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  • How to access Modibodi products through the NDIS

    This blog explains how you or someone you care for can access Modibodi products through the NDIS, and why it’s a good idea to start planning this early.
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  • My postpartum in 4 words: healing, learning, raw, empowering

    I had absolutely no idea that I was going to bleed for six weeks, or what the hormones were going to do to me. I had no idea that my belly wouldn’t shrink straight away. I remember looking in the mirror straight after giving birth and asking the midwife why my belly was still a big balloon, because I guess the media portrays women ‘bouncing back’ straight after giving birth...so that’s what I thought.  

     

    Postpartum in the media is a blissful period with a new mother and her new baby. I don’t think I really saw anything about bleeding, or leaking milk, or healing from scars or stitches – stuff the media glosses over to make it look this this really beautiful period, which it can be, but it’s not the whole reality. 

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  • Modibodi partners with Gen M to talk menopause

    So much more than hot flushes, there are actually 48 symptoms of menopause, and everybody experiences them (or some of them) differently. But most people, including those in the middle of menopause, don’t even realise some of the challenges they’re facing are menopause related…and that’s because we don’t talk about it. Or not nearly enough.  
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  • My postpartum journey was joy, love...and bodily fluids

    Co-host of popular Beyond the Bump podcast, Sophie Pearce says the four words to describe her postpartum journey would be: joy, love and bodily fluids. Post-partum is like the Alanis Morrisette song “Ironic”. It’s the greatest joy paired with soul crushing exhaustion, it’s excruciatingly long nights but be careful because if you blink, you’ll miss it. It’s feeling isolated and alone while also being completely touched out and never having a second to yourself. It’s the greatest blur I have ever experienced! 
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  • My postpartum journey in four words? Magic, love, illness and loss.

    (TW: infant loss) My postpartum journey in four words? Magic, love, illness and loss. I had a different experience after each of my three births. After my first birth I didn’t have a postpartum journey, my son was terminally ill and I sat by his bed every day until my body was so exhausted I couldn’t take any more. When he died at the age of eight days, both I and the rest of the world no longer thought about my postpartum. There simply wasn’t one. 

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  • My postpartum journey was...a giant tug-of-war – being pulled from one fear to the next.

    My postpartum journey was…downright scary. Like a giant tug-of-war. Constantly being pulled from one fear to the next. The very first night I brought her home, I did what I’d been told and laid her to sleep in her crib. I lay in bed watching her sleep between those wooden bars, absolutely terrified. It all felt so wrong. She’d been living inside me for 41 weeks and now on the very first day outside my body, we weren’t supposed to be together when we slept? 

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  • There’s no better contraception than being afraid of your vagina

    My postpartum journey was confusing, lonely, embarrassing, magical...and complicated. On the one hand, I was in awe of what my body had done – and I still am – on the other, I felt embarrassed about my piles, my prolapse, my stitches. It’s hard to feel confident, empowered and the best version of yourself when you’re scared your body will let you down, especially in public or during an intimate moment. There’s nothing scarier than the thought of having sex again when you don’t even know if your stitches have healed. There’s that fear that you’ll never feel ‘normal’ again. 

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  • The 5 period conditions every woman should know about

    This week is Women’s Health Week, so we’ve rounded up a tonne of info and customer stories on the period conditions you talk to us about as a starting point to remind you to not neglect your health, get your regular check-ups, speak up if anything doesn’t feel right, and don’t think you need to suffer in silence!  
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  • Let’s get bloody heavy. It’s time to talk menorrhagia.

    It’s time to talk about HEAVY periods, or menorrhagia...a condition that’s not uncommon, that’s hard to pronounce and that’s probably not talked about as often as it should be. We’ve chatted to three women who suffer (every single month) to find out what it’s really like, how it affects their lives and what, if anything, they can do about it. But first, what IS menorrhagia?

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  • Period blood colour – what does it mean?

    Pink, red, black, brown, orange or grey? Nope, not a new kind of rainbow, it’s the spectrum of colours of period blood you might see at different stages of your cycle. But what’s normal, and which colours are cause for concern? We’ve dived into the colour wheel to give you the flowdown...

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