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Sexual Wellness

Postpartum Sexual Dysfunction: What You Need To Know

Between having to meet your newborn’s sleep-feed-play schedule and trying to catch some zzzzs yourself, spending intimate time with your spouse might be shelved at the back of your mind. Perhaps you’re worried about sexual intimacy too soon after your little one is born or might be concerned about pain during intercourse. Additionally, maybe your sexual desire isn’t as how it was before.

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Favourite Intimate Lifestyle Products for Mums

Strike a balance between looking after baby and still carving out time for self-love with some of our favourite intimate lifestyle products that are perfect for mums.

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12 New Year Resolutions Every Couple Should Make for 2022

2022 is here and if you’ve yet to plan for the year, now it’s as good a time as ever. New Year resolutions have always had a bad rap for being futile and let’s face it, when you’re halfway trudging into the year, you might have totally forgotten about what you had set out to do in the first place. However, resolutions can prove advantageous as they give you a chance to reflect on what’s important, move in a positive direction, and focus on achievable goals.

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Sexual Healing To A Better Marriage

A month postpartum and you’re pretty much settled with baby and gradually getting your groove in this motherhood journey. If this is your first child, it is a big deal and becoming a mum is a major event that affects practically everyone in the family. Not only do you have to cope with the demands of parenting, but also grapple with changes in the relationship with your partner.

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Essential Guide To Pregnancy Sex: All That You Need To Know

Can I have sex when I’m pregnant? Will it hurt my baby? Yes and No! Once we’re over the moon about having a bun in the oven, these might be questions that start to form in our head and especially with raging hormones all over the place, feeling sexy might be the last thing on our minds. But the general rule is, as long as you feel comfortable, go for it! Read on as we discuss some of these questions about sex during pregnancy.

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Motherhood and Sexual Wellness: Changing the Conversation One Category at a Time

The immediate change confronting mothers revolves around her physical wellness, where her body may already feel foreign during pregnancy. And when the baby arrives, she finds herself struggling with a new language, learning to mind read and differentiate what the different pitches in cries meant. All while she is still recovering from childbirth. For most mothers, the weeks immediately after childbirth is often no-go for sex. Nursing babies can already be physically exhausting to do anything else; let alone think about sex.

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Modern Motherhood - 9 Tips to a Healthy Sex Life

Between work, parenting and managing your household, it’s difficult to carve out time for yourselves. Hence, maintaining a healthy sex life may be one of your least priorities. Here are some tips to improve your relationship and boost the frequency of coitus, even after having kids.

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Modern Motherhood - 18 Mums Share About Sex After Birth

No one, much less our mothers, would openly talk about postpartum sex when we were pregnant. Sex is taboo, as far as our conservative Asian culture goes. So how did I get voluntary contributions by 18 modern Singaporean mums to share about their first after-baby bedroom exploits?

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Mental Health

Mental Health - Self-Care Habits for New Mums

Adopt some of these healthy self-care habits and look out for signs of other conditions during your first few weeks of being a new mum to improve your mental health.

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7 Ways to Empower Yourself and Other Mums

Adopt some of these healthy self-care habits and look out for signs of other conditions during your first few weeks of being a new mum to improve your mental health.

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Breast Wellness

Breast Wellness and Reducing Your Breast Cancer Risk

In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Dr Julie Liana Bte Hamzah shares her insights on breast wellness and how to lower the risk of breast cancer. She is a Consultant with the Department of Breast Surgery in both the National Cancer Centre Singapore and Singapore General Hospital.

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