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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Female Infertility

Home Remedies for Female Infertility

The causes of infertility are varied and may come from both men and women, although the incidence is slightly higher in women. Infertility can be relative or absolute. The first is the inability to procreate, and the second is one in which by appropriate treatment can get resolved.

The negative mental and emotional states, concerns or excessive mental work may cause temporary sterility condition. And unnatural food, lack of vitamins, especially type A, B and E, chronic poisoning, smoking, drink-driving, drug drugs, obesity, diabetes, alteration of the internal glands, the malnutrition or lack of sleep are other causes of sterility presence.
In this article we tell you how to treat female infertility.

What to do:

  • You must visit your doctor as soon as possible to know what the causes of infertility. So he has to go both men and women, to know who has it.
  • We must fight the possible causes listed above harmful and can contribute to infertility.
  • You have to keep eating lacto-ovo-vegetarian in short periods that make eating raw food and cleansing one day you alternate time fresh fruits and raw vegetables eat another day. You can also take a raw egg and cottage cheese with honey.
  • It is very important that abound in the diet vitamins, especially A, B and E. Vitamin E is the most effective and can be found in whole wheat, wheat germ, oatmeal, spinach, chard, lettuce, chicory and dandelions.
  • They are highly recommended raw vegetable juices such as celery, lettuce, cabbage, carrot and red beet.
  • They are also very positive fresh fruit juices, especially apple, pear, grapefruit, lemon, strawberry, peach and orange.
  • You have to avoid snuff, alcohol and coffee, as these are products that affect the nervous and mental state of the person.
  • You should bathe twice daily living, one in the morning on an empty stomach upon rising and one hour before dinner. Each bathroom must have a duration of five minutes. To take your bath is necessary that the room is warm and you have warm feet.
  • It is efficient to make a cure of sun every day gradually. You have to start by sun for 10 minutes and gradually increase the time of exposure to the sun to get a maximum of one hour. Throughout sun cures try to keep your head in the shade.
  • You have to have sex with your partner at the time of ovulation for several days, and take the rest of the month.
  • Avoid the concerns, fears, discussions, and the spirit of accusation.
  • Try to lighten the workload and make bed rest for the days of ovulation.
  • We recommend you give long walks and do exercises, gymnastics both soft and breathing exercises.
  • If swelling of the matrix show you Apply a compress of cold water on the belly, reduce inflammation and get the womb, ovaries and / or tubes.
  • But if you have to show sharp pains Apply warm compresses of chamomile water to act as painkillers.
Necessary things:
Fresh fruits time.
Whole wheat.
Wheat germ.
Rolled oats.
Bath or shower.

Tips to get free from Infertility
  1. Different vitamins: A, B and E, have a preventive and curative value of sterility, improving the fertility rate.
  2. If you suffer from obesity, you have to give a steam bath for 20 minutes twice a week.
  3. If you have to treat constipation show as quickly as possible because the resulting constipation acidity in the blood and in the vagina, thereby preventing fertilization. 
  4. It is necessary to improve the state of the glands of internal secretion disorder although there is no visible in them.Because they also are beneficial to fertility.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy Symptoms that needed to Counsel your Physician

When you're pregnant, you often have symptoms that are new to you or that you are uncomfortable, such as nausea or heartburn (heartburn). They are usually temporary discomfort, and are not cause for alarm. However, some symptoms may indicate a more serious problem and, if so, it is best to call your doctor or midwife immediately.

Here is a list of symptoms that justify the emergency call. If you are worried about any symptoms, but can not find on this list, call anyway because, as the saying goes, "Be prepared! Woman." 
pregnancy symptoms

Note that some of these symptoms may be more or less urgent, depending on what stage of pregnancy you are and your medical history. Ask your doctor to check you symptoms that require urgent call him or that you go directly to the emergency room. 

  • Your baby is moving or kicking less than usual (once it starts moving frequently). Ask your doctor if you monitor the activity of your baby doing a daily "count kicks" . Your doctor can give you specific instructions on how and when to call count.  
  • Have pain or abdominal discomfort severe or persistent.  
  • You have vaginal bleeding or spotting .  
  • Notes increased vaginal discharge or change in appearance of the flow, for example, becomes watery, mucoid or bloody (even if only a slight pink or has blood trail). Note: After 37 weeks of pregnancy , increased mucous discharge is normal and may indicate that you'll get delivery soon .  
  • You feel pelvic pressure (a feeling that the baby is pushing down), pain in the lower back (especially if this problem is new to you), similar to menstrual pain or abdominal pain , or more accounts four contractions per hour (even if they do not hurt) before 37 weeks.  
  • Note that you burning with urination , or little or no urine.  
  • Have severe or persistent vomiting , or vomiting accompanied by pain or fever.  
  • You have chills or a fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) or higher.  
  • Notes visual disturbances such as double vision, blurred vision, cloudy, with flashes of light or "floaters" (spots or specks on your view).  
  • Have a headache continuous or intense, or headache accompanied by blurred vision, slurred speech or loss of sensation.  
  • You notice swelling in your face or around your eyes, pronounced swelling in the hands, strong, sudden swelling of the feet or ankles , or rapid weight gain (more than 4 pounds [2 kilos] in a week).  
  • Gives you a leg cramp or severe persistent or calf pain that does not improve when you flex the ankle and lift toes or walk a bit, or notes one leg significantly more swollen than the other.  
  • You have suffered a blow to the abdomen.  
  • Have fainting, dizziness frequent, rapid heartbeat or palpitations. 
  • You suffer constipation accompanied by severe abdominal pain, or have severe diarrhea that lasts more than 24 hours. 
  • You feel itchy continuous and intense in the torso, arms, legs, palms or soles of the feet, or feel you whole body itches. 
  • You have trouble breathing, coughing up blood eject, or feel chest pain. 
  • You are exposed to the flu or have symptoms. Both flu and H1N1 influenza are very dangerous for pregnant women. If you're in contact with someone who has the flu or yourself samples flu symptoms, call your doctor. Symptoms of flu include fever, sore throat, cough, runny or stuffy nose, fatigue, chills and muscle aches. Sometimes symptoms may also include vomiting or diarrhea.

Go to an emergency unit if you have shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, if you have chest pain or abdominal pain, abrupt blackout or confusion, astringent or assiduous airsickness , decreased fetal movement, or you accept aerial agitation admitting demography acetaminophen.

  • Exposure to an infectious disease such as chickenpox or rubella if you are immune or have symptoms of infection. Counsel your doctor, do not go to the appointment without calling first.  
  • Depression or severe anxiety. If you feel a deep sadness or despair, have panic attacks, you can not fulfill your daily responsibilities, or think about harming yourself, call your doctor immediately for help.  
  • Have any health problems that usually call it by your doctor, even if not related to pregnancy (eg: your asthma or your cold worse, instead of better, it gets worse).

Your body is changing so fast that it is sometimes difficult to decide if what you get is "normal" or not. If you are unsure of the severity of a symptom, if you do not feel as usual, or if you're worried about something, trust your instincts and call your doctor. If there is a problem, get help immediately. If all is well, you'll be more relaxed. 

Finally, if it is near the time of delivery , check out the signs that will start labor . That way you will know and recognize when you call your doctor or midwife to time.