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Question: Hii.. im 2 month old baby mother .. mere c section huva hai.. to next physical relation ke liye kitna gap dena chahiye..? Our kya precautions lena chahiye ..?
Answer: First congratulations to you and your family for the arrival of your bundle of joy. C sec recovery is a crucial time. You can't be ignorant towards it. To deliver the baby your doc has cut many layers(skin fat muscles tissues etc) are cut, wch is later sewn back. Its more then necessary for you to give time for your stitches to heal to avoid any complications in future and be able to carry out normal routine. And thus doesn't happen in a day or week or for that matter in a month. It takes minimum of 3 months for your internal stitches to heal and another 3 for external healing. Therefore you need to avoid sex atleast for 3 months.
Question: hlw mommies,, meri delivery c- section se 4th march ko hui thi,, mai ye janna chahti hu k after c-section kitne din tk bleeding hoti h,, meri avi tk ho rhi h.
Answer: It’s completely normal however its always better to let ur doc know about it as he knows abt ur health n medical condition better. This blood is called lochia, and is a type of vaginal discharge. It will start off heavy in the days just after birth, and taper off within a 1-1.5month of giving birth. When the blood tapers off, it should start to become watery and turn yellow or white. It may be alarming to see that much blood after giving birth, but it’s important to remember that the amount of blood in your body rises by 50% during pregnancy, so your body is ready for this type of heavy blood loss.
Question: helo moms Aaj Mai hospital gai thi, Muje doc ne 15 fab ko admit hone K liye kaha h, c section k liye doc Boli k frst baby mera c section se hui h to second b c section se hoga, m worried bcos mai normal delivery Chah rhi thi, or Aaj mera scan b hua Usme heart rate 146 aai h isse 15 days phle scan kraya tha usme 126 aai thi m confused k kya hoga plz tell me
Answer: mostly doctor suggest C section if you have already a baby through C section and the heart rate cannot predict the sex of your baby. There are lots of old wives’ tales surrounding pregnancy. You may have heard that your baby’s heart rate can predict their sex as early as the first trimester. If it’s over 140 bpm, you’re having a baby girl. Below 140 bpm, you’re carrying a boy. The truth is, your baby’s heart will likely start beating sometime around week 6 of your pregnancy. You can even see and measure this flicker of light on an ultrasound. The beats per minute (bpm) start at a slow 90 to 110 bpm and increase daily. They continue to increase until they peak around week 9, between 140 and 170 bpm for boys and girls alike.