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More on Postpartum depression

One of the most common complications of pregnancy, debilitating Post-Partum Depression (PPD), which often sends new mothers into a downward spiral of despair, is highly treatable and avoidable.

Five things you need to know about postpartum depression

Five things you need to know about postpartum depression

Interestingly, despite it being a relatively common condition, there is still a stigma associated with postpartum depression: the feeling that you’re so overwhelmed or depressed by motherhood, that you lose interest in caring for your baby or feel completely unequipped to do so. In this article, we’re going to dispel this stigma and give you the facts you need to know.

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Contraceptives in South Africa

Whether you’re interested in a monthly option like the contraceptive pill (oral contraception) or patch; or a long-acting method like an implant or IUD, we can help find a contraceptive method that suits your lifestyle.

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What is a Pelvic exam?

During a pelvic exam, a medical expert evaluates your reproductive organs. You might have a pelvic exam as part of your regular checkup.

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Fetal alcohol syndrome

Fetal alcohol syndrome is a condition in a child that results from alcohol exposure during the mother’s pregnancy. Fetal alcohol syndrome causes brain damage and growth problems.

Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon Cleansing

It means to provide the support that looks at the whole person, not just their mental health needs. The support should also consider their physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing. … A holistic approach focuses on a person’s wellness and not just their illness or condition.

5 levels of healing

5 levels of healing

All of us are concerned about our health. This normally falls into two categories. We want to maintain good health or improve our health. To do so we need to consider a few things.


Pregnancy and Essential oils.

For some people, it can be very hard to decide whether to use essential oils in pregnancy, and there are a wide variety of opinions on the matter. It is important to discuss usage with a medical professional experienced with essential oils and to be judicious with their use.


Pregnancy rhinitis

If you’re expecting a baby, you may be dealing with a stuffy nose that doesn’t seem to go away. This hassle is called pregnancy rhinitis. The cause of this condition isn’t really clear. However, it may be caused by hormonal changes. Having a history of allergies or asthma does not raise your risk of getting pregnancy rhinitis.


Breathing Techniques for Stress Relief

Most people take short, shallow breaths into their chest. It can make you feel anxious and zap your energy. With this technique, you’ll learn how to take bigger breaths, all the way into your belly.

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