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Is It Safe To Masterbate After A Vaginal Birth
Yes: Your comfort is likely the only guide you will need, but talk to your doctor or midwife about how long you should wait to put anything inside the vagina, based on the specifics of your delivery. Masturbation that doesn't involve putting anything (like fingers or sex toys) inside the vagina is generally safe; if you have stitches or are tender, stop when you have pain. ...Read more
What is a better option, vaginal birth orna csection? Does the vagina go back to normal after birth? What are the changes that happen?
It depends: In an uncomplicated pregnancy (healthy mother with normal anatomy and well-developed stable fetus), vaginal delivery is ideal (this is how nature intended it to be!!). C-sections are necessary in some cases to preserve the health of both mother and baby, but this is still a significant surgery which should not be taken lightly. ...Read more
YES : Safe in special centers with expertise in this field ...Read more
Is a vaginal birth after 2 cesareans considered safe? My first child was a vaginal delivery, and my last 2 were c-sections.
Yes: It is absolutely safe. Vaginal delivery should not be effect either conditions. ...Read more
Sex after givi birth: Yes it is safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on what: It is normal to use mild pain relievers such as Tylenol (acetaminophen) and Motrin following child birth. In some cases narcotics might be prescribed. Please talk to your provider on impacts these drugs might have on breast feeding as some drugs can be excreted in breast milk (which is why I tend to lean towards non-narcotic options). ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what type of arrhythmia you have. Most arrhythmias are okay for vaginal delivery, but you need the advice of your ob/gyn or a maternal fetal medicine specialist to give you advice on your specific case. Most women do better with vaginal delivery because cesarean is major surgery and has its own risks for heart problems following delivery of the baby and venous return to the heart. ...Read more
Had a baby at 22 weeks..... she was 1 lbs via vaginal birth.no pain or tearing at all jus cramping at the time. It's been 1 week and 3 days now I have minimal bleeding I really want to have sex but I knw its not safe yet .....what about clitoral stimulati
Good to feel good: 22 week deliveries are stressful, not because of the actual process (small baby, easier birth) but because of the concern about your baby. If your baby survived, there's the stress of keeping a very young baby alive. And statistically 10% or less do survive, so you could have the stress of loss. Gentle cuddling including erogenous stimulation may be really helpful in coming through a difficult tim ...Read more
How many weeks do I have to wait after a vaginal birth to take a bath not shower if I have stitches!
6 weeks: Is the standard recommendation so the cervix has time to close. It is not wise to have your feet and cervix in the same water at the same time (always thought that made sense) for 6 weeks. ...Read more
2 weeks: You can start a progesterone-only pill about 2 weeks postpartum. A combined pill with estrogen and Progesterone shouldn't be started until a few months after delivery as the estrogen can slightly increase your risk of blood clots immediately postpartum and can decrease your milk supply if started too soon. ...Read more
Good Nutrition: Good nutrition with appropriate weight gain is critical to having a normal size infant. Do the appropriate testing for things like gestational diabetes at the right time. Avoid early elective inductions of labor. Have a good line of communication with your care giver and know their philosophy of labor and delivery. ...Read more
Thru the vagina: A vaginal birth is one in which the baby passes thru the cervical opening into the vagina and out the vaginal opening. Sometimes naturally, or sometimes with assistance with forceps or vacuum extraction to assist moving the baby's head thru a vaginal area that may be narrow. ...Read more
Depends: Most people hope to have a normal vaginal birth. This is generally best for the mother and for the baby. However, there are sometimes complications and/or circumstances that require a c-section. When this happens, the medical professionals will explain the risks and benefits and you all will decide together. Sometimes there is an emergency that requires immediate action. I hope the best for you. ...Read more
C-section v.birthing: C-sections are surgical procedures and require surgical recuperation. Vaginal births are a painful process at the time, but recuperation is limited. ...Read more
Usually not a proble: Babies transit a birth canal that often has a variety of germs including candida. It is ingested as are other germs and will eventually become part of the germs that normally populate the intestines. Rare kids will have an extensive candida skin rash at birth but most do not. The sugar in frequent feedings increase chances of oral candida & diapers trap moisture & contribute to candida diaper rash. ...Read more
The next birth: It is possible that the next birth may be possible for you to have a vaginal delivery. Discuss with your ob, best wishes. ...Read more
Depends: It may be ok to labor and have a vaginal delivery after fibroid removal and it may be completely unsafe. It would depend on how deeply into the uterine wall the surgery was required to go for the fibroid removal. The surgeon who did the fibroid removal should be able to tell you, if not your OB can review the surgical report and decide it labor is appropriate. ...Read more
Birth: This is a decision that you and your doctor will decide at the time of delivery ...Read more
Yes: Called a vbac (vaginal birth after cesarean) or a tolac (trial of labor after cesarean), it is certainly possible. However, you face a slightly increased risk of uterine rupture, which is why most experts would discourage it, and most hospitals forbid it, unless your doctor is "immediately available", i.e., in house and ready to do an emergency cesarean on a moment's notice. ...Read more
Discuss with your OB: There is a procedure known as VBAC, vaginal delivery after C-section. Many women have done this successfully. It would depend on the reason for the C-section. If you had a recurring problem, (cephalic-pelvic disproportion) it might not be such a good idea. If it was a non-recurrent problem, (fetal distress), it would be more reasonable to attempt a VBAC. Discuss this with you OB. ...Read more
If my last child was delivered by c-section. Why is that important for them to know if I plan vaginal birth?
Pre-planning: The routine delivery will anticipate a need to shift to a C-section if progress stops or the baby shows signs of distress. It takes some time to switch but they do it. With a prior C-section, they often staff the delivery unit with extra personnel & a surgical suite already prepared (nearby) because there is an increased risk that a repeat may be needed more acutely. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with early adenomyosis. I have had one previous vaginal birth — what are my chances of another vaginal birth?
Good but: Your chance is very good, but depend on the size, shape,kind, and the location.doubt it is going to interfere with pregnancy, but lication is important for baginal delivery, and if it did grows throughout the pregnancy, like location near the cervix could block vaginal delivery.check with your GYN ...Read more
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