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Your recovery after childbirth during first few weeks totally depends upon your birth experience. The road to recovery is long if your baby was above 3.5kg and during pushing time your perineum was torn badly. Episiotomy can also make it longer for you to heal. But if in case your baby was smaller or it was your second or third baby and your perineum suffered less tearing or was intact then you can be one of those lucky women who can have a little quicker recovery than others.
Whether you had a vaginal delivery or had a C-section, being informed about the process of postpartum recovery will help you in coping up with tremendous changes your body will undergo through. So, here are a few changes which can occur during the first few weeks.
After child birth it will take some time for things to feel totally “normal” again so don’t stress yourself and start taking things slowly. Your baby is born and it’s a time of joy and excitement so start look at your bundle of joy and feel happy about it.
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