There's a lot to track during pregnancy! And wrapping your head around what's happening inside your body is another story. Luckily, there's an app (or about a million of them) for that. We rounded up the best apps for new and expecting mamas!
No one told us to be prepared for urinary incontinence, painful sex, pelvic organ prolapse, and other symptoms women experience in the postpartum period. All of which are common, but NOT normal and should not be ignored (especially if you are beyond your initial 6 week healing time). Here are 5 tips new (or seasoned) mothers can do to make sure you're healing properly in postpartum.
You spend 9 months prepping and learning how to care for your baby, but soon after delivering we realized there was a MAJOR miss in our mom-to-be crash courses and we neglected to read up on caring for a very important person: OURSELVES. These are the things we wish we would have done!
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