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7 Weeks Postpartum Not Breastfeeding But Theres Milk From Breast
What are normal estrogen levels while breast feeding? 5 weeks postpartum? 3 months postpartum? 6 months postpartum? (all while full-time breastfeeding
Why: When seeking medical advice it's customary to provide simple details like your gender and age. Also, what is the health situation. ...Read more
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
I am currently 2 weeks postpartum, I did not breast feed...woke up this morning with a tender hard immovable lump in breast. What can this be?
Be examined: It may be a blocked milk duct but impossible to diagnose without an exam. See your doctor for an exam and consider an US. If it is red warm and tender it may be an area of infection. Try a cool pack and Tylenol (acetaminophen) for relief. All the best. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 5 weeks postpartum and breastfeeding. I have a vaginal and breast yeast infection. How should i treat it?
Is it safe to use lecithin (up to 7.5 g daily) during breastfeeding for increasing the milk flow and to provide choline (via breast milk) to the baby?
Unknown: There isn't enough research to support the use of lecithin supplement as helpful to increase milk flow. There is research showing that supplementing in the range of 5 grams daily does increase choline in breast milk. But the risks and benefits of this is completely unknown. Mothers milk tea is a good product for increasing milk supply. ...Read more
My kud is 5 month old as I have started my job I was not able to breast feed him. twice a day I feed him. now he is 7.7kg .I want to increase my milk?
Increasing milk: There are several essentials when trying to increase milk supply. First, this is supply and demand, so as often as you can put baby to breast and/or pump when your not working, the better. Drink TONS of fluid - try to get at least 100 ounces a day. Then Google the word galactogogue - these are natural substances you can get in your diet that will help boost milk supply. GOOD LUCK! ...Read more
See below: The milk duct becomes swollen and milk can't pass. You can still breast feed however. ...Read more
Hard to say: Since milk is made continuously and the byproducts of drinking and smoking enter the milk, it is hard to be clear of any effort that would protect baby.Pumping and dumping for 4-6 hours after a night of drinking would likely clear the milk to a degree. The residual smoke you cannot smell remains in your hair and on your clothing. Baby will inhale ; be exposed regardless as long as you smoke. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer