The Danger Of Cantengan Operations For Nursing Mothers?
Hello, I am 26 years old. Last year I cantengan and had a small nail extraction operation, well the next year I cantengan again, my position is pregnant and I decided to wait for my new baby to be born again. Now my baby is born, and I am breastfeeding small pull out the nails, and dangerous not for my breast milk Thank you
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Nail extraction is a medical procedure that only uses anesthesia locally. The use of local anesthesia will not affect the quality of breast milk (meaning the drug will not penetrate breast milk) and will also not affect milk production. Therefore, if indeed these actions need to be done, you may only take the action of removing the nails while you are breastfeeding right now. However, you need to tell the doctor who took the nail extraction that you are breastfeeding because after the action the doctor will also give oral medicines for you to consume (usually pain relievers and antibiotics). These medicines must be adapted to your condition so your doctor must know that you are breastfeeding so you can prescribe medicines that are safe for nursing mothers.
The following are some things you can do to prevent future incisions:
Avoid cutting nails curved, cut nails straight Avoid cutting nails too short Clean the remnants of dead skin around the nails using special nail files Use socks and shoes that are comfortable in size that is suitable for your feet your feet every day and dry your shoes as often as possible
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