Articles especially for new mothers. We explain the changes in your body, emotional challenges and tips to help adjust to the role of a new mother.



It Takes One Year To Recover From Childbirth, Study Finds

After the six week post birth check up, new mothers are generally deemed 'recovered'. However a study found it takes around a year. Read More


Emotional Scars After C-Section Birth – 8 Common Challenging Emotions

After a c-section, women may be glad it's all over and happy to hold their baby. But for many new mothers, they are left to deal with challenging emotions. Read More

10 Things All New Mamas Need To Do ASAP (Yes, Right Now!)

Had a baby recently? Well, mama, we have a list of 10 things you need to do asap. Don't worry, it's not what you think. But you must do these things! Read More


7 Things That Don’t Count As Me Time – A Guide For Parents

There are many activities that tend to get fobbed off as 'me time'. So here is a definitive guide for parents - 7 things that DO NOT count as 'me time'. Read More


Episiotomy Recovery and Healing – 5 Important Things To Know

Everything you should know about episiotomy recovery and healing, including the episiotomy scar, stitches, complications and care. Read More

Painful Sex After C-Section – What Causes It?

A study found women who gave birth via c-section were twice as likely to experience painful sex 18 months after birth. Find out why and how to treat it. Read More


One Third Of Mothers Struggle To Bond With Their New Babies

A sobering report from the National Childbirth Trust found a massive one third of mothers struggle to bond with their baby. What is going wrong? Read More

Sex After A C-Section – When To Resume and Tips For Comfort

No matter how you gave birth to your baby, your body needs time to heal and recuperate. Find out about when to resume sex after a c-section. Read More



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