There are many birth complications someone giving birth can experience. We’re here to talk about some of them.
A traumatic birth experience can be tough on your mental health. Below we’re going to be taking a look at four recovery tips to help you
Noticing lots of changes in your body? Don’t panic. After the birth of a baby, a mother experiences several hormonal and bodily changes which create confusion and tiredness at the same time. Be it body or skin; everything is in repair mode now. After pregnancy, you may face breakouts, stretch marks, pigmentation, acne, dark under-eye bags, and hair loss, like physical or hormonal issues.
When you have a baby, you have many complex decisions to make around work and childcare and how these things are going to work together. Family finances, how you feel, you baby’s needs, childcare availability and cost, all come into play. The lack of flexibility in the workplace and childcare settings can make this choice even harder, forcing many women to consider remaining at home with their child and/or starting their own business.
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When you find out your friend is expecting, you may be incredibly excited for her. As time goes on, she might ask you to plan her gender reveal, and entrust you with making the gathering a success.
A preterm baby is one delivered before the due nine-month period elapses. Since such babies haven’t completed their developmental process, they’re often prone to health issues. Whilst babies born early can face many challenges, with the right measures and care, your preterm baby can thrive.
It’s hard to put into words the sheer joy of being a mother. Once you finally hold your little one in your arms, it can truly be completely transformative. However, a lot of us are guilty of believing that we can resume our typical routines after giving birth. We tend to forget that pregnancy, labour, and delivery are all serious events from which our bodies must recuperate.