Stomach Is Still Big After Giving Birth?
Good night. I want to ask. After giving birth my stomach is still big huh? now my child is 1.5 years old. But my stomach is still big like 5 months pregnant. I gave birth by cesarean section. Guess what causes it? Please explain … Thank you …
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During the pregnancy process and containing for approximately 9 months, an increase in body weight, abdominal circumference, and fat deposits during pregnancy. After the birth of a child, it takes time in recovery including skin tissue in the abdomen, thighs, and arms. Weight loss will occur after the baby is born, the placenta comes out, and the amniotic fluid comes out.
To naturally shrink the stomach, there are several factors that can affect abdominal reduction, including:
Genetic. Body shape and size before pregnancy. How much weight gained in pregnancy Activities and sports. There are several tips that can be tried to help shrink the stomach naturally, including:
Breastfeeding. Breastfeeding helps burn 500 calories per day. The weight of a breastfeeding mother is likely to drop faster, compared to mothers who give bottle-feeding to their babies. Exercise, can help tighten the abdominal wall and burn calories. Whether it's just walking around the house, taking yoga classes after giving birth, aerobics, stretching, swimming, or exercising that exercises the pelvis. At least, wait six weeks after giving birth if you want to start exercising. Maintain food intake by consuming protein, complex carbohydrates, fruits, vegetables, unsaturated fats, whole grains, and other high-fiber foods, which make you feel full longer. Carrying a child. Drinking lots of water makes you feel fuller. Consumption of probiotics can help women control the body's metabolism including abdominal fat after delivery. Probiotics are known as "good" bacteria that can improve intestinal and digestive health. It is recommended not to take medication, supplement yourself without consulting a doctor first, make sure that the supplement has been registered with BPOM RI, avoid activities that are too heavy, keep eating patterns, activities and rest for postpartum recovery.
Hopefully this information can help you,