Constipation Blues Baby

By | January 11, 2015

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The Baby Blues You may be constipated the first few weeks after giving birth. To avoid constipation: • Drink eight to 10 glasses of water each day. • Eat foods high in fiber, like raw fruits and vegetables, fruit

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Constipation intended to be a substitute for Sore and engorged breasts Most new mothers may feel sad or experience the “baby blues” after giving birth – this is normal! A change in your hormone levels, feelings of anxiety and stress

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Constipation is common during the first days after delivery. To avoid this problem, it is helpful to eat foods rich in fiber as “Baby blues” are normal and usually occur from the second day up to four weeks. Hormonal changes, fatigue,

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You may notice some constipation. It can be caused by pregnancy hormones. It can also be from your uterus growing and pushing on your intestines. disorders (also called the “baby blues” or postpartum depression). The symptoms are treatable and are usually temporary.

Constipation or Diarrhea. Depression / Baby Blues. Excessive vaginal bleeding. Fever. Hemorrhoids. Incision pain (C-Section or episiotomy) Leg pain or swelling. Pain or burning during urination. Sleep or activity problems.

Menstrual period. Constipation • Drink plenty of water! cause constipation. The “Blues baby is sucking less frequently, stimulate the baby by stroking under the chin. It takes a few minutes for the milk to start flowing.

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Your Body & Mind After Giving Birth Having a baby is a joyous occasion, • Constipation – It may be 3-4 days before you are able to have a bowel movement. • Baby Blues – Marked by irritability, sadness

Be sure you are actively preventing constipation- Drink at least 64 ounces of fluids This is normal and is called “postpartum blues” or “the baby blues”. These feelings can begin a few days after delivery and usually disappear in about a week or

Their pre-pregnancy size. Cramps may be accompanied by a sudden Constipation means hard bowel movements that are infrequent and “Baby blues” do not impair your ability to care for yourself or your baby.

Fibre Prevents constipation Fruit & vegetables, brown bread, • Symptoms may start as baby blues and then get worse, a. A simple procedure which is used to detect pre-cancerous cells (3 months after giving birth) b.

To prevent constipation, eat foods high in fiber, drink plenty of fluids, The baby blues and mood swings usually subside in a week or two. To prevent and alleviate mood swings the first few weeks postpartum: Sleep, sleep, sleep. When baby sleeps, so should you. Eat regular meals

“The Baby Blues” Having a baby can be a joyful time. However she has a baby. Depression and Pregnancy . • Constipation and Diarrhea • Vomiting • Sexual Problems • Do Not Feel Like Eating.