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Is it normal that my baby's genitalia and breasts seem swollen?

Is it normal that my baby's genitalia and breasts seem swollen?

Prenatal hormones: Infants often show the influences of maternal hormones with genital enlargement at birth and breast tissue enlargement in both male & female infants.This will generally revert to a more normal appearance by 4-6 m. ...Read more

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I just had a baby i cannot breastfeed, im using a binder but feel my breast swollen and in pain im afraid to get mastitis, what's the best thing to do?

I just had a baby i cannot breastfeed, im using a binder but feel my breast swollen and in pain im afraid to get mastitis, what's the best thing to do?

NO BREASTFEEDING: Why do you not want to do breastfeeding? Did your OB encourage you to do that? It is best for your baby even for a short time only. Use a breast pump to decongest the swelling and feed it to the baby. Your breast will dry out of milk if no breast feeding. ...Read more

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Can the genital herpes virus be passed to a baby through breast feeding?

Can the genital herpes virus be passed to a baby through breast feeding?

No: As long as there are no lesions or outbreaks that occur on the breast and you wash your hands after using the bathroom, there you should not be able to transmit the virus. ...Read more

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Hi .i infected by genital wart since 3 years ago. I treated by nitrogen and then disappeared, .. and i dont have ever that now ,, Is it possible that I have completely recovered from the virus.. im pregnant know can i infect my baby through breast f

Hi .i  infected by genital wart  since 3 years ago. I treated  by nitrogen and then disappeared,   .. and i dont have ever that now ,,  Is it possible that I have completely recovered from the virus.. im pregnant know can i infect my baby through breast f

Gone is gone: Once the HPV warts have been treated and have been documented to have departed, unless there is a visible recurrence then they are now GONE and there is no risk to the delivery of your baby nor can it be transmitted by the breast. Tell your OB MD so she/he can check the genital area prior to the delivery to be certain. ...Read more

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I have fibrocysitic breasts. They are so painful and swollen. I've tried everything! what can I do will a breast argumentation help?

I have fibrocysitic breasts. They are so painful and swollen. I've tried everything! what can I do will a breast argumentation help?

See a doctor: Your doctor may use fine-needle aspiration in which your doctor uses a hair-thin needle to drain the fluid from the cyst. Removing fluid confirms that the lump is a breast cyst and, in effect, removes it, relieving associated discomfort. Rarely, surgery may be needed to remove a persistent cyst-like lump that doesn't resolve after repeated aspiration and careful monitoring. Hope this helped :]. ...Read more

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My breasts are swollen and when I squeeze them like colored milk squirts out I tasted it it doesn't taste like puss and I'm over a month late?

My breasts are swollen and when I squeeze them like colored milk squirts out I tasted it it doesn't taste like puss and I'm over a month late?

Colostrum present: Colostrum is the expression of a discharge from the breasts usually when pregnant. It can also occur with breast tumors, pituitary prolactin secreting tumors, and some drugs. You need to check a pregnancy test first, and if negative see a MD for additional testing. ...Read more

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I m 26 and have fiberadenoma in my right breast. it feels like it is attached to adjacent swollen tissue from right. is it ok or worth worrying.

Needs further eval: You should never assume that a mass in your breast is a fibroadenoma. It should be evaluated by a breast radiologist or breast surgeon with an ultrasound and possibly a needle biopsy. Then even if it appears to be benign or is shown to be most likely benign by a needle core biopsy, if it enlarges, causes you pain or causes you concern you may wish to have it surgically removed. ...Read more

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