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Recovering from childbirth can be difficult and extremely stressful. You have a brand new baby to take care of, a new routine, and a different sleeping schedule
It is important though that you revert back to a healthy weight once you have given birth.
This article looks at these proven methods so you can use to lose that baby weight and get back to your normal self.
A review of the best postpartum
Life after a brand new baby can be extremely overwhelming. If you are a brand new mom, your once routine life is now filled with stresses like having to feed your baby around the clock, sleep deprivation, constant diaper changing, and the every crying baby. Having to adjust to all of these once your baby is born isn’t easy.
With such a major life change, the last thing you need to worry about is your body. Whether it was normal delivery or a c section incision, you don’t want nor should you have to worry about your post-pregnancy body.
shapewear after surgery.
If you're like me, and you've recently had a kid (or two!) then you know all about the stubborn mommy pouch. So you've lost most or all of the baby weight- but your tiny lower tummy pouch just won't seem to budge! Well trust me, all moms have or had the "Mommy Pouch" whether they look like it or not. (Some just hide it really well!) Below I will show you how to slowly (but surely) get rid of that stubborn mommy pouch!
One of the most popular plastic surgeries for Post-Partum Mommies is the infamous "Mommy Makeover". This procedure is currently trending for moms because it is an all in one procedure that mainly consist in boosting the appearance of the belly and the breast, two problem areas that most new moms are most concerned about.
Lately we've been receiving a ton of emails asking how to measure yourself to get the perfect fit for your shapewear garment- so we've compiled a list of 5 steps to follow when purchasing your faja.
After now being an experienced mother of two, there are some things I wish I knew with my first daughter, that I didn’t know my second.