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Breastfeeding Problems After Frenectomy
No, as long as...: No, as long as a woman is healthy and young (in her 20's or early 30's). If she gets married 25 and starts trying for a baby right after the wedding, or if she gets married at 23 and waits 2 years until 25 to try for a baby, the result should be the same. Biologically, her body doesn't know that she is married. However, when unmarried, she should avoid catching sexually transmitted infections. ...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
Which post-surgery pain killers are safe to take while breastfeeding? How soon after surgery can breastfeeding resume?
Post-op pain meds: Any prescriptive pain meds can be transmitted to the infant, so it is best to avoid if possible. Over the counter pain meds are also subject to transmission via breast milk, but since they are non-narcotic, have much less effects. Breast feeding can resume 12-24 hurs after most surgery, depending on the severity and length of the procedure. If possible, avoiding prescription medications is best. ...Read more
Decrease supply: Breast milk production is dependent upon stimulation (suckling) from the breast. The side baby nurses from will produce lots of milk and the unused side will produce little or none. Not harmful to baby, but could be very uncomfortable-lopsided!- to mom. If you're having problems getting him to feed on one side-see pediatrician or lactation specialist. They can help this common problem. ...Read more
How long should one wait before starting to smoke again after functional endoscopic sinus surgery and septoplasty? Effects of smoking after a week?
DON'T DO IT!!!: For crying out loud! why would you even want to start smoking again if you were able to stop for 3 weeks?!?! it's the single worst thing you can do for your health! it shortens life, causes horrible diseases and makes you stink. It's expensive and leads to early senility, impotence and wrinkles. I will never tell someone to resume smoking! u might not even need sx if you hadn't smoked! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Still hiccuping after eating 3 months post-nissen fundoplication. Is this permanent? Otherwise, surgery was complete success.
Hiccups post Nissen: This is likely related to ingesting air. Many reflux patients swallow air. This behavior must be "unlearned". It often resolves with time but takes months. Delayed gastric emptying is also possible. Try simethicone to see if it improves symptoms. Also avoid carbonation, gum, straws, raw veggies, and crunchy foods as these all increase gastric air swallowing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generally after you: Are finished having children. I have had to re-do two breast reductions in patients who had children after their first reductions and whose breasts became very large again with pregnancy and nursing. On the other hand, I have done reductions in 15 yr-old girls with enormous breasts and severe neck and back pain because of them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do it?: This is a drug that may be popular on the street but it's purity and both short/long term side effects are not completely understood. At the very least I would be concerned about the potential effects on your heart rhythm while undergoing General anesthesia. Even for herbal supplements, we advise cessation a minimum of two weeks prior to surgery. ...Read more
Will speech therapy correct lisp?Lisp before & after surgery.I had double jaw surgery for class 3 underbite.Right side of tongue numb after surgery.
How long after having a baby does it take hormones to stabilize? How long to have regular periods after having baby. 3 Mons ago. Not breast feeding.
2-3 months: If you did not breastfeeding, your period usually returns within 2-3 months. Give it a little more time, but if it doesn't return, call your MD. Remember that you will ovulate before you have your first period, so you can get pregnant without having one. Use contraception if you don't want to get pregnant again so soon. ...Read more
Breastfeeding: If you had surgery on one breast and are still breastfeeding, you can still continue from the other breast. You may need to pump from the breast that was operated on and may consider discarding the milk for 2-3 days after the surgery or if there is blood in the milk. It should be okay after the area is healed. You should talk to your surgeon to get his recommendations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hspitalzd for Afib hours after wisdom tooth removal. No prior heart issue history and only 25. Possible Nitrous Oxide used during surgery contributed?
Congenital: The cause of your arrhythmia is most likely a structural abnormality that you were born with. I could not find any links between nitrous oxide and atrial fibrillation in a quick literature search. Although the physiologic stress of sedation and the procedure could have tip you over the edge to trigger the atrial fibrillation. ...Read more
How long is it before periods return to normal after having a baby. I'm not breastfeeding, recent periods have been early.
I am having umbilical hernia repair mesh this monday. plan to have baby after waiting six months. can mesh cause problem for the baby..
Should be fine: It will almost certainly be fine. I have seen women get pregnant after mesh ventral and umbilical hernia repair with a couple different techniques and mesh and they were fine. Both mother and baby. You will want to get the operative report and discuss with your OB however in the event you need a c-section. A smaller mesh done with the open technique may be bwtter for this . Hope this helps! ...Read more
33 yrs old. Is it normal to experience Iritis twice after 2 months post cataract surgery. Any precaution required to work condition travelling?
Red eye post surgery: Iritis/uveitis after cataract surgery is not uncommon. If no surgical complication and implant in proper place ('in bag') it is due to rebound inflammation as steroids decreased. See eyemd to be sure haptics & IOL in proper place. Have steroids on hand during travel. Though rare: If persists after surgery, may need a blood work up for uveitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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