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Hey there mommies!
How many times were you told by well-meaning friends/relatives not to take shower after childbirth? Or advised to sleep without turning on the fan or air-conditioning unit? Or told to never drink plain water during the first six weeks after you've given birth?
You're not alone.
Many mommies like you have heard and told of the myths surrounding confinement practices. This post will help explain the myths mentioned above as Madam Partum believes that it is best to educate mommies and their support system to make sure that they achieve complete recovery along with taking good care of the baby.
Mommies need all the help they can get to recover from the rigours of childbirth. That's why Madam Partum is here to help every mommy go through this crucial recuperation period.
It can be a challenging journey but with Madam Partum by your side, there is no need to worry.
Wearing an external binder or corset gives the muscles support while they're healing postpartum. It assists in uterus recovery and offers exceptional support for unique body contour after childbirth.READ MORE
When you choose to breastfeed your baby, you are choosing to dedicate your time, energy and heart. It is a physically demanding task but a task that mommies embrace wholeheartedly for the love of their babies.
We understand that breastfeeding journey is not easy, and, in this journey, mothers are faced with different problems and challenges.
The first few weeks after giving birth is a struggle for many Mummies.For sure, moms often feel intense pressure.
As a new mom there are many challenges we have to go through that we didn't expect while we were pregnant. The real challenge of caring for a newborn who seeks for your attention all the time, sleep deprivation, sore breasts, and back pains are just some of the changes Mummies face during this period.READ MORE
A mother will often times experience an overwhelming feeling of love and excitement the moment she first cradles her child in her arms.
It's amazing how your body was able to endure the long nine months of carrying a child and then spend more grueling hours of labor or under surgery.
You may be thinking about losing weight now but trust us when we say that you need to be patient and wait for the right time.
At this stage, it is best for you to embrace the truth that your body went through a life-changing experience and now it is time to recuperate.
For this entry, we explore the food that you need to eat during this postpartum period so you can be well on your way to full recovery. We also looked into how herbs can help you recuperate
A woman’s body undergoes many transformations in the nine months of pregnancy and the high-energy moments brought about by childbirth. We all know how strong mothers are but even the strongest amongst us succumb to fatigue and exhaustion.
This is why it is important to rest and recuperate; to regain energy and restore vitality.
Having gone through this life-changing journey, we, at Madam Partum, knows and feels what you are going through. We have made a conscious effort to craft products and services that do not just address short-term issues. Ultimately, we want you to experience long-term healing. Because after pregnancy and childbirth, you are in for the next adventure, the joy of parenthood
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While Jamu massage consists of stroking and kneading techniques, TCM massage utilizes Tuina, which involves stimulation of acupressure points along the meridian channels. With this, the blockage is cleared, and the yin and yang imbalance are corrected
Experiences of labour and child birth can differ from mother to mother. Some experience almost no pain, while others more so.READ MORE
As we proceed on into the third trimester of the pregnancy, our little one will grow faster and alot bigger in the limited living space in our small abdominal area.READ MORE
There are many confinement myths going around for centuries especially during our grandmothers’ olden days.READ MORE