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How amazing is our bodies 🙂Correction: mum tested positive 4 days before pumping this! Mums breastmilk changed to supply baby with what they needed.This is one reason why many mothers continue to breastfeed even though they find it hard, or experience negative emotions. Because, instinctively we know it is amazing and it is not replicable. When you pump, you can literally see it.Aversion is hard but it is up to a mother if she continues to breastfeed and she should be supported to do so. And validated and acknowledged. You don't have to love breastfeeding or pumping to do it. The reality is a range of emotions can be experienced.Never underestimate what you are doing!#nursingaversion #negativeemotions #aversionsucks #touchedout #momlife #pumping#breastfeeding #breastfeedingaversion ... See MoreSee Less

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7 years 1 day ago After my first son was born I had an undiagnosed condition called placenta accreta where my placenta had grown into the the muscle lining beyond the womb.My choices 24 hours after birth where A)Caesarean to deliver the placenta followed by hysterectomy B) Conservative management I went with B and my home birth completed it self in my bathroom the same room I birth my son in 14 weeks later.I am happy to answer questions this is rare condition that is becoming more common. #placentaaccreta #placentaaccretasurvivor #placentaaccretaawareness #mamasinstinct #rightbirthontheday #thewisehippo ... See MoreSee Less

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You may have seen us mention cranial osteopathy and wondered, “what is that?”🧐Cranial Osteopathy is a lovely gentle treatment that uses subtle movements to release restrictions and correct the bodies alignment. A suitable treatment for adults as well as babies and children, this can help with feeding (both breast and bottle), colic, reflux, sleeping and generally unsettled or jumpy babies and children 👶🏼The cranial treatment is also beneficial to babies after a traumatic birth, both natural and c-section. Often babies will stay in the fight or flight stress response and don’t know how to let go of that feeling, the cranial therapy helps settle them 🥰Several scientific studies on cranial therapy show that it can be beneficial for a number of conditions in adults, especially those with chronic pain. The therapy has also been found to alleviate pain, anxiety, depression and to have a positive effect on the activity of the autonomic nervous system which controls the bodies response to stress 🤩Darya offers cranial osteopathy at both our locations 🙌 Booking with Darya is available via the link below: www.fresha.com/providers/ana-therapies-cx64zzh4If you would like to do some light lockdown reading here are a couple of references from the scientific studies: ClinJPain,2016;32:441-9BMCMusculoskeletDisord,2020;21:1JIntegrMed,2014;12:156-61Darya Zaiceva ... See MoreSee Less

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The loan library! Since 2014 I have been lending out birth, breastfeeding, parenting and pregnancy books to my clients and friends. I am still able to loan books out. You can collect or I am happy to post when the cost is covered. Just ask if I have the book in my collection! #loanlibrary #mamasinstinct ... See MoreSee Less

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dōTERRA this months order 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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