Is there any effect in orthopedic care during pregnancy? I’m pregnant for 3 months and I have been suffering from severe lower back pain and muscle pain. I know this is common during pregnancy but I cannot handle the pain. I’m not able to do anything due to this pain. My mom advised me to do simple exercises but it hurts while exercising.…[Read more]
My son has mongolian spots on his back and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with them? Do they get lighter and go away as he gets older? Is there anything I can do that will help them get lighter? He is now 4 and they seem to be slightly lighter but not much.
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I know that I can expect my body to change after giving birth, it’s kind of. I have gained 20 lbs post delivery and I could tell my body looks great after delivery, but my boobs size has increased and they are sagging because of breastfeeding my little one. But on the plus side, I’ve heard that breastfeeding will make you lose the pregnancy wei…[Read more]
Hi, I’m 36 years old, mother of two kids. And my last delivery was about 2 years back. I have a pretty flat tummy but have loose skin on my lower abdomen that I would like to get removed. I’m strongly considering to undergo a tummy tuck surgery ( http://www.lakeviewsurgery.com/cosmetic-surgical-procedures/tummy-tuck/ ). And within a couple of…[Read more]
This is one of the happiest phases of my life. I gave birth to my little angel 3 months before and she is doing well. I’m so happy for her, but I’m having some health issues after the delivery. Since it was a C-section, it took some time for a recovery, but even after recovering from the scars, I’m having some digestive issues and lower abdom…[Read more]
An umbilical hernia usually appears in the belly button area during the first months of a baby’s life. It can increase in size when the baby cries or has a bowel movement, which causes the pressure. This hernia is usually not painful or sensitive to touch. You can see a demonstration here – http://www.shouldice.com/types-of-hernia.aspx
Well, my lil boy was born with his two vessel cord and all at 10 lb 8.9 oz and health as can be. I’m so proud of him. He is a cutie. I just want to say thanks for everyones support. I would not have made it without this site. I was so scared to even know if he had any issues but he didn’t and it didn’t matter if he did. Just know that if…[Read more]
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