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 was fortunate to get quick and effective treatment for my post-partum anxiety. But many Indigenous women, however, aren’t so lucky.
Newborns get all kinds of care from health practitioners, but for many new moms, the single checkup at six weeks after birth just isn't enough.
The baby’s finally sleeping through the night, but now you can’t drift off. How long does “momsomnia” last?
I didn't mind the way my scar looked, but I hated the way it felt: overstretched, too tight and uncomfortable beneath my skin, like a callous.
A baby changes everything—including, oftentimes, your interest in sex. Still, the goal isn't to get the "old you" back. It's to figure out who you are now.