1 in 5 women suffer with PGP. We need to talk more about pelvic pain in pregnancy and its effects. My personal story.

Introduction: This week’s post features… well, me. I started this blog for many reasons; ¬†mainly to give people across Norwich who are doing amazing things to benefit others, a platform to speak on (not many people like to blow their own trumpet!) Also, to raise awareness and to share positive news stories across social mediaContinue reading “1 in 5 women suffer with PGP. We need to talk more about pelvic pain in pregnancy and its effects. My personal story.”

Pregnancy loss and the charity giving hope to families. The stories of Tara, Lauren and Sarah.

To leave a hospital without a baby is the cruellest thing. Dealing with it took over my life. I am using the blog post this week to highlight the service of TimeNorfolk and to raise awareness so that hopefully other families will be able to benefit from this¬†charity. If you are affected at all asContinue reading “Pregnancy loss and the charity giving hope to families. The stories of Tara, Lauren and Sarah.”

Who needs a Mummy MOT? Pregnancy and post-natal wellbeing. The story of Rosie Taylor.

“Up to half of all women experience weakness in both the abdominal muscles and pelvic muscles after pregnancy. You don’t have to put up with it. I can help you to achieve a stronger post-natal body.” Some women thrive on being pregnant, others simply survive. For me, it wasn’t plain-sailing, a condition called pelvic girdleContinue reading “Who needs a Mummy MOT? Pregnancy and post-natal wellbeing. The story of Rosie Taylor.”