Health Condition After Giving Birth To The Third Child?
Doctor night … my age will now turn 23 years old, and I will also be blessed with a 3rd child. About the medical opinion, what about my current health and after giving birth? thank you
Hello Reti, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Of course, a person's health condition cannot be known only by having a history of having 3 children at the age of 23 years. You should check with your doctor directly for a complete medical interview, are there certain symptoms that you are currently experiencing, is there a history of certain diseases that you have had before, is there a history of certain diseases in your family, are there certain risk factors that you have have (eg do you smoke, drink alcohol, have an unhealthy diet, are over or underweight, exposure to certain chemicals, household health and hygiene, etc.). In addition to the data above, direct physical examination and supporting examinations are also required (blood tests, urine examinations, X-rays, etc.).
Your 20s is an ideal age to get pregnant and have children. At this age, women tend to have good health conditions and eggs that are still good so that the possibility of certain birth defects or disorders in babies or complications of childbirth is quite low. Mental and financial unpreparedness is something that is often faced by women who have children at a young age. This unpreparedness can have an impact on the mental health of the woman. Women who are not ready to have children or are not financially prepared are more likely to experience depression, anxiety disorders and other mental disorders. As long as you are mentally and financially ready to have children, there is nothing for you to worry about.
You need to know that children are the biggest financial burden in the family. We recommend that you and your partner plan properly the number of children you want and adjust it to the financial condition of your family. The 20s is the most fertile age for a woman and the chance of pregnancy is very high. To prevent unwanted pregnancies, use contraception after you give birth later. You can discuss with your Gynecologist about the best contraception that is suitable for you and your partner.
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