postpartum

The Pelvic Floor Postpartum: Reintegrating the Power Center Post-Birth

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The pelvic floor is the foundation of our bodies, both physically and energetically.  Pregnancy and delivery greatly impact this area, and that impact is unique to each individual. However regardless of personal symptoms or delivery experience, a reconnection to the pelvic floor postpartum is crucial to regaining balance, optimizing function and creating stability both physically […]

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10 Things to Know about Postpartum Depression + Anxiety

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The most common complication of pregnancy is under-diagnosed and under treated. “Just under 4 million women will give birth in the United States this year (2017).*  Of that number of new mothers, nearly 20 percent, will experience some degree of postpartum depression.  “This depression is the most common complication of pregnancy. Yet many new mothers […]

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Interview with Millennial Baby-Gadget Guru: Chelsea Hirschhorn

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Fridababy is pioneering the way millennial moms take care of themselves and their children and is also revolutionizing postpartum care – in an industry that has remarkably remained stagnant in innovation for decades. Fridababy’s President Chelsea Hirschhorn, was recently named one of the top millennial moms by Parent’s magazine, innovative and forward thinking, she has also been called the “Baby-Gadget Guru.” We caught […]

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Owning Your New Baby Body

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I loved being pregnant, rocked tight dresses with confidence, felt beautiful without any make up and was just constantly in awe of what my body could do. Then I had my baby, and everything changed. My three-day labor left me drained and unable to fully connect with my son. My complete confusion about taking care […]

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Dr. Priya Agrawal on Maternal Mortality

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Maternal mortality is a difficult subject to discuss. There is no polite way to address it. As we close out Mother’s Month it’s important we address that maternal mortality rates in some areas of the US are higher than in sub Saharan Africa. 50% of maternal mortality cases are preventable. This is a human rights […]

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