After giving birth, your body will probably be larger than it was pre-pregnancy. However, you will and can bounce back. Combining a healthy diet with exercise can be your magic bullet to getting fit after baby arrives.
Your baby's due any day now. What will you need on hand those first few days post-delivery? Here's our 10 postpartum must-haves.
Selma Blair is refreshingly candid about the realities of postpartum hair loss following the birth of her adorable son, Arthur Saint.
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I am 3 weeks postpartum. I had an easy labor and delivery and my recovery has been pretty smooth as well. Even with a newborn and a 4-year-old at home I have felt really good and my husband and I decided to have sex last night.
We took it slow (for fear of it hurting). It was great. I wasn't sure what to expect as far as bleeding or spotting but I had no spotting right after or in the morning with when I woke up.
Exercise is probably the furthest thing from a woman's mind during the sleep-deprived first weeks of her new baby's life. However, sneaking these clever little toning and strengthening moves into your daily routine (if there can be such thing in the earliest weeks of life) will jumpstart your energy and increase your confidence.
After my baby is born, when can I start with my routine work such as cleaning, cooking, etc?
The two trends in childbirth are moving in opposing directions. One trend is the growing number of hospitals providing homelike accommodations, including Jacuzzis and microwaves. The other trend is high-tech childbirth, beginning in many parts of the country with prenatal testing.
Your challenge? Learning everything about your baby when he was delivered without an owner's manual -- and as soon as you figure it out, he changes! Renegotiating your entire life. Here's a parent's gameplan.
I was diagnosed with Postpartum Depression when my daughter was 3-months-old. I knew that I had the Baby Blues, but they just didn't seem to go away and I felt like it was getting worse, not better.