Blocking of milk rays mostly occurs in women after cesarean section, causing pain, discomfort and especially affecting the milk production process. Some women who are mothers for the first time do not recognize the early signs of obstruction after giving birth, especially after cesarean section, making the condition worse. Below are the early recognition signs of obstruction and the most effective treatment for dilation in postpartum women.

1. Can I breastfeed my baby after surgery after surgery?

Intrusion after cesarean delivery can occur during the first few days of life or during breastfeeding. There are many reasons that cause blockage of milk after cesarean delivery such as: feeding babies infrequently, mothers do not breastfeed early, breastfeeding babies improperly, cleaning breasts is not clean, making bacteria easy. But the main reason is that the mother has to use antibiotics, anesthetics, anesthesia, affecting the milk production and milk circulation in the milk ducts. So the question is, can mothers who have blocked milk rays after cesarean section breastfeed their babies?

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A mother with a blocked breast milk jet after cesarean section can still breastfeed her baby. In the process of breastfeeding a baby after cesarean section, the mother feels the breasts are heavy, tight, abnormally warm and these signs are increasing, even a lump appears in the breast. At this time, mothers should immediately think that the possibility of postpartum obstruction is very large and should seek treatment for this as soon as possible.

When you encounter a condition on your mother, you should continue to breastfeed and feed more times, increase the amount of milk each time and even pump less milk out. You should pay attention as much as possible to empty your breasts. Mom can both breastfeed and massage a hard lump in the breast, use a breast pump or seek help from a family member. 2. Signs of obstruction after cesarean section

Post-cesarean occlusion may appear slowly or suddenly, depending on the cause and location of the mother. Mothers can recognize early through the following common signs:

At first, you may feel headache, fatigue, have a little heat or fever, and chest pain, but this is not a definitive sign of blockage. So if you encounter these early signs, you need to pay more attention. When the breast milk is blocked, the breasts will feel more tight, the level of tension increases and the feeling of chest pain increases, resulting in less milk production, no effort to express.

In some cases, without timely detection and treatment, the mother will feel a reddened nipple, painful swelling, constant pain and increasing pain level, even a high fever. In this case, the mother should go to the medical facility to be examined and treated promptly to avoid blockage of milk rays leading to inflammation and breast abscess. 3. Reasons why cesarean section does not have milk or blocked milk jet

One of the leading causes of postpartum obstruction is due to caesarean section. So why is a cesarean birth without milk or easy to obstruct the milking?

The first cause can be said to be an anesthetic, anesthetic during the birth process. This process leads to the inability to breastfeed immediately after birth and, as a result, the inability to stimulate the natural lactation mechanism.

After cesarean delivery, mothers often have to use antibiotics to prevent postoperative infection. Antibiotics are one of the factors that disrupt the hormones of the milk glands, slowing milk production and unstable milk production.

Often mothers after cesarean delivery will hurt much more than mothers born normally. So the recovery time will also be slower and the mother will lose more energy, making it more difficult to breastfeed. Moreover, postpartum mothers who lose blood after giving birth quite a lot, affecting the recovery process quite significantly.

Therefore, in most mothers who have a cesarean section, they often breastfeed their babies sparingly and irregularly, gradually the milk glands will slow down and easily lead to blockages of milk sparks. Another reason is that in some mothers who give birth by cesarean section but are not yet full term, the incomplete development of the milk glands also leads to the lack of milk after birth. 4. Mistakes when treating clogged milk

- Most mothers, when encountering the condition of blockage of the milk jet after cesarean section, apply folk remedies such as using a brush, putting clove leaves, dandelion leaves, cabbage leaves, ... but not see the effect but on the contrary the situation gets worse. Using the wrong way by some mothers can also cause inflammation, burns, and severe skin damage.

- According to folk experience, the mother uses the method of squeezing and applying hot compresses to the location where the follicle is blocked. This inadvertently ruptures the follicles while having little or no effect on the actual clogged site.

- Some mothers have the view of drinking less water with the aim of reducing the amount of secreted milk to limit the blockage of milk jets. Mother did not know that this will slow down the secretion of milk, reduce the amount of milk fed by the baby. 5. The most effective treatment to unblock milk rays after cesarean section

According to medical recommendations, mothers have blocked milk rays after cesarean section

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