health, parenting

How my daughter helped curb my eating disorder

As my baby got bigger, the more curious she got about food, and the more I had to force myself into a routine of eating meals.Its a challenging, but positive change for me. I also can’t get away with eating too little; dinner time is a family event, which keeps me accountable, in a good way.

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health, postpartum, pregnancy

Postpartum haemorrhage : what you need to know

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff While delivering my daughter, I suffered a primary postpartum haemorrhage (PPH). I knew it was likely, because due to my EDS I’m prone to bleeding and have weak connective tissues. However, during my recovery in the postpartum period, I was surprised by how little others knew about PPH, but I understood […]

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health

Having an ovary removed at 21 – My Story

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff Laparoscopic right salpingo oophorectomy¬†– I believe that is the “medical term” for it, and on the 08/11/2018 the NHS gave me my very own experience of it. I should probably take this time to say how grateful I am for the NHS, and how amazing the staff who work for the […]

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health, postpartum

Diastasis Recti 101

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff Aah, the mum tum. The pooch. The overhang. While the post-baby jelly belly is something most mums expect to encounter to some extent, fixing it isn’t always as straightforward as you might first imagine. It took nine months for your tummy to get that big, so it’ll take at least nine […]

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mentalhealthMonday

Mental Health Monday: Coping with a relapse…

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff It’s not always plain sailing… Our mental health, much like our physical health, can be up and down. You can be fine one week, and  find yourself in a bottomless pit the next. Whether you’ve largely recovered or you’re gradually on the road to recovery, it’s important to remember that relapses […]

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