Save this scale of support needed and how to access that support in the postpartum phase.
*While the studies that have been done solely include male partners and pronouns, the results and recommendations for care are still extremely useful to same sex and non-binary partners as well. Paternal PostNatal Depression is explained below.
updated May 1, 2022Facebook groups, meetup, places of worship and neighborhood message boards can help new parents find support. But if you would like more formal or specialized support, Postpartum Support in Maryland, DC and Virginia is here. Postpartum Support in Maryland, DC and Virginia Postpartum Mental Health Support Perinatal Mood Disorders are the most […]
Diastasis recti is a very common result of pregnancy and birth. It means that the space between your left and right belly muscles has widened, and instead of being flat, the belly now sticks out. As WebMD says, Pregnancy puts so much pressure on the belly that sometimes the muscles in front can’t keep their […]
With the amount of national and statewide programs online, searching for support after baby arrives can be overwhelming. Below we’ve compiled a list of Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads. Virtual as well as in-person mental health and social support resources are included. Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads Postpartum Mental […]
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