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The maximal resting anal (MRP) and squeeze pressures (MSP) also fell post-delivery and at six weeks post-partum. However, by six months there appeared to be a return to pregnancy values (Table 6).
In the experiment of Roche (2007), pre-partum DMI restriction reduced milk fat production during the first five weeks post-partum in grazing dairy cows, but differences were not significant.
Grummer (1995) and Drackley (1999) described the transition period as the period from three weeks pre-partum until three weeks post-partum. This period is characterised by marked changes in endocrine status, a reduction in feed intake and a rising nutrient demand for the developing foetus and the impending lactogenesis.
(2009) observed no differences in hepatic TG content for cows fed different FA supplements or propylene glycol three weeks post-partum compared with control animals.
After parturition, the glucose concentration fell markedly in all experimental animals, independently of dry period diet, and reached a nadir about two weeks post-partum. This was also described by Roche et al.
(2003a), plasma glucose concentrations two weeks post-partum were significantly higher in cows receiving 8 kg/d concentrate in their ration compared with cows receiving only 4 kg/d (3.77 vs.
Perhaps cows stored more glycogen for hepatins because of consumption of a glucogenic diet prepartum in the HE and HEA groups, which resulted in higher plasma glucose during the first 3 weeks post-partum. In addition, lower milk production on a high energy diet would have resulted in lower demand for glucose for milk lactose synthesis.
The data in this paper derive from a longitudinal study of motherhood and emotional well-being of women in Indonesia; 488 women were interviewed in late pregnancy, and 290 at six weeks post-partum. This paper reports on in-depth interviews with four women who reported a stillbirth and six who reported a neonatal or infant death.
All the women who agreed to participate were initially interviewed in the clinics during the third trimester of pregnancy and 290 of them (60%) were successfully contacted for a follow-up interview at home at six weeks post-partum. Those not found had moved house or gone back to their family homes for delivery and post-partum care.
In-depth interviews were conducted by the first author with these ten women at home at 8-10 weeks post-partum, at which time only three of them had been visited by their health care providers.
Planned caesarean section was not associated with a higher risk of serious problems for the mother in the first six weeks post-partum. (2)