After childbirth, a woman’s body undergoes significant changes. Some of them are harmless and go away on their own with time. Others require seeing a doctor and developing a recovery strategy and

What are the most common complications women face during the postpartum period?

subinvolution of the uterus – a slow return to normal size;
hypermobility of the pelvic bones;

Significant changes also occur on the hormonal background: during pregnancy, the body is completely rebuilt for a new function, the production of prolactin (responsible for breastfeeding), oxytocin, and progesterone increases. Normally, 2-3 months after birth, the situation stabilizes. But if after this time you notice increased fatigue, severe sweating, irritability, profuse hair loss, you should contact a gynecologist-endocrinologist and undergo an examination.

“There are two main problems at the exit from pregnancy: weak dysfunctional pelvic floor muscles and, as a “continuation of the banquet”, diastasis. For some, diastasis naturally closes some time after childbirth, for others this problem remains, and it needs to be worked on. But correction should begin with the muscles of the pelvic floor. It is necessary to teach several muscles to work in a coordinated format – the perineum, the lower diaphragm, the transverse abdominal muscle, the deep oblique abdominal muscle. And only then you can introduce a general load and strength practice.
Irina Snegireva, yoga therapist