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The postpartum period is one of the most misunderstood times in a woman’s life. Often, it’s like a secret club that you don’t get invited to until you are already in the throes of it. And by then, it’s too late. You’re left commiserating rather than feeling fully…
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Our modern world has failed to understand how radically unique the postpartum body is that we are on the verge of destroying the very mothers this time transforms. Learn how this is a leading cause of the Postpartum Depression Epidemic and the rise of autoimmune diseases.