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  1. 7 Tips for Accelerating Recovery After a C-Section

    7 Tips for Accelerating Recovery After a C-Section

    Recovering from a caesarean section (C-section) can be a challenging and delicate process for new mothers. In this article, we will explore seven effective strategies to help expedite and enhance the recovery journey after a C-section. From practical self-care tips to gentle exercises and emotional support, these recommendations are designed to empower mothers as they navigate the post-operative period.

    1. Protect and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles

    Pregnancy and childbirth can place significant strain on the pelvic floor muscles, causing conditions such as incontinence and prolapse. Having a c-section does not stop such conditions from occurring, one prevalent misconception surrounding childbirth is that a C-section safeguards the pelvic floor from damage. The pelvic floor comprises muscles, ligaments, and tissues that provide support to the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, and bowel. Weakened muscles or stretched ligaments...

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  2. I Think I Have A Prolapse

    I Think I Have A Prolapse

    I Think I Have A Prolapse?

    If you think you have a prolapse you need to be diagnosed

    We understand how desperate and frightened you feel, but urge you to take positive steps and not ignore and avoid this difficult situation.

    When there's something not quite right with your pelvic floor you know. The first thing you must do however is get a proper diagnosis from your GP. No if's no but's - if you don't know what kind of prolapse (i.e. what organ has fallen downwards, it could be your bladder, cervix, or bowel) or what 'grade' it is (how far it’s come down), how can you take care of yourself and make an informed decision of what to do next?

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