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Hopefully One: Tummy tuck surgery can be repeated if necessary. However, best to plan the tummy tuck correctly, in relation to life circumstances such as pregnancies and/or weight gain/loss. In other words, best to undergo tummy tuck surgery once when pregnancies have been completed and patients have achieved a long-term stable weight. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Safe low: Tucks (witch hazel) hemorrhoidal ointment is used for: treating pain, soreness, burning, and itching of the anal area due to hemorrhoids and other anorectal disorders. Tucks (witch hazel) hemorrhoidal ointment is a topical anesthetic. It works by blocking pain signals from the nerve endings in the skin, which helps relieve discomfort. Some medicines interact with tucks (witch hazel) hemorrhoidal ointmt. Interaction is low-relatively safe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sweet dream tea: The caffiene present in the tea can decrease milk production. ...Read more
Hi, i would like to know if it is safe to use vagina tightening cream(natural ingredients:manjakini, witch hazel extract, aleo vera)during breastfeeing?
Shouldn't be a : Problem but i don't think there's evidence to support a regimen like that to narrow the vagina. ...Read more
Moderately painful : Any surgery that involves cutting or sewing muscle tends to be somewhat painful. Most tummy tucks (witch hazel) will also include muscle tightening. Patients generally manage the pain quite well with a medication such as vicodin. I've never had a patient tell me that the pain was so significant that she regrets having the surgery. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I drink non dairy milk like cocunut milk but i want to avoid whiteheads/ acne, almond milk or cocunut milk wich one is a da best option to avoid that?
Azelex (azelaic acid): Axelex can initially cause breakout and if the breakouts continue to occur stop the medication and use another product. ...Read more
Most can: Breast implants can reduce your chances of being able to breastfeed by about 15-20%. Studies have been done that have shown no silicone being passed into the breast milk in women with silicone gel implants. Mastopexy does carry a higher rate of inability to breastfeed than augmentation. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
No, generally not: Cerazette (generic name desogestrel) is a progesterone-only contraceptive pill, or "mini pill." it works by keeping your body from releasing an egg from the ovary, and also thickens mucus in the cervix (the opening to the uterus) to prevent sperm from entering. Finally, it changes the lining of the uterus to make pregnancy even less likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer