Any mother understands that after the baby is born, an endless series of tests and examinations does not end. Only now observations are made not of the pregnant woman, but of the baby itself. Audiological screening is one such examination. This type of diagnosis is possible only after obtaining parental consent. No one will forcefully diagnose the baby. Therefore, the responsibility to diagnose or not is entirely the responsibility of the parents. Perhaps this article will help you in making a decision.
Audioscreening for newborns
Audio screening of newborns consists of two stages.
The first is screening.
A newborn who is 3-4 days of age is examined by hearing with a special device. This is done in a maternity hospital. If you were discharged earlier than this time, then the doctor should set a date when you need to be diagnosed. Continue reading
Myoma is a benign tumor in the muscle or connective tissue of the uterus that occurs in every fifth woman after 30 years. What triggers the development of fibroids, what happens to the tumor during pregnancy, what symptoms can occur and how to treat?
Causes of uterine fibroids
Gynecologists consider the main reason for the development of uterine fibroids – changes in the hormonal background, disruptions due to the growth of estrogen. In some cases, fibroids can disappear on their own, with the onset of menopause. Then the amount of estrogen falls for natural reasons. Nevertheless, counting on such an outcome is not recommended. If there is a suspicion of fibroids, consult a doctor.
Damage to the uterus can also be factors in the development of the disease, which include: Continue reading
Symptoms of scarlet fever in a child should be known to every parent. This is an infectious disease that causes group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus (GABA). I advise you to take this diagnosis seriously. This disease is insidious, do not take it lightly! Scarlet fever in a child can occur in a mild form, and bring the patient minor inconvenience. But it can manifest in severe form, which threatens with complications.
Even in the XVII century there were terrible epidemics of scarlet fever, they compared it no less – with the plague. Today, thanks to antibiotics from scarlet fever, no one dies, but being alert is still not out of place. Until the mid-20th century, the exact causative agent of scarlet fever was not known. Only thanks to numerous immunological and microbiological studies carried out with scarlet fever, it was possible to prove the bacterial nature of the disease. Therefore, now we have effective treatment regimens for this disease. Continue reading