Monthly Archives: December 2011
  • Measles In Toddlers

    Measles in Toddlers

    By Kieth | December 20, 2011
    Toddlers have a developing immune system and are therefore more susceptible to picking up illnesses or being affected by viruses that are present in the air. The measles virus is one that tends to affect children at a very young age, causing high ...
  • Back Pain After Pregnancy

    Symptoms and Remedies for Back Pain After Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 20, 2011
    A sizable number of women suffer from lower back pain after pregnancy and childbirth. Many of them would have also experienced the back pain during pregnancy. The main reason for this is the many physical changes that occur in the mother’s body ...
  • Brown Discharge During Late Pregnancy

    Symptoms and Causes of Brown Discharge During Late Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 20, 2011
    Pregnancy sure is one of the most beautiful times in a woman’s life. With new changes and developments to get accustomed to, she needs great care and affection. Occurrences so baffling, it becomes difficult to cope, unless she gets the right ...
  • Breasts Saggy After Pregnancy

    Ways to Avoid Saggy Breasts After Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    Many women face the problem of sagging breasts after pregnancy. Genetics are largely responsible for this condition. It is also natural for the breast tissue to lose its elasticity and sag with increasing age. The breasts are made up of tissue and ...
  • Weight Loss After Pregnancy

    Weight Loss After Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    When pregnant, you probably gorged on sumptuous foods, devoured meals for you and your child’s well being and obliviously mounted the pounds. The stubborn fat might distress you, but the challenge is to stay patient and persistent. Many women ...
  • Side Effects Of Miscarriage

    Physical & Emotional Side Effects of Miscarriage

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    The untimely loss of an unborn child during the first 20 weeks of gestation is termed as a ‘miscarriage’. This is an extremely difficult time for the mother as also close family and friends. The primary cause of miscarriage is a chromosomal or ...
  • Appendicitis During Pregnancy

    Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment of Appendicitis During Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    There are several complications that women anticipate during the course of pregnancy, but appendicitis is rarely one of them. Unfortunately, appendicitis during pregnancy is a lot more common than most of us realize. According to reports published ...
  • Toddlers Suffering With Mononucleosis

    Mononucleosis in Toddlers

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    Mononucleosis, also known as the mono or the kissing disease, can be described as a health condition caused by the Epstein Barr Virus (EBV). It is a highly contagious disease and can be easily passed on from one person to the other by kissing or ...
  • Spotting At 26 Weeks Pregnant

    Causes of Spotting at 26th Week of Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    It is only natural for a woman to get highly concerned on noticing spots of blood on tissue or her underwear during the course of pregnancy. This is because spotting could be a sign that something is wrong with the baby or the pregnancy. ...
  • Typhoid Fever During Pregnancy

    Typhoid Fever During Pregnancy

    By Kieth | December 1, 2011
    Any kind of infection or health problem during the course of pregnancy can have a negative impact on the baby and this also includes typhoid during pregnancy. In most instances, patients suffering from typhoid lose their appetite and need to be put ...
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