Tag Post-partum

Popular Blogger, MissPetite, Confirms Marriage Crash After Suffering Post Partum Depression

Nigerian blogger Emeh Achanga of Misspetite, has confirmed that her 2-year-old marriage has indeed crashed. The mother of one gave details of how her marriage eventually crashed in the early part of 2017 following her post partum depression which made her suicidal. According to

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5 Ways To Feel Good In Your Post-baby Body

Mark Wealth We’re here for those moms who don’t feel so good about how they look. Well, here are some ways to get some of that divalicious swag back with your post-baby body. 1. Focus on shedding weight Take a

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How to Care For Your Veejay after an Episiotomy (Part One)

Mark Wealth An Episiotomy is a small incision made on the Vagina opening so that a baby can conveniently pass through during delivery. Convenient for the baby at the mother’s expense though, the incision is stitched right after the baby

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Dear MIMsters: I want to eat my cake and have it but I need your help.

I breastfed my baby for over a year after which my breasts have never been the same again. It is not like they are completely fallen but they are not the way they use to be. The thing is it

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The First Postpartum Poop:  5 Things You Need to Know

Your first postpartum poop can be very trying and scary. The good news though, is that it doesn’t last for so long. Similar to pregnancy constipation, there are many things you can do to help ease or fully dispel the troubles.

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6 Things to Expect At Your First Postpartum Hospital Visit

After the birth of your baby, everything will happen so fast. Based on experience with mothers at the scheduled 6 week postpartum checkup, Dr. Daniel Roshan, board-certified OB/GYN and high-risk maternal-fetal medicine doctor, tells us what you can expect to discuss and

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5 Post-partum Body Changes You Shouldn’t Ignore

Whether you had a C-section or vaginal delivery, you’ll likely feel pretty darn shaky for a few days or weeks after baby’s birth. You’ll notice some changes in your body. You might lose your hair. You could grapple with issues

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