Is it normal for you to lose so much hair after you've had a baby? My hair is naturally thick, luckily and got even thicker and longer during pregnancy but now every time I run my hands through it more hair comes out. When I'm in the shower it's clogging up the plug hole. It's all over the floor and my baby keeps picking it up. I can't see any bald patches and it seems to be coming fro
I'm struggling to lose a stone in weight and I'm attending a wedding in June so I need ideas for a quick fix! I've heard about the 5:2 diet and I wondered if anyone has had good results from it? I'm also wondering about High Interval Intensity Training and if anyone has done that either? I've been reading all about HIIT this morning and it sounds like a bit of a miracle for busy mums, I haven't st
I thought that when I had my baby, my body would go back to my old shape after a few months. But it's been 6 months now and I'm still two stone overweight. I've stopped breastfeeding now and I'm trying not to eat too much but I still have a big belly and look pregnant, especially under my belly button, it's really flabby and I know that's hard to get that bit toned. How did other mums get rid of
I wanted to check if this was normal, I had my baby boy over 4 months ago and haven't had a single period yet, I'm starting to get a bit concerned. Is it normal? I breastfed him but the breast feeds are getting fewer and fewer now, it's only about once a day as he wants a bottle all the time. He's a hungry little thing!! I'm also on the depo injection, does that make a differenc
I don't know what's going on with me?? I feel like bursting into tears all the time. Work is fine and my home life is ok. There's no real reason to feel upset but for some reason I am feeling so low and I can't explain why. It's strange because sometimes I am ok laughing and joking and other times I want to hide under the duvet and not come out. My hubbie is getting tired of me being like this, he
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Started by Cupcakequeen | 2014-05-04 08:00:07
I'm struggling to lose a stone in weight and I'm attending a wedding in June so I need ideas for a quick fix! I've heard about the 5:2 diet and I wondered if anyone has had good results from it? I'm a...