Pregnant for ten months and give birth to a child, is it over? No, this is just the beginning of being a baby mother. The first 24 hours after giving birth is very important for mothers who have just given birth. On the one hand, the mothers are extremely weak, and on the other hand, they are also affected by the continuous contractions after giving birth. Exhausted. However, within 24 hours after giving birth, these five important things as newborn mothers must pay attention to.
1. Early physical contact and early sucking
Early physical contact can allow the mothers to get psychological comfort and increase the relationship between mother and child, whether it is a normal delivery or a cesarean section; early sucking after the birth of a child can make the baby have a very strong memory of breast milk, also Let Baoma produce more prolactin and oxytocin in the body, stimulate the production of more milk, and also help the uterus to regenerate; promote the early secretion of colostrums, so that the baby can obtain the rich antibodies and proteins in the milk as soon as possible to enhance immunity .
2. Lactation and breast dredging
If mothers want to provide more breast milk to their babies, on the one hand, they need to produce more milk through continuous stimulation, on the other hand, they need to ensure that the mammary ducts are unobstructed. Therefore, it is necessary to promote lactation and dredge the breast after giving birth of. Studies have shown that the use of electrical stimulation combined with manual massage, stimulates the secretion of prolactin and oxytocin by simulating the stimulation of infant sucking, promotes blood circulation in the breast and smooth mammary ducts, and ensures good breast milking conditions.
3. Prevent urinary retention
A normal parturient woman urinates spontaneously for 4-6 hours. Failure to urinate for more than 8 hours is postpartum urinary retention. Postpartum urinary retention may be related to the following factors:
1) Anesthetics directly act on the pelvic floor and vaginal nerve muscles to reduce the contraction function of the bladder and easily cause urinary retention;
2) Prolonged labor during normal labor and prolonged compression of the bladder and urethra, resulting in decreased bladder function and urinary retention;
3) Suture of perineal incision and perineal pain lead to spasm of urethral sphincter;
4) After giving birth, the abdominal wall becomes loose and the abdominal pressure drops, which makes urination weak;
5) The parturient is not used to lying in bed to urinate, and it is easy to cause urinary retention if not urinating for a long time;
6) Mental factors.
Studies have shown that the use of electrical stimulation at 2h or 8h postpartum to intervene in the urination function of the parturient has significantly shortened the time for the first urination of the parturient and the incidence of postpartum urinary retention is also significantly reduced.
4. Pass gas anus as early as possible
Pain after cesarean section and the use of anesthesia during the operation make the bowel in a paralyzed state for a long time, and the late getting out of bed after the operation prolongs the passage gas anus time. Studies have shown that starting electrical stimulation 8 hours postpartum can improve local blood circulation, promote bowel movement, help early exhaustion, and restore bowel function as soon as possible.