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Doctorsbfc Oct 26
"Remember, you’re feeding, nourishing and growing a whole new person. You deserve to be looked after too.”
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Alison Stuebe Oct 25
Excited to be presenting next on Establishing the - can’t tweet while talking, so slides here...
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The Little Timmy Project Nov 12
This doctor failed their postpartum mom twice. First, they didn't listen to her. Second, they took her kids away. We will continue shouting how important the fourth trimester is, folx 🗣️ 🗣️ 🗣️
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Amanda P. Williams, MD, MPH Oct 30
How can we treat our birthing so poorly? 🤱🏽That said, the US doesn’t have a great track record with marginalized groups. folks, think about what help you will need at home
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Claire Duddridge 6h
I was always voting for for so many reasons, but this - THIS! - is the icing on the cake for me... 😁
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MaRissa Oct 26
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Brittany Bolden 22h
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Heather DiCioccio DNP RNC-MNN Oct 31
Replying to @micheome
is as poorly addressed as standard mental health. I have to wonder if some of the overdoses are truly overdoses or suicides. And the homicide rate- wow! There’s so much that needs to be done for
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Patty R Wilson, PhD, PMHNP-BC Oct 25
Thank you for a phenomenal presentation at . Your work is truly inspirational.
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Katy McFadden CNM, RNC-NIC 10h
Replying to @BlackMomsMA
My dream is 1/2 hrs during pregnancy, 2 yr leave 4 the birthing parent (recommendation duration of breastfeeding), 4 mos 4 the non- birthing parent (to support the birth+ birthing parent trhough the )& a month 4 birth support person of your choice/ stipend 4 doula
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Medicaid Innovation Nov 20
The is a critical time: Women are more likely to die of pregnancy-related conditions in the weeks following birth than during pregnancy or delivery. Read more about extending coverage for postpartum moms in our blog:
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Angie Silver Oct 29
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MaRissa 23h
Don’t mind me over here smelling like puke
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Maternal Near-Miss Survivors Mar 16
“When a baby is born, so is a mother. So ask us too, and ask us often, “Is everything okay?” Maybe she will say she’s fine, maybe she won’t.” We Need to Start Caring Way More About Moms After They Give Birth -- & Not Just Baby
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Britta Aug 20
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Bf Twins Triplets UK Oct 30
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NOT NICE NESS Feb 13
for me rn= Stretch marks, huge pads, lots of pain in all areas of the body, no sleep, a toddler, and a beautiful new born! Life could not be any better right now 💜😢😩 I’m so blessed!
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4thTrimester Project Oct 22
was born from years of engaging with & listening to about their needs. So much is happening in the ; we want to access the support she needs & deserves. Learn more about the movement.
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PWC+ Jul 7
One of our favourite articles about care from the amazing group at . We see mothers weekly in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy, but once at 6 weeks after delivery?? care is a thing!
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Kelsey Murray May 5
Yes!! ! Peds can also screen, some are doing it at every visit up to a year old @aafpprez
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