Vaginal vs. C-section Recovery: How Will Your Postpartum Differ?
Your postpartum period will look different depending on how you deliver your baby. Doula Kelli Blinn is sharing some things to expect as you heal.
Black Pregnancy and Doula Care: Why It’s More Important Than Ever
Doulas can help you create a birth plan, provide comfort measures during labor, advocate for you with medical staff, and support you during the postpartum period. Their goal is to ensure you have the best birth experience possible on your own terms.
ICYMI: Mae’s Clinical Director, Dr. Michelle Owens Drops Some Knowledge on Diabetes
Good news – according to Dr. Owens, most people diagnosed with gestational diabetes will experience it as a pregnancy-related phenomenon. In case you missed Mae’s Clinical Director on IG, read on for more on how to stay vigilant about your pregnancy health.
Cervical Cancer Awareness Month May Be Ending, But Prevention Happens All Year Long – What Black Women Need To Know
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. It may be ending, but doula Kelli Blinn has some advice to consider all year long. Here is what Black women should know.
ICYMI: Pelvic Floor 101 with Rachel Nicks
Pelvic Floor Health is so important – both during pregnancy and postpartum, and beyond. We sat down with Rachel Nicks of Birth Queen to discuss proper pelvic floor engagement.
The Political & Radical Renaissance of Black Breastfeeding
Morgan White, Director of Birth Equity Advocacy Project, shares a guest blog post in honor or Black Breastfeeding Week.
Join Mae for Black Breastfeeding Week!
It’s Black Breastfeeding Week and Mae is serving up conversations, community and resources to support you on your journey!
Feeling The Burn? Let Us Help You Avoid Mom Burnout Before It Brings You Down
Mom Martyrdom is common. But it shouldn’t be. Before you burn yourself out, check out these tips to keep your mom life balanced.
Benefits of Skin-to-Skin: The Golden Hour Has Real Health Benefits For You And Your Baby
Those first moments after delivery are so important for bonding, and for you and your baby’s health. Read all about Skin-to-Skin.
Looking To Get Moving Again After Baby? We’re Debunking Postpartum Fitness Myths
Eager to get moving after baby? Read on for safe postpartum fitness tips and myths.