The first 24 hours after birth: 10 things they don’t tell you about the first 24 hours after birth


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The first 24 hours after birth: 10 things they don’t tell you about the first 24 hours after birth

The first 24 hours after birth: 10 things they don’t tell you about the first 24 hours after birth

Most pregnant women are well prepared for what’s going to happen during their labor. But they are often surprised about the things that can happen (or DON’T happen) within the first 24 hours after giving birth to their baby.
So, in this video, Nathalie Kaufmann, Pregnancy & Birth Consultant and TCM Therapist, and Mathias Ritter, Researcher and Science Geek, share with you the 10 things they don’t tell you about the first 24 hours after birth. To be precise, they explain what happens to your hormones after giving birth to your baby and how they affect your body after your delivery. They also discuss why a woman may experience pelvic pain during the first 24 hours after birth and even thereafter. Moreover, they discuss the challenges when it comes to breastfeeding and why you need to call a doctor when you experience chills. Finally, they also explain why your baby may not at all be who you expected!


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American Academy of Pediatrics: Colostrum: Your Baby’s First Meal (accessed on 01/12/2021) https://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/baby/breastfeeding/Pages/Colostrum-Your-Babys-First-Meal.aspx

Melissa Kotlen: The First 24 Hours of Breastfeeding (accessed on 05/12/2021) https://www.verywellfamily.com/the-first-24-hours-431727


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