Third degree perineal tear
Q&A: I am really in need of some ladies positive stories about how they healed and recovered after 3rd degree perineum tears?
Surviving the post birth period
Ideas for surviving postpartum through the challenges and high expectations we put on ourselves as parents. Such as learn to say no to avoid over committing
Experiences with abdominal separation
Q&A: Wondering if anyone has had any experience with abdominal separation? I gave birth 9 weeks ago and wanted to know how long it took for them to go back together?
Your baby in the fourth trimester
The 4th Trimester is the name given to the first three months of a new baby’s life. It refers to the idea that in many ways a newborn human baby is not ready for the world. Thinking of a new baby still as a foetus and treating them as such, has it’s benefits.
Why Good Posture is important Pre and Post Pregnancy
Lorraine from Pregnancy Exercise explains how to assess your posture and what poor posture can indicate, especially after pregnancy.
Diastasis recti exercises (what you need to know before falling pregnant again)
Are you planning to have another baby this year? Have you got your Pre Pregnancy shape back from your last pregnancy? If you still have your post baby tummy then your stomach muscles may have not healed from your previous pregnancy. This means you could possibly have a diastasis. And you need to act now.
Good Posture during Feeding Baby
Lorraine from PregnancyExercise gives us some pointers on preventing the dreaded neck and back pain when feeding our bubs.
Post Birth Recovery: Tips and Advice
Lorraine from Pregnancyexercise.co.nz provides a day-by-day explanation of how to give your body the best start to recovering and getting back to ‘normal’ after giving birth.
Postpartum Doulas – What do they do?
Have you ever heard of a postpartum Doula? Samantha Birch explains exactly what they do and how they could benefit you.
Post Pregnancy Exercise: R.E.S.T.
The key to post pregnancy exercise is REST: Relax, Exercise, Sleep, Time for Mum.