Postpartum Infection Symptoms

The Most Common Postpartum Infection Symptoms Found In New Mothers

  Postpartum infections usually occur in a new mother experiences  4-6 weeks after the delivery. They are strongly associated with the events that occur during delivery or with breastfeeding. Finding postpartum infection symptoms is very common, especially during first two weeks of postpartum. You are…

Postpartum endometritis symptoms

Guide to Postpartum Endometritis Symptoms and The Causes

Postpartum period is the time to heal and adjust to your new role – mother. Your body did a tremendous amount of work, and it’s not over yet. A mother’s body is vunerable to catch infections or gather symptoms of different infections in no time….


Postpartum Cardiomyopathy Symptoms – Mild, Moderate and Severe

  Every pregnancy is characterized by a variety of physiological and biochemical events.  Postpartum cardiomyopathy (or cardiopathy) symptoms are one of them. This complex situation changes frequently, especially after the delivery. Hormonal changes can affect the new mother’s health – both mentally and physically. They can primarily…

Postpartum blues symptoms

Postpartum Blues Symptoms, Signs and Causes

  The baby is here! You finally get to meet your son or daughter. All those difficult things are now behind you: the pregnancy with all its complications, painful delivery and those post-delivery days when you were still hurting and bleeding intensively. Now, all you…

Postpartum depression symptoms and causes

Postpartum Depression Symptoms & Causes – What, How and When?

    Having a baby is a major life event. It changes everything simultaneously. You might feel you cannot cope all the changes that you are facing. These are all normal emotions/ experiences which makes it hard to separate the postpartum depression symptoms from temporary…

Postpartum anxiety symptoms

Postpartum Anxiety Symptoms, Causes, Signs and Disorders

  Being a mom, especially a first-time mom, is a large responsibility. It is a huge phase for every woman. During the pregnancy, a variety of changes which cause postpartum anxiety symptoms. This includes physiological and emotional hormonal affects. New mothers have to deal with…

8 Weeks Postpartum

8 Weeks Postpartum – An End & Two Months Completed

    Congratulations! Your baby is almost two months old. Plus, you have completed the 8 weeks postpartum quest. The baby will receive his / her first shot soon. You have a feeling that your child is growing in front of your eyes. You’ve survived…

7 Weeks Postpartum

7 Weeks Postpartum – Making dietary changes

  The first 6 weeks postpartum have passed. Now, you are supposed to be back to normal. Many women indeed feel very good at 7 weeks postpartum. While some may need longer time to recover and gather their strength.   See also: 8 Weeks Postpartum…

6 weeks postpartum

6 Weeks Postpartum – Getting back in shape

  When you become a mother, every day is a new miracle. With so much going on, it is hard to keep track on all the things that happen to you. Somehow, you just enjoy the perks of each day without giving a second thought….

5 Weeks Postpartum

5 Weeks Postpartum – Feeling higher energy levels

Time flies when you are having fun. Your baby is already one month old, and there are some new and exciting events every day. You are still tired – something that isn’t likely to change in forthcoming months. Within your 5 weeks postpartum phase, you…

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