One of the major problems that bothers new mothers after childbirth is menstruation. Many new mothers report to the editor that their menstruation is not on time. For the arrival of the first postpartum menstruation, many new mothers are more concerned about it. If the menstruation is delayed, many girls are worried about it! The “resurgence” after delivery seems to be the reassurance of the new mother’s health, and tension is inevitable.

Postpartum menstruation is a certain rule, new mothers might as well put down their worries, understand the postpartum menstruation “not punctual”, “irregular” reasons, and then symptomatic conditioning!

1. The first menstruation of postpartum is most affected by lactation. Generally speaking, the more times of breast-feeding and the longer the time of breast-feeding, the later the menstrual recovery time; as the baby begins to add complementary food, the frequency of breast-feeding and sucking time will change, so the earlier the baby adds complementary food, the frequency of breast-feeding and sucking time will be correspondingly reduced, and the time of menstrual recovery will be correspondingly advanced.

2. If the new mother does not feed, menstruation usually comes within 6-8 weeks after delivery. Lactation of new mothers, 12 weeks after delivery, about a small number of people will resume ovulation and menstruation, most of the new mothers usually to 18 weeks to fully restore ovulation function.

3. The time of postpartum “recuperation” varies from person to person. In addition to the influence of lactation, it is also related to the time when the baby began to add complementary food, maternal age, ovarian function and endocrine function recovery. Some babies recover at the full moon, some wait until a year before menstruation; most people’s first menstruation is more than usual, the second menstruation is restored, these are normal phenomena.

Tips for postpartum menstrual conditioning:

Daily work and rest are normal. Pay attention to appropriate calcium, more rest, strengthen nutrition, appropriate exercise, this can play a certain preventive role. If the time is irregular for a long time, it is recommended to go to the hospital to find out the specific reasons and then make corresponding treatment.

Pay attention to keep your mood happy. Depression or depression often makes menstrual volume decrease or even amenorrhea, while emotional stress can increase menstrual volume and advance menstruation.

> > participate in the activities appropriately. Avoid being too comfortable and lazy. In addition, we should take more rest to avoid overwork.

> > for new mothers who have long-term postpartum menstruation and do not return to the tide, we should be alert to the possibility of pregnancy again. Postpartum menstruation is relatively late, most of the mothers have ovulated before the first menstrual cycle, so even if the mother’s menstruation does not recur, it may also be pregnant.


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