You’ve heard of postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, but this lesser-known, highly treatable mental illness can have devastating consequences when ignored.
It's nothing to be ashamed of—but we also shouldn't normalize it. Luckily, personal trainer and pelvic floor expert Kim Vopni says it's totally fixable.
That last check-up with your midwife is always bittersweet. But what if we didn’t have to say goodbye so soon?
I pictured a sad, powerless, woman crying in her room, and that wasn't me. But I was wrong.
The changes that occur during pregnancy and postpartum can make women feel like their bodies are out of control. That's when eating disorders creep in.