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Pain In Breasts After Breastfeeding
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
Could breast pain develop in one breast after being on birth control for 4 months? 1-2 weeks before period. Could caffeine cause random breast pain?
Yes: It is possible for one breast to be more sensitive slight hormonal changes than the other. This is much more common in patients with fibrocystic breast disease. These patients are also more sensitive to caffeine in coffee, tea, soda, and chocolate. Decrease these foods in your diet and see if that helps. Make sure you see your physician for a breast exam if symptoms don't improve. ...Read more
Could be normal: Sore breast are common in breast feeding, there is a chance that you might have a breast infection if you are experiencing deep burning pain. Also while breast feeding it releases hormone called oxytocin, which make the uterus contract. That could be why you are having pain. ...Read more
PMS: Pms symptoms occurs in the latter phase of the menstrual cycle and end when the period starts. Some variations of this can exist, although other pathologies must be excluded as well to rule out more serious conditions. Endometriosis can also have symptoms of back pain and pelvic cramping during menstruation. ...Read more
POSITION OF SURGERY: Most likely the back pain is from the position of the patient when they have an abortion. Usually legs are in stirups and then hips flexed so the surgeon can do the procedure. The breast tenderness can be from the release of hormones when the pregnancy is terminated. The breast were slowing preparing for breast feeding then the hormones were stopped immediatly when upone abortion. ...Read more
Age 24. Gave birth a week ago. Dark looking breasts during pregnancy. Flat nipple. Blood from both breasts in colostrum. Boil beside breast. Advice?
Nipple problems: If someone is breastfeeding and has cracked nipples there may be some blood. Most women don't have to deal with that. Also need to have someone see if it is a boil - as in an infection - or if it is a blister from nursing. If someone is having problems breastfeeding it would be a good idea to talk to a lactation consultant. Also should have breasts checked by MD to see if infected or not. ...Read more
Swollen breasts swollen breast veins dull cramping for 4 days a week before periods due and moody&increase in bumps on breast mean pregnancy?
Get a pregnancy test: If you missed a period, get a pregnancy test. It's the only way to know. If it turns out that you're not pregnant after missing your period or if your period comes, then you need to get a birth control method now. Especially if you don't want to be pregnant. Consider an iud or Nexplanon which are implants that you just set and forget. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nursing and menses: Yes, you can start menstruating again if you're nursing your baby at 6 months of age. It is variable however depending on how much the baby is nursing, and other factors. ...Read more
Lactiferous duct: A blocked or infalammed kactiferous dut can cause a tender breast lump or cyst. The lactiferous ducts carry the milk from the mamary gland to the sinuses behind the areola. Picture a tree where the roots are the sinuses and openings in the nipple and the branches and leaves are the mammary glands and lactiferous ducts. ...Read more
Sharp pain (on and off) in right breast near nipple area. Period expected in the next two days but I have never experienced breast soreness before
Probably ok: Breast pain is common, especially before your period. I would wait until after your period, and see what happens. It usually disappears. However, breast pain may come and go during the course of the month based on your hormonal levels, and is usually nothing to worry about. ...Read more
1 week after period, sore breast, specially sides, cramps in lower abdom and hot flushes, what can this be ?
I'm 24 no kids. Lump in breast that's tender to touch. Usually comes after menestrual cycle in breast with flat nipple. Red, and peeling around areola?
Blood in stool with pain last three weeks. No hard stool. Cramps around breast, lower back and lower abdomen. Sore breasts feeling. Body cramps ?
Burning in right breast itching no more discharge painful nipple and lumpy breast feel movement in breast help?
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Dull pain under right breast.
4 m after breastfeeding.
Not constant, random, 3-4 hours of day or night. not every day.
not related to menstrual p.
Breast pain: Dull pain under breasts after breast feeding could be related to ill fitting bras and changes in skin elasticity. A bra fitting could be indicated. It can also be caused by lumps and bumps under skin. A self breast exam followed by exam by a health care provider would be a good place to start. ...Read more
Probably: Studies have shown that nursing will likely produce some degree of ptosis (sag). I have a youtube video showing the effects of nursing on normal and augmented breasts. Visit:. ...Read more
Yes: For many women, breasts also serve as a sexual organ. ...Read more
Breastfeeding: Yes, it is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Post Breastfeeding: Your breast tissue will change after breastfeeding- often less dense. The best thing for firmer breasts is toning the pectoral muscles supporting the breast tissue. Try doing upper body exercises to strengthen those pecs, also do core exercises and improve your posture. A great support bra will help and yes you might be a different size after breastfeeding.. I certainly was:). ...Read more
Depends: Some women will dry up after a week, some a month, some still leak drops of milk months later. It is all individual. Be prepared for engorgement discomfort when you stop. Binding the breasts with a tight bra, ace wraps, and sometimes cold cabbage leaves have been known to help. Resist the temptation to pump, as this only tells your body to make replacement milk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You pick: You can drop one feeding every couple days (formula instead) until off. You can allow 2-3 min/side each feed (follow with formula).This signals your body to slow production.You can cold turkey= bind your chest with ace wrap/pre-pregnancy bra and tough it out for a few days. Each of these 3 ways has pro's/cons, in the end only youcan decide what would work for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby is 4 days old, and my breasts are engorged. It's very painful and I can hardly pick the baby up. I'm not breastfeeding, how can I ease this?
Hormone or reaction: it could be a simple allergic reaction to the bro, T shirt or whatever touching your breast use Hydrocortisone cream from over the counter and take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to see if it will go away both safe for breast feeding it could be the hormonal changes women go through after pregnancy or while breast feeding other wise you need to see a doctor to make the proper diagnosis and give you the proper treatment ...Read more
Stay the course: There is not much of anything that can be done except stay the course. Months after you have stopped and your breasts have stabilized, autologous fat grafting is great for restoration of volume and form. ...Read more
Yes, it may: The milk stretches out the support ligaments which don't always return to their original size. ...Read more
Let down and oxytoci: Let down is the result of the release of a brain hormone oxytocin ( love hormone) which acts on the milk ducts in your breasts which ejects breast-milk. If you recently had a baby you have oxytocin release when you see or hold your baby. However if you are not breastfeeding and have not had a baby recently, this feeling would be very unusual and if it continues you may want to consult a physician. ...Read more
I was breastfeeding my baby girl, and I recently quit cold. What can I do to make my breasts feel better?
Cool compress: Do you mean 'quit breastfeeding cold turkey'? If you're describing engorged breasts, cold compresses inside your bra (form fitting is best) will help. It will take several days. Are you sure you want to quit? Breast feeding will help you to loose weight faster, reduce breast cancer risks, always available, no cost. Breast babies-fewer infections, alleries, myopia, less obesity, higher iq, more. ...Read more
What herbs can i take to help with lactating AND how can i tell when when breasts are empty after breastfeeding?
Herbs& breastfeeding: Fenugreek seed-3 caps (580-610mg each) 3 times a day with food and Blessed Thistle herb 3 caps (325-390 mg each) 3 times a day with food. Increased frequency of nursing helps milk production more than increased duration. 10 minutes of vigorous nursing will empty most of the milk in a breast. I recommend that if this is a recently born infant, nurse 10 min a side, every 2-3 hrs days, 3-4 hrs nites ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I stopped breastfeeding since 4mnths, yet still there is milk in my breasts.Should I take any medication to stop it plz?
No Meds: Breasts are just funny this way! The trick thing about milk is that it just wants to keep coming... You certainly could put baby to breast here and there to give baby antibodies. If you want to stop altogether, you just have to stop checking for it . When you check, it's enough stimulation to keep it flowing! There is such a thing as pituitary tumor causing milk production, but extremely rare ...Read more
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