It might be a few weeks, or a few months. Maybe even a few years. But that night-after-night waking is going to get to you.
We need to talk about periods, mama. Your menstrual cycle isn’t just a meaningless scourge brought upon you once per month. It’s a hugely important indicator of your overall health.
Everywhere you look, someone is trying to sell you a powder, a “belly wrap,” a fat loss program or a diet. Welcome to motherhood.
You’ve had the baby. You’ve got the jogging stroller. You’ve been cleared by your OB-GYN to “return to exercise.” So you should start running, right? Not so fast.
Sore. Stressed. Stiff. Sounds like motherhood, doesn’t it? Well, it doesn’t have to.
Plantar fasciitis is one of the most dreaded pregnancy and postpartum maladies. It’s painful and persistent, but it is treatable.
You’ve got your birth plan all laid out. Awesome music, no medication, your trusted doula. Then the big day comes and despite all your prep, planning and positive imagery, you’re whisked to the operating room for a cesarean section before you can even wrap your head around it.