Uterine Involution (1)

Uterine Involution (1)

Uterine Involution

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Uterine Involution (1)

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Uterine Involution
Uterine revolution is a process where the uterus returns to its pre-pregnancy condition and weighs (about 60 grams). This process begins immediately after the placenta is born due to contraction of the smooth muscles of the uterus. The intensity of uterine contractions increases in response to a very large decrease in intrauterine volume.

Postpartum hemostasis is achieved mainly due to compression of intramiometrial blood vessels. The hormone released by the pituitary gland strengthens, regulates uterine contractions, compresses blood vessels and helps hemostasis. For 1 to 2 hours after the partum, the intensity of uterine contractions can be reduced and become gradually irregular. The importance of maintaining uterine contractions during this time, the mother is encouraged to breastfeed her baby. Early Initiation of Breastfeeding is the consciously baby starts breastfeeding himself after birth. The initiation of breastfeeding and suction of breast nipples by the baby is the normal indication of the puerperium period strengthening the stimulation of oxytocin release. When the baby sucks the nipple, the nerve reflex stimulates the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland to secrete the oxytocin hormone. Here, oxytocin accelerates the process of involution and minimizes blood loss.

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