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"doctor lyle" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

07:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Really powerful. It's hard not to look at that photo and not cry, you know. I know. Yeah, I feel choked up right now. But yeah, there's just so many amazing stories people out there overcoming so many challenges to be there. Running the race, I'm also thinking of three time paralympian Melissa stockwell, she finished in three 58. She was the first American female soldier to lose a limb in active combat and was later honored with a Purple Heart and bronze star, and she's gone on to complete in the paralympics, become just an amazing athlete, but then also run Boston and then also out on the course was Adrienne haslet who lost her leg in the 2013 bombing and she was running with chalene flanagan as a support person and Adrian said, I am just super, super grateful. It's never lost on me that I almost lost my life. And she wasn't a runner back in 2013. She was just their spectating, and she wondered why anyone would want to run a marathon. But in the preceding years, she has gone on to become a runner. Of course, runs with a prosthesis, and in 2019 she was actually training for, I think, Boston, and she suffered an arm injury from being hit by a car, then in 2020 the race was canceled and in 2021, she had an ankle injury. So it really was a culmination of so many years of struggle and sacrifice to be able to get back to Boston and run it so triumphantly. So how many people ran Boston this year? The race statistics said that 25,314 runners crossed the start line in hopkinton and they had a finish rate of 98.4%. Nice. It also said that 16,000 runners were running Boston for the first time, there were also 207 runners who have done at least 20 of the last Boston's in a row, so consecutive years, the longest streak is held by Bennett beach of Maryland. He ran his 55th consecutive Boston, and then of course race director Dave mcgillivray always runs the marathon in the afternoon evening, and he reached his 50th consecutive race this year. And of course, the Boston Marathon can't happen without the amazing volunteer as they have 9500 volunteers. I was reading that the longest volunteer streak is 46 years held by doctor Lyle Michelle. He's an orthopedic surgeon. And there's also more than a hundred volunteers who have 30 plus years of service. So these volunteers are just very dedicated and you just so grateful to have them out there supporting the runners. All right, Angie, so let's bring it down to what it was like for you. First of all, where did you qualify and how are you able to run Boston two years in a row? Boom, boom. Yeah, that's a great question. For the race this year, they allowed a more generous qualifying window. So I was able to use one of my bqs for the 2021 race, which happened back in October, and another for the marathon this year. So I used my qualifying time from the Hartford marathon in 2019 to be able to run this year. And not only that, there was not a cutoff, unlike normal years where you have to have a margin. That's right, every single runner who qualified for Boston this year was able to run it so that was also very special. So how did your training go for this year? You've shared a little bit on the podcast about battling your hamstring. So how was your training for Boston? Maybe trying to make friends with my hamstring again is a better way to put it. Yes, I did a very gradual build up in this marathon cycle due to the hamstring rehab that I was doing. So instead of doing a long run every week, I would do one every other week to give myself more recovery time. So for example, I would do 14 miles one week and then maybe 8 to ten miles for my long run the next week, then the next week I do 15 miles and then go back to maybe ten miles. So I was a lot less aggressive with my training this year. I also avoided running hills for every long run to put less pressure on my hamstring, going into a course like Boston, which is so hilly. Maybe it wasn't the best idea, but I just really wanted to get to the starting line healthy. And I really didn't do any specific speed work other than a few short intervals because that was another thing that tended to aggravate my hamstring. Well, it worked because you didn't blow up on the hills. The best you've ever run on Boston course, and you actually be cued. I did. You know, I really credit it to be in less aggressive, going to PT every week, getting those grassed in and active release treatments, continuing my stretching and strengthening routine. I will say that going into my taper, it was a bit rough because during the tapering period, I mean, your mind is already telling you all sorts of things, you know, second guessing your training and giving you weird pains aches that didn't crop up earlier in your training and our kids were sick, so I was like worried that I was going to get sick. I did end up getting sick ten days before the marathon was just extremely fatigued and feeling like trash for like three whole days and then having all these respiratory symptoms. And then my neck froze up as it does in your 40s sometimes like woke up not be able to move my head. You know, it was kind of like one of those situations where I'm like, well, I had a good training cycle, but I feel like this taper has just like a bus has run over me. So it happens. It does. So we took the whole family, our three kids, we came into town on Friday because Saturday the next day, we did a live event with our friends that you can, Angie, you got to co host this event along with fellow podcaster Carrie tollefson, and you guys interviewed meb kofsky, Emily sisson, Emma Bates, and Tommy runs in front of a live audience. There's maybe, I don't know, 250 people there, so. So what was that like? Well, it was very exciting and I just felt honored to be asked to do that. But also by exciting, I mean that I was incredibly nervous going into it. I am an introvert, being in front of people live is not my jam. It was very stressful, but in a good way. Like running a marathon is easier for you than speaking on stage. It was less energetically draining to run the marathon, I think. That's crazy. But the other host Carrie Thompson is a complete natural. She is so warm and upbeat. She's so professional that. I think she helped put me at ease and I did actually end up enjoying it once I kind of got out of my own head and tried just to be present in the moment. And it was really neat. The athletes we had on stage gave very thoughtful answers and it was really fun to learn from their experiences. So overall a great experience. And then we got to meet some listeners afterward too, so that was also really fun. Hey, you got to sit right next to meb on stage. I did, yes. And it was close to greatness. Ask him questions. So that was fun. Big honor to be able to participate. Thank you to our friends that you can for inviting us and also being just a long time faithful sponsor of the podcast Angie you were able to use you can fuel during your training and also at your marathon. That's right. It's just so reliable to know that your fuel is going to keep your energy steady and you're not going to have stomach issues and energy highs and lows and they've got a great product called you can edge, which is basically like their energy formula, but it's packaged like a gel package. So very portable, very easy to use. So yeah, I used it all during training and during the race and just.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Here's the other thing that almost no one talks about, but I think I'm going to do a video series for my substack about it with Lyle Asher, doctor Lyle Asher from Lewis and Clark. He has an amazing series, just parenthetically coming out. About how colleges of education became work. One thing that people don't understand is that there's an accreditation racket. And I used to be a member of the university of Phoenix and I saw this firsthand. The accreditation like very few people actually understand the process of accreditation at schools go through what it means. And what the accountability means and so I'd like, I think it's important at some point to talk about that and whether or not you should have a school that you're trying to build something new. Do you buy into the existing accrediting apparatus? Do you or do you try to just totally build something new? I mean, I have my own belief about that because you also want to give the degree gravitas. Right. The problem is that the crediting agencies just give the illusion of gravitas. They don't actually, they're not held responsible for anything. They don't confer any gravitas at all. If a school graduates people who are functionally illiterate, there's no consequence for the credit of the credit. Right. Yeah. Yeah, it's kind of like in the realm of like coaching like life and leadership coaches like myself. I had one person that had all the accreditations possible and I said, oh, I gotta get this. She's like, she goes, yeah, but who certifies the certifiers? And so you're correct. I'm just a certified this person with all these. And so that's what we're talking about here is how do we get together? It's a big scam. It's a big scam that everybody's bought into. And again, it wouldn't be a scam if there was something if there wasn't a lack of legitimacy. Yeah. If the creditors actually did something and could be held responsible and lose their accreditation on the bank, then we could have that conversation on top of what those metrics would look like and to what to what degree this ideology factor into the accreditation process. I mean, we could talk about that. It's another conversation, but you basic idea is we're trying to build a new institution university of Austin. I'm teaching there and June for a month and other people are trying to do so, are other people are building like Steven blackwood just building or awesome college in spanner, Georgia, you see, you also see the more people now are homeschooling their kids. There's been a meteoric rise in that. And. We can talk about why basically but the bottom line is people don't like conservatives and moderates independent centrist people and people with no wings, not laughing, not wait. People who just want their kids to have reading, writing arithmetic, the basics. These are the sorts of people who are alarmed and even horrified by what their kids are learning in school and they're increasingly going to homeschool. I'm schooling. But back to the university of Austin. So there's going to be a forbidden courses in which people will talk about I think ion's going to teach about her series teach about Islam and her experiences and she's written some really books that made an indelible impact on me. And I think Kathleen stock might teach about women's only spaces. So I'm going to go in and I'm going to teach the very beginning of that. So people won't be thrown into the end of the pool, how do you ask us to credit question? How do you focus on epistemology? What do you do if you're offended by an idea, what a good question is to ask what is evidence for the belief look like what do you do if you're angry when you hear some of these ideas. So it's going to be in the beginning of each class. And then they're going to then they're going to be thrown into the deep end. Yeah, I think I made a commitment to myself this year to really get back into Socrates and learn the socratic method because to me the answer and to having these conversations as well. I'm shifting away from like you said presenting the facts. I've been on that journey for a long time, but it's so easy to default to it. It's easy to just lawyer up and get presented with facts and it just gets derailed. I want to get good at asking great questions in those heated moments. I think that's the key. Because that's when the to me it's all about empathy and I think that's where the answer to a lot of this is when each side can see that there's nothing. How many times have you gone somewhere? And if you travel the world, I mean, if you've gone to the countries, you see it, right? And you see the perspective, you see what's going on. You just see the world through a whole different lens. And I just wish people would do that. And I don't know. Yeah, so those socratic questioning, you know, I'm a big fan of the republic. I reread the republic every few years. And there's some great examples. I mean, just of a socratic attitude, you know, an amino has some stuff with a slave boy and math. And you just can't go wrong reading those classic texts. And then, you know, a lot of people, if you want more Nick Smith from, again, from Lewis and Clark is written some great stuff about that flask is to big guy. I've written a lot of I don't even know how many reviewed articles. If you go to my Google scholar page, you can see that. And so I've tied, for example, in a piece of philosophy education. I've tied the socratic method to critical thinking skills. Improve your critical thinking. And there's just a lot of stuff that's been written. But I would definitely start which they're going to do with the university of Austin as well as primary source texts, primary texts. And then once you kind of get your feel for those, it's kind of like a great books approach, if you will. Then I would read this secondary or tertiary material. Yeah. So the republic is what you'd suggest to start with? Is that what you mean about?.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:33 min | 5 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Viking? I only wrote half of it. But doctor lyell spells his name differently. It's L IL E, he is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill, which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the day. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. So somebody had sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the chef says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meat kill it. Meatloaf are you for killing? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving heartbeat. Listen to the heartbeat, are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks gestation. So but how does it work? It works by blocking a very important hormone called progesterone. And when you have big words, you break them down. You're an author. You break down big words so you can understand them. Progesterone. It stands for pro gestational steroid hormone. This is the hormone that says, congratulations were pregnant. We got a new full-time job. We're going to send nutrition debt and we're going to increase blood supply. We're going to stop contractions and we're going to allow the uterus. Miracle of evolution, folks. Isn't it amazing? How random processes? Okay, go ahead. So this hormone blocks this hormone called progesterone when somebody takes the RU 46 with which essentially starves the pregnancy. It withdraws all the support and withdrawal supports for the pregnancy. And then a day, two days later, you take another medication called side attack, which causes contractions. And that expels the pregnancy. Well, just like we have Narcan, which can reverse the effect safely for somebody who's overdose on narcotic. In fact, our cops carry Narcan. Airlines carry Narcan. Our canine cops carry Narcan because if their dog is sniffing luggage and it has fentanyl in it, the dogs can overdose on the Narcan on the fentanyl. So we have Narcan available all over the place. It's safely reverses the effect of a narcotic. If a patient shows up in our emergency room, we have a moral and legal obligation. They made a bad decision. We don't just say, hey, you made a bad decision. You're gonna die. No, we give them Narcan. When we have a patient who takes the abortion pill and I've had lots of patients who have had regrets, sometimes immediately, I've received calls from the parking lot of the abortion clinic said I've made a bad call. I did the wrong thing. Is there anything that I can do to reverse the effect? It's like, yes, you took a medication which blocks the hormone progesterone. Progesterone levels were going up. Now they're going down. What do we do? We just supplement the progesterone. In fact, this is not a medication that's on the shelf in the pharmacy that nobody ever uses. We use this in all routine obstetrics. We use this every day. We use this to prevent preterm labor. I just had a patient that delivered triplets. The only medication she took to prevent preterm labor was this progesterone. She took it every day. She got far enough along babies are doing great. We also use this when moms have recurrent miscarriages where she got pregnant. She had a miscarriage. She got pregnant. She had a miscarriage. We supplement with progesterone. In vitro fertilization, when they're transferring these babies to the womb of the mother, mom's body wasn't expecting to have a pregnancy transferred. So it doesn't have progesterone. So until the placenta starts to produce progesterone, we give these moms the exact same medication. So if you were to ask any doctor, I have these progesterone levels on this mom. It was going up and now it's going down. How do I keep her from miscarrying? They would say, well, give her prometrium. Give her my progesterone. Doesn't matter if her body isn't producing enough progesterone or if she took a medication, which is lowering the progesterone levels. So we supplement them with progesterone. So how long if somebody takes this are you four 86 pill, how long after taking that could reversing it still happen? Sure. Sooner is better than later. Within the first 24 hours, very successful. We're really not successful once we get to about 72 hours after they take the medication. And we're really not successful if they've taken the second round of medications which caused the contractions. The medication that causes a contraction is called site attack. If I'm inducing a term mom who has an 8 pound baby, I give her 25 micrograms of this medication called side attack to get her to contract. How much medication is given to abort the baby on the inside? Not 25 micrograms, 800 micrograms. We're gonna hold it there forgive me. This is heavy stuff. Folks, I'm talking to doctor Lyle, LI LE pro life Doc dot org.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"One of them because we understand that this is a scourge. This is an abomination. This is a terrible thing. And that abortion is the enemy of women. It's not their friend. They're enemy. It hurts them, but we hear these lies over and over and over again. And it's one of the reasons I wanted to do one, just so people can hear the human side of this. You're treating people who happen not yet to be born. I don't know, what do you, as the head of pro life Doc dot org? What else is it that you guys do? Because obviously you're a doctor doctor. That's the main thing you do, but what do you do with the organization? Well, we're also very active in abortion pill reversal. Before the pandemic, though, about 39% of all of the abortions in the United States were performed with the abortion pill. Now we have evidence that it's over 50%. And why is there such growth? Well, number one, we've had a federal judge said that it's an undue burden for a woman to have to go to a medical practice in order to get access to the abortion pill. So it's available with a telemedicine visit shipped to your home. But the real key is, do we have antidotes when people make a wrong decision? Sure. We look at narcotics. We had over 92,000 people die of overdoses just last year. And we have an amazing medication called Narcan, where if somebody has made a bad decision, we can safely reverse we're going to leave this as a cliffhanger folks. I know you're not going any place. We'll be right back with doctor Lyle. Do not go away. This is vital stuff. Desperado why hey, folks, aircraft taxes here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes increased regulations and skyrocket and.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:49 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Either folks, I'm talking to doctor William Lyle. He's the head of pro life, Doc dot org. You are just sharing the details of, I mean, it's fascinating to learn about this for me to learn about this. So this idea that progesterone does two things. You said it's helping feed the baby and it's helping prevent contractions so that the baby doesn't leave the mother's womb too early. So you said that if somebody takes this abortion pill, are you four 86? After that, at some point, they take another pill to induce contractions so that the baby which has ostensibly been killed can now be expelled. Is the baby always dead by the point of taking the second pill? No, because we know that if people just take that medication, the side attack, it will cause contractions. And they can abort without the baby actually being dead. And the baby is very tiny, but the baby is still creating the image of God and had a heartbeat. When they take that second medication, and it causes the contractions, we really can not reverse that effect. So everything that's good about the pregnancy as far as supporting it is because of progesterone. When a medication is taken that lowers the level of progesterone, that's all the bad stuff happens. But the other reason that this is not healthcare is that the number one pregnancy related killer of pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy is still a ruptured ectopic or tubal pregnancy. How do you know when a woman is pregnant if the pregnancy is in the uterus or if it's maybe in the tube? The only way is with an ultrasound. When a federal judge says, you know what? Going to the abortion clinic is an undue burden. Women are being denied an ultrasound. They don't know where the pregnancy is. One in a hundred pregnancies are going to be an ectopic a tubal pregnancy. So if a woman takes the abortion pill and she gets it mail order and she never had an ultrasound, she is told, she's going to have bleeding, cramping, and pain. And that's going to be a boarding the baby. As opposed to if it happens to me that one in a hundred words and ectopic or tubal pregnancy, those symptoms are so different, they are bleeding cramping and pain. How is a woman supposed to know the difference between the bleeding cramping and pain of a tubal pregnancy or the bleeding cramping and pain of the abortion pill? She can't. So this is not about healthcare. This is about killing the baby in the womb. The baby that we treat as patients and a patient is a person no matter how small. It's also about telling the mother one in a hundred I mean, that's pretty dramatic that they're willing to say, well, yeah, we're going to lose some mothers, but this is such a political, hot potato. So what if we lose some mothers? We'll sweep it under the rug because we have to have this evidently that's where they're thinking. That's their logic. Yeah, the mothers can definitely be harmed with this procedure of doing this in before the abortion pill is available whenever somebody presented with a positive pregnancy test. That was your first goal. Where is the pregnancy? We want a healthy mom, and we want a healthy baby. It's amazing that we will have more emphasis on defending wildlife than we do the baby on the end. I mean, even here at Pensacola beach, spring we have the turtles that come and they lay their eggs. And every time a turtle nest is laid, they put three fences around this turtle nest. And then they put up these big yellow signs, and they say, do not disturb sea turtles. And you can if you just disturb these pre born sea turtles, you can face a $100,000 fine or spend one year in jail. Yet you can drive three miles over the bridge to Pensacola, and now we have an abortion clinic which will bore a baby up the 24 weeks gestation. So how is it that we're protecting the a pre born turtles over on the beach, but we're not protecting the pre born babies that we treat as patients. The irony is where does all this protection for these turtle eggs come from? It's actually state law and it's the U.S. endangered species act. Federal law. The irony, though, is when was the U.S. endangered species act passed? 1973. So on one side of D.C., you've got Congress passed in the U.S. endangered species act saying, we're going to protect sea turtles that haven't been born yet. Yet over on the other side of D.C. at the U.S. Supreme Court, we're not given that same level of protection to the preborn babies. And why do I use pre born? I use preborn rather than unborn because words matter. You're an author, words, matter. Use the term preborn. Why? Because before you send your child to school, where do you send them before they go to school? You send them to preschool. Why? Because the normal expectation from preschool is that they go to school. Before you watch the ball game, you watch the pregame show because the normal expectation is next comes the game. We don't send our kids to. We don't watch the game show. The normal expectation is you want to go to preschool then you go to school. Normal expectation is pre born and then the normal process is to be born. So words matter, we use the term pre born, unborn just means at that moment in time they're not born, but it doesn't give any indication of what the normal expectation is for this baby in the womb. We were all pre born. Every single one of us. And, you know, to act as though that's not true. It's funny because really what we're asking people to do oftentimes is simply to be logical simply to follow the actual science and they have reasons they don't want to. And it's fascinating how people choose when they want to be logical and rational. And when they want to follow what science says. And when they say, I don't want to do that. So this is exactly that kind of an issue. I've talked many times about how the more in my new book I talk about how science points more and more to God. There's no question about it. But it's also true with medical science in this specifically that it is helping us more and more to see the humanity of the pre born child. I mean, when you talk about some of this stuff, it's one of the reasons I wanted to do on here is that it just makes it so clear, you know, there's all kinds of people listening to this program. They're not sure what they think, and I just want to say, hey, folks. Make your own decision. Listen to what we're talking about and you tell me does it seem like nothing or does it seem like, you know, I was once that kind of a nothing. And every single one of my genes, the DNA, it's all set, the color of my eyes. Look at everything. And we act like, well, I'm not really not really science says yes, really, really, really, and we're getting from folks like you and more and more information, folks so we'll be right back talking to doctor Lyle, William Lyle, he's with pro life, Doc dot org..

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to doctor William Lyle. He's the head of pro life, Doc dot org. You are just sharing the details of, I mean, it's fascinating to learn about this for me to learn about this. So this idea that progesterone does two things. You said it's helping feed the baby and it's helping prevent contractions so that the baby doesn't leave the mother's womb too early. So you said that if somebody takes this abortion pill, are you four 86? After that, at some point, they take another pill to induce contractions so that the baby which has ostensibly been killed can now be expelled. Is the baby always dead by the point of taking the second pill? No, because we know that if people just take that medication, the side attack, it will cause contractions. And they can abort without the baby actually being dead. And the baby is very tiny, but the baby is still creating the image of God and had a heartbeat. When they take that second medication, and it causes the contractions, we really can not reverse that effect. So everything that's good about the pregnancy as far as supporting it is because of progesterone. When a medication is taken that lowers the level of progesterone, that's all the bad stuff happens. But the other reason that this is not healthcare is that the number one pregnancy related killer of pregnant women in the first trimester of pregnancy is still a ruptured ectopic or tubal pregnancy. How do you know when a woman is pregnant if the pregnancy is in the uterus or if it's maybe in the tube? The only way is with an ultrasound. When a federal judge says, you know what? Going to the abortion clinic is an undue burden. Women are being denied an ultrasound. They don't know where the pregnancy is. One in a hundred pregnancies are going to be an ectopic a tubal pregnancy. So if a woman takes the abortion pill and she gets it mail order and she never had an ultrasound, she is told, she's going to have bleeding, cramping, and pain. And that's going to be a boarding the baby. As opposed to if it happens to me that one in a hundred words and ectopic or tubal pregnancy, those symptoms are so different, they are bleeding cramping and pain. How is a woman supposed to know the difference between the bleeding cramping and pain of a tubal pregnancy or the bleeding cramping and pain of the abortion pill? She can't. So this is not about healthcare. This is about killing the baby in the womb. The baby that we treat as patients and a patient is a person no matter how

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Doctor Lyle spells his name differently. It's L ile. He is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the night. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. Okay. So somebody has sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the Shep says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meatball kill it, meatloaf. Are you forbidding? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving, heartbeat, listen to the heartbeat. Are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks gestation. So but how does it work? It works by blocking a very important hormone called progesterone. And when you have big words, you break them down. You're an author. You break down big words so you can understand them. Progesterone. It stands for pro gestational steroid hormone. This is the hormone that says, congratulations were pregnant. We got a new full-time job. We're going to send nutrition debt and we're going to increase blood supply. We're going to stop contractions and we're going to allow the uterus. Miracle of evolution folks. Isn't it amazing how random processes it's kind of, yeah, okay, go ahead. So this hormone blocks this hormone called progesterone. When somebody takes the RU 46 with which essentially starves the pregnancy, it withdraws all the support and it's withdrawal support for the pregnancy. And then a day, two days later, you take another medication called side attack, which causes contractions. And that expels the pregnancy. Well, just like we have Narcan, which can reverse the effect safely for somebody whose overdose on narcotic. In fact, our cops carry Narcan. Airlines carry Narcan. Arcana cops carrying Narcan because if their dog is sniffing luggage and it has fentanyl in it, the dogs can overdose on the Narcan on the fentanyl. So we have Narcan it's available all over the place. It's safely reverses the effect of a narcotic. If a patient shows up in our emergency room, we have a moral and legal obligation. They made a bad decision. We don't just say, hey, you made a bad decision. You're gonna die. No, we give them Narcan. When we have a patient who takes the abortion pill and I've had lots of patients who have had regrets, sometimes immediately, I've received calls from the parking lot of the abortion clinic said I'd made a bad call. I did the wrong thing. Is there anything that I can do to reverse the effect? It's like, yes. You took a medication which blocks the hormone progesterone. Progesterone levels were going up. Now they're going down. What do we do? We just supplement the progesterone. In fact, this is not a medication that's on the shelf in the pharmacy that nobody ever uses. We use this in all routine obstetrics. We use this every day. We use this to prevent preterm labor. I just had a patient that delivered triplets. The only medication she took to prevent preterm labor was this progesterone. She took it every day. She got far enough along babies are doing great. We also use this when moms have recurrent miscarriages where she got pregnant. She had a miscarriage. She got pregnant. She had a miscarriage. We supplement with progesterone. In vitro fertilization, when they're transferring these babies to the womb of the mother, mom's body wasn't expecting to have a pregnancy transferred. So it doesn't have progesterone. So until the placenta starts to produce progesterone, we give these moms the exact same medication. So if you were to ask any doctor, I have these progesterone levels on this mom. It was going up and now it's going down. How do I keep her from miscarrying? They would say, well, give her prometrium, give her micronized progesterone. Doesn't matter if her body isn't producing enough progesterone or if she took a medication, which is lowering the progesterone levels. So we supplement them with progesterone. So how long if somebody takes this are you four 86 pill, how long after taking that could reversing it still happen? Sure. Sooner is better than later. Within the first 24 hours, very successful. We're really not successful once we get to about 72 hours after they take the medication. And we're really not successful if they've taken the second round of medications which caused the contractions. The medication that causes a contraction is called side attack. If I'm inducing a term mom who has an 8 pound baby, I give her 25 micrograms of this medication called cytotec to get her to contract. How much medication is given to abort the baby on the inside, not 25 micrograms, 800 micrograms. We're gonna hold it there forgive me. This is heavy stuff, folks. I'm talking to doctor Lyle LE pro life Doc dot org will be right back..

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, I'm talking to doctor Lyle. You remember I wrote a veggie tale episode lyla kindly Viking. I only wrote half of it. But doctor Lyle spells his name differently. It's L ile. He is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the night. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. Okay. So somebody has sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the Shep says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meatball kill it, meatloaf. Are you forbidding? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving, heartbeat, listen to the heartbeat. Are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks

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The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 6 months ago

The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

"Folks, I'm talking to doctor Lyle. You remember I wrote a veggie tale episode lyla kindly Viking. I only wrote half of it. But doctor Lyle spells his name differently. It's L ile. He is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the night. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. Okay. So somebody has sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the Shep says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meatball kill it, meatloaf. Are you forbidding? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving, heartbeat, listen to the heartbeat. Are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Doctor Lyle, I knew when we met that I wanted my audience to hear you because it's so rare that we hear from a Doctor Who works in this world. You know this world. You know that these are children. And they're not something else. I know that there's a lot going on right now with heartbeat laws. I was just in Texas and I met the state senator who wrote the heartbeat law and very clever from a legal point of view. Their heroes. And it's like we've got a thousand Wilbur forces working and you're one of them, he's one of them, because we understand that this is a scourge. This is an abomination. This is a terrible thing. And that abortion is the enemy of women. It's not their friend. They're going to me. It hurts them, but we hear these lies over and over and over again. And it's one of the reasons I wanted to do one just so people can hear the human side of this. You're treating people who happen not yet to be born. You know, I don't know, what do you, as the head of pro life Doc dot org? What else is it that you guys do? Because obviously, you know, you're a doctor doctor. That's the main thing you do, but what do you do with the organization? Well, we're also very active in abortion pill reversal. Before the pandemic, though, about 39% of all of the abortions in the United States were performed with the abortion pill. Now we have evidence that it's over 50%. And why is there such growth? Well, number one, we've had a federal judge said that it's an undue burden for a woman to have to go to a medical practice in order to get access to the abortion pill. So it's available with a telemedicine visit shipped to your home. But the real key is, do we have antidotes when people make a wrong decision? Sure. We look at narcotics. We had over 92,000 people die of overdoses just last year. And we have an amazing medication called Narcan, where if somebody has made a bad decision, we can safely reverse. This is we're going to leave this as a cliffhanger folks. I know you're not going anyplace. We'll be right back with.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Doctor Lyle, your organization and meeting you. I mean, it really affected me because I just thought you're in this world. You're in these trenches. So you take over this practice, you decide to end abortions in that area. I mean, has anyone ever thought of that before to go into an area and take over a place that does something like this? I've never heard of this as it seems like a brilliant strategy. Yeah, I mean, money, money has power money talks. I mean, there have been abortion clinics, which have actually been purchased by pregnancy resource centers there. You know, it's an active movement where you can just go in and take control. And that's what we do as far as education, as far as how we treat the pre born as patients. I mean, a lot of people don't realize that the mom even though she's an amazing life support system. Babies not part of her body. It's not her body. One of the things that we do, which is absolutely amazing is we can actually do blood transfusions directly to the baby. And we've done this at our hospital as early as 18 weeks gestation. It's like, well, why would you need to give a baby a blood transfusion? Because the mom sees the baby as a different person. And mom will actually send antibodies across the placenta attack the baby's blood because it's a different blood type and the baby's blood count will start to drop. And it can drop to the point where the baby will die on the inside unless we give the baby a blood transfusion. It's like, well, where do you get special baby blood? It's not special baby blood. That's just donating. Yeah. It's just donated at the Red Cross or one blood and we can take an ultrasound guy to go through the skin of the mom's belly through the wall of the uterus directly to the umbilical cord and just give the baby a lifesaving blood transfusion at 18 some weeks, you said? 18 weeks. When we've done that here at my hospital, but it's not just blood transfusions. We are now doing heart surgery at centers around the country at 22 weeks gestation. All right, this is where I mean, really, this is why I wanted you want to hear. This is unbelievable. That science has gotten to a level medical science where you can do heart surgery on a 22 year old 22 week old child in its mother's

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Dr. William Lile Uses Modern Obstetrics to Support the Personhood of Pre-Born Babies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 6 months ago

Dr. William Lile Uses Modern Obstetrics to Support the Personhood of Pre-Born Babies

"Doctor Lyle, your organization and meeting you. I mean, it really affected me because I just thought you're in this world. You're in these trenches. So you take over this practice, you decide to end abortions in that area. I mean, has anyone ever thought of that before to go into an area and take over a place that does something like this? I've never heard of this as it seems like a brilliant strategy. Yeah, I mean, money, money has power money talks. I mean, there have been abortion clinics, which have actually been purchased by pregnancy resource centers there. You know, it's an active movement where you can just go in and take control. And that's what we do as far as education, as far as how we treat the pre born as patients. I mean, a lot of people don't realize that the mom even though she's an amazing life support system. Babies not part of her body. It's not her body. One of the things that we do, which is absolutely amazing is we can actually do blood transfusions directly to the baby. And we've done this at our hospital as early as 18 weeks gestation. It's like, well, why would you need to give a baby a blood transfusion? Because the mom sees the baby as a different person. And mom will actually send antibodies across the placenta attack the baby's blood because it's a different blood type and the baby's blood count will start to drop. And it can drop to the point where the baby will die on the inside unless we give the baby a blood transfusion. It's like, well, where do you get special baby blood? It's not special baby blood. That's just donating. Yeah. It's just donated at the Red Cross or one blood and we can take an ultrasound guy to go through the skin of the mom's belly through the wall of the uterus directly to the umbilical cord and just give the baby a lifesaving blood transfusion at 18 some weeks, you said? 18 weeks. When we've done that here at my hospital, but it's not just blood transfusions. We are now doing heart surgery at centers around the country at 22 weeks gestation. All right, this is where I mean, really, this is why I wanted you want to hear. This is unbelievable. That science has gotten to a level medical science where you can do heart surgery on a 22 year old 22 week old child in its mother's

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on Switch4Good

"You know I finally got sober. I think my fourth, really ernest sincere attempts, and a big part of why I was able to finally get it off the ground. was that I had relapsed enough times that I had learned okay this I. Really can't just have one like I really can't. Mrs Getting harder every time, and therefore the cost of drinking is actually higher than I thought it was. That's what relapsing taught me. In the same thing happened with sued to some degree where it used to be. If I would go off the wagon with food, ibn be in an airport or something. I would just totally go down the rabbit hole. Go crazy, and it's like Oh, free past! Eat whatever I want and I've done that enough times and I've paid the price where. Where you wake up the next day, just feeling like crap, physically feeling really terrible about yourself paying that cost and self esteem, all of those things up to a updating my inference about what is the real cost of that relapse? relatives of benefit that I. Get from that Super Normal food, and so my my analysis of that has just gotten more. More and more fine tuned to the point where now the motivations relapse is very low like it's, it's just it's like now. I kind of know the score here and so I'm less likely to do it or if I do it, it's a much like I'll have a couple of slices of vegan pizza or whatever it is, that is sort of. Of something off clan, but it's not the same kind of craziness that it used to be, and then on the other side of the equation to I have the self efficacy to know that I have clawed my way back before so no matter how deep in the pleasure trap I've gotten myself I tell my clients. There's a phrase that I. I use which is like it's four days to freedom, so if you can get compliant and you can get your diet clean. It's going to vary for people, but the average is probably about four days where it's like really that's ninety five percent of the way out. You're still going to have a little bit of a of an attraction to the super. Super Normal food, but if it's out of your environment, and you've been doing really well, you've you've essentially what you've done is you've gotten out of acute withdrawal? And then you've also started stoking the self esteem mechanism, which is really just pride, esteem is really that's. It's just another word for pride. It's being proud of your own efforts and so by day. Day for you wake up and you're like man. I've got this like I'm back on track like I. Don't even know what I was doing for days ago. Like everything is going the right direction now and that that restores the self efficacy, but when you're in the middle of a relapse, it doesn't feel like that's true at all. It feels like you're. You're just you've lost control and you're never gonna get it back so knowing because I've done it so many times I have the knowledge like however abstract in the middle of relapse like I know, it's four days to freedom, if I can just get to today to and then today three. It's really that one day at a time. Thinking that kicks in. So relapses a gift in in that sense where without that I wouldn't have been as calibrated am to knowing that I am able to get out of it I know my patterns I, know how I respond I. Know How long it takes, and everybody's going to have their own variation, but it's going to be the same general process. I would love to talk about the difference, or how important is to focus more on process versus outcome fray, and obviously in relation to food, but just in life as A. As an athlete It was critical that I stayed presence to in order for the outcome to be successful. And on the ESPN like ten doc. That's going on right now, or it's been out for a bit about Michael Jordan in the last dance. He's very specific in sharing Matt in I think it's like the ninth episode or something where he just has this unbelievably unique ability to only focus on what's happening now. Ever focus on a shot going wrong that you haven't taken yet. Why would that ever? But that's what so many people do right? And I, sort of struggle that fourth as an athlete like worry and concern and fear about how the outcome might go that I haven't even ever raced yet, but I had learnt really have success. It's just right here and then the next moment were just right here. Why is it so important to focus on the process for the actual outcome to be? Be Successful though the process. We are not evolutionary. Very attuned process were attuned to outcome, because outcome is where rubber hits the road with evolution. It's like whether they want to mate with us whether they want to hire us whether they want to be our friends. These are the sort of competitive. Sang's constantly advertising ourselves in our Jeanne quality to try to secure, so we're very outcome oriented. That is the main. That's the thing that generates the biggest feelings of success or failure. Is outcome oriented? Behavior and process, so we have to really work. We have to beat. Our genes is why we call the PODCAST. Beat your gene one of the many reasons that we do you have to shift your attention to the process because the process. If you're doing a fundamental tasks that are invariably going to take you to the successful outcome, you're getting little daily dose of feedback. That's going to keep you on track over time rather than the. The sort of like you're going to do really really well for three days. And then you're gonNA. Fall off the off the wagon, and then you're gonNA give up. You'RE GONNA to toss over the table. You'RE GONNA. Say Screw it. It's not worth it I'll start Monday. But if you're in the process, and you're really attuned to the the daily feedback that you get that. Hey, you know what? It wasn't a perfect day that I did. Did do all of the things that I know if I keep doing them every day for six months I will lose weight so whether whether weight loss's your goal, or whether it's anything else in life so I did this even when I was reading my PhD dissertation, it wasn't about am I done with that chapter yet. Because that chapter was a very intimidating thing where I got into wet doctor, lyle and I called the ego trap..

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We I think doctor who follows actually suggested to us from another physician at children's inn and he actually got in contact with me and then we arranged for him to become a donor convalescent plasma which she did last Monday and he was the first one our first individual that we collected who was the patient and dalit donor but there are some guidelines about what you can donate and you have to have a diagnostic test and you have to be a systematic fourteen days and then have a negative I'm doctor Lyle said that or you could have a diagnostic and wait twenty eight days Holly H. symptomatic and then be a dollar so it's probably somewhere between three and six weeks that individuals are out there that are really good to being a donor and having a very adequate antibodies present in their blood and you do the test you did a test on him to make sure that the antibodies were present actually we do not have a test and look good earlier there are very few tests available to recollect sample and we will be doing the testing branch of that to me so that the doctors caring for the patient no actually given any investigators reported research from now exactly how much you have a body was found in the product and give and Jerry the last question before we go to break how how if any of our listeners know that they have recovered from covert nineteen and want to be a a plasma donor I'm with how would they contact you okay the best way to do it on one of the best ways is just a suggestion knowledge of a patient who was recovered for the position the contact a donor and we have sent out an email to all physicians in the community outlining exactly what they need to do a very simple process and gathering the data I just had an stating that the patient is asymptomatic and then I can email I do it and we get a very nice if it's not individual community personal Vaclav buyers they can dial.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We I think doctor who flowers actually suggested to us from another position that children do not he actually got in contact with me and then we arranged for him to become a donor convalescent plasma which she did last Monday and he was the first one our first individual that we collected who was the patient in Dallas owner but there are some advice about what you can donate and you have to have a diagnostic test and you have to be a symptomatic of fourteen days and then have a negative and doctor Lyle said that or you could have a diagnostic and wait twenty eight days Holly H. symptomatic and then be a dollar so it's probably somewhere between three and six weeks that individuals are out there that are really good to being a donor and having a very adequate antibodies present in their blood and you did a test you did a test on him to make sure that the antibodies were present actually we do not have a chance to answer that earlier there are very few they'll call it we collect sample and we will be doing the testing branch of that community so that the doctors caring for the patient no actually given any investigators reported research amount exactly how much you have a body was found in the product and give Jerry the last question before we go to break how how if any of our listeners know that they have recovered from covert nineteen and one of the eight plasma donor I'm with how would they contact you okay the best way to do it on one of the best ways is just a suggestion we don't have a patient who was recovered for the position the contact the donor and we have sent out an email to all physicians in the community outlining exactly what they need to do a very simple process of gathering the data I just add in stating that the patient is asymptomatic American email I do it and we gave a very not if it's not individual community personal Vaclav buyers.

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"doctor lyle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five optimal tax relief from an actual class restrictions apply for complete details we set up an attack really dot com welcome back to about night seven hundred W. L. W. next week the holy grail of all holidays in America in my humble opinion thanksgiving is the ultimate is the creme de la creme of great holidays it's a fully American holiday you know do you don't celebrate thanksgiving with pilgrims and Indians any other part of the world no no no no no thanksgiving is truly an all American hold time to get together with family and friends and enjoy the brownies and be grateful for all the things that we have including each other not always the case in a lot of people's lives joining us doctor Joseph Lau a co author of the new book resistance in believe change does PhD in the field of cognitive development I'm sorry doctor Lyle how are you yeah I I'm I'm wonderful how are you good I did I did I did make a mistake that I I think it's reasonable to believe change distance to believe change yes okay of HD in the field of cognitive cognitive development from tech teachers college Columbia University adjunct associate professor of psychology and education at teachers college in a full time senior lecturer at Hunter College in the city university of New York and elsewhere doctor Lau has taught undergraduate graduate courses in experimental psychology human development learning at cognitive development.

"doctor lyle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"doctor lyle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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