In order to create healthy generations, a break of at least 2 years should be given between two pregnancies. We call this the “safety interval” between pregnancies. This interval is also important for maternal health. At least 2 years are required for postnatal involution of all body organs, especially kidneys, that is, for the organs to return to their natural anatomical structure and physiological functions before pregnancy.
The importance of this increases even more in deliveries with surgical interventions such as cesarean section. The period between two pregnancies is very important not only for maternal health but also for the babies who will form our future. Therefore, information should be exchanged on contraception methods before, during and after pregnancy.