After giving birth to her first child, this young mom felt tightness in her chest and non-stop palpitations. She realized that it was not an asthma attack, instead the first sign of postpartum anxiety.
But is eating your own placenta really safe?
Postpartum back pain is less common than pregnancy back pain. However, regardless of whether you have suffered back pain during pregnancy, postpartum back pain can still be present.
Wondering when you should be going for your postnatal check up or what will be happening during the visit?
Postpartum bleeding, also known as Lochia is normal. Read more about what to expect and what to do if you have lochia.
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