Post Partum & Baby + Recovery + Postpartum Depression + Insufficient Lactation + Fatigue + Mastitis and Blocked Ducts + Constipation and Hemorrhoids + Breastfeeding

Post Partum Depression During the course of a pregnancy you are constantly nurturing your baby with your love, energy (Qi) and nutrition. During the postpartum period you give anything you have left while breastfeeding, figuring out how the diapers work, and oogling over...
Breastfeeding Breastfeeding In order to understand breastfeeding, and to maximize your milk supply, it is helpful to understand the structures of the breast, and the process of how milk is made...
Anemia Anemia Many pregnancy women, particularly those expecting more than one baby are anemic. Anemia occurs if the level of oxygen-carrying hemoglobin in red blood cells falls below normal. It is important to have healthy blood during pregnancy to prevent low...
Insomnia Insomnia Sleeping difficulties are common during pregnancy and lead to fatigue during the day. In early pregnancy low blood sugar levels as a results from hunger and nausea may cause insomnia. As pregnancy progresses many women are unable to relax fully in...
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