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Pelvic Floor Problems // You Will be Doing Kegels by the End of This Post!
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Pelvic Floor Problems // You Will be Doing Kegels by the End of This Post!

What are pelvic floor disorders? It's that first time you try jumping jacks after having a baby. Or maybe it's just a good laugh. Or a sneeze. You passed your six week postpartum follow-up with flying colors, everything has healed, and yet you can't seem to hold it in. Many moms joke about peeing themselves every now and then. What...

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Can't Eat Because of Nausea, Nauseous Because I Can't Eat
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Can't Eat Because of Nausea, Nauseous Because I Can't Eat

Between pregnancy nausea and cravings, us mamas are either unable to keep things down or we're starving and inhaling the most bizarre foods we're craving, or what we like to say "baby is craving". Our co-founder, Valerie, is experiencing some pretty hilarious cravings so let's chat, shall we? Valerie's Current Pregnancy Cravings tuna with celery -the pregnancy-safe brand that is...

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What to Expect After a C-Section: 4 Tips to Improve Your Recovery
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What to Expect After a C-Section: 4 Tips to Improve Your Recovery

Having a C-section, or cesarean delivery, can take a toll on your body. This type of childbirth method is considered major surgery, so you can expect to need plenty of time to recover. Keep in mind that healing from a C-section takes longer than recovering from a vaginal birth. Your doctor will provide you with detailed instructions on what to do...

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Working Out While Pregnant - 10 Dos and Don'ts Before Hitting the Pavement
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Working Out While Pregnant - 10 Dos and Don'ts Before Hitting the Pavement

So you've got a bun in the oven and are wondering about working out while pregnant. You can still keep in shape by running during your pregnancy … even if it's a different shape! First, let's take a minute to talk about the perks of a fit pregnancy. Not only does it make you feel better and help you gear...

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4 Ways to Stay Hydrated While Suffering From Morning Sickness
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4 Ways to Stay Hydrated While Suffering From Morning Sickness

As morning sickness keeps your appetite at an all-time low, your risk of becoming dehydrated increases with each hour you go without food and water. Since morning sickness typically continues through the 14th week of pregnancy, it is impossible to wait out the nausea and catch up on fluids later. As you become dehydrated, you might notice increased thirst, dizziness...

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