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14 Weeks PP-Questions..Please answer

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2 years ago
I had my baby end of january. Had my 1st pp period end of march (lasted almost a week). Am solely Bfeeding. My ?s are: 1.Is it normal to still have pain when going #2? Doc said a small hemorrhoid but how long does it take to heal? Been using cream she prescribed for a couple weeks now 2.Do i have wait till my period to start taking mini pill Jolievette? My baby was planned, fine with 1 for now :) Thats all for now, thanks in advance!

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2 years ago
Those all sound like questions only your doc could answer unless there's someone who has been in exactly all those situations. I haven't had pain when going since my 4th week or so post-partum, and my baby was born 2-22 this year. I think you need to see your doctor.
2 years ago
Those all sound like questions only your doc could answer unless there's someone who has been in exactly all those situations. I haven't had pain when going since my 4th week or so post-partum, and my baby was born 2-22 this year. I think you need to see your doctor.
2 years ago
Thanks. I would see her but cant right now financially. Yes was intended for some who have been there or going through same thing.
2 years ago
You can start taking Jolievette at any time. It is supposed to take effect in 48 hours.
2 years ago
Hemoriods are normal, its just your body trying to adjust back to normal. Your body is used to a baby sitting on your bowels, and alot of it is becase your uterus is still not down to its original size, so that puts pressure on the bowels as well. I had them til I was about 3 or 4 months pp. I had a cesearean though, so my uterus STILL is not down to its original size, with c-sections, it takes longer :/ blah.
2 years ago
Josiahsmommy, I am a year after a csection, and 3 months after a hyst.... I am never going to be normal again. Anyway blessed, I would have to agree, talk to a doc, and find out for sure,  Because your breastfeeding I don't think you should be having periods, or taking a birth control... But I am not sure what Jolievette is...  Hemoriods, I know are your bodys way of getting rid of pressure.  I would be worried that after 2 weeks your still in pain, if it's small.  Again, i think you should seek a doctors help. 
2 years ago
Thanks ladies! @JosiahsMommy2010 LOL thats what I heard & have noticed :( @Nelliebugz Its called the mini pill and its only progestogen. Recommended for BF moms as the regular pill decreases your supply (but then again-everyones different) It works just as well as any BC if taken every day at the same time I just wasn't sure when to start them As for the butt pain, lol Im not in alot pain only alil when going and not always. Kinda just depends on what i eat i guess @Caitlin N. THANK U will do, Ive been too precautious! Havent even tried..poor hubby! LOL
2 years ago
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