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6 Week Post-Partum Mommy Helper


Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! May you raise him/her in good health and enjoy watching him/her growing up.

Now it is time, while taking good care of your baby, to take care of yourself too.

It is important to exercise, eat right, get enough sleep, care for your psyche, and take care of your body post-pregnancy.

Here are few suggestions for you:

  • ·         Take 30 minutes daily alone or with your partner and disconnect from outside pressure. You can use this time to exercise, relax, read a book, or just vent out. It is important to get into the habit of routine exercise and stay hydrated. Don’t forget to do your daily Kegel exercises, especially if you do any exercise that may cause increased pressure in the pelvic area.
  • ·         Go out of house for 30 minutes or an hour without the baby 1-2 times per week to give yourself a break.
  • ·         Keep Dr. Simhaee’s diet that you used during pregnancy but decrease the amount of food and continue to avoid junk food. You can find this diet online at http://www.simhaeeobgyn.com/healthy-diet/. (will be changed to POST PARTUM DIET)

While you were pregnant and went through childbirth, the extra weight of the baby put pressure on your pelvic muscles. If you gave birth vaginally, then you had even more pressure on the vaginal walls and your pelvic muscles got stretched out even further. To better-understand this, let’s imagine blowing up and deflating a balloon. Each time you inflate a balloon and then release the air, the balloon stretches more and more. The same thing happens to your pelvic muscles and vaginal walls during pregnancy. Up until October 2014, you have heard Dr. Simhaee recommend you do Kegal exercises by yourself everyday or using his favorite therapy called FemiScan (the individual personal trainer). However, now he has a better and more revolutionary treatment which is called FemiLift.  By combining FemiLift and FemiScan after each pregnancy you can increase the muscle tone and vaginal wall elasticity while decreasing the stretch effect of pregnancy and delivery on your vaginal walls. This can prevent future problems that co-occur with loose pelvic muscles and vaginal floors such as: urinary incontinence, loss of air from the vagina (flatus), and other vaginal irregularities. In other words, FemiLift and FemiScan can rejuvenate your vaginal wall and muscles to keep you feeling young.

Dr. Simhaee has always been on the forefront of new, state-of-the-art treatments to help his patients.

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Manhasset OB/GYN Eskandar J. Simhaee, MD is a certified OB/GYN specializing in From the desk of Dr.Simhaee, obstetrics and gynecology, pregnancy, fertility, women's health and much more in Manhasset, NY. We also do Bacterial Vaginosis, Breast Health & Screening , Menstrual Disorders, Fibroids and Hysteroscopic Services, Prevention of Cervical Cancer, Ectopic Pregnancy, Endometriosis, Infertility, Menopause, Miscarriage, Ovarian Cancer Screening , Pelvic Disorders, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Post Partum Depression, Pregnancy Services, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Urinary Incontinence, Uterine Fibroids, Yeast Infections and all work related in the 11030 area and surrounding areas in Manhasset

 Dr. Eskandar J. Simhaee | Obstetrics & Gynecology | 1201 Northern Boulevard | Manhasset, NY 11030 | Tel: 516. 365. 6167