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Doctor insights on: Breastfeeding Positions After A C Section

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Dr. Abraham Jaskiel
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Breastfeeding (Definition)

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


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What is the best way to reduce weight after having baby by c-section and now breastfeeding too?

What is the best way to reduce weight after having baby by c-section and now breastfeeding too?

Removal & avoidance: If you have developed a delayed (contact) dermatitis to the adhesive or other chemical component in the steristrip, removal and replacement with some other means of closure is optimal treatment. Symptomatic treatment would be topical or if severe enough oral corticosteroids. Patch or delayed hypersensitivity skin testing could be used to try to id the offending chemical(s) for. Future avoidance. ...Read more

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I had my 4th C-section 3 weeks ago and have had diarrhea ever scince.I am breastfeeding.I feel fine otherwise what could this be how can I treat it?

I had my 4th C-section 3 weeks ago and have had diarrhea ever scince.I am breastfeeding.I feel fine otherwise what could this be how can I treat it?

Diarrhea: You probably got antibiotics during and after your c section. Because you've had the diarrhea for 3 weeks, it could be related to that. I would actually see your OB doc to confirm what the cause might be. In the meantime hydrate well, increase your fiber intake. ...Read more

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Hi i had a C-section dec2 2012 I am pregnant 5 week now and i breastfeeding should I stop breastfeeding and how about the dlivery i must havec section?

OB/GYN: If you are eating enough calories of high quality fat and protein you cn continue to breastfeed unless your doctor feels differently. The decision to have a c-section again verss a vdac ( vaginal delivery after cestion) will be up to your gyn. ...Read more

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Had a c-section 7 months back. Bottle and breastfeeding . No periods yet. Worried.

Had a c-section 7 months back. Bottle and breastfeeding . No periods yet. Worried.

Don't worry, but...: This can definitely be normal, especially with continued breastfeeding. However, you should still be using birth control if you are sexually active and don't want to get pregnant again, since it is unpredictable when you will begin ovulating again. ...Read more

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I got my periods 2 months after my c section. The following month i didn't get it at all..is this normal.am still breastfeeding my baby?

I got my periods 2 months  after my c section. The following month i didn't get it at all..is this normal.am still breastfeeding my baby?

Normal : after Your baby was born, the hormone levels in your body will decrease over time (2 - 3 months), your menstrual period may return. Breast-feeding is a wonderful thing to do for you and your baby. Breast-feeding causes levels of other hormones to increase. These hormones will decrease the frequency of your menstrual periods but do not stop your period - 100% of time. call OB doctor for appt. ...Read more

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3 months ago i had a baby boy via c-section and i've been constipated for the past 2 weeks what can I drink while i'm breastfeeding?

Stool softener : Try a stool softener such as colace or miralax (polyethylene glycol). Follow bottle instructions. See your doctor if it doesn't help. Also make sure to drink plenty of fluids and a good balanced diet with enough fiber. ...Read more