Archive for August, 2011
The transfer of embryos is to introduce into the uterine cavity through the cervix, a very fine plastic tube (catheter) containing the embryos. This method is painless in most cases. Takes place in the gynecological position and takes about 10 minutes.
Number of Embryos Transferred:
The choice of the number of embryo transfer is established between you and your doctor or the doctor who performs the transfer. We routinely transfer 3 embryos, which appears to be a good compromise between a good pregnancy rate and an acceptable rate of multiple pregnancies. In special cases, the number of embryos may be reduced or increased. Read the rest of this entry »
The cramps are other discomforts that occur during pregnancy and are very annoying, especially since you woke up in the middle of the night somewhere in the body stiff and sore.
They may be due to different causes, from the overload experienced by muscles during pregnancy, up to a deficit of minerals such as calcium, iron, and especially potassium, and even when there is an excess of phosphorus is that which is necessary to make periodic checks during the every month duration of the pregnancy.
To heal and cope is necessary to maintain adequate nutrition, healthy and balanced, which can resort to a nutritionist to give you a hand, you should also drink plenty of water in a day to stay hydrated and keep the body to functioning correctly. Read the rest of this entry »
Breathing at birth is a key to control pain and to get the oxygen needed for both you and your baby. That’s why it worked as the childbirth preparation classes, but if you come do not worry as the doctors will tell you in each moment how you breathe. Of course, it is always better having practiced.
Want to know what breathing techniques are helpful during labor?
During the first stage of labor the contractions will become increasingly frequent. To minimize the pain it is best to try to stay calm in moments without contractions, breathing deeply and using the diaphragm to fill her lungs.
When you feel a contraction begins, make a deep breath through your nose and out through your mouth slowly. Read the rest of this entry »
The anemia in the smaller is produced by various shortcomings and a marked deficit in the production of red blood cells by diverse reasons.
Among them, some are:
- ٭Fatigue, as having a low hemoglobin level is a poor transport of oxygen to the cells in the lungs and other tissues.
- ٭Pale, this is also due to a shortfall in low hemoglobin.
- ٭Headache, which is vary according to degree of anemia and the adaptability of the child.
Among his most notable cases can highlight the excessive bleeding anemia, which may be due to accidents, surgery or birth and those that occur chronically, either nose bleeds or ulcers. Read the rest of this entry »
As mothers they know that since they are pregnant, food is one of the pillars, as by entering the correct nutrients to their body, the little one develop and grow healthy.
It is very common today to find malnourished children and in many cases are overweight. There are studies showing that children from 3 to 4 years are a little above their weight from an early age, they begin to suffer from manifestations of heart problems, that which relates to higher overweight that are most at risk of small developing heart disease. Read the rest of this entry »
The connection between a mother and her children is a very essential loop, substantial and indestructible in life and this relationship is formidable starting from the first days of life of a human being, i.e., since a fetus is in the womb is already developing an affective and emotional attachment to their surroundings, especially his mother who is who in her womb for nine months and who receive all the stimulus for development in life.
It is shown that babies in the womb and are developing all the emotional factors that are crucial to their personality, stability and self esteem in life and even his character, and since only the second month of pregnancy the fetus has developed his eyes, ear, and nose and in the second trimester of pregnancy, i.e., the fifth month, his hearing is complete and every sense will be fully developed as the months go by, this means that the baby in the womb is a child fully functional recognize, hear and react in any way to any stimulus that may receive the things around him in familiar surroundings. Read the rest of this entry »
The constipation is a disease that involves the incomplete emptying of the bowel, reducing the volume and weight of the intestine. This complication in the digestive system usually brings many ailments especially in infants, whose body is in development and is constantly adapting to their diet, either by the incorporation of novel foods by increasing the amount.
The nutritional status of infants is critical for growth, and generally up to six months all their nutritional needs are met through breastfeeding.
After this period it is normal bowel movements of small to go through a process of adaptation as it is exposed to different foods, which are incorporated in a slow and progressive. Read the rest of this entry »
A child is not a small adult. After birth, he is completely helpless. But hardly in the world, begins a rapid development. Especially the first five years of life are crucial for the final physical and mental health of the child.
It is often assumed that children develop over time in defined stages, with the individual development steps to build each other strictly. That would mean that the Babies Development Stages are genetically determined to the extent that they would be exactly predictable. In practice, however, all too often, that individual child develops differently. Although most children develop according to a scheme build on each other, but there are also just as many variations. At this point, the influence of environmental factors is evident. Among the factors that influence the development include among others the kind of upbringing, cultural influences, social influences and environmental conditions. Read the rest of this entry »
When children get older, they should be learning to be more independent and do some activities for themselves. Once you have stopped using diapers and manage to eat by themselves should begin to dress and bathe with little help and eventually they must do it alone.
A child should start to swim alone, after three years and reach 6; you already know bathe himself but always supervised by mom or dad. In the beginning, soapy body parts that are available to them as his arms and legs.
It’s good to teach you, mentally create a picture of your body starting with the legs, arms, tummy and then finally the hair. You can even make a rhyme or song to help you remember where you bathe.
It is important that once you are inside the tub or shower will have everything you need nearby, shampoo, soap, sponge and towels. Bath time should be a routine and always at the same time, each body part should soap in the same order not to miss any. Read the rest of this entry »
From the age of four or four and a half years, the role playing experiences a transformation. As the child will overcome his egocentrism and adapting to the realities of social and physical world and grasping it, begin to disappear symbolic distortions and transpositions and, instead of assimilating the world to his ego, submit it to their reality. As the child will overcome egocentrism and historical realities of adapting to the social and physical world and grasping it, begin to disappear symbolic distortions and transpositions and, encourage of assimilating the world to his ego, submit it to their reality.
The child is growing interest in the real existence, and this gives you the means to meet the emotional and intellectual needs of his “I” to “offset”, “liquidate” and etc. unsatisfactory situations. Thus, the symbolic assimilation (fiction) is becoming less useful. The symbol is moving ever closer to the real, and loses its character of deformation, becoming a simply imitative of reality representation or “appropriate representation”. Read the rest of this entry »