How to recover from a Caesarean section. Part Two.

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We don’t usually learn about recovering from a Caesarean section until we are IN recovery. That’s not what we recommend. This can leave you blindsided, confused and disheartened. If you listened to our last ep, you’d know that caesarean section is NOT rare SO good birth prep means we need to include how to recover from Caesarean section right?

In this ep we talk about:

  • The hours just after a caesarean section
  • What happens in the hospital in the first few days
  • Pain and pain relief
  • Moving after a Caesarean section
  • What to do when you need to cough, sneeze and go to the toilet
  • What to expect in the first 6 weeks.

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