Lactation period to regular leave will affect the baby to take milk? Postpartum menstruation to earl

Time:2017-09-16 00:00:00 Source:Postpartum knowledgeAuthor:Rapid pregnancyClick:

Guide reading:Many mums believe that lactation will not menstruate, but not absolutely. Generally speaking, mothers who do not breastfeed usually have old friends in 610 weeks. The recovery time of lactating mother's menstruation will be delayed generally, and som

Many mums believe that lactation will not menstruate, but not absolutely.

Generally speaking, mothers who do not breastfeed usually have "old friends" within 6-10 weeks after delivery.

The recovery time of lactating mother's menstruation will be delayed generally, and some lactating mothers will not menstruate all the time.

But many mothers have menstruation during lactation.

Will menstruation affect milk during lactation? When will return to regular leave? As for the first time of regular leave after childbirth, each mother's situation is different.

It is usually related to whether the parturient breast-feeding, the length of breast-feeding time, the age of the parturient and the recovery ability of ovarian function Generally speaking, mothers who do not choose to breastfeed will have their leave within 4 months after childbirth.

mothers who breastfeed will have their leave within 4-6 months after childbirth on average The meeting time will also be adjusted due to the mother's physical condition during the regular leave.

The first month after the birth of the baby will report to the hospital.

During the lactation period, the meeting will not appear until about one year after the birth of the baby.

These are normal phenomena.

Don't worry.

It's really enviable that Baoma, who knows Baoma, only recovers her regular leave when her baby is 2 years old.

First, does menstruation affect the milk when my mother-in-law forbids me to give milk and lactation? That's what netizen ding ding ding ding ding is most concerned about now Ding Ding said: after five months of giving birth, she has been breast-feeding, but recently she has menstruation.

She thought that she would be OK.

She fed her baby normally.

Careful mother-in-law found that I recently bought a sanitary napkin, so she asked if my aunt was back.

I nodded, of course.

I didn't know that the old lady said to me seriously, "then don't feed the baby.

The milk is dirty and nutritious now.

The baby didn't eat well.

" At that time, I was shocked! Is there really such a saying? Where is my milk without nutrition? Don't other mums come to my aunt during the whole lactation period? Or they don't feed when they come to my aunt? So do some mums who have been lactating until they are 2 years old.

Full of questions, mixed with a little anger.

Since my mother-in-law is an elder, I haven't refuted her.

I think it's time to learn from her Can you continue to breastfeed during the regular leave? Some Baoma obviously feel tired, sensitive and uncomfortable during the period of the regular leave, and the amount of breast milk seems to have decreased, while most of the mothers have no effect at all, and even some Baoma will increase breast milk during the menstrual period.

In any case, the amount of breast milk will not change significantly due to menstruation, and even if there is an impact, it will be very short-lived.

If you worry too much about the impact of the holidays on breast milk, it will reduce the amount of breast milk In menstrual lactation, some babies may be dissatisfied with the flow rate of breast milk, and it's OK to feed them several times more circularly.

The amount of complementary food can be increased properly for the baby who has added complementary food Will menstruate with less milk? -- the amount of milk may be reduced.

It is recommended to drink more soup to menstruate, indicating that the uterus has returned to normal state and started to work normally, which is a good phenomenon.

The milk will only be related to Mommy's physical condition.

Diet, rest, mental state and whether to breastfeed the baby in time are the reasons that affect the milk quantity.

If you have menstruation during postpartum lactation, it is recommended to drink more soup, so that the milk will not be too thick.

at the same time, eat more fish, milk, poultry, etc.

, to help breast milk secretion Whether postpartum menstruation comes early or late is a good way: early arrival means good recovery of the body.

All functions of the body have recovered as soon as possible, and ovulation has begun to be normal.

Moreover, according to the old people, if postpartum menstruation comes early, it means that there will be many children in the future.

According to the current understanding, it's easier to get pregnant because of the early recovery of ovulation.

Didn't "hold two for three years" popular before? If the menstruation comes early, the pregnancy rate will be higher.

However, the current scientific view is that it is also necessary to use contraception after childbirth, to give the body and uterus a certain recovery time, especially for mothers who have caesarean section, it is better to have a second child at least two years later The opposite side: the moms who come late are more suitable for breastfeeding.

They say that it's better for the aunt to come late.

It's said that the milk will be greatly reduced after menstruation.

It may also affect the quality of the milk! So it's better to come later However, to menstruation can still breast-feeding, does not affect the quality of milk, but to menstruation may affect the amount of milk, many mums said, to menstruation during the milk greatly reduced, after menstruation slightly recovered, but not as sufficient as before.

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