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    Eat well, drink lots, rest up when you can, ask for help, listen to your body, and be HAPPY Your body will come back, but be even better, since after all
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    Thank you so much!! I'm a new mom, 10mos PP. I'm exclusively pumping momma, this post helps!
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    This is a general post-natal guide, tailored for females but with information that can be generally applied to both sexes. It is not an exhaustive guide, but provides a summary of the main things to think about and do in the weeks and months after giving birth.

    Firstly, congratulations on the birth of your baby!

    This is an exciting time, but can also be a challenging one. There are a lot of things to think about and organise in the weeks and months after giving birth. This guide provides a summary of the main things to think about and do in the post-natal period.

    The first few weeks

    In the first few weeks after giving birth, it is important to take it easy and allow your body to recover. You may feel tired and sore, and you may not have much energy. It is important to rest as much as possible and let your body heal.

    You may also have some bleeding and discharge, which is normal. If the bleeding or discharge is heavy or lasts for more than two weeks, or if you have any other concerns, please see your doctor.

    You will also need to feed your baby. Breastfeeding is the best way to provide your baby with all the nutrients they need in the early weeks. If you are unable to breastfeed, or if you choose not to, you can give your baby formula.

    It is important to drink plenty of fluids in the post-natal period, especially
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