The Doctors TV Show had an Ask Dr Lisa segment on today’s show called “Cure It In No Time.” Dr Lisa Masterson was asked two question: Can women ever look pre-baby “down there” after having children? and What works best for morning sickness? I loved the idea of trying out the Acupressure Bracelets for Morning Sickness, because I have read how much they help with nausea and other symptoms when you are on a boat for example – so it makes sense that Acupressure Bracelets could help with Morning Sickness symptoms like nausea and vomiting.
Ask Dr Lisa: How to Look Pre-Baby Down There
Dr Lisa Masterson was asked by a lady in the audience who has children (her youngest one is 5 years old) and she wanted to know if she will ever look pre-baby “down there?” Dr Lisa said that your vagina has muscles in the shape of a diamond that get stretched out and, when there is no tone in the muscles, it can be hard for you or your partner to feel anything. So, the best option is to tone up. After having a baby you can have issues like leaking urine when you cough or sneeze or problems with your bowels. Dr Lisa said that your uterus can even fall out. So the best option is to talk to your doctor about what you do not like down there and your doctor can try to help restore your body to get a different look or to help with functional issues.
The Doctors: Acupressure Bracelet for Morning Sickness
Dr Lisa Masterson was asked by another lady who is 12 weeks pregnant what she can do because she is sick all day long. What Works Best for Morning Sickness? Dr Lisa Masters said that there is a FDA cleared, non-invasive, Prescription Acupressure Bracelet that actually helps to minimize your morning sickness. You can adjust the bracelet based on the severity of your morning sickness symptoms, and it will help to counteract the nausea. You can also try something like these Psi Bands Acupressure Wrist Band. Some other Morning Sickness options that Dr Lisa mentioned included soda crackers, pretzels, ginger ale, and Ginger Lollipops. If your Morning Sickness is keeping you from being able to keep food down, you should definitely talk to your doctor.