Breast not only shows the curvy beauty of women, it also bears the responsibility of nurturing the next generation. Women’s breasts will change greatly during pregnancy, lactation and weaning. In these three special periods, women should know how to care for breasts correctly. Otherwise, breasts are easy to play petty temper. If there are various breast problems, it will be difficult to recover at that time.

Breast Changes during Pregnancy and Nursing Care

Shortly after Xiaohua found out she was pregnant, she felt swollen breasts, so she rushed to the hospital to consult a doctor. Originally, from about 8 weeks of pregnancy, the breasts of pregnant mothers will gradually become larger, the whole pregnancy down, some of the cups of pregnant mothers will even increase by two or three yards. Pre-pregnancy floret is only a cup A breast woman, but after pregnancy she let her cup upgrade, even her husband marveled at her more and more curved beauty.

After 6 months of pregnancy, pregnant mothers can massage their breasts properly by holding their breasts with their hands, massaging them from the bottom of the breast to the nipple direction, and kneading the nipples to increase flexibility, so as to prepare for postpartum breast-feeding.

In addition, when purchasing underwear, pregnant mothers should consider appropriate size relaxation. As your breasts grow and your abdomen swells, your underwear should also be enlarged accordingly. Pregnant women can also consider buying breast-feeding underwear, so postpartum breast-feeding can also be applied.

Breast changes during lactation and nursing care

Within 2-3 days after delivery, in order to ensure that the newborn has enough milk, the body of the new mother secretes milk rapidly under the action of prolactin, and the breasts become bulging and firm.

During this period, the milk is easy to accumulate, resulting in breast nodules, and even acute mastitis. Therefore, before each breast feeding, the new mother should rub or hot compress the breast, so as to ensure smooth milk secretion. Let the baby suck more, can also make the breast more smooth, stimulate the secretion of more milk.

With the establishment of regular breast-feeding, breasts will regularly fill and empty, then fill and empty, breasts with the rule of feeding and show corresponding size changes. At this time, the new mother to do breast care, otherwise prone to mastitis and other issues, not only the mother to suffer, the baby may not be able to eat milk oh. In addition, novice mothers should adopt the right feeding methods to prevent the baby from biting the nipple and affecting the feeding.

Breast Change and Nursing after Weaning

Generally speaking, if new mothers do not breast-feed after delivery, they will face the problem of weaning, and the size of breasts will inevitably change. If the postpartum weight is restored to the pre-pregnancy weight, theoretically the breast will return to its original size, will not become larger, will not become smaller. Some new mothers can’t accept the nightmare of postpartum breast shrinkage and sagging. So what should we do? Teach you two ways to restore strong breasts!

First trick: Lose weight reasonably

If a new mother loses weight quickly during postpartum weight loss, her over-inflated chest will shrink rapidly, leading to skin relaxation and breast sagging. In short, postpartum weight loss needs to be gradual, and at the same time, moderate massage for the breasts, so that the breasts will not be like a roller coaster.

Second trick: Choose the right bra

Postpartum new mothers should wear appropriate bras according to breast changes to provide good breast support, which is the key to prevent breast sagging. The appropriate bra is suitable for the current breast condition of new mothers. If the size is too small and too tight, it will oppress the breast and affect the normal development of the breast. If the size is too large and too loose, it will not play a supporting role and easily lead to breast sagging.

Mothers understand the changes and nursing of breasts during pregnancy, lactation and weaning. Finally, let me say that women should take good care of their breasts!


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