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Post Pregnancy Trauma

Approximately 9% of women experience postpartum post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following childbirth. Most often, this illness is caused by a real or perceived trauma during delivery or postpartum. 


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    Mussarat Munir - January 15, 2020
    Every baby has different learning speeds. You may want to do more excercises like tummy time to help build up muscles to help him progress.

    Take it one step/day at a time. He needs to get used to being on his tummy. Try for a minute or two each day and progress until he’s able to stay on his tummy without being fussy.

    Namia - January 15, 2020


    Sara - January 15, 2020

    You will know if you are feeling stressed after delivery. Don’t shy away from asking for help. You cant do it all by yourself. Try to get some decent sleep by making someone else take care of baby for a while. Also try to have an outing with your partner. A dinner or some retail therapy will help. Share yoyr concerns and problems with your partner.
    Hope this will help. It sure helped me.

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