What’s Normal (and not) After You Give Birth? When to see your doctor + when to chill

From magic to mayhem: Giving birth to a baby is an experience unlike any other. But as magical as it is, your body might end up feeling like a war zone. (It’s OK to complain a little. Or a lot. We get it.

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Postpartum Depression: How Your Partner Suffers, Too.

Postpartum depression hurts. Your body is tired, your spirit feels lost, your food doesn’t taste good anymore. The world doesn’t seem to be on your side. No one understands, and you feel alone. Your spouse/partner, more than anyone else, is going to feel this pressure.

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Ready for visitors after you've given birth? Here's how to ask them for help without seeming pushy.

If you’re ready for visitors after giving birth you may want to stagger them out so you’re not bombarded one day then hearing crickets the next. The same goes for your Mom and Mother-law – fingers crossed you’re good with them both

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The 5 things Every New Mom needs After Childbirth

If there’s one challenge most moms don’t see coming especially nursing moms – its loneliness. With a newborn at your side you can feel extremely lonely and disconnected from everyone.  Break up the loneliness, schedule and stagger visits from friends and family.

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What's my cervix got to do with it? Everything!!

If you’re already a mom, you know good and well what your cervix is. At least, you’ve heard a lot about it. It’s the part inside you that dilates to push your baby through. During the birth process, many of us get our cervix checked to see how far along we are in labor. The cervix is an amazing part of the female body that makes childbirth possible. We love our cervix! So it makes sense that we want to take care of it, right?

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