I didn’t get pregnant until I was 36, and the event was very demanding and planned. So it’s not like pregnancy caught me by surprise! I was just as prepared as a mother could be in a variety of ways – mentally, professionally, financially, logistically…
Raising a baby is a beautiful experience, but also very stressful for the body. New mothers are told to return to “normal” within 6 weeks after birth. But this does not seem to be the case.
You have a baby and you have problems with feces … You are not alone. Everything changes after you have a baby writes VeryWellFamily and this includes your bowel movements. Organs are shifting, hormones are fluctuating, your uterus is shrinking back to its usual size.
All pediatricians support it: even newborns in a few weeks can go out in the fresh air, not only can they, but it is advisable.
Vitamin C is water-soluble and a vital antioxidant that everyone needs. Found in fruits and vegetables.