Birth

3 Great Tips To Help You Lose That Mummy-Tummy

Separation of the abdominal muscles is a common condition after pregnancy. It’s a natural part of pregnancy to allow for your growing uterus and baby. But in 2 out of 3 women, that lower belly pouch can be hard to shift. Physiotherapy and nutrition have been proven to help mummies tighten their tummies. And great…

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6 Specific Exercises Every Mother Must Practice After Perineal Tearing

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7 Startling Secrets No-One Tells You about Motherhood — Part 2

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I’m going to let you in on a few mind-blowing, life-changing secrets about motherhood that no-one is talking about. Why? Because something I share could save your life, it could save your marriage, or at the very least it could save your sanity and self-worth. No-one is talking about these topics because they are, sadly, still taboo.…

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3 Essential Mat Exercises to Manage Your Prolapse

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June is Pelvic Organ Prolapse Awareness Month and I’ve written several blogs this month about the issues mothers face postpartum. I talked about what is normal after birth here and here. And about the secrets of motherhood nobody tells your about here, where I describe what prolapse is and the symptoms of prolapse. It’s Prolapse Awareness Month and I want to…

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7 Startling Secrets No-One Tells You About Motherhood — Part 1

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I’m going to let you in on a few mind-blowing, life-changing secrets about motherhood that no-one is talking about. Why? Because something I share could save your life, it could save your relationship, or at the very least it could save your sanity and self-worth. No-one is talking about these topics because they are, sadly, still taboo. Which is…

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Pregnancy & Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence is a loss of bladder control which results in leaks of urine. This can be stress incontinence which is leaking urine with a cough, sneeze, laugh, exercise (including running, jumping, lifting weights), or even during sex. Or it can be urge incontinence which is a strong overwhelming desire to urinate and losing control…

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What Is Normal After Having A Baby? Part 2

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Last week, we talked about what is normal and common after having a baby. We discussed post-partum vaginal bleeding and discharge, abdominal separation, lactation and the baby blues. This week we’re going to have a look at what is common after birth, but not normal. Prolapse is surprisingly common post-birth affecting about 50% of women.…

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What Is Normal After Having A Baby? Part 1

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New mothers have often enough on their plate looking after their new bub. Worrying about the changes in their body can sometimes become a real focus and cause for concern. Changes in the body are very normal and usually temporary. You need to give your body time to start to feel and look a little…

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