The Body Aches And Is Feverish After The Postpartum Period Gives Birth Normally?
Asslamualikum, I just gave birth to a normal third child, after the postpartum period after 40 days should be ordered and removed the uterus as before but this has not been sequenced, the jdi body in the same elation is cheerful, the solution is ny, and what are the effects other side ny?
After giving birth, the uterus that had been enlarged due to the presence of a fetus, placenta, and membranes will naturally shrink naturally without any procedure (sequence). This process is called uterine involution. When giving birth the first 1-2 days, the height of the uterus may still be palpated slightly above the navel, but will slowly shrink until the uterus is not palpated again when touching the abdomen. Two weeks after giving birth normally the uterus is no longer palpable.
Puerperium (puerperium) is 42 days postpartum. During the pueperium the mother will experience physiological vaginal bleeding called lochia. At first it will turn red and gradually turn brown - yellowish then disappear after> 20 days.
The condition of the cervix which was open during childbirth as a birth canal, will also close leaving a small hole. The mouth of the uterus can be larger if the mother has given birth frequently. The size of the vagina generally does not return to normal before giving birth. The walls of the vulva that had been swollen during childbirth will return to normal. For the stomach wall to return flat and tight depending on how much activity and exercise you do.
The feeling of fever, chills, and body aches (flu like symptoms) experienced by the mother during the puerperium can be caused by:
Uterine infection. Mothers who experience chorioamnionitis during pregnancy are at risk of developing uterine infections, the presence of residual tissue in the uterus, premature rupture of membranes, prolonged labor, and unsterile deliveries can also increase the risk of uterine infection. Symptoms: fever, abdominal pain, odorous discharge from the vagina, the uterus that swells so that it remains palpable even though it has passed the period of normal uterine involution Perineal wound infection Mastitis: infection of the breast. Symptoms: breast swelling, redness, and pain. There is a lump in the breast, breast size is one side larger than the normal side Genital infection Urinary tract infections Flu and many more Complaints that you feel now can be related to postpartum reproductive organs or not related at all. It is best to check with your doctor directly so that you can determine what the underlying illness is and how appropriate treatment is needed. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.