Bandage: what is it for and what are they
The second trimet of your pregnancy comes to an end, and, most likely, you already have an impressive belly.
Because of the increased size of the abdomen, the load on the spine increases and spin appears, and muscles in the waist and abdominal region suffer.
To help the future mother to ease the state of health, support the growing tummy, and also to restore muscle tone after the birth will help the bandage. About how this miracle-invention of modern medicine works, whether it is necessary for everyone and what kinds of bandages are, we want to tell in our material.
Most often wearing a bandage is recommended by a doctor, starting from the 25th week pregnancy, if pregnancy is prolific a little earlier.
What are the advantages of wearing a bandage, why is it necessary?
Using a bandage from the spine of a pregnant woman excessive load is removed, which appears due to the displacement of the center of gravity and leads to an overload of the vertebrae.
Also the bandage will help not to prematurely lower the fetus and pressure on the internal organs of the future mother.
The bandage protects the abdominal skin from excessive stretching, which means, decreases the likelihood of stretch marks. Also, after giving birth, the stomach will quickly take a compact form, will not perform, as the abdominal muscles in the embraces of the bandage will stay toned.
Important: correctly put on the belt-bandage goes on the bottom of the buttocks, completely passes under the belly, resting on the hips, and in front grabs the pubic bone. It is not difficult to master the science of wearing a bandage, the most important thing to remember is that you should be comfortable in it and nothing should stop, press or deliver uncomfortable sensations.
About the need wearing a postpartum bandage the young mother will be informed by an obstetrician-gynecologist who will make this conclusion based on the course of pregnancy, delivery and individual characteristics of the female body.
Wearing a postnatal bandage will allow the young mother to quickly get in shape, because with his help the abdominal muscles and abdominal wall will quickly acquire a lost tone, reduce the risk of a sagging belly. Also, the postpartum bandage will make it easier to transfer loads and quickly return the slenderness to the silhouette.
Postpartum bandage is made of a more elastic material, most often it has multi-level fasteners, a dense supporting insert on the stomach and an elastic upper band, a tight waist.
The use of postnatal bandages is not recommended or limited to a doctor in the following cases: