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Can i do some exercises for Weight loss after 9moths back of delivery ?

I delivered 9moths back. It was by operation they removed the baby. Now my problem is that i have put on lot of weight. Before this pregnency i was 55 kgs, now iam 68kgs. I also ffeding my child, he is also taking other things also. Iam really looking ugly. I donot whthere i can do dieting during this period. My mother will feed me a lot, she tells during feeding the child i need to take more food. I can understand this but it is making me put on lot of weight. Can i do some exercises at this stage, I need to she on my weight, kindly please help
Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response

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Medicine to reduce weight is not a good idea/suggestion.It should always be avoided. As you have under gone C.section 9 months back & till now you are breast feeding the baby.You can start with morning or evening walk with some light exercise daily for half an can also do jogging for 15-20 minutes daily.Avoid fatty & high calorie feed.start more top feed to your baby or start weaning as your milk now cannot provide all necessary nutrients to baby.Disclaimer
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Hi i had delivered 1 yr back, i was 59 kg before delivery. after 1 month after delivery my weight was 65 kgs. i didnt have normal delivery it was Cesarian operation. because of anaesthia only i gained wt, that is the cause for our overwt. i think even you had anaesthesia. it took almost 6-7 months for me to reduce the wt. i was lactating so need a very healthy food for milk production. so didnt go for any dietary restriction. did some walking and some yoga. this helped me a lot to reduce the wt, but it took a long time almost 6-7 months for me to reduce the wt. i will advice you the same, not to compromise on diet, exerise and yoga wil help.
  User's Response
Anaesthesia will not lead to any increase in weight....only thing is after cesarean section...we will have to take more rest ...which leads to increased contrast to normal deliver we will not need much rest..we can go for regular work with in a week .we can reduce our weight but it is a slow process ...being a feeding mother never reduce the food intake...only thing is walk as much as u can...and have a long term planning...once u are done with feeding..then u can diet...
  User's Response
why blaming anesthesia. it is common during lactation to put on lot of weight. we need to feed the babby so we eat lot of food stuff. i think we should not compromise on our eating pattern during feeding. after one year of delivery i started concentrating on reducing weight. within one year i reduced to almost to previous. i followed the strict exercise and reduced intake of food advise given by my doc. i think for the first one year after delivery we should not think of reducing weight.
  Anonymous's Response

You can start with light eercises.

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