Doctors say that after the birth of one child a woman should not give birth at least 18 months.
Studies show that if a mother gives birth to a second child shortly after the first, it threatens her and the baby with health problems.
Children who were born in the same calendar year are called “Irish twins.” This phenomenon is considered quite dangerous.
The birth of a second child within 18 months after the previous one is associated with complications, with an increased risk of premature birth and the birth of a small baby.
This is because pregnancy shortly after birth does not allow the woman's body to recover.
In addition, pregnancy and breastfeeding reduces the amount of iron and other important substances in a woman’s body, but if she is pregnant again, the lack of these elements affects the development of the unborn child.