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See below: The nicu can be a very stressful place for the babies. There is a lot of activity and noises. They maybe undergoing procedures, and the incubators amplify sound. The interventions you mentioned help to provide a relaxing environment for the babies. ...Read more
An infant born premature through C-section who never cried; mri: http://bit.Ly/12eymz7 which says profound hypoxic ischaemic injury. How to deal?
No easy answer: So profoundly sorry to here about your baby. There are never any easy answers here. I have seen miracle babies in this situation, but as likely is a baby with a lifetime of challenges, dependency and need. You need to sit down with neonatologist, a pediatric neurologist and have a frank and open discussion about what lies ahead for you and this child. There is not a one size fits all answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How does a woman correctly perform perineal massage to make delivery easier & prevent tearing during childbirth?
See links: They don't give us nearly enough space to discuss that here, but great question! i advise all pregnant women to practice this starting around 34 weeks and wish all doctors did so! see http://www.Ivillage.Com/perineal-massage-your-how-guide/6-n-145602 and http://pregnancy.About.Com/cs/episiotomy/a/perimassage.Htm good luck! ps check out the book ina may's guide to childbirth! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
17, trans, ftm. Don't want kids. Menses and fertility=major distress. Conservative mom=no birth control & can't dress as male. Tips 2 manage menses?
See a physician: You need a physician to help with the hormonal control of menses. We have safe low dose BCP and injectable hormones to help reduce or eliminate bleeding. No treatment is fool proof however and continuous communication and trials with a physician may be required. Good luck. ...Read more
After 2 births(vag), I had 2 retained placentas, 2 postpartum hemmorhage 2nd labor precipitous (2hr) Is induction or csection safer to manage nextime
May be: Since the likelihood of such complications increase with subsequent pregnancies, your OB might suggest you to deliver at a predictable time. ...Read more
36 wks. Dilating & thinning. Passed mucous plug. Dr can feel babies head. Uterine suspension undone. Pain! MANY BH contractions. Safe to self induce??
Airway dilation, what's the chance of needing a trach? now has leak around her breathing tube. 24wk 6 day preemie girl. 1lb 6.2oz @birth 3lb 9.4 oz
Therapy: Total paralysis post stroke usually does not recover. But if you have some function, then a program of occupational therapy, often supplemented by specific splints, may be quite helpful. One form of treatment consists of restraining the non-paralyzed hand, so that the patient won't be tempted to use the unaffected hand instead (this treatment can provide very good results). See a pm&r doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Boy 9mo actual, 6.5mo adjusted asymmetric IUGR. Sitting independent, good balance, hates tummy time, won't roll. Rolled only handful of times. Help!
Discuss with babydoc: There is more going on here than can be posed in the space provided. The best resource for help is the pediatrician that has been regularly seeing your child. Discuss with them your concerns. They know your baby's history and they also have knowledge of available resources in your general area. They will be able to assess your baby's development and offer appropriate referrals necessary. ...Read more
Fatherin-law=parksinson;mother inlaw=ocd;wife=pcos;father=copd, mother=highb.P.I'm (36ys) leading a tension ful life.How to become cheerful & relaxed?
Relax! : First things first. These are not your problems. However you can acquire some of them if you don't learn to cope. Smoking is not a coping mechanism. It is an addiction and will lead to COPD and BP problems. Exercise vigorously 30 minutes daily and learn to meditate on a daily basis. Eat a breakfast every day containing protein. Drink 8 glasses of water. Sleep 8 hours. Drop the daily newspaper. ...Read more
Wtloss home delivery: The positives about home delivery are portion control and ease of use.I imagine the companies that deal in home delivery would allow you to purchase a "sample" program to see if the food is to your taste after all, if the food is not to your liking-you will not becommitted to the program. I still advocate one"regular" type family meal per day. Please have your dr evaluate the nutritional content. ...Read more
Shall a 27wk premature use curosurf (poractant alfa) when born? Even the new born breath well under invasive ventilation
Muster not heard of: I believe you mean shoulder dystocia which is a problem with large babies. Different manuevers are done by the OB to deliver the shoulder. ...Read more
Depends: In case of disaster, the patient records might be lost if they are on paper or stored on a computer server. Nowadays, more and more doctors offices have "cloud based" EMRs (electronic med records) so even if a clinic were to be destroyed, the records are safe. It's a good idea to keep your own set of "records" in case of disaster (meds, important medical information) that you can take with you. ...Read moreSee 15 more doctor answers