The ULTIMATE guide for what to expect with YOUR body when you are done expecting.
  • How Much Blood is TOO Much Blood?

  • What DO I do for these cuts?

  • How to minimize your risk for a postpartum pelvic organ prolapse

  • You best shot at preventing postpartum depression.

  • Special considerations for C Section mommies

  • What the F#%$ is going on with my hormones?

  • And much more!

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YOU'RE PREGNANT!!!

Exciting. Amazing.

Now what?

So you are about to have your first little one! Congratulations! You are both a mix of ecstatic and terrified in a way you’ve likely never been before … and you are completely justified it feeling that way. Giving birth is no joke. Women have been doing it for centuries and have come out the other end to tell the tale (and by goodness do they spare no opportunity to tell it!). Problem is every birth is different and everybody has a different filter through which they view the world, so one person’s “agony” is another’s “not that bad”.

 

To add insult to injury, birth is not pretty either, There’s blood, goo, tears, cuts and pain. All things generally taboo to talk about. So people generally either say things in a more PC manner or just ignore it completely until you bring up “this weird thing” that happened to you (and you thought only you) until your grandma, 3 aunts, your mom and sister in law say “Oh yeah, that’s completely normal. It happens alot.” …. “Thanks for the heads up, Mima”.

 

Plus, now all the people that spent your entire pregnancy coaching you through it “This is normal, that’s not” are now so focused on the baby they can’t be bothered with the business of putting you back together. And who could blame them? your baby is so wonderful you forget to pee sometimes. But you MUST take care of yourself. Birth is a major trauma albeit a miraculous, natural and recoverable one, but a trauma none to less. You wouldn’t heal from a major car accident without doing physical rehabilitation,so why are we expecting our bodies to heal from childbirth without help in the right direction?

 

I totally get this. In fact, I just witnessed this first hand. I had my baby girl about a year ago now and had all these experiences. With as much as everyone wanted to put in their 2 cents and project their birthing and recovery experience onto me, there were so many surprises when it came to putting myself back together that NO ONE EVER TALKED ABOUT.  I don’t think women without the same passion for anatomy and physiology that I have would even care to try. Without it, though, your body may truly never be the same. So often I hear about these heinous things that women just “deal with” since “My daughter”, “The second one” or “giving birth”. These things are normal and you don’t have to just “deal with them” for the rest of your life as if this just has to now be”your normal”.

 

  • Incontinence

  • Back Pain

  • Sciatica

  • Nerve Damage

  • Diastasis Recti

  • Chronic UTIs

  • Painful Sex

  • PMDD

  • Depression

  • ETC

 

ARE NOT NORMAL AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO LIVE WITH THEM!!!

In my book you get the 10 Step guide to recovering from pregnancy stronger and better than before you went into it. After all, isn’t that what life’s about? Getting better and better everyday? Not settling for just what’s been dealt to you.

 

In this book you’ll find:

 

  • Exactly how much blood IS normal?

  • What to expect when detoxing from birthing drugs both natural (Opiates, adrenaline, etc.) and pharmaceutical ones (if you decide to go that route).

  • What kind of cramping is normal? And when is too much? In what cases should I be extra aware of tracking your cramps

  • How to restack your body for pain relief, prevention and aesthetic posture.

  • A guide to choosing a birth control method that’s right for your family.

  • In depth guide to helping rehabbing your pelvic floor muscles

  • Best C-Section Scar Care Guide: For health, functionality and aesthetics

  • Complete Guide to what hormone is doing what and when it’s doing it and how to best regulate them as your body comes to its postpartum equilibrium.

  • Also, situations to be aware of because sometimes your mood swings are less likely due to hormone influence and more because you have 99 things to do and time and energy for 6.

  • One of them being frustration with breastfeeding, yeah, I go into troubleshooting this too

  • I go into all this with spunky wit and genuine concern for how our mothers heal from literally giving birth to the future of humanity.

 

Now, you COULD spend hundreds of hours trolling the the interwebs, websites, blogs and forums and you might get lucky and come across most of this information, but then you’d have to decipher the old wives tales from actual facts and legitimate information. You could ask your OB to confirm, but 1) they don’t always have time and 2) often are more concerned with getting the baby out healthy with your safe and alive than seeing you recover quickly and with ease. Don’t get me wrong, I want to see that too and it’s a damn important job. It’s just not the problem this book is looking to solve.

Here I’m trying to answer the questions about recovering from childbirth that no one even thought to ask. So if you want to have the facts, feel prepared, want to heal from your birth as efficiently and effectively as possible, and wouldn’t mind a laugh or two along the way then look no further. You have found what you are looking for!

 

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Imagine knowing little tricks to calm down when you are about to fly off the handle. Having the confidence to own your own healing process and not have to trust it to your OB that sees you only once ... after 6 weeks!! What about everything in between 48-1008 hours? In this book I do everything I can to equip you with that knowledge.  

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When I read, “Can make the baby a little too “Fukitol” to nurse.” I was ... DYING. I choked on my water, but I do that anyway these days with my coordination. She explains that too. Anyway, totally worth the read.