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Master Thesis

Prise en charge officinale de la femme en post partum et de son nouveau né

Abstract : The postpartum, comes from the Latin "post" meaning "after" and "partum": "give birth". The postpartum or "suite de couche", corresponds to the period during which the female organism tends to return to its "non-gravid" state. It extends about 6 to 8 weeks after delivery, but may persist if the mother is breastfeeding. The end of this phase is characterized by the reappearance of menstruation. The postpartum is marked by physiological changes (biochemical, anatomical and hormonal). This period of variation is not without consequences, it is often a source of inconvenience and alters the maternal well-being (fatigue, pains, hemorrhoids, hair loss, stretch marks ...). The pharmacist is there to bring to the Mother a therapeutic response adapted to her little worries. In the newborn, some physiological functions are still immature, triggering disorders, worrying parents. The pharmacy team is frequently asked for advice to relieve newborns from digestive disorders (constipation, colic, diarrhea), dermatological problems (diaper rash, milk crusts), teething. These many ills are mild and very frequent. However, the limits of the advice must be known in order to refet the person to a doctor. Today, following medical desertification, the pharmacy becomes a place of reference to answer the concerns of the parents. A good therapeutic response is listening, assessment of gravity or not of the disease, followed by advice adapted to the situation.
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Solène Rousselle. Prise en charge officinale de la femme en post partum et de son nouveau né. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2019. ⟨dumas-02454051⟩



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