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  1. Hello Dear,

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    The cutting of the skin and muscles stimulates nerve fibers to signal pain. As the body begins to heal, pain should decrease and eventually stop. The amount of time pain lasts after surgery can depend on several factors such as - A person’s general health and the presence of other coexisting medical problems.

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  2. User
    Is this curable madam? My C-section is due to motion of my baby in womb.
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      This pain will go off completely within 6 months as uterus takes 6 months to go back to its normal pregnancy size and sutures used in surgery also causes stretching effect which will also go away in about 6 months .
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    Mam,Can I do surya namakasrams and some exercises?even though their is little bit pain
    • Hello Dear,

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      Don't do any strenuous exercise or heavy lifting in the first couple of months. However, you can begin practicing your pelvic floor exercises as soon as you feel up to it. Pregnancy can put a strain on your pelvic floor, so these exercises are important, .
      Aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, jogging, swimming, or cycling, will help you to shed some baby weight. You may only be able to do 10 minutes of exercise to begin with, but you will gradually get stronger. The effects of pregnancy hormones can affect your joints for up to six months after birth, so don't do any high-impact activities too soon.

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