Children developmental delay

Children developmental delay

Child growth is indeed interesting to observe. Sometimes the child can outperform the growth of his age, but there is a delay on the other side. The physical development of each baby is different. There are children with fast-growing (normally), but on the other hand, there are those who experience a slight delay. Mothers still need to be aware of the signs of the baby’ s development. Mothers also need to trust their instincts to see something strange or not with their growth and development. Continue reading “Children developmental delay”

The cause of sweating during pregnancy

The cause of sweating during pregnancy

Sweat is the body’s attempt to cool the body temperature when it feels hot inside. Sweat is produced by sweat glands and then it releases out through the skin pores. For a pregnant woman, it will cause many hormonal changes. For example, pregnancy can make pregnant women exposed to hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids, the gums become sensitive, and even the face to breakouts. Continue reading “The cause of sweating during pregnancy”

Leucorrhoea during pregnancy

Leucorrhoea during pregnancy

Leucorrhoea (fluor albus) is a vaginal secretion in women. Leucorrhoea can be considered as a normal case when it appears at a certain time (physiological) but it is also considered as an abnormal (pathological) vaginal discharge. Physiological leucorrhoea usually occurs every month before the menstrual period and after menstruation (during the fertile period), while pathological vaginal discharge occurs outside the menstrual period and it is caused by fungal infections, viruses, bacteria or parasites. This case is usually accompanied by itching in the vaginal area. Continue reading “Leucorrhoea during pregnancy”

The effects of  fatigue during pregnancy

The effects of  fatigue during pregnancy

Fatigue is excessively exhausted, sometimes accompanied by dizziness and weakness. Fatigue is one of the early pregnancy symptoms that is felt almost all women in the first few weeks after conception and implantation. Usually, this symptom of fatigue will get its improvement when entering the second trimester, then return to attack when entering the third trimester. However, it can be different for each pregnant woman. Pregnancy can cause fatigue due to increased production of the hormone progesterone in pregnant women, excessive anxiety and worry until morning sickness with nausea and vomiting which causes a loss a lot of energy. Continue reading “The effects of  fatigue during pregnancy”

Twin pregnancy

Twin pregnancy

Gemelli is a medical term which means multiple pregnancies. In Gemelli pregnancy, a mother has more than one fetus in her womb. Not only two but can also be three, even four fetuses or more during a period of pregnancy. Twins are two or more individuals who share the same uterus but are not always born on the same day. Twins are two or more children born from the same pregnancy period. Continue reading “Twin pregnancy”

The differences between true labor and false labor

The differences between true labor and false labor

The real labor is the process of labor followed by regular and adequate contractions as well as the opening of the cervix. These contractions usually occur 4 to 5 times in 10 minutes with a duration of more than 45 seconds. While pseudo labor often occurs before labor. Continue reading “The differences between true labor and false labor”

Uterine Involution

Uterine Involution

Uterine revolution is a process where the uterus returns to its pre-pregnancy condition and weighs (about 60 grams). This process begins immediately after the placenta is born due to contraction of the smooth muscles of the uterus. The intensity of uterine contractions increases in response to a very large decrease in intrauterine volume. Continue reading “Uterine Involution”

Neonatal jaundice

Jaundice or yellow characteristic is often found in newborns within normal limits on the second day to the third day. Normally, it will disappear on the tenth day. Therefore, towards the returning home of the baby, jaundice must get attention.  Regarding, it may be pathological. Physiological jaundice is a kind of Jaundice experienced by most of these newborns. Bilirubin is the result of hemoglobin metabolism contained in red blood cells. Continue reading “Neonatal jaundice”

The cause and effect of hemorrhoids

The cause and effect of hemorrhoids

Piles or hemorrhoids are swelling or enlargement of the blood vessels in the latter part of the large intestine (rectum), as well as the rectum or anus. Hemorrhoid is a disease that can affect all ages. Sometimes people feel uncomfortable and itchy even bleeding of the rectum. Continue reading “The cause and effect of hemorrhoids”