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The appearance of this type of Lochia (# of days of occurrence) is pink or brownish, watery and odorless

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  1. The appearance of this type of Lochia (# of days of occurrence) is pink or brownish, watery and odorless.
  2. The appearance of this type of Lochia (# of weeks of occurrence) is yellow to white, may have a slight stale odor.
  3. This is the psychological period of dependence, where the patient depends on the nurse to do everything for her.
    Key Points:
    - Therapeutic Sleep is needed
    - Patient wants to talk about L&D
    - Touches and explores the infant
    - Relies on others for needs
  4. This is the psychological period where the patient becomes independent. The patient gets OOB, walks around, takes a shower, and feeds the baby.
    Key Points:
    - Obsessed with body functions
    - Responds enthusiastically to opportunities to learn
    - May suffer from mood swings
    - Lack of sleep, and hormonal shifts may precipitate the blues.
  5. This is the psychological period where the patient is home. They are able to go shopping, see relatives, resume a somewhat normal lifestyle.
    Key Points:
    - New Maternal roles
    - May experience of feeling of being trapped, and wonder what life is about.

 

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