Postpartum Hair Loss: What to Expect and How to Deal with Hair Loss

Postpartum Hair Loss: What to Expect and How to Deal with Hair Loss

Jun 14 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

Postpartum hair loss can feel a little overwhelming and wreck with your confidence. Here’s what you can expect about losing some of your hair, as well as style solutions to work with what you’ve got. 

Why Do My Armpits Smell? 9 Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

Why Do My Armpits Smell? 9 Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

Mar 18 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

After giving birth, your body goes through a process of re-regulating itself and getting back to an equilibrium. The good news is that this process only takes a few months. Still, it’s always good to know what you’re in for! 

How to Know if Exclusive Pumping is Right for You

How to Know if Exclusive Pumping is Right for You

Mar 10 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

Today we break down the pros and cons of exclusive pumping, reasons why you might go this route and other factors to consider. Remember, pumping is breastfeeding and only you as a mom knows what's best for you and your baby.

4 Common Breastfeeding Challenges and Alternative Therapies to Try

4 Common Breastfeeding Challenges and Alternative Therapies to Try

Jan 27 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

Whether it’s experiencing nipple pain, milk blisters or blocked ducts or struggling with your mood and overall mental health, we’ve rounded up four alternative methods to try.

Superfoods and Healthy Snacks for Pregnancy Hormone Shifts

Superfoods and Healthy Snacks for Pregnancy Hormone Shifts

Jan 20 , 2021

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Team Lilu

During pregnancy, you may experience a ‘glow’, nausea or swelling. Hormonal changes are at the root of these symptoms, particularly the levels of progesterone and estrogen in the body.

Tips and Tools to Help your Baby Sleep Better and Longer

Tips and Tools to Help your Baby Sleep Better and Longer

Dec 10 , 2020

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Megan McDonough

Being a new mom is tough stuff, and it’s so important that both you and your baby are getting the sleep you need. Usually, when your baby is around 3-months old, it is easier to get into more of a sleeping rhythm.