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Postpartum Bleeding

Postpartum Bleeding after Vaginal Delivery During the initial one to three days following birth, your blood will most likely be bright or dark red in colour. It may smell like the blood you typically shed during your period and may also consist of a few clots the size of a grape to a prune.

Between days four and seven, the blood should turn pinkish or brownish, and the clots should be reduced or eliminated. By the end of the second week, the discharge will most

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Postpartum Incontinence

Has it become difficult for you to manage your bladder or control your urine after pregnancy? Well, one thing we can assure you is that you're not alone.

Postpartum incontinence is quite normal and stays for 4 to 6 weeks till your hormones settle. It is extremely prevalent among postnatal mothers. Although this may seem tricky, you can take steps to help regulate and reduce leaks over time.

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Postpartum Contractions

What are Postpartum Contractions?
Postpartum Contractions are an extremely natural yet common phenomenon among postnatal mothers. During pregnancy, the uterus dilates in size to accommodate the baby, post delivery, the uterus shrinks back to its actual size, which can cause some painful contractions but will eventually fade with time.

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Postpartum Body

Is Postpartum Swelling (Edema) Normal?
Yes. It's perfectly normal to have some swelling following your baby's delivery. Hormones
during pregnancy induce fluid retention in the body. In fact, the added fluid might cause your blood volume to rise by up to 50%. It takes some time for those same hormones, or at least some of them, to return to their pre-pregnancy levels.

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