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Some professional advice will help you get your balance back after giving birth.

The first week after being through labor is the hardest one when the mother’s body is still in the recovery and she’s under pressure of taking care of the baby.

The following professional advice will help you to overcome the rough time.

1.     Sleep as much as possible

Infants spend lots of time sleeping, they can sleep for 20 hours a day but their sleeps don’t last long.

Survival skill

You should sleep in any place, at any time; sleep while the baby sleeps.

But, what should be done if your baby is so annoying and you can’t sleep even a bit? The tip is to ask for the help of the grandparents, husband and relatives… Nearly all the first week, there must be someone besides you, helping you.

You should sleep in any place, at any time; sleep while the baby sleeps.

You should sleep in any place, at any time; sleep while the baby sleeps.

2.     Be gentle to your baby

As your baby has just got out of the warm and confined womb, he/she desires to be carried around and to be canoodled tenderly…

Advice

Don’t be so nervous that you’ll spoil your child. Instead of that, you need to make your baby feel as if it was in the womb by wrapping it up, carrying it around… Those steps should be done at once or separately to sooth a crying baby.

3.     Feed your child with breast milk

Breastfeeding is a natural and favorite way to raise a child.

Advice

The sooner you feed your baby, the better, especially right after giving birth. You can ask a doctor or a nurse or someone having experienced that situation before about the right way to feed baby, foods that help you to provide enough milk, how to deal with the breast tenderness and how to milk,…

4.     The break time between every time of feeding depends on the baby

The break time is 2-3 hours at some babies. Otherwise, to other babies, it can be 1 hour or 4 hours… Sometimes, those kinds of break time happen to the same baby.

Advice

When feeding babies, moms can choose a suitable position: you can sit on a rocking-chair, or a bench or lie (sit) on bed.

5.     Encourage the father to look after the baby

Dad can change the diapers and clean baby’s stool, carry it and talk to it at leisure.

Advice

Don’t judge your husband too much. You can take a nap or move to the other room to rest while he is taking care of your child.

6.     Bathing

Relax and slowly clean the baby.

Relax and slowly clean the baby.

As babies are still small and slippery, parents found it hard to clean them.

Advice

Relax and slowly clean babies. If you hire someone to clean your baby in the first week or ask for a help from experienced grandma, bathing is not a concern. You should clean babies fast but carefully, avoid wetting their umbilical cords because a dry umbilical cord will soon fall off. If you still worry about it, you can lay children in a bath towel then clean them little by little with a warm wet towel.

7.     Recovery after birth

By the help of others, you will overcome the rough first week.

By the help of others, you will overcome the rough first week.

Being hurt, tired, or even stressed and depressed are the popular symptoms that a women can get after giving birth.

Advice

What you are dealing with now is normal, and most moms have experienced. By the time, your physical and mental health will be restored. In confinement, you always need at least a person by your side to support and prevent you from doing something hard.

8.     The “products” in dirty diapers

At the time, baby’s stool is black or has tar color. When babies have been breastfed for times, their stools turn to brown, and then green or yellow like the color of quiche. The stool’s state is often at liquid state. For now, the color or state can’t tell anything about baby’s health.

To know whether babies have had enough milk, on the 4th day, it’s about 4-8 times that we have to change the diapers, including 3 times or more a day and 6 times at night. If you find red in their stools, you should bring them to hospital because the red thing could be blood.  

 

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