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Woman Giving Child Birth
Probably not: Watch "baby's first day" on tv; even they usually have kids leave before their sibling emerges.It is difficult for children of all developmental ages not to believe that their mother is in danger of dying on hearing her cry out & seeing the blood & placenta, despite forewarnings. Most farm kids who watch or help during calving/ foaling grow up without developing ptsd, but that's not your mom. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Since masturbation is not an urgent essential matter, it's a good respectful advice to give the uterus a time of at least 2-3 weeks to heal its lining after shedding the placenta and its mucosa from childbirth. Known to us, the unhealed mucosa is easy to bleed from vigorous uterine contraction from orgasm. So, you decide what you should do. ...Read more
No: There is no reason for a teenager to start birthcontrol for her first period. The main indications for oral contraception at this age would be heavy bleeding, sever menstral pain and possibly for sexual activity( it would be advisable to still use a condom). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many do: Unfortunately the younger the mom the more likely they are to have some of the complications of pregnancy including premature labor, high blood pressure & other problems that result in early deliveries.Some do fine & deliver at term & for all, close OB care can help avoid an early delivery & worrisome problems for baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If you are breast feeding, continue to take prenatal vitamins. You will need to take extra iodine up to 250 mg and extra vitamin d 5000 iu if there is not that much in your prenatal or the baby will be deficient in both of them. If you are not breast feeding, take a good quality multivitamin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Before child birth she was using thyroid capsule 150 mg. Should she continue same medicine after child birth?
I think you mean...: ...150 micrograms - and if the dose needs to be changed, TSH level should guide the new dosage - it should be kept in the low-normal range. ...Read more
Yes!: You should breastfeed as soon as possible after birth. Babies usually have a nice alert period once they are all dried off and nurse has attended to them. Have them bring baby to you for feeding asap! Early skin to skin contact with near immediate feeding is an option, also. Babies eye care and vitamin K shots are both to prevent serious bleeding/infections, but shouldn't interfere! ...Read more
A pcos woman after giving birth what are the factors that affect breast feeding?when should she start ocp and spironolactone again?
No special effect: PCOS patients should be able to breastfeed as well as anyone. There are no specific requirements or needs. Any non hormonal birth control or more specifically non Estrogen containing birth control method is appropriate to use to prevent pregnancy while breastfeeding. There is no urgent need to restart Spironolactone. ...Read more
Expect it: If any licensed physician or licensed personnel under their supervision provides prescription meds without proper evaluation and documentation it can result in either restriction or loss of license. You can get condoms 6 for a dollar at many Dollar Trees. What your local PP gets away with is unknown. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a woman knowingly getting pregnant and giving birth to a baby while hiv+ considered unethical?
What if a virgin woman give birth through artificial insemination? What should she tell the child?
Concerning?: What you would tell any child. That he was very much wanted and so very loved. ...Read more
Want baby #2 safe to ttc at 6 months after giving birth? Or 4 months? Not on birth control. We're hoping for 2 more babies.
Question too broad: When you submit a question to the site please be specific.Your question has been the subject of many books.If you have a specific question that we can address in the space allowed please submit a new one. Questions are not linked on the site. ...Read more
If a woman has a boy baby, will it affect her hormone levels more than if she has a girl baby, during her pregnancy?
Yes!: The hormone HCG produced by the placenta, turns on both the mother's ovaries and fetuses" ovaries or testes. The infant, if male, has testes are turned on by hcg, producing testosterone which enters the blood stream of the mother. "an old wives tale, " that a mother with child who is highly interested in sex carrying a boy versus girl, has some scientific basis! ...Read more
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