Postpartum or postnatal psychosis is a quite rare but very serious mental health condition that develops after birth, often suddenly. Like with all taboo subjects, there is a lot of misinformation, sham and stigma attached to postpartum psychosis (PP) which is exactly why we wanted to talk about it in today’s blog.
Pregnancy and childbirth can wreak havoc on the pelvic floor, but did you know how?
There is an expectation that leaking urine or having other symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction is normal when you become a mother which is not true at all. Yes, it's very common and nothing to be ashamed of but it's not normal and you do not have to accept it.
This week marks world breastfeeding week, organised by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action. This week aims to inform, anchor, engage and galvanise action on breastfeeding and related issues.
There is an expectation that breastfeeding is easy and that it comes naturally to every single mother and baby. This isn’t true at all. While breastfeeding is one of life’s most natural phenomenon's it certainly doesn't come naturally to most with practice instead being the key to success.