Pregnancy and childbirth can be an unpredictable time for many women, even if they’ve given birth before. Some women may experience mild discomfort or have a safe vaginal birth. Others experience terrible morning sickness, heartburn, constipation, or may end up getting a cesarean section.
A cesarean section, commonly called c-section, is a surgical procedure done to remove the baby from the uterus. Whether you had a planned or emergency c-section, it can affect you physically, mentally, and emotionally. In the aftermath of delivering your bundle of joy via c-section, you may experience pain and discomfort for a few weeks or months. This can make it difficult for you to do normal daily activities. In fact, breastfeeding, even sneezing, can cause major discomfort.
Below are 9 tips to help you bounce back faster than you anticipated.