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Installment 3-Tummy Team week 2- The journey continues

Here I am at the beginning of week 2 on my journey with The Tummy Team‘s prenatal program.

If you are just checking out my blog and my journey, make sure to check out the… 1,248 more words

A life in limbo.

If you’re going through hell, keep going. ~Winston Churchill

My inspirational quote has to work quite hard to incentivise me this week. My back is no worse and that has to sustain me after hearing that my appointment with the neuro-surgeon has been postponed for two weeks. 436 more words

Recovery

Learning Patience

Hello Adoring Public.  That is a joke…I’m never sure if people can tell.  I have had several people ask me why I haven’t written an update lately.   1,041 more words

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

My Diastasis Journey: I Did It!

In my first post about my diastasis—the weakening of connective tissue and abdominal muscle separation that can happen after having babies—I said I would report back to let you know how I was doing.  860 more words

Diastasis

Welcome to Female Pelvic Floor Central!

The staff at Mount Carmel Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgery welcomes  you to our brand new blog! Visit this site to find the latest information on medical issues that relate to the bladder, urethra, vagina, perineum and rectum as well as the tissues that make up the “pelvic floor”.   101 more words

Falling Forward, Falling Back: What Nobody Wants to Talk About

“The Women’s Health Initiative found that more than 34% of women in the U.S. with a uterus had significant cystocele (bladder prolapse). The figure of 50% of all women who have given birth (experiencing some form of prolapse) is published widely in gynecologic literature. 1,228 more words

Motherhood As Spiritual Art