There are many women nowadays who are still wondering how their body is going to end up after they have given birth. In this article, you will be able to view here some of the examples on the common changes which women may experience.
Hair Loss Changes
Several weeks after you have delivered a baby, you usually will start losing some hairs. An average person tends to lose about 100 hairs a day, but it will actually be less during pregnancy simply because of the raging hormones. After the pregnancy is over, your body then will need to compensate and then lose extra hair during the first six months after delivering the baby. But this is something that you should never worry about because your hair is going to get back to its normal growth cycle.
Discoloration of Skin
There are also some women who end sup developing the mask of pregnancy. This would be the tan-colored area thats around your eyes which will start to fade. Some women also ends up experiencing a red rash around their mouth as well as on their chin and some suffers with very dry skin as well. Theres no need to worry though because such conditions only lasts for weeks.
Most women will get a swollen, flushed, sore and engorged with milk for about a day or two after giving birth. When this is over, the swelling will then go down and three to four days later, your breast will sag due to the stretched breast skin. You also may experience having milk leakage for weeks even when you are not breastfeeding.
Changes on the Stomach
After giving birth, your uterus will still be hard and round and you could in fact feel this by simply touching the naval. After six weeks, it will weigh for about 2 ounces and you will not feel it when pressing your abdomen. The brown line that you may have noticed down the center of the lower abdomen will also disappear.
Experience Back Pain
Because it will take time for your stretched abdomen muscles to strengthen again, your body will put more weight on your back muscles. This will then lead to back aches until you will have your abdominal muscles strengthened again. Seeing a chiropractor could however help you with it.
When you have been constipated at the time of your pregnancy, you will still experience it after giving birth. But going on a diet thats high in fiber as well as drinking lots of milk, juices or water, it can actually help you to ease the pain.
Have Sweating Problems
Some women will start to experience excessive sweating during the night after they gave birth. This is simply for the reason where the body needs to remove some of the extra fluids which they have accumulated at the time of pregnancy.