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Sunday Surfin’ – My favorite Pregnancy and Post Partum Links by Sheridan Ripley Patient Expert Posted Sun 20 Mar 2011 5:00pm PREGNANCY Ideas of things to do during pregnancy to help promote bonding after birth Feminism and Birth – what is the deal with that? POSTPARTUM What Moms Need After Birth More Tips for Preparing for the PostPartum time. “They” are always warning us against co- ... Read on »
Sleeping Improves PostPartum Weight Loss by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook Posted Tue 08 Sep 2009 10:38pm We’ve probably all heard our mothers say at one time or another that ever since they gave birth to us they haven’t been able to lose those extra pounds they put on during pregnancy.  Several recent studies have found a direct correlation with inadequate sleep and difficulty losing pregnancy weight.  Sleep deprivation is a common problem n ... Read on »
Fit Pregnancy: Post-Partum Exercise and Dealing With Anxiety by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:01pm 2 Comments Let's be clear: this is not my baby. If it were, there would have been twice as much tape plus a couple of pairs of scissors, some contraband Halloween candy and a spare brother or two caught in there as well. Five Great Things About Having a One-Week-Old Baby 5. The explosion of pink! It's like a Pepto Bismol factory vomited all over m ... Read on »
Loss and Grief in Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 9:10am According to the American Psychological Association and many other valid resources, death of a loved one while pregnant or postpartum is a risk factor for postpartum depression.  Grieving the death of someone near and dear to you, especially if this person would have been a support to you during your pregnancy or with your child, seems obvious. ... Read on »
Post-partum, Post-script, Post-humous, & Post-Christmas by Magnolia Miller Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 6:36pm It happens every year doesn’t? The anticipation, the build up, the crescendo, the aftermath - which almost always includes a few extra pounds that will be making their way to our New Year’s resolutions. The day after Christmas.  But, I must admit.  For me, this is not so bad anymore. First of all, I’ve gotten really good at not makin ... Read on »
Contraception during the Postpartum period by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Jul 2009 11:06pm I know that when I was initially postpartum, especially when I was feeling my worst and then in the few months following that, I was unable to "go there" emotionally or physically. However, that is not the case for all women, in fact some may re-institute a physical intimacy with their partner in order to have a sense of normalcy or connection to ... Read on »
Massage during the Prenatal and Postpartum Periods by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 Aug 2009 11:44pm As some of you readers may remember, I frequented a FABULOUS pregnancy massage therapist during my prenatal months. Once we realized I was suffering from PPD, we continued with this practice in the hopes that it would help me to decrease my anxiety and increase my body's physical healing to help with the fatigue and discomfort from c-section recov ... Read on »
Good advice on the early postpartum period and maternity leave by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 12:27pm You probably had a long list of projects you planned to get done during your maternity leave. However, you now realize that you forgot one thing: This is not a vacation. Instead, it is a time to heal, to get to know your new baby and to learn how to be a mother. So forget everything except these three things. The healing part is very important ... Read on »
Post Partum Traditions by Seiko by pehpot Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:03pm Host: Oh I am loving our new badge and new title.. say it with me guys: BLOGGING TODAY.. BLOGGING TODAY.. BLOGGING TODAY... It's getting in my head now. Back to our show guys, Hello! Hello! This is our third week and we're still on and rocking the blogniverse! If last week, we talk about caring for newborn, now we will talk about post partum tr ... Read on »
More Than 1 in 10 Fathers Experience Post-Partum Depression by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 May 2010 8:08am More than one in 10 fathers become depressed after the birth of their child, and their postpartum depression is linked to greater risk of the mother developing depression in that period as well, according to a study published Tuesday. Postpartum depression in mothers has become increasingly well-recognized in recent years, but much ... Read on »