After the rest and recuperation in the puerperium, which is close to the end of confinement period, the mother will generally feel that her body has basically recovered. However, how well your body is recovering and whether the baby is normal can only be determined through postpartum examination. Therefore, postpartum check-ups are not optional, nor can they be replaced by feeling good about yourself. Postpartum check-ups can detect a variety of diseases in new mothers in time, and can also avoid the impact of mother\’s illness on the health of newborns. It can also help new mothers take appropriate contraceptive measures in time, especially for those who have serious complications during pregnancy. It’s even more important for new mothers. Therefore, do not neglect postpartum physical examination. Postpartum check-ups are usually performed between 42 and 56 days. The major aspects of postpartum examination include maternal and infant aspects, each of which has its own specific examination content. 1. Weight If you gain excessive weight during the puerperium, you should insist on gymnastics exercises, eat more foods rich in protein, vitamins, and fiber, and reduce the intake of sugar and staple foods. 2. Blood pressure Regardless of whether the blood pressure during pregnancy is normal or not, it is necessary to check the blood pressure after delivery. If blood pressure has not returned to normal, further treatment is warranted. 3. Urine and blood. Women suffering from pregnancy poisoning should pay attention to their recovery and do routine urine tests. Women with pregnancy complicated by anemia or postpartum hemorrhage should have their blood routine checked. If they are anemic, they should be treated in time. Women with heart disease, hepatitis, urinary tract infection or other comorbidities should go to the internal medicine or obstetrics department for further examination and treatment. 4. Pelvic organ examination to check the healing of lacerations in the perineum and birth canal. The recovery of pelvic floor muscle and tissue tension, and whether the vaginal wall is bulging. Check the amount and color of vaginal discharge. If the discharge is bloody and abundant, it indicates poor uterine recovery or inflammation of the endometrium. Check whether there is any erosion on the cervix. If there is, it can be re-examined and treated after 3-4 months. Check the uterus for normal size and prolapse. If the uterus is positioned backward, you should sleep on your side and correct it by sleeping on your knees every day. Check the appendages and surrounding tissues of the uterus for inflammation and masses. Women who undergo cesarean section should pay attention to check the healing condition of the abdominal wound and whether there is any adhesion between the uterus and the abdominal wound. 5. Breasts and nipples If the mother’s nipples are abnormal, which is not conducive to the newborn sucking milk or is not conducive to maternal health care, the doctor will give advice on how to deal with it.