This was my second birth and my first time trying this. I was told the cramps get worse and worse after each kid. I started off not drinking enough. Which wasn't helping me really. I talked to my midwife and she told me to drink more of it. So I did and it helped so much!
Me ayudo muchísimo con las contracciones de utero luego del parto, lo utilice para mi 4to embarazo y ahora que estoy por tener a mi 5to bebé no dude en volverlo a comprar
The taste is tolerable and it def helps with easing the belly feels
This herbal blend worked so well and so fast to address the afterbirth pains/contractions. I wish I had known that I was going to need more than one bottle because when I ran out I could tell a huge difference and was scrambling to find a local store that sold it.
It was my first experience using afterease and I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the postpartum contractions felt this time around. Would recommend!
You should try this instead. The midwives I had for my second birth told me about AfterEase. I bought some after delivery because painkillers weren’t helping a whole lot. This stuff is AMAZING! I sing it’s praises to everyone I know. Just give it a try- and yes, the taste isn’t rainbows and sunshine, but just think of it as your postpartum gin & tonic;)
Having this available to ease my afterpains as a 3rd time mama was an invaluable resource recommend by my midwife. It is shocking how quickly it works and allowed me to avoid OTC pain medication.
Doesn't taste the best but worth the pain it takes away! I decided to try it after having my 6th child and so glad I did. I recommend it to anyone with bad cramps during nursing. The customer service was great, they made sure to deliver before my due date :)
This along with arnica tablets were essential in my recovery after a 10lb 1oz 4th baby!
It helped me so much in my recovery! Thank you for making some amazing stuff WishGarden!
After birth cramps, also known as postpartum uterine cramps, postpartum cramping, or after birth contractions, are the short-term pain women experience due to contractions that occur after childbirth. After birth cramps are typically caused by the uterus contracting and shrinking back down to its normal size. The uterus does not return to its pre-pregnancy size for about six weeks following childbirth. These uterine contractions can feel like menstrual cramps and can last anywhere from a few days up to six weeks after childbirth. The most common treatment for cramping after birth is an herbal tincture that contains the herb Crampbark. This can be taken every three hours during active periods of labor pains or at intervals as needed for lingering pain relief afterwards.