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Your health care provider will instruct you on when to leave for the hospital or birthing center. If your water breaks or you experience significant vaginal bleeding, call your health care provider right away. Active labor. Now it’s time for the real work to begin. During active labor, your cervix will dilate from 6 centimeters (cm) to 10 cm.

The sexual response cycle refers to the sequence of physical and emotional changes that occur as a person becomes sexually aroused and participates in sexually stimulating activities, including intercourse and masturbation.Knowing how your body responds during each phase of the cycle can enhance your relationship and help you pinpoint the cause of any sexual problems. The Many Phases of Your Post-Baby Body, Explained. When Conceiving Is Complicated: How Infertility Impacts Intimacy.

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This diagram is designed to show both the order of the phases (from family planning through conception and gestation, birth and maturation, adulthood, and finally lifetime achievement and retirement) and the relative amount of effort and importance related to each phase.

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I describe it last because it is, in my opinion, the most important of all antenatal and postnatal exercises and requires some explanation in detail.

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Postpartum A postpartum (or postnatal) period begins immediately after the birth of a child as the mother’s body, including hormone levels and uterus size, returns to a nonpregnant state.

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16 And after the narrowness of the “neck,” the first parts of the uterus broadening on both sides are called “shoulders,” the next “sides,” and the remotest part “fundus.”

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  • It’s strange isn’t it! Your videos hardly pop into my subscriptions! Anyway, was wondering if you could make a video just based simply around the pain of pregnancy, before giving birthday, during giving birth and of course after! I’m always curious and the videos I watch aren’t always indirect! #rawmumvideoplease

  • I was concerned about my post pregnancy weight,my friend suggested an herbal tonic “mummy magic weight lose tea” I shed 12 lbs by drinking that organic tea before every meal. I got rid of unwanted bally fat after c section without starving myself.

  • With my 4th baby I felt he wasn’t my baby, it was like I was holding a strangers baby. I cried a lot because I felt alone even though I had my family with me.

  • I’m 6 months right now and before being pregnant I was somewhat flat chested and the huge boob thing right now is a crazy change for me. I’m hopeful that they go back down afterwards

  • Wow I never heard of eye color changes but I know about vision changes. I am pregnant with my 3rd child now. I hope my dark eye color would change to light brown but I doubt it. My shoe size did change by half a size. Before I was ever pregnant I was a size 3 in kids. I think it is 35 in European. Now at the moment I am 3 1/2 kids shoe just measured on Saturday. My wedding ring was 5 1/4 U.S. now I can’t even fit in it. Everything changes after pregnancy. Everything gets big and the breast just sags after breast feeding.

  • A women lost everything when a baby is born… she lost her figure her hair… she don’t ve time for herself… actually she is just a new human being when baby is born but at the end of day when u see ur baby growing u forget everything… nothing matters to u… hats off to all mom out there

  • This video is amazing! It helps me remember of the time when my spouse used Custokebon Secrets to lose 16 pounds and enjoy being healthy again! Most people want to lose fat, but we also need to stay healthy, and that’s exactly what Custokebon Secrets gifted.

  • This is my first pregnancy and I’m 18 weeks when I’m telling u this and I’m so scared to give birth but taking it one day at a day! This video helps tho

  • Fast delivery ordered it late Friday got it on Monday. Very happy with the product great product for a great price. Lost 6 pounds the very first week and have lost ten pounds in a month. Would recommend weight loss gren store tea to anyone who wants to lose weight!

  • After I give birth, I will be saving money for plastic surgery to get my body back. I dont mind minor stuff but will want my butt, tits and hips back.I dont want to look like a child.

  • I just recently stopped breastfeeding I can not do it it’s so painful, I’ve dried up I stress too much, I’m depressed it’s just too much

  • I’m considering a whole mommy makeover (boob lift, vag lift, lipo etc.) but I won’t do anything until after my child is in school. I’m not due until April! ��

  • I had my daughter 6 years ago. Before I had her, I was a B cup, but they were perky. I also had a small butt. I was so self conscious of myself. Now I do have a bust D cup to be exact. My booty got bigger as well. I have been working out to lose the very last baby fat I have. However, I hate going to the gym because my boobs just stick out and jiggle when I work out, it’s embarrassing.

  • Your videos are REAL. Another thing that you didn’t mention if you breastfeed be prepared also if your child does not accept or like the bottle. I enjoyed breastfeeding as well April. I want to thank you for the video.

  • Everything you mention I been through it after my baby. Some of mean friends made plans without asking on group chat and it was heart breaking since i was going through postpartum. I never cared about people before having my baby but after I got mad at my friends for not working with my time. When I didnt have kids I always worked with friends with kids but now these girls dont even care about me joining for dinner.

  • It took until after my son weaned for me to lose all the baby weight. My body just clung to those last 10 lbs while breastfeeding.

  • Can you suggest modifications? After assisted labour it will be months before I can do a lot of this stuff (like squats) but I really need to start moving and this looks great just too fast and difficult

  • I’ve not lost a kilo since giving birth 6 months ago and breastfeeding has not done anything other than make me eat 3 times the amount of food than normally. I’m a certified nutritionist and I work out in the gym 3 times a week and walk 5-15 k all the other days. I’m still 70 kg normally I’m 50 kg

  • I breastfed my son until he was 2. I also worked and pumped 4x a day at work. My son nursed to sleep and woke up every 3 hours for 2 years. It was incredibly time consuming. It was incredibly exhausting. It was incredible, and I never in a million years would have ever thought that I would miss it but I do. I’m currently 39 weeks pregnant with my second son. I can’t wait to breastfeed again!

  • Oh my goodness I want to give you a big hug through my computer screen! This is my first workout since having my baby 5 weeks ago and it was exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!!

  • Im not going to have a baby anytime soon but now Im really worried about my boobs shrinking afterwards because they are already so small ��

  • Okay I hardly heard anything about the first post partum poop and I was TERRIFIED! I was so nervous and was taking whatever stool softener the hospital gave me and drank a lotttt of water and thankfully I had no problem. I felt like I was on top of the WORLD after that first poop and no pain! Lol ��

  • I never did any pelvic floor exercises and I’m as I was before in the vaginal area; only difference being that I do have stronger urges to pee when my bladder is full that I did before pregnancy. Apparently you actually get tighter right after your body does most of its healing work and then it loosens up to normal -which my husband I can both confirm with our personal experience lmao. My boobs are saggier and I’m still breastfeeding twice a day, but it’s great tbh because I have small A cups so it gives them a nicer bouncier vibe than when they stuck straight out of my chest 1 centimeter and barely existed. Also my areolas got HUGE during pregnancy and I was terrified of having pepperoni areolas around my nipples, but they shrunk back down most of the way and got lighter again. Now they’re just a little teeny bit bigger unless I’m cold lol. I got almost zero stretch marks anywhere and my tummy looks approximately the same as before and I don’t ever truly “exercise”, just fool around with stuff occasionally and run around cleaning the house and working in an office and corralling a wild baby who rolls everywhere. I will say that I changed mentally a ton and I’m more anxious now which stinks and my mood swings are greater at most times than before… as well as my extreme nausea seemed to have carried over because even now I have bouts of nausea very easily and sometimes my insides still hurt when it comes to sex even though everything seems to be healed from labor and the surgery I had three months later for retained placenta that made me borderline hemorrhage one night. Nothing seems different physically for the most part at this point and my daughter is 9 months.

  • Hi Amy, I am 9 months postpartum. I started doing this exercise from last 2-3 weeks and I am really enjoying it. It’s the best. I never worked out before.Can you please advise how would I know if I am recovered from pregnancy and ready to follow your advance routine to get a flat belly. Right now I have a belly pouch like 5 months pregnant. Thanks:)

  • Thank you for this April �� I just gave birth to my first baby girl on September 9th during Hurricane Irma. As if that wasn’t scary enough… parenthood as a FTM is even more scary! Constantly doubting myself.

  • I’m pregnant with my first child.. I think I’m scared about tearing and breast changes because I fear my husband won’t find me attractive after and I’ll have to consider some type of surgery to maintain intimacy with him. My hubby is wonderful it’s just that I am young and afraid especially these days about maintaining my physique and working and maintaining my relationships and being a new Mom. Life is busy I’m so excited but also a little scared that