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All my life my mom has given away what I treasured, momentos, cats, puppies. Since he was little, she has tried to buy my son. Now shes succeeding....?
Not sure of question: Sounds like giving things away a child likes and treasures would not win that child over. Is mom is giving your son "treasures" to win him over? What could be the difference in mom's eyes between now and then? Is it intentional? Is mom aware? Can anyone talk to her reasonably? Be open and kind if asking her about it. Most important is continuing a loving strong bond with your son. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 feel really depressed i had my baby 3 months ago and my partner thinks its post natal but i love my son and he makes me happy is he right?
I had sex with my girl friend on 3/6/2012 and she told me she get pregnancy...But she give birth 06/02/2013 is true that was my preg?
Question unclear: Are you saying her due date if june 2, 2013? If that is the date she expected to deliver then she got pregnant around september 9th, 2012. If this is not what you are asking then please restate the question paying careful attention to the dates and years you provide us. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband want to drink my milk.My baby is 3mnt old..Is it safe to give my milk to my husband.I read that when husband drink milk women get pregnant.
See below.: I have never heard that a man suckling from his wife's breast and ingesting breast milk will elevate her chances of becoming pregnant. I think this must be some sort of myth. ...Read more
Today my sister daughter she 1 year old fell on my wife on stomach as my wife is 15 week pregnant. Will it affect baby?
My wife is 21 yrs old. She has a family planning medicinal course becoz of her dates issues. We had unprotected sex and she says she is pregnant.
My brothers wife breastfed my niece for 2 months only. She has no breasts which increases my nieces curiosity about mine. How can i stop her poking me?
Curiosity: is common in children of this age. They are interested in how alike and different they are from older individuals of the same and different genders . explain that she will get breasts in the future and that it can be uncomfortable to have them poked. If she persists then explain that you don't like it and will not hold her if she continues ...Read more
Can be healthy: He may just have low testostosteron levels & lost his libido this is not necessarily unhealthy. Some 60-year-olds may only be interested in shapely sexy young women and are too embarassed to share this with an age appropriate girl friend. You could always discuss testosterone levels with him, if you are interested in sex, and have him see a dr./urologist if he is interested in such a relationship. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister haven't had her period for two month and she don't leave her house and she don't have boy who's friend. She keep saying im not pregnant?
About a year ago my sister told me she leaks milk. Why is this? Shes not pregnant & she has never had a kid.
Elevated Prolactin: In a woman who is not after giving birth or breastfeeding the milky discharge is usually caused by elevated levels of prolactin. Elevated prolactin levels can be caused by hypothyroidism or prolactin secreting pituitary adenomas (benign tumor but needs work up). Medications are also a common cause of galactorrhea (milky breast discharge), so she should check what kind of meds she is taking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complicated: First, you would need to know what kind of std she has, what are or were the symptoms, are there cultures, are you both monogamous, etc. There are many variables to your questions. Technically, there are indeed some conditions that are considered std's which could be transmitted even if you thought you never had them. You should both see an md...Together. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Family attitudes: Everyone in a family will have different attitudes about medicines for mental health treatment and this is driven by sociocultural phenomena in addition to the challenging philosophical questions about the mind in relationship to the physical world. There are also a lot of horror stories of antidepressants turning people in zombies. Talk with your doctor if you are having misgivings yourself! ...Read more
Great aunt on my dad's side said her, and her brother, and sister had colon cancer. could I get it too?
Yes: yes anybody can get it, some people are predisposed genetically. Family history is important, but mainly on first degree family members (father, mother, brother / sister). ...Read more
My 3 month baby has had colic since he was 2 weeks old. My mother in law tells me to boil mint leafs and give him one ounce. Is this safe?
INFANTILE COLIC: Average duration of crying first 3 month: 42 min to 3 hours, then slows down. Hypothesis:accumulating excitement from environmental stimuli during day discharged in the form of crying in evening. Many causes! over/under feeding, gas in stomach, cow milk protein/lactose intolerance, too hot/cold env. Temp, etc, etc. There is no documented/scientific evidence in favor of mint leaf use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No pregnancy: Semen must get in the upper vagina and up the fallopian tubes to fertilize the female's egg. Semen in the mouth enters the digestive tract where it is digested and can not achieve contact with the egg. So pregnancy is not possible unless the mouth contents are transfered to the vagina. ...Read more
I breastfeeding my baby he has 12 month and i'm pregnant in 6 weeks .Can i breastfeed my baby because he don't want to stop breastfeeding ?
Yes: You face the simple decision on how far into the pregnancy you want to bf or to just overlap.If this is a good nurturing time you both enjoy, continue.If you find yourself chasing baby down to feed & s/he makes it short & quickly gets off it is time to wean.The older baby is less likely to feel displaced/lost if he has moved on to a big boy feeding.Consult with your local la leche league chapter. ...Read more
My mom was sooooo worried about me cuz i didnt answer my phone she cried and she left everything & looked 4 me would that effect her health shes 47 yr?
My newborn is one month now and im thinking of stopping me breastfeeding her. Don't have much anyway...advice?
Breast feeding : Please go see your pediatrician before you give up. There are remedies that can help. The real test of effective breast feeding is your baby's weight gain. Let that help guide your decision too. Health departments can also help with breast feeding counselors who can give you some good coaching. Formula feeding is fine but breast milk is cheaper and comes ready to feed. Best wishes! ...Read more
Hi Doctor, let me advice whether I can participate in sex with my wife , now she is pregnant (4th month).
Yes: As long as she feels well and you use a position that is comfortable to her there should be no problems. ...Read more
My mom, my grandma and my mom's sister all had breast cancer (and died). I was told that mastectomy reduce the risks for me. Is that true?
Yes, very likely: Breast Cancer is a genetic disease. In 5-10% of cases, it runs in the family. That seems to be the case here. This is what Angelina Jolie had(it is called BR-CA positive Breast Cancer). Removal of both breasts before Cancer develops is one good solution for this type of breast Cancer. Your doctor can easily run the BRACA test for you and a genetic counselor can further guide you in this regard. ...Read more
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