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Postpartum Life

After pregnancy, many new mothers are left wondering about what to expect next.

Reviewed by Lori McNeal, M.D. | Gynecology

There are critical steps to manage PPD, a serious condition that affects moms after childbirth.

Breastfeeding is preferred in most cases, but for various reasons, not all mothers can do it.

Through support and healthy adjustments, you’ll be more equipped for postpartum depression.

Exercising after giving birth can be important to your physical and mental well-being.

Postpartum depression can create rifts between partners and sever intimate bonds.

You'll hear a lot of tales about life postpartum. It's time to get the facts.

Here are some simple ways to take care of mastitis so you can continue breastfeeding your baby.

Almost all mammals, except humans, eat their placenta after birth. Should we?

Keeping nipples healthy during breastfeeding can prevent serious health complications.

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