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NEWBORN BABY

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Congratulations on your new baby (or babies)!

Now it’s time to figure out parenthood: the feeding, the bathing, the diaper changing and oh… the sleeping! Relax, you’ll get the hang of everything. Just don’t freak out if adjusting to this new life doesn’t “come naturally”—it can take a little longer for some than others. These first few weeks with your newborn baby are about resting, recovering and getting to know baby, as you and your partner figure out how to navigate life with this amazing new addition to your family!

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1-Week-Old Baby Development

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It’s normal for a baby to lose up to 10 percent of his birth weight in the first week of life—it’s just because he’s lost the extra fluids he had at birth—so don’t get nervous by the dip in the scales.

At birth, baby’s head may have looked misshapen from his trip down the birth canal, but it should have rounded out within a few days. Baby’s skull has two soft spots, called fontanels. Baby’s umbilical cord is still attached, and you’ll want to keep the area dry until it falls off.

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1-Week-Old Baby Milestones

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You and baby are getting settled in at home and developing a new routine. Baby should have his first outing—if you both feel ready. A walk around the block in the fresh air is a much better idea than going somewhere crowded and germy.

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What’s new with mom after giving birth?

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Many things are happening in your body right after you have a baby. During pregnancy, your body changed a lot. It worked hard to keep your baby safe and healthy. Now that your baby is here, your body is changing again. Some of these changes are physical, like your breasts getting full of milk. Others are emotional, like feeling extra stress.

Many discomforts and body changes after giving birth are normal. But sometimes they’re signs or symptoms of a health problem that needs treatment. Go to all of your postpartum checkups, even if you’re feeling fine. These are medical checkups you get after having a baby to make sure you’re recovering well from labor and birth. At your checkups, your health care provider can help spot and treat health conditions. Postpartum care is important because new moms are at risk of serious and sometimes life-threatening health complications in the days and weeks after giving birth.

Breast Changes After Giving Birth

Two to four days after your baby’s birth, your milk “comes in,” filling your breasts and causing what’s known as engorgement. (Until that happens, your nursing baby is drinking a nourishing pre-milk called colostrum.) This important shift has an unfortunate side effect for some new moms: It can create mild to considerable discomfort.

Stomach Changes After Giving Birth

Right after you give birth, your uterus is round and hard and weighs about 2½ pounds. By about 6 weeks after birth, it weighs only 2 ounces.

After your baby is born, your body gets rid of the blood and tissue that was inside your uterus. This is called vaginal discharge or lochia. For the first few days, it’s heavy, bright red and may contain blood clots. Over time, the flow gets less and lighter in color. You may have discharge for a few weeks or even for a month or more. Use sanitary pads until the discharge stops, it’s important not to use tampons or menstrual cups.

Weight Loss After Giving Birth

You lose about 10 pounds right away after giving birth and a little more within the first week. This is a great time to get to a healthy weight, no matter how much you weighed before you got pregnant. Eating healthy and being active every day helps boost your energy level and can make you feel better. If you’re at a healthy weight, you’re less likely to have health conditions, like diabetes and high blood pressure, than if you’re over- or underweight. And just in case you get pregnant again, or if you’re planning to have another baby sometime in the future, it’s best to be at a healthy weight before your next pregnancy.

Hair and Skin Changes After Giving Birth

You may have stretch marks on your belly where your skin stretched during pregnancy. Some women also get them on their thighs, hips and bottom. They may not disappear after giving birth, but they do fade over time.

Your hair may have seemed thicker and fuller during pregnancy. This is because high hormone levels in your body made you lose less hair during pregnancy. After your baby is born, your hair may thin out. You may even lose hair. Hair loss usually stops within 6 months after you give birth. Your hair should regain its normal fullness within a year.

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Common Symptoms After Giving Birth

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Hemorrhoids are painful, swollen veins in and around the anus that may hurt or bleed. Hemorrhoids are common during and after pregnancy.

What you can do:

  • Soak in a warm bath.
  • Ask your provider about using an over-the-counter spray or cream for pain.
  • Eat foods that are high in fiber, such as fruits, vegetables and whole-grain breads and cereals.
  • Drink lots of water.
  • Try not to strain when you’re having a bowel movement (pooping).
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Constipation is when you don’t have bowel movements, you don’t have them often or your stools (poop) are hard to pass. You also may have painful gas. This may happen for a few days after you give birth. 

What you can do:

  • Eat foods that are high in fiber.
  • Drink lots of water.
  • Ask your provider about medicine to take.
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In the first few days after giving birth, you may feel pain or burning when you urinate (pee). Or you may try to urinate but find that you can’t. Sometimes you may not be able to stop urinating. This is called incontinence. It usually goes away as your pelvic muscles become stronger again.

What you can do for pain, burning or if you have trouble urinating:

  • Drink lots of water.
  • Run water in the sink when you go to the bathroom.
  • Soak in a warm bath.
  • If the pain continues, tell your provider.

What you can do for incontinence: Do Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles.

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This happens often to new moms, especially at night. It’s caused by all the changing hormones in your body after pregnancy.

What you can do:

  • Sleep on a towel to help keep your sheets and pillow dry.
  • Don’t use too many blankets or wear warm clothes to bed.
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You may have lost blood during labor and birth. This can make your body tired. And your baby probably doesn’t let you sleep all night!

What you can do:

  • Sleep when your baby sleeps, even when he naps during the day.
  • Eat healthy foods, like fruits, vegetables, whole-grain breads and pasta, and lean meat and chicken. Limit sweets and foods with a lot of fat.
  • Ask your partner, family and friends for help with the baby and around the house.
  • Limit visitors. You’ll have plenty of time for family and friends to meet your new baby when you’re feeling rested.
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This is when your breasts swell as they fill with milk. It usually happens a few days after giving birth. Your breasts may feel tender and sore. The discomfort usually goes away once you start breastfeeding regularly. If you’re not breastfeeding, it may last until your breasts stop making milk, usually within a few days.

What you can do:

  • Breastfeed your baby. Try not to miss a feeding or go a long time between feedings. Don’t skip night feedings.
  • Before you breastfeed your baby, express a small amount of milk from your breast with a breast pump or by hand.
  • Take a warm shower or lay warm towels on your breasts to help your milk flow. If your engorgement is really painful, put cold packs on your breasts.
  • If your breasts are leaking between feedings, wear nursing pads in your bra so your clothes don’t get wet.
  • Tell your provider if your breasts stay swollen and are painful.
  • If you’re not planning to breastfeed, wear a firm, supportive bra (like a sports bra).

What is nipple pain?

If you’re breastfeeding, you may have nipple plain during the first few days, especially if your nipples crack.

What you can do:

  • Talk to your provider or a lactation consultant to be sure your baby is latching on to your breast the right way. A lactation consultant is a person trained to help women breastfeed, even women who have breastfeeding problems. Latching on is when your baby’s mouth is securely attached to (placed around) your nipple.
  • Ask your provider about cream to put on your nipples.
  • After breastfeeding, massage some breast milk onto your nipples. Let your breasts air dry.
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Lots of women have swelling in their hands, feet and face during pregnancy. It’s caused by extra fluids in your body. It may take time for the swelling to go away after you have your baby.

What you can do:

  • Lie on your left side when resting or sleeping.
  • Put your feet up.
  • Try to stay cool and wear loose clothes.
  • Drink plenty of water.
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Pregnancy Symptoms

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2 Weeks Pregnant Common Symptoms

You probably will not start experiencing signs of pregnancy until week four, which is around the time you may miss your period and take a pregnancy test. However, many women swear they experience the following signs before week four.

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Implantation bleeding, more commonly known as spotting, happens when an egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. This may cause the breaking down of blood vessels that will cause bleeding.This typically lasts from a few hours to a few days, however women who are going through their first pregnancy should expect this to last longer.

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When you become pregnant, blood flow in the kidneys is increased from 35-60%. This may cause your kidneys to produce up to 25% more urine. If you are experiencing more frequent urination, make sure you continue to drink a lot of water so you do not become dehydrated.

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When you become pregnant, your breasts begin making tissue to help store milk. This may cause your breasts to become sore or tender and your nipples to become darker.

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When you become pregnant your body starts making changes to help deliver nutrients to the baby. All these changes may cause you to feel extremely tired during the early stages of pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Symptoms

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2 Weeks Pregnant Common Symptoms

You probably will not start experiencing signs of pregnancy until week four, which is around the time you may miss your period and take a pregnancy test. However, many women swear they experience the following signs before week four.

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Implantation bleeding, more commonly known as spotting, happens when an egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. This may cause the breaking down of blood vessels that will cause bleeding.This typically lasts from a few hours to a few days, however women who are going through their first pregnancy should expect this to last longer.

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When you become pregnant, blood flow in the kidneys is increased from 35-60%. This may cause your kidneys to produce up to 25% more urine. If you are experiencing more frequent urination, make sure you continue to drink a lot of water so you do not become dehydrated.

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When you become pregnant, your breasts begin making tissue to help store milk. This may cause your breasts to become sore or tender and your nipples to become darker.

[/fusion_toggle][fusion_toggle title=”Fatigue/ Exhaustion” open=”no”]

When you become pregnant your body starts making changes to help deliver nutrients to the baby. All these changes may cause you to feel extremely tired during the early stages of pregnancy.

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Weekly Pregnancy Checklist

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Here are some things to consider during Week 2 of your pregnancy

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Take prenatal vitamins.

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Try an ovulation test.

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Try having sex the days leading up to ovulation.

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https://www.thebump.com/baby-month-by-month/0-month-old-baby-month-old-baby

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https://www.marchofdimes.org/pregnancy/your-body-after-baby-the-first-6-weeks.aspx

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