Meet LEIA - she'll take care of you,
so you can take care of your baby.
Just given birth and feeling lost? Pregnant and unprepared?
LEIA helps you have a happier, healthier entry into motherhood.
During pregnancy you get all the info you need, birth classes and instant access to your midwife. You have an overload of pregnancy apps that compares your baby with a fruit and what symptoms you will be experiencing in that trimester. And everyone asks YOU how you're feeling.
No one talks to you about that time after your baby is born. The focus shifts to the baby and you’re left all alone, googling answers to the millions of questions in your head. Is it normal to mourn my old self? Will I ever sleep again? Is it supposed to bleed like this? What if sex hurts?
Oh shit, I’m peeing my pants!
We created LEIA to prepare and support you during those first crucial first months after your delivery. To make you feel seen, heard and informed. Made by mamas, backed by experts.
How the app works
1. Personalized content
The right information for your needs
Difficult to sift through the information that fits you? All mothers have unique challenges and questions. Some of us give birth by C-section, or get a tear, enjoys the role of mother, or misses our old self.
When you tell us about yourself, LEIA matches with the information you need.
All knowledge is evidence-based and fact-checked.
2. Daily check-ins
Track, understand and improve your health
Lost among all emotions and symptoms? Give yourself time to check in with yourself and your body. With LEIA you can follow your physical and
mental state, and you and your midwife can detect complications in time. Besides, all mothers need some time for self-care.
Heal and strengthen your Mama Body.
Struggling to feel at home in your new bod? Don’t worry, it can take up to a year for the body to find itself after childbirth. With a plan tailored to your type of birth, your temple can recover in the best possible way.
CO-DEVELOPED WITH MIDWIVES
AND MEDICAL EXPERTS
Don't ask Google, check with LEIA instead!
Get medically vetted information from experts tailored to you. LEIA gives you access to information from a whole bunch of experts in breastfeeding, physical and mental recovery and parenting.
We use a combination of science, AI and self lived experiences of motherhood to give women knowledge about their own health and the power to change it for the better
Your fourth trimester
A pregnancy is divided into the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimester. The 4th occurs when the baby is out and lasts for three months up to a year. This is a time when the body heals from birth, hormones go bananas and life is totally changed.
A bit like a roller-coaster, where down is up and up is down. One day you're floating in mommy euphoria, the next you're sobbing in a chorus with your baby. Your body will do weird things, even hurt.
With knowledge, you can prepare. LEIA makes it easier by empowering you with knowledge. Because becoming a mother should make you feel powerful, not powerless.
What moms say about the app
"I wish I had LEIA when I gave birth to my first child. I would have a made a world of difference"
“Now i HAVE to get my third baby so I can use your app”
"I’m positively surprised that LEIA will check in with me everyday, because no-one else does"
Founded by mothers who are passionate about women's health
We know mamas, we are mamas. And we feel that mamas deserve more knowledge about the postpartum period. Babies are amazing, but so are mums. Doesn't matter if you've pushed your darling out of your womb, or had your abdominal muscles cut open. You're a fighter, a protector and force of nature and that's why we chose the name LEIA, meaning Lioness in Latin.
No woman is an island, we believe every new mum needs a dream team. So we've put it together for you. Behind LEIA are marvelous mums and women's health specialists: midwives, gynecologists, breastfeeding experts, parenting coaches, physiotherapists, postnatal depression specialists, and more.
No mother should be left alone with her feelings and symptoms. Or be afraid to ask for help because of shame or taboos.
/Astrid och Sandra