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5 steps that need to be done after Caesarean section

Undergoing recovery period after a caesarean section is quite heavy. However, there are some simple steps that can be taken so that the recovery process takes place more quickly and smoothly. Mothers who give birth by cesarean section require a longer recovery time than recovery after a normal delivery. After a cesarean section, the mother who has just given birth also usually needs to be hospitalized for several days and may not carry out strenuous activities for several weeks. Even so, you don't need to worry. There are some simple steps you can take to speed up recovery after a caesarean section. Recovery from Caesarean section There are a number of things that you need to do so that the recovery process is quick and the results are good, namely: 1. Doing light physical activity A few hours after surgery, you do need to stay lying down and rest in bed. This is important so that your energy recovers, while waiting for the anesthetic effect to decrease. However, around 12-
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