Mother breastfeeding infant.

Postpartum support

After giving birth, take care of yourself and your little one with postpartum support from ProHealth Care.

Breastfeeding guidance

Breastfeeding gives your baby lifelong health benefits, but feeding successfully takes practice. Turn to ProHealth Care for:

Talk to a lactation consultant

Lactation consultants are breastfeeding specialists who can help you prevent or solve problems related to breastfeeding your baby. To speak with a lactation consultant at ProHealth Care, call 262-928-7650.

Postpartum depression

Many women feel the “baby blues” for a week or two after delivering a baby. Hormone changes may contribute to worry, sadness and fatigue. But if these feelings make it hard for you to care for yourself or your family, you may have postpartum depression (PPD). Medication, counseling and support groups can help. Explore behavioral health services at ProHealth Care.

Pelvic floor care

Pregnancy and childbirth may weaken or injure the muscles that hold in place your pelvic organs (including the bladder, uterus, vagina and bowels). Occasionally this can cause ongoing pain or feelings of heaviness in the pelvic area. Ask your doctor if you’d benefit from urogynecology services.

Infant loss support

If you experience a miscarriage or loss of a baby, bereavement support services can help you and your family grieve.

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Upcoming events

  • Jan
    23
    Saturday
    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Participate in a virtual Q & A after completing the online class content.
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    25
    Monday
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Thriving, a new program designed to help you manage any appearance-related side effects of your treatment.
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    26
    Tuesday
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Attend this virtual program to uncover whether IF can help you manage your diet, how to apply it alongside healthy eating habits, and its potential pitfalls.

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