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lac·ta·tion·al

(lak-tā'shŭn-ăl),
Relating to lactation.
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2] These include all non-malignant conditions like fibroadenoma, fibrocystic disease, mastalgia, mammary duct ectasia, sclerosing adenosis, lactational adenoma, benign phyllodes tumour, intraductal papilloma, fibrous disease, blunt duct adenosis, calcification, breast abscess, lactational mastitis, puerperal mastitis, granulomatous lobular mastitis, fat necrosis, tuberculous mastitis, galactocele, gynaecomastia and lipoma.
Gestational and lactational exposure to ethinyl estradiol, but not bisphenol A, decreases androgen-dependent reproductive organ weights and epididymal sperm abundance in the male long evans hooded rat.
Conversely, postpartum uptake within a few months of childbirth of methods associated with low continuation, such as oral contraceptives and injectables, may have little effect, or even be counterproductive, in terms of birth-spacing in populations with prolonged lactational amenorrhea.
Bjerke DL, Brown TJ, MacLusky NJ, Hochberg RB, Peterson RE (1994) Partial demasculinization and feminization of sex behavior in male rats by in utero and lactational exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-pdioxin is not associated with alterations in estrogen receptor binding or volumes of sexually differentiated brain nuclei.
For lactational infections co-amoxiclav is the drug of choice as it will cover most bacterial infections as well as anaerobes.
Hence, a culturally appropriate, individualized, diet plan should be made for each woman, considering her lactational demands as well.
Vitamin A preparations, topical retinoids or oral acitretin, could not be given as the patients was in the lactational period.
A partial budget model to estimate economic benefits of lactational treatment of subclinical Staphylococcus aureus mastitis.
Effect of rumen protected methionine on lactational performance of dairy cows.
However, it affects the lactating women mostly and is known as lactational mastitis or puerperal mastitis.
Haig said those breastfed babies who cry frequently for nighttime feedings want to extend their mothers' lactational amenorrhea or the women's bodies ability to stop conceiving as long as breastfeeding.
Since human kidney maturation occurs in utero and during the first 2 years of life when lactational exposure may occur, there may be risk to the developing human kidney.