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Hire a helping hand like a full time maid if there is no other family member to help you. Take rest ( lie down) whenever you get time even if it is for 5 minutes. It will be good for your back and waist pain.
You should meet a doctor and get an examination done for vitamin and micronutrient deficiencies. Other than this, have balanced diet. Have 3 big meals a day and 3 small snacks in between the meals. Don't overeat, just eat to your satisfaction. Have daal, potato, sweet potato, banana, multigrains, rice, geen leafy vegetables, fruits of all kinds. Consume milk, paneer, cheese, curd etc.
If you are non vegetarian then have egg and lean meat. Have dry fruits and nuts.
Hi you can use till 6 months
You can start when your body feels ready. Meet your gynaecologist for a body checkup so that you be sure that you're completely ready for exercises.
Hi which injection?
Yes, breastfeeding to an extent helps to reduce your weight. however, if you are eating more then it will not help. Start walking and being more active throughout your day. This is just the simplest way to start losing weight. Also, start monitoring what you eat. Try to limit sugar intake, rice and bread. Eat more salads, fresh fruits and veggies. These simple things can start you on your weight loss journey.
Periods will be irregular in the first year following delivery. However, if you have a lot of bleeding at every 10 day intervals please show this to a doctor. This is ideal to rule out some underlying cause that could be responsible for this.
Yes, elongated periods can cause anemia. Also, periods predispose women to anemia. Therefore keeping regular tabs on your hemoglobin levels is crucial.
Are you breastfeeding him.. Then periods do get delayed... Nothing to worry.. I got my periods after 21 months of delivery.
Hi don't worry, it can come by 3-4 months