Having a cesarean section for the birth of a child, especially when done in an emergency under general anesthesia may affect you in many ways. You will not be conscious to see your baby at the time of birth, you may not hear their first cry, and even milk may also take some time to come. Feeding the child after a C-section is a major concern for many mothers because;
They feel quite tiring sitting for long hours.
They may have a drip on their hand, due to which they are unable to move their hand and hold the baby.
Sitting for a long time can affect the healing time of stitches.
Stitches can get infected which can make it difficult for them to sit.
All these things can make you and your little one frustrated. However, if you follow the right techniques, you can make it easier for you. …