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Do you need a Post Natal Assessment?
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Do you need a Post Natal Assessment?

YES you do need a Post Natal Assessment and here’s why….

Your body goes through many changes during pregnancy and birth. These changes can affect how your body functions, they can also have an impact on what activities you return to post birth. It is so important that you understand these changes and how they can affect your exercise choices post birth.

The Fourth Trimester and You
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The Fourth Trimester and You

You don’t really hear anyone mention the Fourth Trimester and it’s a pretty big deal so that’s why I wanted to write about it! There are many milestones during pregnancy, from your first appointment with your GP and midwife, your 12 and 20 week scans. The three trimesters which are all milestones in themselves. Each trimester comes with lots of information about what to expect.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse – What you need to know
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Pelvic Organ Prolapse – What you need to know

A Prolapse is when one or more of the Pelvic Organs (the Bladder, Bowel or Uterus) slips from their normal position. This can happen when the Pelvic Floor Muscles become weak and are no longer able to do their job of supporting the Pelvic Organs. There are a number of different factors that can make our Pelvic Floor weak, one of these is pregnancy and childbirth.