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Post-Pregnancy Health

Taking care of a newborn can be an all-consuming task. With erratic sleep schedules, constant feedings, and more diaper changes than you can count, it can feel like you don't have a moment to spare for yourself. However, it remains as important now as it was during your pregnancy to maintain your own health. Your new addition needs you to be feeling your best.

Post Pregnancy Health - Baby
How to Be a Mom and Still Feel Sexy

It's hard to feel sexy after having a baby. You're tired, sore, and most likely leaking fluids for many hours out of the day. I remember that ...
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Birth Control: What Are Your Options?

Lately, birth control options just seem to be getting more and more diverse. Each method has its own pros and cons, and choosing which type is ...
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4 Ways to Ease Postpartum Uterine Contractions

Postpartum uterine contractions occur in the days after your child is born and range in pain levels from menstrual cramps to labor contractions. ...
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4 Degrees of Perineal Tears (Plus 4 Things You’ll Need!)

Perineal, or vaginal tears, occur during a vaginal childbirth. Childbirth, if you think about it, is a pretty traumatizing ordeal for your peri ...
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5 Scents That Heal

By Sharon Liao for Sniffle Solutions The secret to better sleep, more energy and fewer cold symptoms may be right beneath your nose: A growing ...
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5 Ways New Moms Can Get Sleep

By Maureen Healy for Baby + You Everyone warns you, but there’s no way to know what sleep deprivation truly feels like until you have your ...
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