The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just released their Breastfeeding Report Card 2018, an annual report that provides some insight into how new parents are doing in establishing and maintaining breast/chestfeeding goals currently in the United States.
People can experience a spectrum of emotions with D-MER ranging from mild self-correcting symptoms often lasting less than three months (homesickness, hopelessness, depression) to moderate ones that may carry on longer (panic, agitation, paranoia). Learn about Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex today.
Lamaze International has a multitude of resources for doulas to share with their birth and postpartum clients who are looking for evidenced-based information from a respected source. Check out all that Lamaze has to offer you and your clients.
ACOG released new recommendations for postpartum contact in a Committee Opinion "Optimizing Postpartum Care" that recognizes more frequent and comprehensive services during the postpartum period can help to identify problems, offer treatment and refer to other professionals.
Talking about feelings is a skill that serves people well at all stages of their life. LCCE Mallory Emerson introduces us to the January Brilliant Activites for Birth Educators idea that helps facilitate conversations from the heart about the emotions surrounding pregnancy, birth, and parenting.