Morning Sickness (By Dr. Houliet Ephraim Tufort)
For now I wrote to you about Morning Disease which I found to be the most difficult and difficult of my pregnancy experiences Nausea and miscarriage are considered early signs of pregnancy It occurs in over 50% of pregnant women and is due to an increase in the hormones in the body The same feeling that usually begins in the 6th week can happen at any time but after 12 weeks it is more likely to stop This is a stressful time because our food is unstable and it can happen suddenly and quickly and safely back to the toilet without choosing a place Although this condition does not have any adverse effects on the fetus if a high recurrence persists in any diet Hyper emesis Gravid arum is a form of illness and is not required for proper treatment of both the fetus and the mother Things can go down and cause accidents
What are the factors that increase the risk of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy?
If it is your first pregnancy
Twin Pregnant Woman
Pregnant woman with high body weight
Women with anxiety
The woman who had nausea and vomiting in her previous pregnancy
If you have problems with uterine contractions when using contraceptives containing estrogen
How to cope with morning sickness?
Eating small but eating fast
Take fluids half an hour before eating
Eating at mealtime
Avoid cooking if possible
Take Nap for a small nap during the day if you can get enough rest
Avoid hot spot
Smelling lemon or ginger.
What factors can aggravate the situation?
After the meal, you will face the challenge
Spending time without eating
Not eating spicy foods and not eating
When should you consult a doctor? If severe nausea and vomiting cause any discomfort If the return is accompanied by feelings of abdominal pain fever fatigue headache bloody urine and heavy weight loss So I think you will find this article helpful for new moms and for my sisters who are not 12 weeks old. Good luck. Hello to me 16 days; 16 stories to health agencies free of sexual harassment For all female medical professionals Are you worried about being sexually assaulted at work? Is your workplace convenient? Do you intend to help yourself and your co-workers create a safe workplace? The MED is with you. Mandela Ethiopian Physicians (MED) was established in 2018 by physicians participating in the Mandela Washington Fellowship, which aims to provide social services Let's look at the biggest problem: According to a recent study by Medscape, 37 out of the 3700 physicians surveyed in the country have experienced sexual harassment at least one in her work in the past 3 years When dealing with sexual harassment at work, talking about the problem makes me more problematic: stories about who to believe, who to tell, and fear of getting justice. # Listen to me is the talk of this year's 16-day Human Rights Campaign Leader. This will run from November 16 to December 1, and we will discuss the issue by sharing your story on various social media. We invite all of you to share your story Your story contributes greatly to creating a workplace free of sexual harassment for you and other colleagues
Send your story to our email address email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or send us directly to our Facebook page We share your story on our social media pages. You can include a name, photo, workplace / school with your history. But if you want to remain anonymous, we will respect your decision and keep your privacy
At the start of the campaign, we will have a panel discussion on December 1 (International Human Rights Day) with a panel of lawyers, human rights advocates and medical professionals.
The purpose of this campaign is to raise community awareness on sexual harassment and to highlight the impact of treatment in medical settings. Thus, against female medical professionals
Organize counseling sessions to end sexual harassment. “Wait for anyone to talk to you, you are the one who is changing the world,” Malala said.