Healing Abdominal Muscles After Pregnancy | Midwifery Traditions
One component of the six-week postpartum visit is the assessment of the rectus abdominis muscles. Separation of these muscles is normal during pregnancy as the muscles and connective tissue stretch and thin to accommodate your baby. It can take several months for these muscles to begin to heal and move closer together after giving birth. …
What is the best birthing position to be in labour? How can you bring on you labour or even speed it up? Years ago women were told to deliver on the bed in the hospital, this is no longer the case as more and more women are becoming more active with their labour and delivery and many are delivering in the comfort of their on homes or on a midwife led unit. Here are a few good tips on how to be really active leading up to your labour and whilst you are in labour.
Pregnancy Exercise: If you are not squatting during your pregnancy then you need to start now. 300 may seem like a lot but by the time you have done your exercises picked up a million things off the floor you will be surprised at how many squats you actually do! Just make sure your form is right! #Pregnancyexercise #Pregnancy