During pregnancy, the white line will begin to soften and expand, separating the second layer of the rectus abdominis muscle to accommodate the growing fetus. The separation of this muscle is called the separation of the rectus abdominis.
After 3-4 days of production, you will find about 2-4 fingers wide of space. When the muscle strength begins to increase, this space will shrink, becoming the width of only one finger left.
You can get through this stage as early as possible through some simple exercises, and at the same time, you need to start engaging in more powerful exercises to restore the muscles to their original shape and strength.
Lie on your back, bend your knees, and place your feet on the ground or bed. Pull hard on your abdominal muscles and lift your head and shoulders off the ground. At the same time, extend one hand horizontally towards the sole of the foot. Place the finger of the other hand under the navel, and you can feel two powerful rectus abdominis muscles exerting force
What kind of surgery is abdominal surgery?
The surgical anesthesia method is also epidural anesthesia or intravenous anesthesia, and the entire process is usually between 1 and 2 hours. Generally, the cutting edge is larger than that of breast tightening surgery, with a slightly arched shape – along the hairline of the pubic hair, where the skin and fat on the stomach are separated from the abdominal muscles. Remove excess fat and skin, then tighten muscles. The part of tightening muscles is important because if you only remove fat, the muscles will still be relaxed and the effect will not be good.
If the surgery is performed in a highly experienced hospital, the risk is very low. Usually, one out of 26000 surgeries may experience respiratory and circulatory problems. Other possible complications include:
1. Postoperative bleeding: This is a rare but also very serious condition after surgery.
2. Slow wound recovery: The wound always does not fully heal.
3. Sensory disorders: The sensitivity of the nipples and abdomen decreases over a certain period of time.
4. Abdominal fluid accumulation: Abdominal drainage can be used to avoid this situation.
5. Wound infection: Any surgery carries this risk.