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What Can I Do If I Am Have Trouble Holding In My Stool After Giving Birth
Evaluate: If you are having problems losing stool, something called rectal incontinence, you should see your OB dr for an evaluation. Your dr may refer you to a colon rectal surgeon if a repair is needed. Exercises are not very helpful here. Avoid foods that cause loose stools or excess gas. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Often: It is related to fluid losses during delivery and some times the anesthetics used. Often women go into delivery dehydrated, then when you add into the equation the above circumstances, the become constipated. ...Read more
Squirrels pissing, leaving feces, giving birth in my house walls. how bad is it to be sleeping/breathing in the room if you dont smell anything ?
Exterminator: If they are in your walls that is usually ok, no severe issues, but you need to call an exterminator and get the squirrel problem taken care of, as eventually they may venture out and there is always the possibility of rabies etc with wild animals. Be safe, be well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 80 days boy suffering by frequent s stools dr gave endobact 3 dsys not cured.
now giving oxfloacin omidazole 5ml 4hours once for one day
no improvement I am scaring. plz help me
he is fully breastfeeding boy from birth leave stools every breastfeeding
Frequent stools: I need to know if the stools are watery, soft or normal because babies have a strong gastrocolic reflex that make them have a small bowl movement after each feeding, if that is the case as long as it is not loose or watery then it is ok especially if he is growing & gaining weight . But if the stool is loose or watery , the baby is not gaining weight then check back with his Dr. Good luck ...Read more
I have been experiencing tiny black specks in my feces since the last month of my pregnancy and am still experiencing this a month after giving birth. I am sometimes constipated with hard stools that have even caused me to bleed, but sometimes the stool i
Yes: Your intestines take a while to get back to normal, so it may take several days for you to need to have a bowel movement. In that time, the stool can get hard and be difficult to pass. It's a good idea to take a tool softener until things are working right. And keep up your fluids! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After giving birth, i suffered from hemorrhoids. Now its been 3 years its painful when i have bowl movements. How can I get rid of them?
Seek medical : Attention. Some time hemorrhoids could be treated medically and some need surgery. In the meanwhile her are some tips. Avoid constipation (fiber), seitz. Seek topical relief. (steroids) , keep that area very clean. Exercise. Moderate aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking 20–30 minutes a day, can help stimulate bowel function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Constipated after giving birth. Had one bout of severe stomach pains followed by diarrhea. Now haven't gone for 3 days even taking colace. What to do?
Ask attending OB : The best person to ask what occurred in labor and what challenges a woman faces after delivery is the OB who was the senior doctor on the case. It's always appropriate for a patient to ask him/her to come talk to her even if not her usual doctor. Information about what transpired, eg, bleeding, can be gained and put in perspective plus advice about exercise and nutrition, precautions can be given. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on type: If you had a c-section, resume formal exercise around 6-8 weeks. If you had a natural birth (and assuming there were no pregnancy/childbirth-related issues) you may resume exercise activities within days to weeks from when you gave birth. Regardless of birth mode, i would recommend gradually working back toward the level of activity you were at pre-pregnancy and checking with your OB first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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