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Hi, I'm Maria Elliott and I'm founder of Mummy M.O.T. which is a postnatal check for moms after they've had a baby.I'm here today to share with you some ideas that are really important for your postnatal recovery.Tip number two would be, to make sure that you have a roadmap planned for after delivery.It's important to get the pelvic floor checked, tummy checked, posture, and how you're moving so that you can get strong again to lift your baby and return to sport and activity.So the roadmap you will map out when to have the pelvic floor checked ideally at six weeks, and then at twelve weeks you would check jumping, hopping, much more active tests before you return to exercise.
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