Mothers Choice Blog

Pelvic Floor Exercises and Toning Balls

You might not know much or maybe nothing at all about your pelvic floor but we can help you with that. The pelvic floor is made up of muscles that support important organs such as the uterus, rectum, vagina and bladder. Pelvic floor exercises (called Kegel exercises), are done to ...
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Sandra Hass is on BIV’s Latest List of Largest Female-Led Businesses

When she started Mother’s Choice Products 25 years ago, nurse Sandra Hass was looking for a new way to help support her busy husband and three young children while at the same time, giving herself the time to actually take care of them. She certainly never expected to become one ...
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Beauty and the Beast (wrinkles!)

Plastic surgeries, lasers, chemical peels – there are millions of procedures people undergo to hide the signs of aging. As a rule, they are pretty costly and, unfortunately, only lessen the appearance of the problem rather than solving it. But don’t worry! Nature has its way of aiding us, and ...
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Vacationing and Pumping

Taking your first vacation away from your little one? You may have questions about how to keep up your milk supply while you are away. Here are some tips: 1. Bring a portable, light, effective breast pump & extra pumping parts with you 2. Bring a hand pump as back ...
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Why are the first weeks of breastfeeding so intense?

The first few weeks of breastfeeding can feel quite overwhelming. It's a learning time for both you and your baby, each of you getting a feel for each other. Your baby is slowly discovering how to breastfeed and find comfort outside the security of your womb. You are learning how ...
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How to get the “feel” for breastfeeding.

There are countless articles, books, and websites that explain everything you need to know about how to breastfeed. These instructions, however, often ignore the fact that breastfeeding is an interactive experience, dependent on the communication between you and your baby. It’s not a matter of placing Point A (baby’s mouth) ...
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What is a Labour Tens Machine and how does it work?

The pain experienced during labour is different for every woman and can vary pregnancy to pregnancy. Preferences on how to manage that pain also differ, and each expecting mom will have her own ideal plan. Researching the available options is an important step in preparing for your labour. What is ...
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Latching and breastfeeding positions to reduce nipple pain

In the early weeks of breastfeeding, you may experience sore or tender nipples. Tender nipples from breastfeeding are normal during the first week or two. Establishing a proper latch from the start will minimize nipple soreness and help you and your baby get the most from your breastfeeding experience. Your ...
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Breastfeeding at Night – How Do You Know When to Stop?

Have you been told that your baby doesn’t need, or shouldn't be breastfeeding at night past a certain age? The age in question tends to vary depending on the well-meaning advisor. However, science tells us that in many cases, this simply isn’t true. All babies and mothers are unique, and ...
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Tips for Storing and Handling Your Breast Milk

Whether you are an exclusive pumper or you only pump occasionally, it's important to know the do's and don'ts of properly storing, freezing, and thawing your breast milk. What do I need to know about storing my breast milk? Here we'll answer some frequently asked question as well as offer ...
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