Can you wear a girdle soon after giving birth?
no you should wear a bra and knickers to go outside with you should show your boobs
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You can pregnant as soon as you ovulate. Some women ovulate four to six weeks after delivery. Others (particularly breast feeding moms) may have their first ovulation much l…ater.\n. \nHow can you tell if you've ovulated? If you have a period. Unfortunately, this is not a good way to predict when you will need contraception.\n. \nTo avoid pregnancy soon after birth:\n. \n1. Avoid sexual intercourse for 6 weeks after delivery. This will also allow the uterus to involute properly, the vaginal tissues to heal, and decrease the risk of a uterine infection.\n. \n2. Discuss contraception with your doctor before you leave the hospital. If you plan to go on the pill, a prescription can be given to you at this time and you can start it at the appropriate time. If you plan to use depoprovera or get an IUD, let your doctor know so he or she can discuss timing with you.\n. \n3. DO NOT DEPEND on breast feeding for contraception. Unless you are breast feeding around the clock without supplementation, you probably won't get a protective effect. Even then, you can still ovulate and conceive at any time. \n. \n4. Use condoms if there's any possibility of conceiving.
Answer . It can take quite a while. It is longer if your nursing. I have 4 children and nursed the last 3. With the first, I had a period two months later. With the 2nd and… 3rd, it was 6 months, and with the 4th, it was 15 months. I wowldn't worry about it. Enjoy not having it!. ANSWER . It is truly different for everyone, some women come home from the hospital bleeding & this continues right into a period, others go months without it starting back up, usually it is irregular and will take some time to get back to what it was pre-pregnancy. Just remember you CAN get pregnant after having a baby even if you haven't had a period yet!
Losing weight after having a baby . It all depends on choices you make. \nI have had 3 kids so i am giving you my own experience. First depends on the contraceptive you ta…ke and whether you gain weight on pills. If you do, dont go for pills (after the 6 week check up) ask your doctor for alternatives.\nSecond, you have to watch what you eat. I assume you are at home resting and with breastfeeding, the appetite just increases. Drink lots of water and keep off fried foods. For me i found eating lots of fruits for snacks helped a lot coz i would not get too hungry and be tempted to snack.\nThird, exercise but go easy on that at least first 6 months. What helped is to go for brisk walks for 20-30 minutes at least 3 times a week.. Its not that easy with a new born who has erratic waking up times, but you can put him in a pram and walk. It does the both of you good anyway.\nThe other trick i learnt (but too late) is put on music and just dance for at least 20-30 minutes. This is easy and convenient.\nLastly, congrats for your baby i assume you had one, take it easy with yourself. Baby and you comes first.
Answer . It depends on how your labor progresses. Also is this first delivery or have you had previous deliveries? How frequent are your contractions? there are several fac…tors.
Answer . it depends on the person and also whether you breast feed or not. i breastfed both my daughters till they were a year old and i didn't get a period until they were… about 10 months old. breastfeeding exclusively can hasten the return of your period. i know people who have gotten pregnant 6 weeks after giving birth, so your body is going to start when it is ready.
Don't bath her - she will be stressed out to be parted from her pups and the pups will be stressed because they won't recognise her scent. If she is very messy after the birth…, wait until it has dried and try giving her a quick brush if it doesn't upset her. Best to interfere as little as possible for the first 3 weeks at least.
straight away, my cat did the same. animals are diffrent to people. :)
After a month if you are not breastfeeding, but if you do it will take longer for you to menstruate.
My doctor told me if I had the baby vaginal, to wait 2 weeks for example the treadmill. If I had a c-section then I have to wait 4-6 weeks. You can start with food as in eatin…g healthy and staying as active as possible. That in itself is better than laying down and sitting constantly.
you can resume all normal activites after birth by 6 to 8 weeks after -6 if it was vaginal -8-if it was c-section, including sex as long as their is no more bleeding or discom…fort, you should see your doctor for the 6-8 week follow up he too will tell you you can go back to everything you normally did before, if 6-8 weeks haven't passed refrain from exercise the calories will be needed to make breast milk and don't lift anyhting heavier than the baby if you had a hyrneia after childbirth.
4-6 months for the kittens, but for the the mother cat the kittens have to be weaned and the milk supply dried up before the mother can be spayed.
If everything is allright, she'll push her newborn calf up for some air as soon as possible.
A horse can be bred anywhere from within minutes or hours after giving birth, up to the next time they have their next heat cycle (typically within a week of birth). I have se…en a case on a documentary about wild horses where a mare gave birth, and within minutes, was bred by the foal's father again.
Well, bunnies usually get pregnant 3 months after giving birth, but it really depends on the situation thay the bunny was in when she got pregnant. - Agamer23
about 10 minutes, depends on the breed
A Yorkie is a type of dog, and dogs do not menstruate. The bleedingthey have is what occurs when they are in heat. The only animalsthat menstruate are human beings and other p…rimates.