Thrush (candidiasis)
Thrush (vaginal candidiasis) at least once encountered most women. This fungal disease can cause genital discomfort. However, this infection does not always require treatment. What is “thrush”, how to determine…

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"It won't hurt." How to help your child stop being afraid of dentists?
Fear of a dentist in an adult comes from childhood. I myself became a dentist because in my childhood I was very scared. I still remember what dress I was…

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How to rinse your baby’s nose with saline
The question "How to rinse a child’s nose with saline?" relevant at any time of the year. When a baby appears in your house, then parents face various difficulties that…

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Molluscum contagiosum. What does it look like and how to treat it

Molluscum contagiosum – a bundle of light pink color with a depression in the center, similar to a human navel. It is localized on the skin, rarely affects the mucous parts of the body, but never affects the internal organs. Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection caused by one of the smallpox viruses. Most often observed in children from 1 to 10 years. This is a hot topic for many parents, as the virus is transmitted through bodily contact. Accordingly, the child can get the virus on the street, in kindergarten, school. Let’s see how the disease can be treated, and how it is not worth it, and whether treatment is necessary at all.

Signs of molluscum contagiosum
First, make sure that it is definitely a molluscum contagiosum. Its sizes are from 1 to 5 mm, sometimes it can reach 15 mm. Sometimes the diameter can be within 1 centimeter. They have a semicircular shape, and the color can be pale pink or flesh. Nodules protrude slightly above the surface of the skin. At first they are dense and flat, but eventually become softer and become spherical. In the center, you can notice not only a characteristic dimple, but also an accumulation of white fluid that comes out if pressed. The incubation period lasts from 2 weeks to several months. On the body, you can find one formation, and maybe 2, up to 10 pieces. Continue reading

Why a woman’s chest hurts – 6 possible reasons

When a chest hurts for no apparent reason, a lot of assumptions may arise in a woman’s head, what causes it. If the discussion involves the help of forums and unauthorized medical portals, this can cause panic and fear. But chest pain is not always dangerous and pathological. Today we look at the main causes of chest pain.

Why breast hurts: 5 reasons

Any chest pain that lasts more than 14 days is an occasion to visit a doctor.

Hormone change
A very common cause of chest pain in women is a change in the levels of two hormones – estrogen and progesterone. This occurs not only during pregnancy, but also with PMS, lactation, menopause, and also during puberty. Such pain goes away by itself when the hormonal level returns to normal. However, in some cases, such as breastfeeding, it is important to rule out other problems that can also cause chest pain. With a blocked duct, an infection can occur that leads to mastitis. Therefore, you should consult a doctor to exclude a possible pathology. Continue reading

The child’s ear hurts: what to do about it?
When a child’s ear hurts, not all mothers know what to do with this and how to calm the baby. Mom is much easier to understand what worries her child,…

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How not to bring down a high temperature in a child? Pediatrician Tips
High temperature and fever in a child are a protective reaction of the body and the fear of any mother. The main thing in this situation is to keep calm,…

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Unexplained fever or high fever in a child without symptoms
Today I want to talk with you on the topic "fever of unknown origin." This implies a high temperature, more than 38.3 degrees, which lasts more than 3 weeks. However,…

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Molluscum contagiosum. What does it look like and how to treat it
Molluscum contagiosum - a bundle of light pink color with a depression in the center, similar to a human navel. It is localized on the skin, rarely affects the mucous…

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