How to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles

  There are so many benefits to strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, whether you are planning to have a baby, given birth already or are currently pregnant. The pelvic muscles are layers of muscle that support the bladder, bowel & uterus, stretching from the pubic bone to the end of the backbone. When your pelvic […]

Tongue & Lip Ties

Tongue-tie occurs when the thin piece of skin under the baby’s tongue (the lingual frenulum) restricts the movement of the tongue. In some cases the tongue is not free or mobile enough for the baby to attach properly to the breast. Some babies with tongue-tie are able to attach to the breast and suck well. […]

Post-Natal Depression

PND – signs, asking for help and why you aren’t alone It’s normal to have the ‘baby blues’ during the postpartum period, up to 14 days after giving birth. This is caused by hormonal changes and symptoms may include: – unexplained crying – irritability – insomnia – sadness – mood changes – restlessness However the […]

Contraception After Pregnancy

After having a baby, the contraceptive options you have will depend on your individual needs and whether or not you are currently breastfeeding. It is important to remember that no contraceptive method is 100% effective and some methods are more effective than others. If you aren’t breastfeeding, you are safe to use most methods of […]