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Postpartum pelvic floor issues are common, but it is possible to regain control of your body.

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Bringing a baby into the world can bring emotional upheaval. Here's how to support your partner.

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It's normal to feel down sometimes when caring for a newborn. But at what point is it dangerous?

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Your body and mind go through a lot during 'the fourth trimester.' Pay attention to them.

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Yes, your body changes during and after pregnancy, but you may be blaming the wrong factors.

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Post-delivery, it's easy to feel pressured to get back at it—but your partner will have to deal.

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To protect your and your baby's health while breastfeeding, take action and be prepared.

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Every woman’s experiences with pregnancy are different—including how they feel about sex.

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Keeping nipples healthy during breastfeeding can prevent serious health complications.

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

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

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

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Ongoing depression during pregnancy and afterward is a common condition. Recognize the signs.

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A ‘mommy makeover’ promises to restore your body to pre-pregnancy shape. Is it just hype?

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

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

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

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