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Extreme sharp pain in left temple, last 30 sec-1min. Finger contractions. Itching all over no rash. Tingling left face and left head. Fatigue. Twitchi?
This usually has to do with the onset of labor. It is a muscular tightening of the uterus. Contractions are timed from beginning to end of hardening of the uterus (duration) and from beginning of one contraction until the beginning of the next (frequency). A third descriptor is intensity or how hard ...Read more
Held a warm, wet piece of tp against anus to clean. Felt a contraction around finger. Is this the outside sphincter muscle? Should it be this loose?
Outside/hard to say: The anus has two sphincters before the outlet.An internal automated one that keeps the fecal mass up and seldom dilates unless you are trying to evacuate.The external sphincter is usually closed at rest and you can close it harder if the inner sphincted is opening and you are trying to hold back a stool. Trauma to the outside sphincter or nerve damage can leave it weak and open. ...Read more
See below: Breathing techniques are an important aspect of most birthing preparation classes .Women in early labor try a warm bath or shower. Many laboring women also find massages comforting. Along with providing the classic lower-back massage, partners should target the shoulders and some of the pain-relieving acupuncture sites: the web space on the palm, between the thumb and index finger and the feet. ...Read more
Is there anyone on here who knows a lot about dupuytren's contraction disease or knows how to deal with it?
Fibromatosis: Dupuytren's is an abnormal fibro-proliferative disorder also called palmar fibromatosis know as vikings disease it has a significant familial and genetic etiology here is a link to some additional ideas on facebook regarding dupuytren's https://www.Facebook.Com/pages/dupuytrens-disease-new-treatment-updates/147337105335050?Ref=hl. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If my docs diagnosed me w blood vessel weakness & vasospasms, should I avoid swimming in cold water? Could the vessel contraction damage my vessels?
Avoid cold exposure: If you have what is called Raynaud's Phenomenon where you get Vasospasm and Bluish discoloration of toes and fingers; yes you may want to avoid cold water. The Vasospasm will not damage your Blood vessels. Nefidipine and Imdur given to you by your doctor helps this to some extent. ...Read more
Bad menstrual cramps: Labor can take 24 to 36 hours. Early on labor pains feel very much like bad menstrual cramps. It can take 12 to 18 hours to get into active labor. The contractions of active labor are intense and come every 3 to 5 minutes. You usually cannot talk or walk during an active labor contraction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Assume you're talking about the practice of monitoring "fetal movement" as a proxy for fetal well-being. The premise is that babies who move a lot are healthy babies, and babies who don't move may be "asking for help". Babies in utero sleep in 90-120 minute cycles. If lack of movement persists much longer than that, call your obstetrician or go to l&d. 99% of the time, he/she is fine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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