You can repair a few of the things that can be causing the problems you’re experiencing.
If you’re wearing an overly-soft sports bra, a few pieces can be replaced.
If the bra is too small or the cup is too big, you can make a few alterations to the bra to reduce the circumference of the cup.
You can also try wearing your favorite sport shoes, and try to find shoes with a snug fit.
But be careful when you start wearing new shoes, because some manufacturers have strict rules about when they should and should not be worn.
When to call a doctor: If your symptoms have persisted for a while and you’re still experiencing symptoms, it’s time to call your doctor.
“There is no magic formula to find a new, permanent solution for these symptoms,” says Dr. Susan L. Paltrow, MD, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the Perelman School of Engineering and Applied Science.
It’s important to ask your doctor to help you find the best treatment plan.
“The more you can tell your doctor about your symptoms, the more likely they are to have a solution that works for you,” says Paltry.
Once your doctor sees you, he or she will prescribe an antibiotic to treat your symptoms.
If you have a serious infection, you’ll need to be hospitalized, but Paltrows recommends using a supportive antibiotic for the first 48 hours after starting your antibiotic treatment.
Follow this link to learn more about antibiotic therapy.
What to do if you have an infection: Your doctor may prescribe an anti-bacterial cream or washcloth to help remove bacteria and help you feel better.
Other steps: You’ll need an antiemetic to help prevent the spread of your infection.
After you’ve recovered from your infection, it may be time to take your antibiotics again.
The good news: It takes a while for antibiotics to work.
The bad news: If you’re infected, it takes about a week to completely heal.
You may need a second antibiotic for several months.