It is said that women have made great sacrifices in giving birth to children, and indeed, great sacrifices have to be made both in their careers and in their own bodies. Postpartum pelvis enlarged, buttocks bigger, waist thicker… How can we change the past tense into the present progressive tense when women are insulated from the “slim” and the proud figure before they produce them? How can we not waste those beautiful skirt pants before pregnancy? Can the enlarged pelvis shrink back?

First, the pain of postpartum pelvis becomes bigger.

Is it a natural disaster?

Pleasant Mother: I used to hear that spontaneous births make pelvic bones bigger and buttocks bigger. When I wasn’t pregnant, my buttocks were bigger. After spontaneous births, my pants couldn’t be worn. I wonder if I could retract them.

I was delighted to see that my colleague in the next office came back to work from a maternity check-up just like her, but she was still slim and envious of her mother. One of the eldest sisters in the office whispered to Xinyue’s mother that she would make her pelvis so big just because she chose to have a natural birth.

In fact, the embarrassment faced by mom is still what most moms need to face. In fact, in order to adapt to childbirth, women secrete relaxin during pregnancy to make some pelvic joints relatively loose adhesion. This process occurs in both cesarean and vaginal delivery, so a woman’s body shape changes as long as she is pregnant.

Two, is it possible to lean back?

The idea of making the pelvis bigger is one-sided.

For some urban women, body deformation not only damages their self-confidence, but also may destroy their career prospects. Many people on the Internet are talking about it. After birth, about 70% of the pelvis can not be naturally retracted. It’s true that childbirth causes a change in a woman’s body, and it’s true that the pelvis gets bigger, but childbirth isn’t the only factor that causes the pelvis to get bigger.

On the other hand, after birth, women tend to have problems similar to pelvic dislocation. Therefore, the use of abdominal bandage is unavoidable during the month, its main role is to fix the pelvis, while also have the effect of crotch, prevent pelvic dislocation. Under the professional pelvic reduction, it can retract at least 2-3 centimeters.

Three. How to reduce pelvic bones after delivery?

Proper exercise is necessary.

Of course, there are many professional shrink reduction surgery in the market. It sounds like a horrible osteotomy, but it doesn’t hurt very much. You might hear the bone “click-click” all the way through the correction, but it’s just the bone that’s back where it was. If the situation is not particularly serious, two or three times can achieve good results.

In addition to professional shrinking, the proper exercise of new moms is also necessary. The following two exercises are the first choice:

Horizontal Exercise: Lie on your back with your hips on the edge of the bed and your legs hanging out straight without touching the ground. Hold your hands against the bedside to prevent slipping. Close your legs together, slowly raise them up, close to your upper body, and straighten your knees. When your legs reach the top of your body, hold your legs in your hands, push them to the abdomen, and keep your knees straight. Then slowly put down and restore your legs to your original position.

Vertical Exercise: Standing, legs differently apart, contraction of the buttocks on both sides of the muscle, so that it coerced, forming a thigh close, knee turn, and then contraction of the sphincter, so that the vagina upward movement, after patient exercise, you can learn to distinguish between vaginal and anal sphincter contraction, improve vaginal relaxation.

Postpartum body recovery, exercise is necessary, but with dolls, household chores, work and so on are hampering the mother, so that the mothers are difficult to adhere to. Sports can not be persistent effect will be a big discount, in order to reproduce the proud figure, to regain self-confidence, mothers must refuel, persist!


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