Most people are familiar with postpartum depression, but postpartum anxiety can be just as disabling if it’s not caught and can lead to lifelong mental health battles if it’s left untreated.

Postpartum depression is an intricate blend of emotional, physical, and behavioral changes that occur after giving birth. While PPD might seem inevitable, pregnant and new moms can take the following measures to prevent or lower the risk.

Certainly, being a parent has its own challenges, but postpartum ups and downs can at times go way beyond what is expected or normal and cause post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

All mothers, especially new mothers-to-be, should pay serious attention to their health before, during, and after pregnancy. Postpartum Preeclampsia is a rare condition characterized by high blood pressure and high protein levels in your urine shortly after childbirth.

It’s no secret that we are living in a worrying, stressful, and confusing time. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has shaken the world and changed pretty much everything, piling a lot of stress and pressure on new moms and their families.

After childbirth, some fluid remains in the body tissue. These fluids, when in excess, results in a condition known as edema. Edema leads to weight gain, swollen ankles, hands, or feet.

Bringing new life into the world isn’t easy. Certainly not so when there’s also a pandemic happening. Despite the relentless coronavirus, the birth of a new child is still a beautiful occasion.
Pregnancy changes a woman’s body in different ways. A few months after receiving your bundle of joy, you will notice some hair shedding. The thick and long hair you got when pregnant falls off in a few weeks.
The postpartum period is a very challenging time for many mothers. You should take time to care for your body by speaking with your doctor as soon as possible if any issue arises.
Choosing the right clothes goes a long way in helping you feel better about your body. The clothes must be comfy but also stylish.
While natural birth is a safer way, some mothers undergo C-section due to unprecedented situations as a safer way to deliver their baby to avoid any further complications. 
Postpartum skin woes aren't uncommon. You can expect these not-so-pretty changes in your skin to be temporary and resolve on their own after some time, but that's not always the case.
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