Lillian Muli is in the headlines today after she posted an image of her son Liam and his daddy, Jared Nevaton. An image that drew questions about whether she and Jared have reconciled?
The two seemed to have been having issues over the past couple of months and we all thought that they were done. But it seems that all is well in Lilliansville after the T.V anchor exclusively spoke to Mpasho.co.ke asking telling us that she and Nevaton had never been apart.
But apart from that drama, there was more than the mother of two revealed today. In a post on her Instagram page, she described the journey she has been on after giving birth 6 months ago to Liam.
She explained the difficulty she faced getting back her pre-natal body especially after having a C-Section to deliver the boy. She wrote:
I had a CS my Baby will be turning 6 months next week. Losing my tummy has been a struggle because after a cesarean you have to be careful not to hurt yourself as the healing process takes a while. I’m excited the Doctor says I can now go full out. @vinitaotieno and I are excited that you too will be a part of this; COMING SOON. Makeup by @bayaastouch photography by @njeriphotography
Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver babies. A caesarean section is often necessary when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at risk.
The risks with the operation involve:
Some women feel pain in the wound for the first few days and discomfort in the tummy for at least the first week or so after the operation, while the body heals.
Some women lose more blood overall with a caesarean than with a vaginal birth. Most of the bleeding will be at the time of the surgery so will be managed by your doctor.
About one in 12 women get an infection after having a c-section, so before you go into surgery, you’ll have a single dose of antibiotics, to reduce your risk.
Any surgery raises your chance of developing a blood clot, and this can be serious, depending on where the clot lodges.
A caesarean carries a risk of adhesions as you heal. Adhesions are bands of scar tissue that can make organs in your tummy stick to each other, or to the inside wall of a woman’s tummy.