Mobile Apps Providing Postpartum Nighttime Lifeline

If you work in women’s health, we know you are on the other end of the phone with desperate new mothers all the time. Today we were too. I want to share this real-life occurrence, straight from the iBirth™ office. “It’s just too hard.” “I don’t know what I’m doing.” “I’m worried this isn’t working.” […]

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A Breastfeeding Checklist for Patients

Do your clients know? According the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, “babies are born with all the instincts they need to breastfeed. A healthy newborn usually is capable of breastfeeding without any specific help within the first hour of birth. Immediately after the birth, your baby should be placed in direct skin-to-skin contact with you […]

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