Did You Know These Natural Pain Relief Methods Really Work Post ChildBirth

Did You Know These Natural Pain Relief Methods Really Work Post ChildBirth

post childbirth pain relief

I am Pregnant!

Joyful, pink complexion and she rises every morning with a smile and a lovely expectation. But how to facilitate recovery after the mother has delivered the child?

Those first few weeks of pain and depression will feel like an eternity. The realization that you will have to live through so much discomfort worries every pregnant woman. However, there are ways to help your body postpartum. This is how you are going to feel:

And the condition of your most sensitive parts

You are:
Having contractions & Retaining urine

Basically, you got to recover for weeks from your giving birth experience. Afterpains are even stronger and more uncomfortable if this is not your first baby.

And Here Are Keys to Surviving Post Pregnancy Pains

1. Hygiene – Strict hygiene after birth is obligatory. Washing yourself with a soft baby soap or intimate shower gel is recommended only once a day. Use pure water to bathe yourself the rest of the time.
2. Hydration – Your body needs tons of water to produce breast milk. The lack of water can result in constipation and other problems.

Alleviate pain by having yourself relax and nurse regularly.

One of the most popular drugs for alleviating post partum pain is Paracetamol – because it is supposed to be safe when you are breastfeeding. Herbalists, however propose alternative herbal practices that imitate modern medicine.

And These Herbs Are Proved To Alleviate Your Pain

1. Chamomile and Sumac – For the young mothers with postpartum pains – the washing with potion of chamomile or sumac acts very beneficially.
2. Devil’s Claw – grows in the grasslands of southern Africa. Some studies have shown devil’s claw to be as effective as pharmaceutical painkillers. It can on some occasions cause digestive problems.
3. Clove Oil is a remarkably effective painkiller. Put a small quantity of clove essential oil directly onto the site. You can also gently rub powdered cloves or buds on the affected area.
4. The bark of the White Willow Tree has been used as a herbal painkiller since at least the time of Hippocrates. However do not take it if you are allergic to salicylates, including aspirin.

Some Spiritual Motivation For Giving Birth

“A woman, when she is in labor, has sorrow because her hour has come; but as soon as she has given birth to the child, she no longer remembers the anguish, for joy that a human being has been born into the world.” John 16:21

Yes, I was in intense pain, but it felt right. I trusted my body and tried my best to follow its lead. About two minutes into the pushing, I announced, “I like pushing!” and they all laughed. It was only when the birth was over that I registered that I was a mother. What a beautiful, incredible, intimate, enlightening moment.  —Aimee Wimbush-Borque Montreal, Quebec, Canada

After all the problems and pain it can cause, giving birth is still a very deep experience and it is worth all the trouble.

Are you a mother or a doctor? How did you deal with the post child birth pain? Would love to hear your tips and help for our readers. Share your thoughts in comments and share in your social networks if you liked the post.

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