How Many Months Can You Get Pregnant Again After Giving Birth Normally?
Mlm, want to ask, after how many months can you get pregnant again after giving birth normally ..?
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Not a few couples who want to have more children shortly after the mother gave birth. But it turns out the distance of pregnancy that is too close to the previous labor can pose many risks, both to the mother or to maternity. Mother and child can be at risk of developing acute anemia, miscarriage, occurrence of infant placental abnormalities, premature birth, low birth weight or so that the baby becomes unhealthy and is also at risk of developing autism.
In general, the range of pregnancy after a normal delivery suggested by a number of health experts is between 18 to 48 months from the previous delivery. Medically 12 months apart you can get pregnant again, but you should first consult with a specialist obstetrician and gynecologist before carrying out a pregnancy program, so that it can be known whether it is safe to do.
A safe normal pregnancy interval will give your uterus a chance to rest so that it can prepare nutritional intake for the baby. In addition, it would be better if your child who previously finished getting exclusive breastfeeding can be up to 2 years, and then get another sister.
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.