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Measures to reduce post partum flab - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hello
User :   hi
Doctor :   Tell me XXX.
User :   XXX ?
Doctor :   Yes XXX.
User :   sorry i got disconnected last time
Doctor :   ok
User :   my wife has one question..
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User :   after pregnancy how to reduce the tummy
User :   hi
Doctor :   How many days has it been after she has delivered
User :   one year
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   was it normal or a Cesarean section
User :   even tough she does some fitness program daily but that tummy portion is not reducing at all
User :   normal..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   It shall need regular exercise and better to get into swimming or some sort of a regimen and that shall take care but need to be done regularly
User :   true
Doctor :   there is nothing to worry but for how long did she
User :   and she is having hypo tyroid . Any precaution needs to be taken while reducing weight
User :   continue..
Doctor :   breast feeding
User :   even now
User :   its one year now
Doctor :   ok that is since aslong that she is having the Breast feed going on
Doctor :   that is the best way that she could loose weight
User :   how about hypo tyroid
Doctor :   that will only need the TSH T3and the T4 test to be done to get it evaluated and then things shall be clear
Doctor :   but the Isolated event of the Belly fat post DElivery shall not be correlated to Hypothyroidism
User :   yep she is taking tyronorm tabs daily ..
User :   so can brest feed till 2years right.?
User :   ?
User :   Breast*
User :   so can breast feed till 2years right.?

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