Baby: What Can Help With Postpartum Regeneration?

Baby: What Can Help With Postpartum Regeneration?

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After birth, the whole body needs to regenerate. This process of healing can also be facilitated by pregnant women. Let's see what's worth doing in the first 6 weeks, first year?

As you give birth, your vaginal ligaments, and the pelvic floor muscles, may be damaged to some extent. Weakening of the muscles of the pelvis for urinary or faecal incontinence, and even a pelvic organs saggingAfter birth, the process of regeneration begins immediately, which - according to research - it takes at least one year, that is, most of your ovaries, the state of your muscles returns to its original state within one year. It is important to emphasize that it is uplifting the first six weeks or the first six months most importantly.However, how fast this regeneration occurs can be influenced by several factors. Among these, one of the most important is age.

Younger age, faster regeneration

One 20 years old in the case of the firstborn, this is the chance of having the pelvic floor muscles undergoing vaginal delivery, 15 percentwhile this is the case It rises to 50 percent by the age of 40. In other words, a much larger amount of muscle tissue, 40 years old, needs to be regenerated. Some drugs, diseases of the joint, cukorbetegsйg, rheumatoid arthritis, in which the use of steroids is needed, can negatively influence muscular and connective tissue recovery. Similarly, other diseases that can occur particularly in older age may be delayed by regeneration.What is needed for perfect postpartum regeneration?

How can we help our body regenerate?

It is important for women to understand that their post-partum regeneration can do a great deal during pregnancy. This can be a help for the gothic gymnastics.


Everyone is advised to perform pelvic floor musculoskeletal training during pregnancy. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles can help keep the pelvic organs in a better condition before birth. However, after birth it is also necessary to keep these muscles in check and thus help bladder, in the end, the female genitalia maintain their function.

What can help: laser intervention

THE vaginal laser surgery menopausal women are best at treating vaginal discharge and the subsequent pain of vaginal atrophy. Significant improvement in the structure of the vaginal wall can be observed with the laser treatment effect: collagen and elastin are re-produced, resulting in a younger, more elastic state of the vaginal wall. postpartum vaginal laxity as well as the and Stress incontinence can also be used in treatment. However, how long it lasts and how long it lasts requires further investigation.

Nutrition and regeneration

It is important for a baby to look at his or her own body and try to do everything in its power to provide the body with the critical elements needed for recovery. If one falls through the vagina, very severe regeneration of the developed vaginal and pelvic muscles begins, in which large quantities of zinc there is a need. This trace element has a good effect on the recovery of the pelvic and vaginal smooth muscles, and also helps the production of collagen and elastin in smooth muscle cells. If you do not stop taking some of a relatnv zinc chi it develops first 2-3 months. Since nutrition in Hungary is poor in zinc, it is therefore advisable for women to use some form of nutritional supplement after childbirth, which in combination contains the trace elements that are necessary for the Omega-3 fatty acids that can improve muscle cells are workingthey also help the appearance of new smooth muscle cells. Equally important is the leucine is also an essential amino acid. Since leucine is not synthesized by the body, it is necessary to feed it with dietary intake. Leucine enhances muscle function and regeneration.Szakйrtх: Prof. Dr. Péter Takabcs, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urology