Postpartum depression (PPD)  affects some women after their babies are born. Symptoms include psychological depression, sadness, fatigue, anxiety, and discomfort. Typically, this kind of depression occurs within 4 to 6 weeks after birth, but sometimes several months. It can bring some bad effects to your health and mess up your daily activities. Although it is not easy to do, dealing ...

Even if they are not your first baby, you may be wondering if you have enough milk to feed your baby. When your baby becomes fussy or wants to nurse just an hour after eating, it’s natural to worry that you’re not producing enough milk. Various factors can cause a low milk supply during breastfeeding and they may affect your ...

During pregnancy, your baby will have everything they need when they are still in your belly. They will receive protection, food, oxygen, and warmth from your body. However, as they exit your body after labor, your baby will find themselves unable to access those essentials so easily. So, your baby needs a gentle transition when changing the environment from the ...