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The saying that no pain no gain is a big truth that is hard to accept especially when a woman has just had a baby . Motherhood is sincerely a beautiful and eventful journey but . This not to scare the yet to be mothers but to prepare them for those challenging days. Women who has passed through these stage can testify to the trying times that comes during and after pregnancy. The joy of it all is when you sight your child, then you will realize the stress was worth it.
It is no longer news that during pregnancy period, you may have a number of annoying problems that are not dangerous but may need some attention. These problems include cramps, urinary frequency and incontinence, heartburn and indigestion, varicose veins, backache, constipation, hemorrhoids and thrush.
But there are some things that you have not been told about child birth. Imagine going through different weired things during pregnancy and then realizing after pregnancy, you still have some things to deal with.
Here are they:

(1) You will always be exhausted : Do not see this as a curse because it is the reality. This fatigue can last for days or even weeks, It is not your fault neither is it the baby. This is your body and there is nothing you can do to fight it. Instead just have enough rest.
(2) Abdominal Pain: Uterine contractions and healing of the abdominal walls can lead to some abdominal discomfort.
(3) Changes in your menstrual period : Your first menstruation after child birth may come sooner that expected . When it starts, your monthly period may be irregular and the period pains might increase or decrease.
(4) Bleeding: This usually happens when you just gave birth and can last from 2-6 weeks. Women generally experience discharge and bleeding during child birth. It is normal, do not be scared.
(5) Baby Blues: This can also be referred to as mood swings . It is normal for a new mum to feel sad or blue for about a week or two as you recover from your child birth. You may fine things around you irritating, may be crying for no reason .
(6) Constipation: A new mum is bound to experience constipation. To ease this, try drinking lots of water and eat more of fiber rich foods.
(7) Urinary Inconsistence : Your bladder may leak when you laugh or cough causing some pee to come out. This usually subsides with time.


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