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Can I Get A Massage While Breastfeeding
12 weeks: Most massage therapists won't touch a pregnant woman until after her first trimester because this is the riskiest time for miscarriage. Once you are passed week 12 you should no longer lie on your stomach unless your therapist has a pregnancy pillow or table. If you lie on your back you should have a small pillow or towel under your hip/back. No deep tissue massages. ...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
From across the room: There is no rational reason to ever see a chiropractor while pregnant. If you were seeing one prior to the pregnancy, and have persistent symptoms, you should be evaluated by an orthopod. Nothing that happens in pregnancy should ever be approached in any manner by a chiropractor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a sore throat and use Oregano oil for relief. Can I take it while lactating- breastfeeding a 2 month old?
Can I take Advil (ibuprofen) while breastfeeding and if I do will it get into my milk? I have some very sore muscles in my back.
Probably okay: Lysine is an essential Amino Acid that is required in your diet. The recommended daily allowances are increased during pregnancy and breast-feeding. It crosses the placenta and is found in breast milk. It is sometimes taken to prevent recurrent herpes infections. Talk with you doctor about the dose that can be taken during pregnancy. Essentially, though, it is safe to take in normal doses. ...Read more
Possible: Yes, you can get pregnant while breastfeeding. Although breast feeding may inhibit your menstrual periods for a while after you deliver, it is definitely not a reliable method of birth control. If you don't want to get pregnant at this time, talk with your doctor about birth control. ...Read more
I breastfeed and I have being using oralject claire gel i would like to know will it haram my son? Can I use it a short period then stop
Is it safe to have sex after a miscarriage? How soon can I try to have a baby again? Should i still keep taking prenatal vitamins?
Sorry for your loss!: Sorry to hear about your miscarriage. How long to wait after the miscarriage to have sex depends somewhat on whether or not you required a d&c, so i would recommend talking to your obgyn. I typically recommend that patients have 1-2 normal cycles after miscarriage before trying to conceive again. If you are thinking of trying again soon, i would advise staying on prenatal vitamins. ...Read more
Yes: It is safe for the pregnancy as long as you have it done in a well ventilated area. But using chemical products in pregnancy can damage your hair more than if not pregnant. Having said that, many women have used these products safely without any significant hair damage. The baby will be happy you look so good momma, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I cannot get pregnant while breastfeeding even 1/day due to high prolactin. Is there any way I can continue to nurse and get pregnant?
Breast feeding: yes , you can get pregnant while nursing. ...Read more
Hard to comment: There are arguments back and forth about the safety of alcohol consumption during breastfeeding there are some basic facts. Alcohol will pass through the breast milk and it lingers in the milk after it is made.Alcohol converts to byproducts that are toxic to the developing brain.There is no level of alcohol exposure that is considered safe to a developing infant. ...Read more
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