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Monthly Archives: September 2020

Postpartum Family Planning- The 6 Best Methods Ever

The most effective postpartum family planning method is of course abstinence but we all know that abstinence is obsolete hence we review the very best methods following delivery that ensures over 99% effectiveness in this post. Postpartum family planning (PPFP) is the process of undertaking a means of preventing an unintended and unplanned pregnancy within the first year of giving…

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Postpartum Afterpains – The Pain of Involution

Following the delivery of your baby, the joy of being a mother is temporarily interrupted by this pain that comes following delivery as the womb starts to undergo involution to return to its prepregnancy state. This pain of involution is also called afterpains. Postpartum afterpains is a normal event that can occur following your delivery and you need to be…

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Episiotomy Infection: Care and Treatment

Episiotomy is a surgical incision made on the perineum and the posterior vaginal wall during delivery to enlarge the diameter of the vaginal outlet and expedite delivery of the baby. The incision is usually given using the episiotomy scissors. You have to take care of your episiotomy by following aseptic techniques as it can easily get infected if not properly…

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Postpartum Stretch Marks – The Solution.

  Stretch marks are those little scar-like tears on your skin. They are a normal accompaniment of pregnancy. Your development of stretch marks depends on your skin’s genetic predisposition to weight gain. Postpartum stretch marks usually starts developing from around the 5th month of pregnancy when the abdomen and the other body parts that are predisposed start adding fat deposits…

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How To Lose Postpartum Belly Fat Fast

The Genesis Postpartum belly fat develops after pregnancy due to the impact of your pregnancy on the muscles and fascia of the anterior abdominal wall. As your uterus enlarges with the gradual increase in the size of your baby to accommodate the pregnancy, your pregnancy starts exerting pressure and tension on your abdominal muscles with resultant diasthasis recti of your…

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