Tue 13 November 2018
Carrying a child for nine months takes a toll on a woman's body and birth itself isn't exactly famous for leaving your body in fabulous form. So when it comes to pelvic pain, what is normal post-birth and what are the warning signs that something more sinister may be at play.
Dr Sneha Wadhwani is a GP and mum of two girls. She talks about the silent pain many women endure after birth and what can be done to manage it.
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Sneha has spoken to Kinderling Conversation in the past about various women's health topics. You can listen to and read about them by clicking through below.
- Sexual dysfunction: More than just not wanting sex
- Incontinence: Why it doesn't need to control your life
- Prolapse: What it is, what it feels like, and what to do about it
- Contraceptives and family planning: Your options explained by a professional
- Psychological changes: From pregnancy to birth and beyond
- All the ways your body changes during and after pregnancy
- First trimester screening and delivery planning
- Baby blues and postnatal depression: What's the difference?
- Postnatal menopause syndrome
- Understanding miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage
- Premenstrual Syndrome: More than being moody
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: What is it and how do you treat it?
- Heavy periods: Ladies you don't have to put up with them!
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