Pregnancy

Taking Care, Management and Recovery from Perineal Tears

The perineum is the area located in between and separating your anus and vagina. During labor or childbirth, the strain of the baby coming out of the birth canal and the inability of the vagina to stretch around it can cause the tearing or laceration of the perineum. This relatively common and painful condition is…

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7 Tips on Managing Mastitis

Breastfeeding is another special time in a woman’s life. Aside from the benefit of continuing to nourish your baby, this is also a great way to bond and connect with each other. However, just like pregnancy, breastfeeding is not always rainbows and butterflies. While some women cannot produce enough milk for their baby, others who…

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5 Exercises Every Woman Must Do After Birth

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The Mum Bum – 5 Tips on How to Get Rid of a Flat Butt

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A Brief Overview about Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence causes your urine to leak whenever pressure is applied on your pelvic floor, especially when your bladder is full. This usually happens during certain physical activity or sudden movements. Stress incontinence is the most common type of incontinence that women, especially those who have given birth in the past, experience and suffer from.…

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Everything you Need to Know About Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is a common type of pelvic disorder that may affect many women. Actually, a third of all women experience prolapse or a similar condition at some point in their lifetime. Want to know more about this condition? Proceed to the sections that follow. What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse? The term prolapse refers…

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How to Provide Nutrition for Mum Brain

Ever heard of pregnancy brain or “momnesia”? It is a common occurrence when pregnant women or new mums experience bouts of forgetfulness. Research shows that while pregnant and during early motherhood, the unusually high hormone levels and new priorities are the primary reasons for mums to experience this.     Dr. Jane Martin, the director…

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Has anyone told you about pelvic pain?

A little something you should know before your third trimester: pelvic pain is a thing (and a common thing at that). Whether it starts as a niggling pain in your hips, or makes sitting (yes, sitting) uncomfortable, pelvic pain is one of those things they forgot to mention in the glowing pregnancy brochures. Add it…

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5 Common Pregnancy Complaints

Pregnancy may be classified as one of the most beautiful and natural events in a woman’s life. However, growing another human being inside your body could also be uncomfortable and difficult. Many struggles during pregnancy revolve around a woman’s changing body and pain related to pelvic health. Here are the five most common pregnancy complaints…

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How Vaginal Tearing During Delivery Affects Returning to Exercise

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