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  1. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Postpartum Checkup

    Your doctor will want to see you for a checkup 2 to 6 weeks after delivery. This visit allows for your doctor or midwife to check on your recovery from childbirth and see how you are doing emotionally. You may have a pelvic exam to make sure that you are healing well. If you had a C-section,your doctor will check your incision. Your doctor or midwife will talk with you about birth control ...

  2. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Topic Overview

    What is postpartum? During the first weeks after giving birth,your body begins to heal and adjust to not being pregnant. This is called postpartum (or the postpartum period). Your body goes through many changes as you recover. These changes are different for every woman. The first weeks after childbirth also are a time to bond with your baby and set up a routine for caring for your baby. ...

  3. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Recovery At Home

    During the days and weeks after the delivery of your baby (postpartum period),your body will change as it returns to its nonpregnant condition. As with pregnancy changes,postpartum changes are different for every woman. Physical changes after childbirth The changes in your body may include sore muscles and bleeding. Contractions called afterpains shrink the uterus for several days after ...

  4. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Common Problems

    Some women have problems-such as constipation,hemorrhoids,and sore breasts-that last for a while after childbirth. Many minor postpartum problems can be managed at home. If you develop problems and your doctor has given you specific instructions to follow,be sure to follow those instructions. Constipation and hemorrhoids Home treatment measures are usually all that is needed to relieve mild ...

  5. Breast Engorgement - Symptoms

    Symptoms of breast engorgement happen when the breasts produce and fill with milk but little milk is removed from them. Milk overfills and engorges the breasts.

  6. Breast Engorgement - Topic Overview

    Breast engorgement is the painful overfilling of the breasts with milk.

  7. Breast Engorgement - Exams and Tests

    No exams or tests are needed to diagnose breast engorgement. If your health professional suspects a breast infection (mastitis), you will be treated with antibiotics.

  8. Breast Engorgement - Treatment Overview

    Breast engorgement is a common problem after birth and during breast - feeding. You can prevent and treat it at home.

  9. Breast Engorgement - Home Treatment

    Information on home treatment of breast engorgement.

  10. Baby's 2-Year Checkup: What to Expect

    Find out what to expect during your baby's 2-year checkup: What your pediatrician will look for and questions you'll want to ask.

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