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7 weeks after a c-section but I took it very steady. It's not a competition, just do what you feel comfortable doing and remember that your abdominals will take a while to recover which will affect your core stability.
I've just got back on after three weeks post episiotomy (3rd degree) and forceps delivery. I only walked. I tried to trot but it was uncomfy. I only rode for 10 minutes as well. Figured I'd rather ride three times a week for 10 minutes and build up slowly than wait 6 weeks and do full on schooling session lol!!
Plus 4 weeks no riding I was going up the wall!!
Seriously though, it's about your body and what your comfy doing. Had anything hurt I'd have got straight off. No point in doing further damage and facing an even longer lay off!!
I'm due in December and I'm hopeful to get back on soon! due to an over cautious DH I haven't been riding in ages! So I'll strat slow for both me and the horses' sakes! they've been standing around all autumn, not working either. We should be well matched in unfitness.