omahablackdoulaassociation) • Instagram photos and videos

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DISCLAIMER: This episode is not a substitute for professional medical care but aims at relaxation and stress reduction to support natural healing. Reiki complements, never replaces, medical care. Carolina is not a licensed healthcare provider; always seek appropriate professional help for physical and mental health. Individual results may vary.