What Duchess Really Felt Appearing On Public 7 Hours After Giving Birth To The Third Royal Baby, According To Medicine

The cheering crowd under the windows of the Lingo Wing of the St. Mary’s Hospital and the whole world waiting to see the third royal baby Prince makes The Duchess step to the stairs holding her tiny son close to heart!

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The journalists are taking pictures, the happy couple is smiling, and the baby is lying there peacefully, feeling safe in mommy’s arms.

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But! There is one huge “But”! Appearing on the public with makeup and high heels and looking radiant in front of the cameras does not necessarily mean Catherine feels that way!

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Giving birth is a miracle, and it is a natural process, but it is also a hard work and the storm of hormones inside the woman’s body. It is a sacred moment, and even for the third time, it is the new beginning and a shock to a woman’s body

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When you are a royal person, you would not talk about how you really feel after giving birth! Actually, every woman faces these consequences, but hardly anyone wants to share them with the public.

1. Postpartum bump – yes, it is still there! While celebrities hide it under the baggy clothes and use the compression belts for the belly, you can’t cheat the nature! The uterus was growing for 9 months to accommodate the baby and it can’t miraculously shrink to the normal size. It takes up to 6-10 weeks depending on the woman’s age and health condition.

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2. Pain. Labor is a hard physical work, the tissues may stretch and tear, in addition, the common procedure such as episiotomy cause postpartum pain and discomfort, especially while sitting or bending.

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3. Bleeding. It does not go anywhere. The placenta that came out left the open sores in the uterus that have to heel. It does not take just a few hours.

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4. Anal pain or discomfort, the bowel movements disorders. These all are temporary but may linger for a week or two.

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5. Emotional state is the whole other story! Every mother is different, but the hormones, which are secreted during labor and birth, make you feel detached from anything else but the process itself. A woman may feel aloof, indifferent, and even cannot hear or see what is happening around her for the first hours. Her all senses are focused on the baby.

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6. Postpartum depression. It hits from 10 to 20 percent of women, unfortunately. The symptoms include sadness, frequent crying, feeling of guilt and inability to cope, confusion.

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Every mother knows how it feels when the whole world goes upside down the very moment she hears the baby’s first scream. Instead of hiding away with the newborn and her family and come back to norm after the strenuous labor, the Duchess of Cambridge needs to get up and present the baby Prince to people, who are waiting with anticipation. Yet, there she stands! Catherine looks radiant and happy waving to the crowd, still, no one knows how she really feels.

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