Correct answer is option A
The use of both hands is helpful in assessing the fundus to prevent uterine inversion.
Uterine inversion is one of the possible complications of childbirth, the uterus literally turns inside out, and the fundus of the uterus comes through the cervix or even out of the vagina. The doctor, midwife or nurse will try to reposition the uterus and push the fundus back through the cervix.
Uterine involution is the process by which the uterus returns to its pre pregnancy state. It is a physiological process that takes 5 to 6 weeks.
The puerperium period cannot be hasten by accessing the fundus of the uterus, puerperium period is a period of about 6 weeks after childbirth during which the mother’s reproductive organs return to their original non pregnant state.