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Recently Gave Birth In Children
Happiness: Do you have any concern? Talk to you ob/gyn on your post partum visit. ...Read more
Recently gave birth, now my libido is sky high. So much so, I become angry if not satisfied, frequently. Is this normal or out of control?
Libido: After giving birth, it's advisable to wait a few weeks before having intercourse. However, there are certainly other ways to pleasure yourself or be pleasured. Becoming angry when not satisfied is another issue, and this needs to be reviewed with your physician. A psychiatrist may be able to provide some guidance or suggestions, because certain illnesses can manifest in irritability. Be well. ...Read more
I recently gave birth and soon after I started having excess mucus with a fishy smell. How embarrassing, but I need to know if this is possibly a pH balance or something more severe.?
Common infection: Bacterial vaginosis (bv) is a common treatable vaginal infection caused by an overgrowth and inbalance of vaginal bacteria. This upset increases ph. Nitrites in vaginal fluid causes a fishy smell. Typically BV is treated with oral Metronidazole (flagyl), rarely vaginal gel, while abstaining during treatment. Certain probiotic vaginal capsules used can help the vagina regrow normal bacterial flora. ...Read more
My sister had stones in galbladder. She recently gave birth to a baby. Is it mandatory to go through operation to remove stones or any other option?
I recently gave birth 7 weeks and now I have a cystocele. Does this go away? I was left for about 1.5 hrs with baby's head crowning was this a cause?
I'm 6 weeks pregnant with my second child and I recently gave birth 6 months ago with my first. What kind of light workout can I do?
Exercise + pregnancy: Congratulations on your 2nd pregnancy! check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/pregnancy-and-exercise/pr00096 & http://www. Acog. Org/~/media/for%20patients/faq119.Pdf? Dmc=1&ts=20130824t0328341627. Walking, swimming & cycling are good options especially early on. As always, discuss your plans w/your OB or family doc as they know more about you than can be posted above. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm 6 weeks pregnant right now with my second child and I recently gave birth 6 months ago with my first. I want to do a light workout what can I do?
See OB-GYNE.: A light work-out could be simply walking daily as exercise, doing yoga, stretching exercises. Do check with your ob-gyne first before you start this program. Make sure you have a healthy and well-balanced diet and if you're not taking pre-natal vitamins yet, do start. Congratulations! ...Read more
I recently gave birth and I tore my labia majora. What can I do about the healing process and what can I cleanse myself with to ease the discomfort?
Keep the area clean.
If it is recent, i.E less than 2 to 3 days, sitz baths help reduce the swelling. ...Read more
Recently gave birth naturally, week later have been experiencing sudden sharp pains in my lower right abdomen & pressure before & during bowel movemen?
Call your OB MD: It is difficult to answer this question without an examination. You need to call the OB MD who delivered you for an appointment and exam. ...Read more
Hpv with colposcopy 5 years ago had clear pap after birth of son 3 years ago so haven't had pap in 3 years recently gave birth and have back pain?
Recently gave birth, exclusively breastfeeding, and prescribed motrin for pain. If excreted through breastmilk, how does motrin affect my newborn?
I recently gave birth, having low sex drive (vagina dryness and a bit tight). I also have mild anal fissure. Any food to increase sex drive?
Lots of adjustments: Since you just gave birth lots of life changing events are going on. Having a new born baby at home leads to fatigue, lack of sleep and stress. This can impact sex drive. If you are breastfeeding then this can cause vaginal dryness. Estrogen cream can be prescribed by your Obgyn. Anal fissures should be treated or repaired. ...Read more
I recently gave birth and experienced a uterine inversion after. I have a uterine infection and was given augmentin. How fast should the pills work?
24 - 48 hrs: Temperatures should be improving. Pain should be improving ...Read more
Painful bowel movements. Like brick being sent upwards; knocks wind out of me. Recently gave birth, also happens during menstruation. No hemorrhoids.
Scarring: There could be some scarring in the posterior cul-de-sac, the area between your vagina/uterus and the rectum/colon. That is, that when you have a bowel movement, it could be pulling on scar tissue. It's common to have pain in the area following giving birth, so hopefully this pain will dissipate with time. In the meantime, might consider using MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) or generic equivalent to help ease movements ...Read more
Can a tummy tuck help a post-pregnancy belly? I recently gave birth to twin girls. Right now, I am five months postpartum, but none of the exercises that I am doing are helping get rid of my saggy belly skin. Can tummy tucks actually get rid of all this e
Yes: Tummy tucks (witch hazel) or adominoplasty is great at rejuvenating the post oartum abdomen. This procedure will realign your rectis muscles in the midline limiting the diastasis typically created by your pregnancy as well as remove excess skin laxity and unsitely stretch marks. Remember, however, if you plan to having more children this will typically recur. ...Read more
I have been experiencing symptoms of post-partum depression and I gave birth 6 months ago. I don't know how to go on?
Seek Help: You can ask your primary care doctor, obgyn, your insurance company or even your baby's pediatrician for a name of a psychiatrist and psychologist that specialize in treating post-partum depression. How you feel will affect not only you, but your baby as well. If your symptoms become overwhelming and you feel like you can't cope anymore, please either dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
See your ob: And family doctor to rule out any physical cause of your symptoms. And see a psychiatrist to make sure that you are not heading into a manic episode. If you are not manic then the psychiatrist would also be able to treat you with medication to help lower your libido. If you are heading into mania then the psychiatrist can also help but the medications will be different. Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season and congratulations on your delivery. ...Read more
I just gave birth 7weeks ago... I have recently started to loose appetite. And now resulting in me always tired & irritable.?
Been recently having low blood preasure. I gave birth 6 months ago and still have it 90, 95 or 100. Can this be because of breastfeeding?
No relation: I doubt if the breast feeding has anything to do with your "low" blood pressure. Actually you BP may be in the normal range. ...Read more
I gave birth recently &! I wanna Brest Feed my baby& I was looking for best post natal vitamins any recommendation I live in Tokyo please? Thank you!
Prenatal, DHA& herbs: Congratulations! Breast-feeding is the best thing you can do for your baby's health. A good prenatal vit. Should be adequate but also important is a healthy diet, lots of water and herbs that increase lactation, such as red raspberry leaf, ginger, milk thistle and fenugreek. Taking DHA from fish oil will increase DHA in your milk, important for your baby. See http://tinyurl. Com/jezltux for more. ...Read more
It's been 9 weeks since I gave birth (vaginal birth). I have stopped bleeding and recently it started again. It's pretty heavy bright red blood. Just today I started to feel a little week. My sister says it's probably my period, but I am not sure. Should
Probably your period: The bleeding is probably your period, however, you should consider being seen by your OB physician so he/she can make sure the heavy flow is not from several more serious possibilities. ...Read more
I am not sure why I am having vaginal bleeding I gave birth to my son aug 13, 2011 by c section, and I have been recovering from healing. The18th through the 23rd of september my menstrual cycle began. Recently I have had intercourse anda day later I notice
After: After pregnancy it takes a while for your hormones to stabilize, this means you could have irregular periods for quite awhile, which could be the cause of the bleeding. If you are breastfeeding this further complicates the issue, and could add to abnormalities in your cycle. However, if you are having light bleeding after intercourse this needs to be evaluated by your ob/gyn. Based on a history and physical your doctor can determine if this bleeding is normal, or caused by another issue. Try not to worry, it is likely your body adjusting to a post-pregnancy state, and the bleeding is a result of a hormonal imbalance that should soon correct itself. ...Read more
Postpartum bleeding: It depends upon the amount. While some bleeding is normal, the bleeding should have slowed. If your bleeding is excessive or has not slowed, please seek care immediately. Call your OB/GYN to speak with the MD on call or if the bleeding is excessive and you are dizzy, have vertigo or feel weak seek emergency care. It's important to seek care if you are lightheaded because of postpartum hemorrhage. ...Read more
Probably: You probably can if you take prenatal vitamins. Can you eat at least 1 serving a day? Do you really eat NO fruits or vegetables? I am not a person who likes those either but when I was pregnant I made myself eat healthier. Talk to your doctor or nutritionist (if available) to come up with the healthiest possible plan for your pregnancy. ...Read more
Do you have a fever: Please see your healthcare provider. This cannot be answered without examination ...Read more
Yes: Normal especially if they used dissolvable stitches after childbirth. ...Read more
Usually old blood: Brown discharge is usually old blood. Your delivery was almost 3 months ago so it is probably not related to delivery but rather irregular bleeding common in the post partum period. Birth control can be a great way to regular irregular bleeding. See and Obgyn to discuss your options. ...Read more
No: Certainly please follow up initially with your ob. ...Read more
Maybe: It might be if an uncomplicated delivery occurred. The best response however will come from you contacting your OB MD's office and asking them. ...Read more
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