Postnatal Depression: What To Expect?

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If you feel irritable and lonely after welcoming your little bundle of joy, you’re not alone. 1 in every 10 women in the UK experiences postnatal depression, often known as “baby blues.”

While everyone talks about pregnancy being a whirlwind of emotions, food cravings and body changes, very few recognize the actual tornado, i.e., the postnatal period. Don’t expect everything to be magically happy and perfect once your baby arrives; the blues of pregnancy don’t just end in a day. Here’s everything you need to know about postnatal depression:Read More »Postnatal Depression: What To Expect?

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‘7’ Tips for Dealing with Morning Sickness

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Pregnancy is a thrilling and emotional ride, but it comes with a unique set of challenges. Among which, morning sickness tops the list. Stats show that over 70% of pregnant women experience morning sickness, vomiting, nausea, and troubled tummy during the first trimester.

Also known as pregnancy sickness, morning sickness is considered a reaction to hormonal changes in your body. It’s caused by variation in Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)—a hormone that rises dramatically in the first few weeks of pregnancy.Read More »‘7’ Tips for Dealing with Morning Sickness