Breast engorgement is when the breasts become painfully full of milk. It usually occurs on the 3rd day of the puerperium. The breasts may feel hard and painful.
Some common health problems of the newborn baby include vomiting, regurgitation, diarrhea, constipation, excessive crying, colic, inability to latch on, etc.
Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast tissue that can affect breastfeeding mothers. It is caused by a bacterial infection and can cause pain in the breasts.
Breathing exercise can help you deal with the stress of pregnancy, ease pain during labor and delivery, improve your sleep, reduce anxiety and depression, etc.
Human milk banking is the process of collecting and storing breast milk for use by other mothers who are not able to produce enough milk of their own.
Not all medications are created equal. Some medications may be safe and some can be passed on to your baby through breast milk, and can cause adverse effects.
Exchange transfusion in newborns is a procedure in which blood is removed from the baby and replaced with fresh blood to treat severe jaundice or anemia.
Umbilical sepsis also known as omphalitis is a serious bacterial infection of the umbilicus (navel). Baby develops a red, swollen, and warm umbilical cord.
Placental insufficiency is a condition that can occur during pregnancy when the placenta does not provide enough oxygen and nutrients to the baby.