Whether planned or in an emergency a cesarean section has saved the lives of millions of mothers and babies since it was first introduced in the 1880′s in Germany.

So many women now give birth this way that it is important to give some consideration to your recovery after c section.

If all goes well you can start to become more active very soon albeit with some minor adjustments and other considerations.

When a c section is performed under emergency situations, the risk of surgery may be increased because of several factors associated with it, such as poor health and poor prognosis. Other usual risks include severe blood loss and post spinal headaches.

If you carefully monitor the wound afterwards you can help to ensure a full and rapid recovery after C-section through quick healing and repair and avoid any complications.

  One Response to “How To Speed Up Your Recovery After C Section”

  1. I had 3 vaginal births, and with my 4th baby it was a unplan cisarean. Afterward, I felt traumatized. It was plan due to my blood pressure wouldn’t remain stable. If I would of had to have c-section after my first child. I don’t think I would of had another child.

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