Quelle: https://www.folio-familie.de/https://www.folio-familie.de/en/birth/phases-of-birth/post-natal-phase.html

schließen

All you need during every phase

Phase 1
From planning a baby up to the end of the 12th week of pregnancy

Folio® forte
Vitamin B9 (800 µg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3
Iodine
Folio® forte iodine-free
Vitamin B9 (800 µg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3

Phase 2
From the 13th week of pregnancy and up to the end of the breastfeeding period

Folio®
Vitamin B9 (400 μg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3
Iodine
Folio® iodine-free
Vitamin B9 (400 μg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3

If required in pregnancy
For well-being during pregnancy

Nausema®
vitamin B6
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B12

Phase 2
From the 13th week of pregnancy and up to the end of the breastfeeding period

Folio®
Vitamin B9 (400 μg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3
Iodine
Folio® iodine-free
Vitamin B9 (400 μg of folic acid)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D3

schließen

SteriPharm Pharmazeutische Produkte GmbH & Co. KG

Post-natal phase

Your child is born! The umbilical cord is cut (perhaps by the father?) and the baby is laid on your chest – an indescribable feeling of joy and happiness!

You will be amazed at how quickly your child begins searching for your breast. Your midwife will show you how to put your baby to your breast so that he/she can drink the valuable first milk (colostrum).

Share with your partner the feeling of elation that follows birth, take a rest and marvel at the tiny miracle you are holding in your arms.

The work is not quite over yet, however. With a couple more contractions (nothing compared to what you have already been through!), the afterbirth takes place. The afterbirth describes the expulsion of the placenta, which has detached from the uterine wall.

It is round and flat and is roughly the size of a small plate. In some cultures it is buried or even burned.

In case an episiotomy has been carried out, the incision is now stitched under local anaesthetic.

During this time, the midwife will carefully dab the baby (without removing any remaining vernix caseosa, which is a protective coating on your child’s skin) and conduct the first examination. All under the watchful eye of Dad!

Now the new family can spend around two hours undisturbed in the delivery ward area, where the doctor and midwife can still keep a bit of an eye on the mother and newborn baby. After that, you are moved to the maternity ward or you can go home if you had an outpatient birth.