Adjusting to everyday life after the birth of a baby has its challenges, especially if you’re a new mother. Although it’s important to care for your baby, you also have to take care of yourself.
The postpartum period refers to the first six weeks after childbirth. This is a joyous time, but it’s also a period of adjustment and healing for mothers.
Most new mothers don't return to work for at least the first six weeks after birth. This allows time to adapt and develop a new normal. Since a baby has to be fed and changed often, you may experience sleepless nights. It can be frustrating and tiresome. The good news is that you'll eventually fall into a routine. In the meantime, here’s what you can do for an easier transition:
Adjusting to Motherhood
Coping with Body Changes
Life After Delivery
Your baby's health
Feeding your baby
Mental Health and baby
Caring For Vaginal Stiches
Train Your Pelvic Floor
Foods For Postpartum Recovery
Postpartum Warning Sign
C-Section: Recovery Essentials
C-section: Tips for fast recovery
Exercises to help with your C-section recovery
Ways to Ease Constipation After a C-section
How to Enjoy Sex after a C-section
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