Physiological birth

Childbirth (роды) is a normal physiological act of a woman’s life.

Physiological birthWhen the fruit is right, when the size of his head does not exceed the size of the maternal pelvis, when the first deliveries taking place in a woman is not old, but at a young age, they occur most part almost painless, or with a little soreness, which is easily a woman carries.

If a woman obsessed with the fear of pain, even slightly bout it takes for the beginning of pains and preparing for something terrible, starts screaming. The next day she was unable to transmit their feelings, since forgotten about them, and her cry was just waiting for something terrible. In most cases, pain during childbirth is developing a sense of fear of childbirth, which is the result of secular education on the idea that a woman “gives birth in pain.” This view is embedded in the consciousness of a woman with a child and waiting for the meal, she was experiencing them in advance.

To get rid of the fear of childbirth, a woman should from the beginning to the end of pregnancy attending antenatal clinics. There she will tell all about the pregnancy, the physiology of childbirth, to soothe her. A woman should go to the maternity hospital with full confidence in the doctors [ru] and support staff who at the time of delivery will be with her, surrounding her with attention.



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Eye – a description of the body

Eye (глаз) – an organ of perception of light stimulation in some invertebrates (in particular, cephalopods), all vertebrates and humans. Most invertebrates function of the eye are less complex organs of vision, such as compound eyes. In vertebrates, the eye pair, are located in their sockets of the skull – and orbits consist of your own … Continue reading


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Treatment of neonatal ophthalmia

Ophthalmia neonatorum – purulent inflammation of the eye. At birth, the child should immediately wipe his eyes with a sterile swab, and then, after bathing, rub his eyes again cloth soaked in warm water and put drops in each eye one drop of 1% solution of silver nitrate. This is in order to protect your … Continue reading

Ophthalmia – a description of the disease

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Anemia in children

Anemic infants most often develops on the basis of digestive disorders, overfeeding and too prolonged milk feeding. Cure this deficiency anemia can be achieved by limiting the dairy regime. Less milk, more grains and beans, more iron-rich than milk – these are the basic principles in the treatment of anemia in infants. If the child … Continue reading

Anemia – a description of the disease

Anemia (derived from the Greek an – negative particle and h?ima – blood, hereinafter – “A.”) – is anemia, a group of diseases characterized by reduced hemoglobin content in red blood cells (dye blood carries oxygen), the number of red blood cells per unit volume human blood given gender and age, and the total weight … Continue reading