Periods for Contraception
If you are not breast feeding your first period may return around 28 days after the birth and could be heavier than usual.
If you are breast feeding you may have a period, but in most cases this does not happen until after you stop breast feeding. Remember you can become pregnant even if you have not had a period (87).
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However, it is presumed that you have come to the beauty spa recognizing that it is staffed with trained and experienced professionals, who are expert in providing the services that you want. Let them do so, and you will probably find that your visit will be at least educational, and at best satisfying and beneficial. Some people actually have a hard time allowing others to wait on them, do for them, and otherwise pamper them. It is not often in life that we find ourselves in an environment where we’re really expected to do nothing but enjoy ourselves, and it may take some getting used to. It is certainly an important part of the pleasurable escape a beauty spa is intended to provide, but sometimes it takes an effort to accept this unique feature of the beauty spa environment. The staff will follow your lead on whether you want to chat or not; whether you can more fully relax while a treatment or service is taking effect with someone in the room or alone; and your preferences in terms of the environment (lighting, music, aromas, snacks, . If you feel free to express those preferences, without being pushy, bossy, or bullying (those attitudes aren’t necessary; the staff is ready and willing to carry out your wishes), you will have the best experience that the staff is able to provide for you. In certain instances, you may find yourself sharing beauty space and time with other beauty spa clients who are there for the same services you are. More likely, you will encounter other guests in common areas, where visitors are free to wander in and out, and decide how long they want to stay and what they want to be doing while there. Naturally, everyone is expected to enjoy himself or herself, while treating other respectfully.