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Name: Dr Rupali Satija / Family Physician, Cloudnine Hospital, Malad West
Medical License Number: 2020074913
Date: 2nd June 2022 
Timing: 6:30 to 7:00 pm
Topic: Postpartum Care

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A common cause of postpartum hair loss is the reduced level of estrogen in a woman’s body. The postpartum period is perhaps the most overwhelming phase of a woman’s life. Hair loss during postpartum is common and continues for a year or so.

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Expecting mamas, if you haven’t heard of a padsicle before, NOW IS THE TIME to stock up.

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I’m not going to lie...when you give birth it will feel like your girl was just hit by a TRUCK. Or a bulldozer. Maybe an MMA fighter’s fist. Okay, I’ll stop. Point is, it’s going to hurt.

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Padsicles are frozen overnight pads that you can wear intermittently during your first couple days that provide TREMENDOUS RELIEF. Best part: they are totally easy and CHEAP to make.

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Generally, padsicles are made from overnight pads, witch hazel, lavender essential oil, and aloe vera. BUT, if you’ve already given birth and you need something now, you can use water and nix the other ingredients (not as efficient, but it’ll do in a pinch).

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Here’s how to make them:

→ Step 1: Unfold the pad carefully. If your pad has wings, save the tabs for later.

→Step 2: Apply witch hazel (or distilled or filtered water) to the center of the pad in a straight line. Saturate the pad, but don’t go crazy.

→Step 3: Apply 1 TBS of 100% Aloe Vera to center of pad.

→Step 4: Apply 1-2 drops of pure lavender essential oil to center of pad. (Personally, I LOVE Simply Earth's Lavender Hydrosol)

→Step 5: Spread aloe vera and lavender oil evenly across pad.

→Step 6: Refold the pad and place it gently in a baggie. Freeze. When you are ready to use the pad carefully unfold it, it will be very stiff.
That’s it! Definitely make a few of these. You’ll need to change them out very frequently during the first few days. You’ll probably also need to wear an adult diaper or granny panties since the absorption won’t be fantastic.

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I really hope this tutorial helps! Try it out and let us know how it goes! Mamas that have already been there, what’s your tips and experiences with padsicles? #postpartum #padsicles #sharingiscaring #postpartumdeliverycare #recovery #mom #careandshare #postdeliverycare #postdelivery #postpartumrecovery #delivery
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# Being a mom- A blessing for life

If you feel like you're hanging on by a thread and longing for better days, keep your head up -- sending all the strength and love to all the mamas who need it most right now ❤️❤️❤️
Exhausted, going through the motions day after day. Trying to manage the daily chaos with the kids. Frustrated when you can't go places or visit loved ones. Getting on each other's nerves. Not being able to get much done at home. Feeling like you need a long, overdue break.
We are all going through so much right now. Our stories may be different, but the pain is there, and you aren't alone.
This is your reminder to show yourself some kindness and grace...it won't always be this hard. ❤️
Know someone who needs to hear this? Let them know!!

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#postpartum ;#postpartumjourney;#postpartumlife;#fourthtrimester;#maternalhealth;#postpartumanxiety;#newmoms;#newmama;#newmommy
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Episode #1
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DAHI KI SABZI

(Ideal for babies 18 months and above)

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Ingredients-

Yogurt 1/2 cup

Ghee tbsp

Cumin seeds

Onion chopped 1 small

Turmeric powder

Coriander powder

Salt to taste

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Recipe-

⭐Heat ghee in a kadai. Now add cumin seeds and as they begin to crackle add onion.

⭐Sauté till the onion turns light brown.

⭐Add turmeric powder, coriander powder and stir.

⭐Add yogurt and salt and keep stiring.

⭐Tadda in flat 5 minutes the sabzi is ready! Serve with rice or chapatti

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