When birth does not end pregnancy

When birth does not end pregnancy

Pregnancy is an energy cycle. Let’s say it starts at conception, even though some people would say it starts before. During the months of pregnancy, the fetus is growing in the belly. Meanwhile, the body also stores energy that will be released during birth....
Why my c-section scar pain is worse on one side?

Why my c-section scar pain is worse on one side?

In the months following my child’s birth, my scar was healing but my abdomen was still hurting. It was worse when I sit down or got up from the bed, when I was pushing the pram or when I was lifting or pushing something heavy. However, I noticed that the...
C-section scar tissue and adhesions

C-section scar tissue and adhesions

Scar tissue and adhesions are issues we deal with in c-section healing. In fact, post-surgical scar adhesions happen after most pelvic and abdominal surgeries. An adhesion is a fibrous band of scar tissue that grows between organs or muscles, glueing them together....
Your pelvic floor after a c-section

Your pelvic floor after a c-section

Many women are surprised to hear that you need to look after your pelvic floor after a c-section.¬† They believe that, because the baby didn’t cross the vagina, their muscles did not stretch and get damaged. There are women that even think that a c-section will...