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    Postnatal Care

    Contraception after having a baby

    Contraception after having a baby
    It is important to thing about contraception after having a baby. You can get pregnant again from 3 weeks postpartum, even if you haven’t had a period, even if you are breastfeeding. Don’t wait until your 6-week check, get the information you need now.

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    Tears, Episiotomy and Stitches; a practical approach

    Tears, Episiotomy and Stitches; a practical approach
    So first things first, it is very common for first time mums to have stitches.  They will take about 10 days to dissolve and 6 weeks to be fully healed. However, it can take even longer for sensation in the vagina and perineum to return to normal as the nerves may still be healing

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    Mastitis - Breastfeeding

    Mastitis - Breastfeeding
    Mastitis is a breast infection that causes pain, swelling, redness and tenderness of one or both breasts. It can affect women who are breastfeeding. The milk ducts get blocked and infected.

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