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Caring for Women’s Health – Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

Many women know that the postpartum period is very important, and this is an excellent opportunity to recuperate the body. However, many mothers are confused about what postpartum recovery includes, and do not know what needs to be recovered or where to start. Postpartum recovery is such a major event that will affect a woman's physical condition in the second half of her life. You must know this knowledge about it!

                               What should postpartum recovery include?

     01   Uterus

The uterus is an important part of postpartum recovery. The uterus needs to recover from the size of watermelon before childbirth to the size of an egg before pregnancy. Poor involution of the uterus will cause symptoms such as low back pain, lower abdominal distention, and increased vaginal bleeding. To judge whether the recovery of the uterus is good or not, look at the lochia, which is a weather vane of uterine involution. If the lochia is abnormal, it means that the recovery of the uterus is not good.

What should postpartum recovery include?

      02   Breast
The primary task of postpartum mothers is breastfeeding. During breastfeeding, you must remember to expel excess milk every day to keep the breasts unblocked and avoid mastitis. In addition, daily massage and cleaning of the breasts are also very important!

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

      03   Urinary System
After giving birth to many women, the urination function is not restored in time, and there will be urinary retention. At this time, in addition to catheterization, the Weiss Biostimulation Feedback Device S4 can be used for low-frequency electrical stimulation therapy to accelerate the recovery of urination function.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     04   Pelvic Floor Function
Many mothers will have such an embarrassing experience after giving birth: accidentally leaking urine after a sneeze... This is a manifestation of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Urine leakage and constipation are common symptoms of pelvic floor injury in postpartum women. Pregnancy and childbirth will make the pelvic floor muscles relax and the pelvic floor function will decline, so pelvic floor rehabilitation should be carried out in time after childbirth. In addition, pelvic floor muscle relaxation may also cause organ prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction.

What should I do in these situations? The conventional treatment methods are electrical stimulation, which is to place a probe in the vagina and then stimulate it with different electric currents to promote recovery. The difference is that for the first time, 1 passive stimulation and 9 active stimulations were performed; the second time was reversed, and 1 active stimulation and 9 passive stimulations were performed. It is recommended to receive treatment in a regular maternity hospital or use BLUEKIEE's home pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation therapy device, which can be easily treated at home. In addition, Kegel training can be adhered to before and after childbirth to help improve damaged pelvic floor or prevent pelvic floor diseases!

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     05   Shape
Women are born to love beauty, and postpartum obesity often makes many women distressed. A balanced diet + proper exercise + rehabilitation exercise can restore your pre-pregnancy S-shaped body again.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     06   Psychology
After giving birth, family members put more energy on the baby and often ignore the care of postpartum mothers. Coupled with the changes in postpartum hormone levels, postpartum depression or emotional instability are prone to occur. At this time, postpartum mothers must communicate more with their families, actively adjust their mentality, and maintain a good mood. Hello, baby can be better!

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     07   Separation of Rectus Abdominis
Postpartum abdominal muscles relax and the abdominal wall tension decreases, but it cannot quickly return to its original position and shape. The excess fat will accumulate and protrude on the abdomen, which will eventually lead to the separation of the rectus abdominal and the phenomenon of a loose belly. . Home exercise combined with electrical stimulation is the best way to improve the rectus abdominal separation.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     08   Pubic Symphysis Separation
With the change in hormone levels during pregnancy, the gap between the two pubic bones of the pelvic floor can be widened by 2 to 3 mm. If the gap exceeds 10 mm, the pubic symphysis will be separated and pain will occur. A study finds that electrical stimulation combined with biofeedback can alleviate pain and resolve symphysis pubis separation.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     09   Stretch Marks
Many postpartum mothers are troubled by stretch marks. On the originally flawless skin, stretch marks are shocking and affect the appearance. If you have stretch marks after giving birth, you can receive electrical stimulation therapy to help fade stretch marks.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

     10   Low Back Pain
Taking care of a newborn is an extremely difficult task. Many postpartum mothers have symptoms of low back pain when they bring their babies, which is very painful. Electric stimulation therapy combined with manual massage can bring great help to mothers and eliminate pain.

Caring for Women's Health - Postpartum Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

 

 

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