Guiding mums along their postnatal journey
Providing women the support and information they need to be informed, empowered, healthy and happy mums, ready to face motherhood and all its challenges head on.
How it works?
Mumie will guide you through your postnatal recovery by helping you to understand the changes in your body and emotions. Through an easy to use symptom checking tool, symptoms of concern will be highlighted and you will be directed to reliable, evidence based information detailing what to expect, when to worry, and how you can access support.
Got a question about your recovery? Our symptom checker will allow you to check in on your physical health, mental health and ensure you are ready to return to work by accessing our Return to work MOT. The symptom checker will direct you evidence based articles written by the Mumie team and highlight symptoms of concern, pointing you in the right direction for support.
Library of informative guides
Want to know more about what happens as you recover from birth? Or just wanting an answer to a quick question? Our library is packed full of up to date information that you can trust, written by doctors and midwives, ready to be accessed day or night - whenever you need it. You can search for what you're looking for, or by using the symptom checker you'll be directed to articles specific to your needs.
Keep on track with reminders
Being a mum is a busy job; with a new baby to care for it's easy to forget about yourself and your needs. Mumie has a simple reminders system, giving you a nudge towards our top recommendations to support your recovery.
A postnatal community
Find your village. Talking and gaining support from other mums is invaluable. All users will be invited to join a social platform community where they can meet others and share their experiences #teammumie
What mums think ...
''If this had been around when I had just had my baby, I would have had an entirely different experience''
''It feels like you are going through a journey in the questioning, like chatting to your GP. I have all the information I need in one place, that I know is reliable and I can trust”