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I had my cesarean 2 months back,its my third month and I still not having period after my delivery,my stomach is so increased like m conceiving an other baby too... what to do?😞
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Dr. Vishal Soney
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Be cool. It is absolutely normal upto 6 months or even more, upto which you are effectively lactating and your baby sucks it well. Also during this period, there are least chances of getting conceived. However, if it happens, it is bad for you health as well as your baby. So kindly insist your partner to use a barrier like condom.
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Dr. Ankur
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Donor worry ,it is norma ,till the period you are lactating ,period not comes because of hormonal change
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Dr. Jain Amit Prakash
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Hi.. No need to worry the periods will come in 1-2 months, due to pregnancy there are hormonal changes in body. For Increased stomach please tie Abdominal belt but while having Lunch & Dinner you have to remove it & apply after 4-5 hrs.
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Dr. Harisha N L
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Hi there I understand your concern and anxiety.... It is normal if you are breast feeding...during breast feeding hormone called prolactin inhibits hormones such as FSH and LH which are responsible for your menstrual cycles..so nothing much to worry about it... For further details consult gynaecologist.
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