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Safe exercise in pregnancy (part 1)

Congratulations! You’ve found out you’re expecting! Now to try and navigate the wealth of information out there to help make the best decisions for both you and your baby. One of the areas with the most conflicting information is exercise in pregnancy: when can you do it? How much should you do? What type is safe for you and your baby? We are often told one thing by our mothers or family members and something else by our Doctor; but who to believe? Women’s health is now a highly researched area and new research is evolving year on year. The following blogs aims to provide you with the most up to date information based on Guidelines backed up by scientific evidence, with regards to safe exerc

New Year - New Mindset

Our team wrote some articles for the Yalla Magazine about New Year resolutions and mindset! Have look here!

Incontinence Treatment

Urinary incontinence is defined as any leaking of urine. It can be an embarrassing condition where suffers have to alter their lives for fear of having an accident. Some have to wear pads. Others avoid social engagements. Women are 5 times more likely to suffer from incontinence due to childbirth and menopause. Pregnancy and childbirth place varying degrees of stress on to the pelvic floor. During pregnancy, the weight of the baby puts stress on the pelvic floor muscles, which have to work increasingly hard to support the growing weight of the baby. Natural childbirth can cause trauma to the pelvic floor. A large number of women experience incontinence in the hours and first few days after c