What about the fear that she may pass the virus to her baby in her milk ?
Sarah Hollister, RN, PHN, IBCLC shares her perspective on placenta encapsulation.
There were three key messages that really helped and have stuck with me ever since.
Preventing pregnancy is not the only reason women use "the pill".
How to avoid having to dump your precious stash when flying with your expressed breast milk.
It validated who I was, a postnatal mother with a body still soft after giving birth, with breasts still capable of nourishing my beautiful newborn baby.
I did what everyone was telling me was impossible and breastfed my baby.
If you experienced a traumatic birth, I’d recommend steering clear of these folks for a while. They don’t get it and you don’t need their brand of “help” right now.
Breastfeeding a child in public should have nothing to do with modesty.
Kathleen Kendall-Tackett looks at the research confirming exercise to be an effective antidepressant, even in those with major depression.
James Akre says breastfeeding is a universal constant across space and time.
Kathleen Kendall-Tackett asks, "Will avoiding nighttime breastfeeding preserve mothers’ mental health by allowing them to get more sleep?"
Is light therapy a suitable treatment for pregnant and postpartum women? Kathleen Kendall-Tackett looks at the research.
Kathleen Kendall-Tackett on attitudes that disempower and undermine mothers' goals.