Most of us have heard of postpartum (after delivery) depression, but mood disorders can occur at any phase of a pregnancy. Perinatal refers to the time both before and after the baby’s birth. This kind of depression is different from the more common weepy exhaustion that many new mothers feel the first few days after giving birth, when their hormones are shifting rapidly, and their sleep is interrupted by caring for the baby.
Our bones support us through life, help maintain posture and make it possible to move. Although our bones appear to be as solid as a rock.
When we are developing inside our own mothers, as mammals, we develop what’s known as a milk line that extends from the underarms to the groin.