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This is my 2nd C-section and my DS will be 2 months tomorrow. And I feel back to normal. Not sure if it's because I also have a 21month old toddler to look after as well that I am always on the go no time to "think" I did take the 6 weeks a little easy with the help of my DH and Mother. (THANK GOODNESS) but I'm in fully back 100% to myself and on top of that back to working out at the gym. Give yourself a few more weeks ;) hang in there!!Cheers,
I am 6 weeks PP and this was my first baby, first c-section etc--and I'm totally fine. My incision is sometimes still a bit sore but I'm back to working out and I really don't feel there is anything I can't do at this point.
I really started feeling pretty good about 4-5 weeks PP. Hang in there, I bet you notice a huge difference in how you feel in another week or so!
It must vary from woman to woman. I feel like a millon bucks. I ran errands yesterday, did laundry, and went for my first post-op mile walk with my DH last night.
Give yourself time. I don't think there is a timeline that every woman will fit into.