How long does breastfeeding after breast anesthgram?

Breast prostheses are the most severe complications, the consequences of inflammation of the milk ducts are not well treated due to a variety of causes, the most common of which is in breastfeeding women. Coming mainly from milk ray obstruction, purulent inflammation forms purulent drives in the breast. The main treatment is the injection of an anesth anesthpression. How long does it take to incis an anesthle should be the question of many mothers.

1. Learn about breast implants

Bacterial breast absces, the most common of which are sphysoccal and schioccal, are less common than pneumococcal, gonorrhea, welding bacterium, anesthial bacteria. When the body's resistance decreases due to sickness, lack of food, a lot of staying up at night, hard work is less rested … Stagnation of milk in the mammary glands are the main factors that cause breast anesths in women.

Pathogenic bacteria can penetrate directly into the mammary glands from the skin through milk ducts or tight marks on the nipples and areola areas; indirect route: bacteria from an infectious outlet elsewhere in the body through the blood or lymphatic path to causing breast anesthrosis.

Many types of bacteria that cause breast anesthrosis

There are many types of bacteria that cause breast anesthrosis

The location of the loaf of the loaf can be in front of the gland, in the gland, behind the line. An anesthultic drive usually undergoes two stages of inflammation and forms an anesthrenic, mammary gangrene.

Clinical manifestations of breast anesthors are mainly swelling, heat, redness, pain:

  • Early stages:

Mainly deep aches and pains in the mammary glands, increased pain during examination, when movement of the shoulders, arms. The side of the breast is inflamed enlarged, the density is firm, the lymph nodes in the armpits on the same side are large and painful. The skin on the inflammatory drive can be normal if the inflammatory drive is deep in the gland, which can be hot, red, edema if the inflammatory drive is located just below the skin or on the surface of the gland.

  • Stages of forming an anesths:

Are purulent sagging sagging in the breast formed due to necrosis of tissues. Symptoms of the inflammatory phase all increase such as manifestations of bacterial infections, intoxication. Where there is a large swelling of the breast, the skin on the abdomen is usually hot, stretched, swollen red or purple edema. If the anxiculsion is clear with the milk ducts, milk and pus can be seen flowing through the nipple end.

2. How to treat breast implants?

  • rest
  • Full-body antibiotics in combination with anti-inflammatory drugs,
  • Pain relief.
  • Physical therapy: Massage, hot compresses.
  • When the resident ansthulsion is formed, it is necessary to inject incisions, remove pus. When injecting an incision of a conductive breast anxectomy, it is necessary to pay attention to the breakdown of the purulent drives. For shallow anesths under the skin, the areola area is pricked with pus. Glandline anesthesia or local anesthesia is required, injecting the anesthesia in the lowest place on the anesthetic area.

3. Can breast anesthgram breastfeed?

  • As a rule, when an anesthage is created, there is a shell around it. The remaining mammary glands that lead milk from the milk glands to the nipples will not be affected by the anesthetic area. Therefore, it is quite possible to breastfeed the baby on both sides of the breast, except in the case of an anesthomy near the nipple.
  • To avoid recurrent mastitis and breast implants, you need to breastfeed regularly, breastfeed on both sides of your breast, and if you don't run out, milk it by hand.

Normal breastfeeding after breast implantation

Normal breastfeeding after breast implant injection

4. Prevention of breast anesthomy

To avoid breast implants during breastfeeding need:

  • Maintain good hygiene of the breast area before and after breastfeeding.
  • Breastfeed properly, do not chew your breasts for long.
  • Do not crack the nipple head, avoid milk stagnation, block milk rays.
  • Breastfeeding early and breastfeeding both breasts, do not run out of milk to avoid stagnation and stimulate new milk.
  • Alleviate breast pain by: Using warm gauze on the breast before breastfeeding, massaging the mother's neck and back, the mother squeezes less milk before breastfeeding and wets the breast head to make it easier for the baby to breastfeed. After breastfeeding must support the breast with a chest bandage, apply cold gauze to the breast between breastfeeding.
  • Weaning: Gradually reduce lactation, drink less water.

Breast anesthies if left unsapplied or treated improperly can cause complications of chronic mammary fibrosis, either by prolonged administration of antibiotics at the stage of an anesthomy or as a consequence of direct injection of antibiotics into the mammary glands for the treatment of breast anesthiesis; breast gangrene is caused by highly toxic bacteria or by gangrene bacterium.

If you have abnormal symptoms, you should be examined and consulted with a specialist.

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About: Minh Quynh

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