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Navy ends postpartum ‘wellness’ PFA for new Navy moms

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The Navy is nixing the postpartum “wellness” physical fitness assessment, or PFA, that new mothers in the fleet had been taking in recent years after giving birth, per the recommendation of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery’s Office of Women’s Health.

The wellness physical fitness assessment program included the body composition assessment and the physical readiness test as part of an unofficial evaluation for postpartum sailors that took place six to nine months after giving birth.

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