Hard to say. Discharge is normal and is the way to keep the vagina healthy.
Get a doctor It depends on the situation you are in. If you are having problems you should contact a midwife or a Doctor. If you are delivering at home you need to contact a midwife and she will have all the supplies you need unless you already have them and pray God helps you through it.
You need to get back in touch with your worker's compensation doctor. If you have already been released from the worker comp doctor, you should talk to your employer first.
Your current family doctor should be able to recommend a neurologist.
It is possible the child is having early Puberty so you should take him to your Doctor as a precaution just in case.
I've heard that if you have a c-section you have to keep having them. But, that information could be wrong and you need to ask your doctor. If your doctor said you have a choice - you've already experienced both ways of having a baby so it's really up to you.
Yes, if you are still having pains, you will need to get a MRI. You will need to schedule this with your doctor.
If you tried talking to them already, have your doctor prove it to them. By having a doctor talk to them, it is a good idea because they are the ones who diagnosed it in the first place, and if an authority says you have it, then your parents should believe it from your doctor.
Yes it can. You should see a doctor if you already haven't. Otherwise if you dont want a baby then you should know what to do already.
If you are having chest pain or shortness of breath you should see a doctor right away
Probably nothing, but perhaps, to be safe you should go and discuss this with a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor).
It should be as you should never skip your medications. Make sure you mention your pills to your doctor though, you should have already if he or she doesn't already know.