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Early Recovery Tips after a Caesarean Section

You want to be prepared for those early days of recovery no matter what kind of birth you have, but a C-section delivery brings with it some unique recovery challenges.  Have you recently welcomed your little one to the world via C-section? Congratulations! Have you got an elective C-section planned? Power to you, mama! Are

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Navigating Endometriosis and Thriving

This March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, so let’s take a look into this condition and how our holistic approach at The Wellness Boutique can support those affected. The Reality of Endometriosis Often misunderstood as just painful periods, endometriosis is a complex inflammatory condition. It can manifest in the pelvis, reproductive organs, and beyond. Symptoms can

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Managing your mental health from bump to baby and beyond

Whether you’re an expecting parent, a new parent, or growing your family, you’re probably facing a tidal wave of new emotions and experiences. To navigate the exhilarating highs to the complex lows, it’s important to have tools in place to support your mental well-being through it all. In this post, we’ll talk about how to

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Ladies, here’s what you need to know about pain during sex

Whether it’s a sharp pain, burning sensation, or cramping during sex, any discomfort can kill your confidence. As many as 75% of women will experience pain during sex at some point, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. But the good news is you don’t have to forgo sex or put up with

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Pessary for pelvic organ prolapse

What is a pessary and do you need one?

Many women who experience prolapse or incontinence manage it efficiently with a simple medical device called a pessary. If this is the first time you’ve heard of a pessary, you’re not alone. Here’s everything you need to know to help you decide if a pessary is the right option for you. What is a pessary?

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3 surprising ways a physio can help during pregnancy

Your typical medical team during pregnancy is often a GP, a midwife, and possibly an obstetrician. While this core medical team will cover all of your basic checks to make sure you and bubs are healthy through pregnancy, they aren’t focused on treating pains or giving you a proactive plan to prepare your body for

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