Under the premise of family planning, every couple can only have one baby. Therefore, the sexual life of new mothers will face a problem of postpartum contraception. Many new mothers choose abortion because they do not know how to use scientific contraception, resulting in a short-term second pregnancy, which is also a great harm to new mothers.
The recovery of postpartum menstruation varies from person to person
After giving birth, new mothers have to undergo a one-month recovery process. But the time of menstrual recovery varies from person to person. Some new mothers resume menstruation after 2 months, and some new mothers resume menstruation after their first birthday. What is the reason for this?
From a medical point of view, the ovaries of new mothers begin to ovulate in about 33-42 days after delivery. If the new mother does not breast-feed the baby, menstruation usually resumes within 6-8 weeks after delivery. If a new mother breasts-feeds herself, most people will not fully resume ovulation until 18 weeks after delivery.
Here, I would like to remind you not to confuse postpartum lochia with menstruation.
After delivery, the vagina will discharge blood secretion like menstruation, which is bleeding from placenta implantation, mixed with secretions such as decidua, tissue debris and mucus remaining in the uterus, called lochia. With the increase of postpartum time, the amount of lochia decreases gradually, the color becomes lighter, and the odor gradually disappears. Some new mothers have lochia that lasts until the first menstruation after delivery.
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Page 1: Postpartum menstrual recovery varies from person to person
Page 2: Contraception is also needed after childbirth without menstruation
Page 3: Three methods of postpartum contraception
Page 4: Contraceptive methods after cesarean section