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Let's talk Private Parts!

Meet Fi- 26 years old and going through the terrifying process of harvesting her eggs, before having her ovaries removed - not out of choice but out of necessity.

Fi has suffered from an extreme case of endometriosis for the past 3 years and has gone through countless surgeries, loss of work and isolation from her community.

Lying in bed, where she spends most of her time these days, she realised there wasn't a space where she could share what she was going though - no community to hold onto, nobody to talk to who understood what she was happening in her life.

The more she thought about it, the more she realised there were so many stigmas around talking about our "private parts" - whether it be chronic illness, mental and sexual health or something else - that were keeping people silenced. 

Join Fi as she passionately dives into and explores the many aspects of our Private Parts.

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In this episode of Private Parts, Fi sits down with Nory Gretz to chat about her experience with Rheumatoid Arthritis and the difficulty she had with diagnosis due to her preexisting conditions. RA can very commonly go undiagnosed or unnoticed when you have other illnesses which was the case for Nory Gretz. 

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In this episode of Private Parts, Fi chats to Toya Ricci - a creative sexologist with a huge focus on pleasure.

Initially, Toya & Fi planned to speak about Toya's work, but in their 'pre-brief' Toya opened up about her history with the health system and her unbelievable story of extreme pain, trauma & change and her response to her experience.

Toya remarked, "I know that a lot of people go through life-changing experiences and they develop a new lease on life, but I gained a complete and total acceptance that my life was already right. I was proud of my body."

We are completely in awe of Toya's outlook, her perspective and strength. This is an episode that cannot be missed.

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Fi talks to her big sister Tess about prolapse postpartum.

There are many forms of prolapse.
It is believed that around 50% of people who have given birth will experience symptoms of prolapse and or a full prolapse of varying degrees.

Tess works in secondary education and has always been passionate about sharing her experiences.

Especially while navigating pregnancy & early mother hood.
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