The best products for new mums during the fourth trimester

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by Stephanie Anthony |
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New research released by maternal health brand, Lansinoh has revealed 80% of new mums1 feel they were not fully prepared for their own recovery post-childbirth.

Data reports that 85% of women2 will sustain some form of perineal trauma during vaginal delivery, yet despite this, Lansinoh’s research revealed 75% felt they were not prepared for the physical pain and recovery of the ‘fourth trimester’3.

To help support new mums during postnatal recovery, Lansinoh has launched its new Birth Preparation & Recovery range. This essential 4-step routine has been developed to help mums avoid the discomfort that comes during and after birth.


Perineal massage is recommended from 34 weeks of pregnancy and has been shown to reduce the risk


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1. Research conducted in April 2021, consisting of 250 mums across the UK

2. WEBB S, SHERBURN M and ISMAIL KHALED MK (2014) Managing perineal trauma after childbirth BMJ 349;g6829.

3. Research conducted via Instagram in May 2021, consisting of 169 responses

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