Everything you need to know about caring for your postpartum body, from managing depression and anxiety to what changes will happen in your body.
I'm going to do things a little differently—and not be so hard on myself—with my second baby.
Many women choose to live with the discomfort of birth injury because they’re embarrassed to seek help or their concerns are brushed off. That isn't right.
"Rooming in" policies are supposed to encourage breastfeeding, but in the hours following childbirth, many moms report feeling like their needs don't matter.
Some changes are temporary while others may settle in for the long run. Here's when you should actually worry (or even change doctors).
New motherhood can be accompanied by a hefty dose of anxiety, sadness, irritability and fatigue, and it's important not to suffer in silence.