Postpartum 101: Postpartum Bleeding


Hello Mamas!

In our video series on postpartum, we’re taking a no-holds-barred look at the truth about the postpartum experience– tackling some of the issues your friends and family might not warn you about! These include everything from postpartum depression to having sex after childbirth. Today’s topic is the wonderfully lovely subject of postpartum bleeding. Keep watching for more!

Postpartum 101: Postpartum Bleeding

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First up: what no one tells you and everything you need to know to be prepared for the postpartum bleeding you will experience after giving birth to your baby. This video has everything you’ll need to be extra ready for it!

How did you handle bleeding after giving birth?  Were you prepared?  What worked and what didn’t?  Share your advice or tips by commenting below – I would love to hear from you!

 

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to check back for more! xo


  • marlenecpm

    With a diet high in dark green leafy veges (the Vit. K content helps blood clot faster), & breastfeeding your baby (helps the uterus contract back down to it’s pre-pregnancy state faster.) There shouldn’t really be any problems w pp bleeding. If you have a natural birth & don’t tear, you will be back to your normal self in no time.

    • marlenecpm

      PS. If you are leaking out your maxi pads, use adult pulls ups for the 1st night or two.

  • tiffany

    I baught extra hospital grade ice pack pads! I was able to find them straight from medline on amamazon. Also I was a huge fan of the always infinity night time pads. They were not as cumbersome as a lot of the other pads out there! Good luck mommas!

  • Glenda

    Good advice. Remember c-sections being the same bleeding problem as vaginal delivery. Using pads is a necessity for weeks. I liked Czela Bellies for my postpartum months. They fit pads because of the cut. Felt more secure.

  • Sepideh

    Hi,

    It is me again, Where we can find the written description of the products you show in your website? I mean just their names.

    • Go under lists and schedules on my site — there should be alot of products there. I will look for a place to buy the chux pads that is not amazon. I know you can try Albee baby — you can call the store in NYC and have them ship to you. Invaluable!!!!! Really appreciate your kind words, many thanks!!