In October, every mother paid a lot, and finally waited until the baby fell to the ground, thinking that she could breathe a sigh of relief. In fact, 1-4 weeks after birth is actually a crucial period. After taking care, the body can recover as soon as possible. 1-4 weeks after birth, the new Mommy's physical condition is not the same, the care of the delivery and caesarean section is slightly different, the recovery of the body is gradual, and the nursing needs to be gradual, not to worry. What are the nursing points to pay attention to after 1-4 weeks postpartum? Let’s take a look!

First week after delivery

In the first week of childbirth, the mother of the delivery has basically entered the recovery phase. She can start doing some simple housework and exercise a little bit of bones; the mother of caesarean section can be discharged.

Mother of birth

[Body status] The body of the mother has entered the recovery stage. The stretch marks gradually fade, and the swollen vagina and perineum gradually return to normal, so you can sit back in your chair with confidence. During this period, brown lochia will flow out, but the amount of lochia is gradually decreasing. In addition, you can shower or wash your hair, but you can't take a bath in the bathtub.

[points of care for delivery]

1. Ask your family to help bathe your baby and you need to rest fully;

2, you can do some simple housework after a break;

3. In the state of supine, do a simple calving gymnastics; repeatedly do the action of lifting or swinging the arms and legs for 15 minutes every day.

Caesarean section mother

[Body status] The wound can be removed, but it must be thoroughly disinfected first. Although it does not affect normal activities, there will be some feeling of discomfort. Wounds may occur when you move your body, so pay special attention to the intensity of your control activities. During this period, colostrum will be converted into general breast milk.

[Key points for caesarean section care]

1. Disinfect the surgical site at home;

2. Although it does not affect walking, it cannot do heavy household chores;

3, you can simply shower.

Second week after delivery

Two weeks after childbirth, the mother's lochia will turn yellow, and the uterus will shrink to the size of an egg. The surgical site of the caesarean section will be healed and will not affect normal activities.

Mother of birth

[Body status] After 10 days of childbirth, the brown lochia will turn yellow. In the second week, the amount of lochia will be significantly reduced, and it will become a pale milky white. The amount of breast milk is relatively stable. Try breast massage before breastfeeding. After breastfeeding, the remaining breast milk should be squeezed out. During this period, the uterus shrinks into an egg size and enters the pelvis.

[points of care for delivery]

1, after childbirth, should pay attention to keep warm, can not catch cold, can not drink cold water or eat cold food;

2, the weight gradually reduced, but can not do excessive family matters; when doing simple housework, if you feel tired, you should stop and rest immediately;

3. You can't take a bath in the bathtub.

Caesarean section mother

[Physical Status] The body becomes more flexible and does not affect normal activities when it is discharged from the hospital. The surgical site also healed, and the brown lochia also turned yellow, and the amount of lochia was significantly reduced. During this period, some mothers will have postpartum depression and be alert.

[Key points for caesarean section care]

1. The surgical site is basically healed, but there may be inflammation. The wound must be re-wrapped every morning and evening.

2, the speed of recovery in bed all day is slower, you should do some simple housework.

Third week after delivery

Whether it is a mother who is a child, or a mother who has a caesarean section, the body is basically back to normal. You can do simple housework and gradually find the rhythm of life before pregnancy.

[Body state] With the disappearance of yellow lochia, the body and mood become extraordinarily relaxed; the mother with postpartum depression will gradually stabilize her mood. After the third week of childbirth, if postpartum depression does not improve, you should consult a professional physician. If you feel tired, stop immediately and don't let your body get tired.

[Nursing points]

1. Starting from the third week after giving birth, you can take care of your baby alone and take a nap with your baby.

2. Gradually adapt to daily life such as housework and baby care, and slowly return to the rhythm of prenatal life;

3, it is best to choose a shower.

Fourth week after delivery

The wounds of the perineum and the surgical site of caesarean section are completely healed, so the normal rhythm of life can be restored. During this period, the first health check is to be received and a preventive vaccine is given.

[Body state] Yellow lochia gradually turns white, and the flow rate is also significantly reduced; pay attention to controlling diet and preventing obesity. If you want to insist on breastfeeding, you should maintain a balanced diet.

[Nursing points]

1. The baby performs a health check for the first time. Not only check the developmental status of the baby, but also check the abnormal symptoms of the torticollis, dislocation of the bones and joints, and vaccination vaccines;

2, the mother needs to check the recovery of the uterus, while measuring blood pressure and checking anemia;

3, under the premise of physical strength, do some housework properly, but can not overweight items; can not ride the bumpy means of transportation;

4, began to do postpartum weight loss exercise.

Most postpartum mothers will become more sensitive, especially when they are taking care of their baby day and night. When the sleep is seriously insufficient, the mood will be more unstable. Everything about the baby is easily magnified and becomes irrational. At this point, the family should give more support to the new mother, reduce the burden of the new mother from the action, and at the same time give the new mother a certain psychological comfort, so that the new mother's tight nerves can relax. New Mommy also needs to learn to adjust her emotions, learn to release stress, and avoid postpartum depression.


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