You did it and no matter how you achieved it – whether it was with or without the aid of pain relief or assistance, whether it was a vaginal delivery or by a Caesarian, you carried your baby, nurtured and nourished her or him for up to nine months, and you have now delivered her or him into the world.
What your baby needs from you now is love and the first precious first minutes after birth that can be best expressed by putting your baby’s bare skin next to yours. Whether this is your first baby, or your second or third, now you can start to care for her or him and get to know this long-awaited new addition to your family. Take time to introduce her or him to other family members and enjoy this special time together.
Our postnatal supplements are specially formulated to help your body recover in the time after childbirth and also provide your baby with vital nutrients that they can only get through breastfeeding.
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