Postpartum Mood Disorders
Postpartum Blues affect the majority of new parents. These feelings can elevate and take shape as something more serious, including Postpartum Depression or Postpartum Anxiety. Here is how to recognize the tell-tale signs associated with different mood disorders that can occur after a baby is born. If things don’t feel right, they're not right; please call your doctor for support.
Letdown, AKA "Milk Ejection Reflex (MER)": what it is, what causes it, and what it feels like (it's a wide spectrum, ranging from no sensation at all to D-MER.)
We believe every parent is the expert of their baby, so we're here to arm you with ways to deal when people give you their unsolicited—and unwanted opinions.
Despite what you may have heard, breastfeeding is a learned skill. Whether you’re feeling isolated or imperfect, we never want you to feel alone in it.