Feb 17, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Engorged Breasts During Nursing – Handy Expert Advice

Engorged Breasts During Nursing – Handy Expert Advice
Breasts feeling full are normally experienced among nearly all lactating mothers once their milk has come in two to five days following child delivery. Women might feel full, heavy, sore and warmness in their breasts arising from breast tissue that swell up due to accruement of milk, blood & lymphatic fluid in the milk ducts when milk starts being produced. This sense of feeling full in the breasts is not abnormal when breast tissues can be compressed & one doesn’t sense unwell (pains or fevers atypically felt). Engorged breasts could develop from such typical fullness when mothers decide to not nurse whilst milk  [...]

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May 26, 2010
Posted in Pregnancy Symptoms & Fixes

3 Week Pregnancy Symptoms- What to expect

3 Week Pregnancy Symptoms- What to expect
In case a woman is newly pregnant or attempting conception, she would be confounded with several queries regarding what to expect, how her body would change or what would be transpiring inside her. Here is an elucidation of 3 week pregnancy symptoms that a woman could expect to come across. After the male ejaculates the sperms commence their journey up via the vagina, to the uterus and eventually reaching the fallopian tubes in anticipation for the egg. On an average, a sperm has the capability of fertilizing the egg for twelve to forty-eight hours post-ejaculation. In rarest of scenarios, a number of super-sperms manage  [...]

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