Answer: Hello dear...
To reduce weight after delivery,follow these remedies it might be helpful for you...
Exclusive breastfeeding till six months
Include more veggies and fruits in your diet, avoid oil, fried foods
Go for healthy snack option like dry fruits, makhana..
Limit the intake of carbohydrate, include whole wheat, oats, millets
Drink 2 to 3 litre water daily
Start exercising but after six months, slowly start with walking then go for mild exercise, yoga will help a lot
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Question: How to reduce post pregnancy belly? It's been 3 months but still my belly looks the same as before.. kindly suggest some tips please
Answer: Hi dear,
Go easy post delivery and donot rush to loose weight.it took 9 months for you to gradually gain that baby weight,so go slow.first two.months avoid any kind of high intensity work out.brusk walking should be good.start yoga by 3 months .and by 1 year ,join gym and can do normal workouts,provided you do not hurt your back by lifting heavy weights.ideally by 2 years post delivery,one can get back to high intensity work outs.breast feeding really helps in loosing all the fat naturally.so continue brestfeeding at least till 1 year to loose the fat faster.eat healthy ,do not crash diet,else that would take a toll on your health and breast milk supply.drink plenty of water to increase metabolism too.
Question: For me 8weeks but my belly looks like 4 months now only
Answer: The important thing to remember, is that there is no right size for your bump. All women, and all pregnancies, are unique. Bump size can be influenced by lots of factors, including:
the number of pregnancies – first pregnancies tend to be smaller bumps because tummy muscles are tighter
the number of babies – women carrying multiples often have bigger bumps
the amount of fluid – it’s not just baby in there, the amount of fluid in your uterus could also affect your bump size
the baby’s position – you may notice that your bump changes shape each time your baby changes position
your posture – your bump may look bigger or smaller if you stand in certain ways
Your body structure - height, weight, hip size etc
Question: My baby girl is loosing weight continuesly after birth please give me some advice for her weight
Answer: Please tell me what is your baby's weight at the time of birth and what is your baby's age and what is her current weight
Generally baby tends to lose weight by 10% in first week
But after that they gain it back within 10 to 15 days
once they’re back to their birth weight, new born babies gain 1to 2 pounds a month.
You can ask pediatrician to monitor your baby’s weight