If the tought of having your first poo after baby has you feeling nervous, then we’ve got good news for you! We have got your back… uh, umm… or bottom. Did you know that there are some simple things that you can do to help ease discomfort (and anxiety!) when it comes to that first bowel movement? That is right. We’ve got some tips to help you approach that first bowel movement with key information and more confidence. And we know that you’re busy, so we have summed it all up in a quick video to help! So have a watch. Your neither regions will thank you.
Tips for Your First Poo After Baby
We hope that our tips have given you some good information about that first poo in the postpartum period. With a little bit of preparation you can head to the toilet with more confidence! Remember, just making some simple changes and following these easy instructions can really improve your postpartum bowel movement.
Still Have Some Questions?
If you are still feeling nervous about that first poo after baby, feel free to read our blog about this same issue. You can find it right HERE.
Or maybe we have convinced you to take our birth prep course – with your pelvic floor and core in mind! Prepared for both vaginal and cesarean deliveries, of course. You can check it out HERE.
And if you really want a great step stool to make your toileting environment a dream, then you can find our link for the Squatty Potty HERE. (Remember – if you buy from our link, we stand to gain a little bit of income… so thanks!)
And as always, you can reach out with your questions and comments – we love to hear from you!
Katie & Eryn