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AlexWeston replied to topic 1 engorged breast- baby 4 months old

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. You could try feeding off this breast last so that it doesn’t fill as much and feed more from your right breast during the day so that this breast can fill a bit mo...

Thursday 01 November 07:08am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Staples or stitches?

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Using staples is really the surgeon’s choice so discuss this with your doctor. The staples can pinch a little but removing them is usually quite easy and causes min...

Thursday 01 November 07:08am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Age, vbac and should I try for another???

Hi. Thank you for your enquiry. It is difficult for me to determine your level of fertility. After 40 generally fertility does decline but you have had 2 children fairly recently without any probl...

Tuesday 23 October 08:04am
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AlexWeston replied to topic pregnancy after stillbirth

Hi, I am very sorry for your loss. Losing a baby at full term is very difficult and very sad. Six weeks after giving birth your body is pretty much back to its pre-pregnancy state. It may be advis...

Tuesday 23 October 07:57am
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AlexWeston replied to topic I cant stop feeling dizzy

Hi Kerry, Thank you for your enquiry. You may be experiencing drops in your Blood Pressure. Try to drink plenty of water and to get up gradually when you have been sitting or lying down. This feel...

Tuesday 23 October 07:57am
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AlexWeston replied to topic fever in 1st trimester

Hi Georgia, Thank you for your enquiry. If you do experience high temperatures during pregnancy for an extended period, you are at risk of a miscarriage at that time. Spina bifida is caused by a l...

Tuesday 23 October 07:56am
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AlexWeston replied to topic BREASTFEEDING - CAN YOU STILL FALL PREG

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Many women do not ovulate or have periods when fully breast feeding. When your baby starts to take solids this can change and you are more likely to ovulate, this h...

Tuesday 23 October 07:56am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Hormonal Spots or he is allergic to NAN HA

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. The spots that you are describing are most likely to be the newborn hormonal rash. It is advisable that you visit your Early Childhood Health Centre for more advice...

Tuesday 23 October 07:55am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Antenatal care

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Antenatal care can be done by a GP in a shared care program with the hospital or can be just attended at the hospital, at a midwives clinic or with a private obstet...

Tuesday 23 October 07:55am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Water Aerobic

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It is always advisable to inform the instructor of your pregnancy so that they can adjust the exercises to suit. If you are feeling uncomfortable about some of the ...

Tuesday 23 October 07:54am
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AlexWeston replied to topic listeria

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Here is a link to a guide for safe eating during pregnancy: http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/consumer/pr... Best wishes, Alex. NSW Midwives Association Note: T...

Tuesday 23 October 07:53am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Pregnancy odds after a m/c

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Having a miscarriage does not affect you fertility, the same chances exist of falling pregnant the next month. You are also still at risk of miscarrying if you do f...

Tuesday 23 October 07:53am
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AlexWeston replied to topic TTC bub#4

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Once a couple has been trying to conceive for 12 months or more without success there needs to be more investigations. However, if you were breastfeeding in that ti...

Tuesday 23 October 07:51am
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AlexWeston replied to topic placenta growth

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. The placenta’s size is generally about 1/6 the weight of the baby so if your placenta is larger than average so is your baby. The placenta usually causes no problem...

Tuesday 23 October 07:50am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Subseptate / bicornuate uterus

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. You are at a higher risk of miscarriage with your condition but when you pass the 12 – 16 week mark everything should continue as normal. It is very difficult for m...

Tuesday 23 October 07:50am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Twins dating 1wk under. WORRIED !?!?

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Ultrasounds are a basic tool that is used to check dates and the growth of the baby. Measurements are checked against averages so if the babies are a bit smaller th...

Tuesday 23 October 07:49am
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AlexWeston replied to topic blood shot eye

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. This is quite common in newborns and it will resolve in a few days. If you do notice it getting worse then it is advisable to seek medical advice. Best wishes, Ale...

Tuesday 23 October 07:48am
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AlexWeston replied to topic What is the chance of another stillbirth

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. If there was no cause found for your stillbirth you still are at an increased chance of another stillbirth. If they do know the cause then your carers will try not ...

Wednesday 17 October 07:42am
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AlexWeston replied to topic Placenta reaching internal OS

Hi Alicia, Thank you for your enquiry. The internal os is where the uterus meets the vagina (birth canal). So if the placenta reaches this point it is regarded as low lying but it is not over the ...

Wednesday 17 October 07:41am
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AlexWeston replied to topic hives during pregnancy

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Your immunity may be reduced during your pregnancy. See if you can increase your rest and try to exercise regularly and lots of water is good too. You could also tr...

Wednesday 17 October 07:40am
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