Fatigue usually improves over the first 6 weeks after birth.
Fatigue can help reduce the incidence of postpartum depression.
Nursing mothers can minimize fatigue by breastfeeding in the side-lying position.
Number 4 is correct.
Rationale: Comfort measures such as side positioning during breastfeeding can help minimize fatigue. There is no evidence that supports PPF as being more common in cesarean births; it is, however, associated with long labor and cesarean births. Fatigue tends to worsen over the first 6 weeks after birth. Symptoms of PPF can be interrelated with postpartum depression.