Lingling is my college roommate, and we often have time for small gatherings. At the recent gathering, we spent the entire afternoon discussing the things related to the birth of children. Ling Ling cried to me that she had leakage after giving birth and felt relaxed below. When the doctor suggested treatment, she considered that the treatment cost was too high and that leakage from the baby after giving birth should be considered normal, so she did not seek treatment and did not pay much attention to this matter.
To this day, she regrets because after the operation of Uterine fibroid, she found that the following was more relaxed. Although the hospital sent free treatment, she has had her baby for more than two years, and has missed the best treatment time. It is too late to regret.
Many new mothers will be troubled by some postpartum diseases, such as postpartum urine leakage, postpartum Mastitis and postpartum menstruation. How to solve these problems?
·Postpartum leakage of urine
Don’t think that urination only occurs during pregnancy when you sneeze or laugh. Lingling has personally told us that postpartum urination can also occur. Postpartum urinary leakage is caused by varying degrees of damage to the pelvic floor muscles during delivery, resulting in a weakened ability of the pelvic floor muscles to support pelvic organs. Once coughing, sneezing, or laughing increases abdominal pressure, urine leakage can occur.
42 days to 1 year postpartum is the best time to repair pelvic floor muscles, and the golden period for repair is within six months postpartum. Usually, a pelvic floor muscle test is required at the 42nd day postpartum examination. If pelvic floor function is damaged, new mothers should grasp the golden period of repair. Postpartum mothers can do Kegel exercise or anus lifting exercise at home. In serious cases, they can go to the hospital for medical treatment.
Postpartum Mastitis often occurs within one month after delivery. When it comes on, it mainly shows redness, swelling and pain of the breast. When it is serious, it will fester. It is often accompanied by fever, general discomfort and other symptoms. It makes new mothers miserable, and even affects breastfeeding.
The reason for post delivery Mastitis is, on the one hand, because the skin of new mothers’ nipples and areolas is thin, which can easily lead to nipple damage and bacterial infection; On the other hand, because the Inverted nipple, too small nipple and other conditions lead to milk siltation, making it easier for bacteria to reproduce; Another problem is that the baby does not suck enough and does not feed on demand, which causes the new mother to swell her milk and induce Mastitis.
To prevent Mastitis, new mothers should keep their nipples clean and try to avoid damage when breast-feeding; Every time you breastfeed, you should empty the milk and use a breast pump to empty it, so as not to let the milk accumulate in the breast; If there are serious symptoms such as fever, seek medical attention promptly.
When menstruation resumes after childbirth, it is easy to experience excessive, insufficient, or irregular menstrual flow. Excessive menstrual flow may be caused by uterine injury, gynecological diseases, or other diseases. Excessive menstrual flow may be due to physical blood deficiency or traumatic bleeding. Irregular timing is mainly caused by factors such as neuroendocrine dysfunction, organic lesions, or medication.
When there is excessive, insufficient, or irregular menstrual flow, new mothers should not take medication for treatment on their own. Menstruation has stopped for a long time, and a transitional period is needed when the tide first arrives to gradually recover. If after a period of time, menstruation still does not return to normal, medical treatment should be sought.