Please clarify. Have you been nursing for six months and just stopped, or did you stop 6 months ago? Either way I don't think it is a sign of pregnancy. Many women leak milk for years after stopping breast-feeding, especially when washing their breasts in a hot bath/shower or during love-making.
Hello. Yes this could be a sign of pregnancy. Do a pregnancy test. If negative consult your doctor.
Yes, breastmilk can come back after you stop nursing for a year. It's no guarantee, as many women have different experiences. Some may not produce milk after a few months, some may produce milk after a few years.
Yes you can have chapping, are you leaking a little fluid from your nipples? they sell a cream for nursing it looks like vasaline and you will have to buy nursing pads so as not to ruin any bra's or shirts but it will work.
I believe this question is asking about drinking milk to increase breastmilk production? That's a myth. Nursing women should eat a well balanced diet and drink plenty of water since Breastmilk is a large percentage of water!
Gladys B. Lipkin has written: 'Effective approaches to patients' behavior' 'Parent-child nursing' -- subject(s): Family, Maternity nursing, Obstetrical Nursing, Pediatric nursing, Pregnancy, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Maternity nursing, Psychological aspects of Pediatric nursing, Psychological aspects of Pregnancy
yes you can take a preg test while nursing, no harm will be done!
"Unfortunately breast milk cannot be used to perform a pregnancy test. Breast milk does not occur until after the birth of the baby. Colostrum is the clear or milk coloured discharge from the nipples. This can also be a indication of too much progesterone, milk duct infection or a hormonal imbalance when its not pregnancy related. Breast milk does not contain HCG. The best method of testing is a blood test." If you are nursing, hcg can leak into breastmilk like it does into urine. It might leak into breastmilk first, and thus not enough be in the urine to show on a hpt. Now, as hpt's aren't designed to be used with breastmilk, it may also be a funky false positive...I would recommend getting a blood test. (I'm in the same boat...)
Yes this can be a sign of early pregnancy.
Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom has written: 'Obstetrical nursing' -- subject(s): Pregnancy, Care and hygiene, Infants, Maternity nursing, Infant Care, Obstetrical Nursing, Health and hygiene, Enfermagem Obstetrica, Care 'Obstetric nursing' -- subject(s): Pregnancy, Infants, Maternity nursing, Care, Care and hygiene
No, it shouldn't do
Anxiety related to twin pregnancy
If she is still nursing a child.
Metoclopramide is used for gastrointestinal issues. They are classified as category B in relation to pregnancy. There are no nursing implications with the drug.
I really love my Coozly Pregnancy Body Pillow. I bought it in my 6 month of pregnancy and it has really made my life easier. What I would like to know is that can it be used as a nursing pillow after pregnancy or do I have to buy another round pillow like Boppy? Are there any special benefits to using these nursing pillows?
Julie Lyall has written: 'Antepartal screening of the pregnant woman' -- subject(s): Complications, Diagnosis, Maternity nursing, Nursing, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Complications, Prenatal care, Programmed texts
The primary nursing diagnosis is "fluid volume deficit"because of the hemorrage. The secondary nursing diagnosis could be- "pain, anxiety or anticipatory grieving at the loss of the fetus".
Yes, you can but it takes a long time of consistently nursing (ex. suckling a baby or using a breast pump) to signal the body to develop the milk glands.
Nan H. Troiano has written: 'High-risk & critical care obstetrics' -- subject(s): Nursing, Pregnancy, High-Risk, Critical Care, Methods, Obstetric Labor Complications, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Complications, Obstetric Delivery, Obstetrical Nursing
Carol Keller Bronte has written: 'Nursing management of uncomplicated and complicated births' -- subject(s): Complications, Maternity nursing, Nursing, Obstetrical emergencies, Pregnancy
good quality food for any bitch that has a litter, egg and cottage cheese added to her food keeps her well nourished, during pregnancy and nursing, calcium should be added during the nursing period never give calcium during pregnancy only after and during nursing
Breast milk or lactation is caused by pregnancy hormones and nursing.
No, a woman cannot lactate without pregnancy. This is because the mammary glands are only stimulated to produce milk during pregnancy and while a mother is nursing her newborn.