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Postpartum Maternity Care Gaps with BabyCenter’s Robin Hilmantel

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Today Dr. Dan interviews Babycenter’s Robin Hilmantel about Babycenter’s recent research around "No mom left behind: Addressing postpartum maternity care gaps” and related maternal health support (US).

Dr. Dan and Robin discuss several BabyCenter survey findings including:

*Moms are facing a support crisis in the months immediately following birth, according to the BabyCenter survey. At home, moms are too often left to piece together their own postpartum care while balancing that with the health and well-being of their newborn.

*As a result of a baby-focused approach to postnatal care, more moms feel prepared to care for their newborn (65%) than they do to care for themselves (47%).

*First-time moms struggle with postpartum self-care: Only 38% feel properly prepared to take care of their own physical and emotional needs after giving birth.

BabyCenter is the world's number one digital parenting resource reaching millions of new and expectant parents each month. The BabyCenter team conducts original research with a vision to create a world of healthy pregnancies, thriving children, and confident parents.

Robin Hilmantel is the senior director of editorial strategy and growth at BabyCenter. Before joining the BabyCenter team, Hilmantel was the digital director at Women's Health. Robin has more than 14 years of experience in health and lifestyle journalism. For more information visit www.babycenter.com.

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Today Dr. Dan interviews Babycenter’s Robin Hilmantel about Babycenter’s recent research around "No mom left behind: Addressing postpartum maternity care gaps” and related maternal health support (US).

Dr. Dan and Robin discuss several BabyCenter survey findings including:

*Moms are facing a support crisis in the months immediately following birth, according to the BabyCenter survey. At home, moms are too often left to piece together their own postpartum care while balancing that with the health and well-being of their newborn.

*As a result of a baby-focused approach to postnatal care, more moms feel prepared to care for their newborn (65%) than they do to care for themselves (47%).

*First-time moms struggle with postpartum self-care: Only 38% feel properly prepared to take care of their own physical and emotional needs after giving birth.

BabyCenter is the world's number one digital parenting resource reaching millions of new and expectant parents each month. The BabyCenter team conducts original research with a vision to create a world of healthy pregnancies, thriving children, and confident parents.

Robin Hilmantel is the senior director of editorial strategy and growth at BabyCenter. Before joining the BabyCenter team, Hilmantel was the digital director at Women's Health. Robin has more than 14 years of experience in health and lifestyle journalism. For more information visit www.babycenter.com.

Email your parenting questions to Dr. Dan podcast@drdanpeters.com (we might answer on a future episode).

Follow us @parentfootprintpodcast (Instagram, Facebook) and @drdanpeters (X).

Please listen, follow, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

For more information:

www.exactlyrightmedia.com

www.drdanpeters.com

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