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Pregnancy, Yoga and me

I’ve yoga’d through each of my pregnancies. In my first I only really found time for it when I finished work and started maternity leave so I really only attended a few classes. 542 more words

Baby

4th anniversary

As 4th anniversary of my life with chronic vulvar pain is approaching I decided to start adventure with blogging about any issues/topics related to pain syndroms like vulvar vestibulitis, pelvic floor dysfunctions and vulvodynia. 162 more words

Chronic Pain

Bones and Branches

What with the long weekend, and not having my usual day off alone, I haven’t been that artistically productive in the last few days. (Still not even close to hitting that daily practice goal.) However, as we were driving back and forth up and down the island for family gatherings, I came back to a painting idea from last year that I’m still interested in. 67 more words

Drawing

MacGyver Medicine

So you’re out there somewhere and you really want to do a thing you think might help but you don’t have your standard kit. Can you adopt the lessons of Richard Dean Anderson and improvise? 1,455 more words

Prehospital Trauma

The After Birth

What to expect, when you’re done with the expecting…

So, you’re knocked up. Congrats. No doubt you’ll have shelled out a small fortune for NCT classes to help you prepare (or so you can find like-minded local mums to get post-natally pissed with) and you’re now feeling a little more informed about childbirth. 1,039 more words

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Childbirth and the Athletic Woman

Athletic women come in all sizes and enjoy different sports or fitness programs. Athletic women enjoy being toned and fit. Through personal fitness, many women have developed determination, commitment to their task, and an ability to hit the wall and go beyond. 1,528 more words

Athletic Women