A postpartum mom is now experiencing pain and other symptoms after sex and wants to know if this is normal after a c-section or whether this is something she should be more concerned about.
Midwives are telling this mom that she will probably have difficulty breastfeeding post an elective c-section. She wants to know if that’s true?
On post-everything hair, skin, body issues…and how to not let them define your self-image.
Of all the postpartum fallout to my body, my c-section scar is actually pretty low on the list of things that bother me. But it’s still there. And I did wonder if there was anything I could do about it.
Is it worthwhile, a load of nonsense…or something akin to a medieval torture chamber?
…exercise? Get pregnant again? Eat sushi? A quick n’ dirty rundown of postpartum timetables.
That first time, I clung to that six-week no-sex window for as long as I could. The second time… not so much.
Okay, somebody probably did try to tell me, but I probably wasn’t paying attention. PAY ATTENTION, YOU!
How to know if it’s Thrush. Yeah, we’re bringing sexy back this week.
Coping with regret, sadness and the sense that you’re being ridiculous when you don’t get the birth experience you dreamed of.
This week, Amalah and Alexa discuss preemies, extended hospital stays, casseroles, stupid relatives and Google University.
Postpartum is NOT one-size-fits-all. Even if you’re the only “all” we’re talking about.
Because the weirdness doesn’t end with pregnancy. Join us for the launch of Bounce Back, Amalah’s sequel to Zero to Forty, where postpartum is not a four-letter word.
Amalah shares her most recent postpartum experience.