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Energy: Vitamin b-complex is my favorite.Get a more detailed answer ›
Iam 17 years old and I am forgetting things and I can't seem to focus abd recall what I just did ?
See a doctor ASAP: That is alarming. You need to see a doctor and be examined soon as possible. ...Read more
Been drinking energy drink called g fuel for the passed few days today the time I normally drink it, I couldn't focus n I was a dizzy/light headed.
When you can: It depends on why you are pumping. If you are engorged, pump until your breast is compressible before the start of the feeding. If you exclusively pump, try to pump 8-12 times a day. If you are pumping or build your supply or store milk for future use, after nursing is a good time. You don't ever have to pump- since the best "pump" is the baby, but if you have a reason to, pump whenever you can. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Helpful: Insulin pumps are most helpful in type1 diabetics who eat frequently throughout the day, have tendency towards high sugars in the morning due to "dawn phenomenon", and/or are unable to achieve good control despite multiple injections of Insulin daily. The pump provides a "basal" rate of Insulin that can be adjusted throughout the day. You still need to tell it when you eat and how much Insulin to do. ...Read more
A large tube: Is placed into your stomach through your nose or mouth. Then a large amount of water is poured into the tube and the contents are sucked out. This is repeated until there is nothing in the stomach. It is an unpleasant experience. ...Read more
Not sure what u mean: A breast pump can be purchased after having a baby to help promote milk production. They are available are large retail stores. There are also pumps that are sold under the false impression that they will increase breast size. These are scams and should be avoided. ...Read more
Vacuum phenomenon: By placing a tube over the penis and drawing negative pressure, blood is pulled into the penis's cavities and an erection occurs. A constricting band is deployed over the base of the penis trapping the blood and sustaining the erection. When no longer needed, the constricting band is removed and the penis should return to the flaccid state. Just physics. Hope not to leave you up in the air! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What you have: The more you pump the better your breasts will feel afterwards. Also it will stimulate your body to continue to make more milk as your baby grows older and needs more to eat. Pump until your breasts feel soft and there are no hard areas. Using a double electric pump this often only takes about 15 minutes. Manual pumps will take longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Discarding milk: This phrase means a woman will pump her breastmilk and then immediately discard it. This is typically done if a woman is worried about something passing through her milk to her baby. For example, many women will "pump and dump" if they have had more than 1 alcoholic drink. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There are many companies making different pumps. Some have tubes, other are tubeless. They come in different colors, size and shape. Talk to your doctor for a referral to a pump nurse and he/she can lay out all the pumps for you and discuss each pump's pros and cons. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer