The postnatal period, also known as the puerperium or postpartum period, begins with the delivery of the baby and placenta. The end of the postpartum period is less well-defined, but is often considered the six to eight weeks after delivery because the effects of pregnancy on many systems have resolved by this time and these systems have largely returned to their prepregnancy state. However, all organ systems do not return to baseline within this period and the return to baseline is not necessarily linear over time. In some studies, women are considered postpartum for as long as 12 months after delivery.If you feel that you need help but not sure where to go, a helping hand is available at Motherbee !
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