buy cheap Pregabalin online So, bubs are on the way, baking nicely in that belly of yours, due any moment & you cannot wait to meet this little being that you have helped create!
priligy buy online canada Don’t pretend you haven’t actually thrown the question around your mind a few times already; I know you will have spent some time wondering, “exactly how is this supposed to happen?”
Somewhat in jest.
I’m sorry to break this to you, but the truth is, that in some way or another, this tiny little bundle that started off as a tiny micron of a cell is going to need to exit that cozy womb of yours!
There are two methods of delivering this baby into the world.
The first is vaginally. Yes. That’s right. Call it what you will – your hooha, vajayjay, fanny, pussy, snizz, box, or bit… If you have a ‘traditional’ birth, your baby will need to be delivered out of this fascinating – yet tiny – body part.
The second is via Caesarean section or c-section. Thanks to the amazing developments of technology & incredible medical advancements, a ‘kid-cut’ or ‘womb with a view’ or ‘too posh to push,’ is a surgical procedure where a baby is delivered via incisions in the Mother’s lower abdomen & uterus.
Either way, keep in mind that your body goes through 9 months of developing, nurturing, growing & carrying this beautiful bundle of joy. Throughout these various stages of your pregnancy, your body will go through so many physical changes to enable it to adjust & support this developing human being. At the base of these physical changes is your pelvic floor.
In summary, the pelvic floor is a sling of muscles, a bit like a hammock, that is formed between the pubic bone at the front of your pelvis to the coccyx at the back. The pelvic floor supports your uterus, bladder, bowel & assists with healthy sex life.
Sounds important, right?
You absolutely bet it is!
order stromectol For this reason, particularly for us as women, a healthy pelvic floor is such a vital part of being a Happy & Healthy Mum & Wife.
If there is any advice I could share with you about preparing for the safe & healthy delivery of your child, it would be to get involved in a safe pelvic floor exercise program that is designed to help you become strong & confident from the inside out.
Not just any old fitness trainer, either.
A certified pregnancy & post-birth fitness trainer, who is also a midwife AND has 2 little poppets of her own!
That all represents experience & THAT is what you get with Anita & her Fit For 2 (Face to Face) & Fit For 2 PRO (Online) Programs!
Personally, I feel I have benefitted from participating in the Fit For 2 program. If you are looking for the amazing support, make sure you join the Fit For 2 tribe. Amazing fitness classes, awesome tribe, and fantastic education all run by a Midwife and Safe Mum Trainer…
Don’t delay – make a start, head over to Anita’s Fit For 2 website at https://fitfor2.com.au & check information on her programs that encompass pregnancy, conception, Mumma & post-baby exercise programs.
PLEASE NOTE – It is always recommended to follow your doctors/midwife’s advice prior to any exercise regime. I am not a medical professional nor am I able to make any comments or recommendations of a medical nature. I am simply a Mum of four babes of my own, putting pen to paper (or fingertips to touch screen). Some of the descriptive terms in this blog are not recognized medical expressions.
Written By: Cath Mum of 4