During pregnancy, the body produces about 50% more blood, lending the skin a vibrant appearance. However, after childbirth, the abrupt drop in progesterone and oestrogen levels, no longer necessary for maintaining a healthy pregnancy, triggers various changes in the body, often visually evident in the skin, hair and nails.
Pregnancy and birth (both vaginal and caesarean) can put stress on and damage the pelvic floor and our core muscles. So, if you are planning to have a baby, you’re pregnant or you’ve had a baby (or a few), now is an especially important time to pay attention to those muscles down south!
On the 30th July 2021 we joined forces with Belly Bandit at My Favourite Things, to organise a live webinar led by leading women's health physiotherapist Carolyn Sultana. We LOVED Carolyn's insights and enjoyed each minute of...
Colic is very common in babies - but that doesn't make it easier for parents who often feel helpless during their baby's inconsolable crying episodes.
'Tips for Colic', produced by the MyMama team in collaboration with Colief Infant Drops, provides useful information to parents-to-be and new parents. Midwife Catriona Grech explains the symptoms and possible causes of colic, and gives some expert tips on how to soothe your colicky baby.
Colief Infant Drops is distributed by Cherubino Ltd and available at pharmacies and The First Years Malta.
If you suspect your baby is suffering from colic and need personalised advice, our midwives and...