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The More Sibyl Podcast

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The More Sibyl Podcast is hosted by Mo! Sibyl - a Nigerian-born, US-educated, Korean-speaking, Struggling Intellectual. The More Sibyl Podcast is a podcast about culture and culture nomads designed for Blacks and Asians and those who love them. On The More Sibyl Podcast, Mo! talks mostly with an inv… read more

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자유를 위해| The One with Stephanie Fuccio – Hysterectomy Saved My Life?: Episode 42 (2019)

THE MORE SIBYL PODCAST PRESENTS: The One with Stephanie Fuccio– Hysterectomy Saved My Life?


Hello Mosiblings! Merry Christmas!!!

Here’s reintroducing Stephanie Fuccio! Steph, as I call her, is an amazing ball of energy! She’s one of my podmentors who has blazed the trails for people like me. Steph was born in New York City and has intentionally taught English in a few countries in places in Asia like Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, and China. She currently lives in Shanghai. She is also the host of the Geopats Podcast.

Today, I am sharing Steph’s story of her hysterectomy. Though we both agree that this is a procedure that’s too overprescribed in the US, it did save her life and relieve her of excruciating and heavy periods. Listen to hear all about this and more, especially on why we need to create more spaces for women to be able to talk about their period and vaginal health.

By sharing this episode, we both hope to have a world where women are more comfortable talking to each other about these issues. To form allies and microcommunities and hopefully strike up a conversation with the woman next to us in the waiting room or checkout line.

Here’s a tip to women in their 30s who may want to have kids someday and are not yet married, consider freezing your eggs.
And kindly get your yearly medical checkup done as a lot of these issues are not detected early for timely interventions.
#IVFJOKE: Waiter to me: “How would you like your eggs, Ma’am?” Me: Fresh not frozen, and fertilized, please. Recommended Song:  “I Shall Be Released” – Traces Gospel Choir (2011) IF YOU LIKED THIS EPISODE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND DON’T FORGET TO SHARE, RATE, AND LEAVE A COMMENT. Best, Mo! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mosibyl/support
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