How to take care of yourself after miscarriage

Our condolences to you and your family on the loss of your baby. We cannot erase your pain but we are here for you. We know that you are in mourning for what you have lost, your hopes and your dreams.

Grief is a process. There are no right or wrong ways to deal with your grief. You may feel lightheaded, angry, or afraid of your feelings. Emotions cannot be rushed. You may feel like talking and crying. Crying is the means that nature gives us to release tension. It may be difficult for you to share your feelings, or you may prefer to keep your pain private. Fathers may suffer from loss differently than mothers. From health news tribune you can know the best details about the same.

 We are here to listen and help you create memories to hold on to and harbor a baby that will always live in your heart.

Taking care of yourself at home

It is important to remember that suffering affects your body too. You need extra care and attention as your body recovers to its pre-pregnancy condition. Give yourself a break, ask for help when you need it, and gradually return to your daily routine.


  • Increase your activity level gradually. 
  • It is normal for you to experience periods of tiredness.
  • If you are taking pain medication, it may make you feel tired and it is dangerous for you to drive in this state. Ask your doctor when you can drive again.
  • For the first two weeks, avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting. 
  • Do not bathe in pools until vaginal bleeding has stopped.
  • If you had a cesarean delivery, limit your activities to low-effort household chores and other activities that you can do without straining your abdomen.
  • After three weeks, you can begin to increase the level of activity at your own pace and comfort. 

Feeding well

Even if you don’t have an appetite, it is important to eat a balanced diet to help your body recover physically and emotionally.

Taking care of your breasts

Your breasts can become very tender or swollen. This condition is known as engorgement or engorgement. It occurs on the second or third day after delivery and lasts about 24 hours. If your breasts get engorged:

  • Wear a good bra 24 hours a day. Take it off only for bathing. 
  • Avoid handling your breasts and do not press or express milk from them. 
  • You can take Tylenol if you have breast pain. 
  • Apply ice packs to your breasts to relieve discomfort and help dry the milk.   


  • Vaginal bleeding is normal after vaginal as well as cesarean deliveries.
  • If vaginal bleeding increases without you being more active, try standing for an hour. If the bleeding does not decrease, call your doctor.
  • You can shower or bathe at any time.
  • Don’t douche, use tampons, or have sex

Sex until after being examined by the gynecologist at six weeks after delivery. About these you can learn more as you read the biography Bashar Ibrahim.