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My baby cries a lot, do I have enough milk? I don’t know what to do anymore
I am having discharges, what should I do?
Brownish mucus discharge: thick mucus discharge, sticky, transparent or brownish corresponding to the mucus plug, which blocks the cervix and helps protect against infection. The eventual loss of the mucus plug is normal. It is not a sign of imminent delivery, nor is it systematic in the childbirth process.
How do I care for my perineum?
Whether your perineum is stitched or not, it requires hygiene care. It is important to:
The stitches heal and the threads are spontaneously resorbed within about ten days.
Radical mastectomy and axillary lymph node dissection.
Preserving the pectoral muscles and their innervation.
I am suffering from nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy (approximately the first three months), what should I do?
Nausea and vomiting in the first trimester is due to a hormone (beta-HCG). It normally subsides after 3-4 months. One in two women suffer from these symptoms. In the event of repeated vomiting each day or weight loss, consult your physician.