Women’s Care provides comprehensive and compassionate postpartum care for women following pregnancy.
Women’s Care offers postpartum follow-up visits for women six weeks after delivery. During your visit, your provider will answer your questions and address any concerns you may have about breastfeeding, weight loss, sex after pregnancy, your emotional and physical health, and how you are adjusting to your life with your new baby. Based on your symptoms and concerns after pregnancy, we’ll create a postpartum treatment plan to help treat and manage the following conditions.
It is extremely normal to experience vaginal bleeding and discharge after you’ve given birth. Postpartum bleeding, also known as lochia, is when your body sheds the blood and tissue that lined your uterus. Bleeding will be the heaviest for the first few days and may have a few small clots. After 10-14 days, the flow will get lighter and eventually stop. Use sanitary pads instead of tampons until the vaginal discharge goes away.
Many new mothers experience the “baby blues” during the first days or weeks after delivery. For some women, new motherhood brings with it more intense feelings or postpartum depression. You may have postpartum depression if you are experiencing the following symptoms:
Women’s Care is dedicated to providing new mothers with personalized postpartum care. Our providers will help you manage your postpartum symptoms through recommended mental health counseling, medication, and guidance to help you start your journey as a new mom. Patients seeking expert postpartum or obstetrical services, please schedule an appointment at Women’s Care today!