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Pool Safety | Drowning is Silent and Happens in Minutes The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers steps to protect children from drowning around pools.
Coping With Postpartum Hair Loss Here’s what you should know about hair loss after giving birth.
Tell me!! Did you know this car seat hack!? I had ZERO IDEA!! 😱 I’m almost done with this car seat & im just now learning this! 🤦🏼♀️ Please tell me I’m not alone! Edit: I’m getting real sick of the troll comments. I was just sharing something that was helpful for me. I’m aware on the first car seat that’s what you can use to put a seatbelt through when in a bind. But on my car seat it’s to keep the metal out of the sun & also for easy loading up of my kiddo. ❤️ #carseat #hack #parentinghack #parentingtip #didyouknow #iwastodayyearsold #wow #shook #crazy #parentingtips #sahm #wfhm #momlife #areyouserious
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The case for revolutionizing child care in America A new book argues that greater public support for parents is critical for the brain development of America's kids.
"Durante la gravidanza, alcune cellule del bambino migrano nel flusso sanguigno della madre e poi ritornano al bambino. Si chiama "microchimerismo materno-fetale".
Per 41 settimane, le cellule si mescolano e circolano avanti e indietro e, dopo la nascita del bambino, molte di queste cellule rimangono nel corpo della mamma, lasciando un'impronta permanente nei tessuti, nelle ossa, nel cervello e nella pelle della madre, e spesso rimangono lì per decenni.
Ogni altro figlio che una madre avrà in seguito lascerà un'impronta simile sul suo corpo.
Anche se una gravidanza non va a termine, o se si ha un ab**to, queste cellule migrano comunque nel flusso sanguigno.
Le ricerche hanno dimostrato che se il cuore di una madre è ferito, le cellule fetali si precipiteranno sul sito della lesione, e si trasformeranno in diversi tipi di cellule specializzate nella riparazione del cuore.
Il bambino aiuta a riparare la madre, mentre la madre costruisce il bambino.
Questo è spesso il motivo per cui alcune malattie svaniscono durante la gravidanza.
È incredibile come il corpo della madre protegga il bambino a tutti i costi, e il bambino protegga e ricostruisca la madre in cambio, in modo da potersi sviluppare in sicurezza e sopravvivere.
Pensiamo per un momento alle voglie della gravidanza. Di cosa aveva bisogno la mamma, che il bambino le facesse desiderare?
Gli studi hanno anche dimostrato la presenza di cellule del feto nel cervello di sua madre 18 anni dopo il parto.
Che meraviglia è?"
Se sei una mamma sai come puoi sentire istintivamente tuo figlio, anche quando non c'è.
Bene, ora c'è la prova scientifica che le mamme portano il loro bimbo per anni e anni dopo averlo partorito.
Trovo tutto questo meraviglioso.
Da un articolo di Nargis Kizalbash
Great information about being pregnant and giving birth in the age of Covid-19:
Coronavirus (COVID-19), Pregnancy, and Breastfeeding: A Message for Patients How does COVID-19 affect pregnant women? Should you get a COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant or breastfeeding? Get answers to these questions and more.
3 Conditions to Watch for After Childbirth An ob-gyn talks postpartum preeclampsia, hemorrhage, and endometritis.
Breastfeeding and Caring for Newborns if You Have COVID-19 Breastfeeding and Caring for Newborns if You Have COVID-19
Due to hazardous road conditions, we’re closed until 1pm today. You will be getting a call to reschedule if you have an appointment this am!
Omicron is spreading at lightning speed. Scientists are trying to figure out why The burning questions: What makes this newly identified variant so transmissible?. And what does it mean for preventing spread?
Pregnant women are more likely to acquire and become seriously ill from Covid-19 infection and all relevant professional bodies agree that the vaccination is safe for all stages of pregnancy and breastfeeding. Ideally all moms should also be boostered according to CDC/FDA guidelines when indicated in order to insure their babies are protected by maternal antibodies after birth until the vaccine is able to be given to newborns in the future.
Due to the high infectivity rate of the Omicron variant, we've been getting a lot of calls from worried patients who have tested positive. While pregnancy is a risk factor for severe disease, those patients who have been fully vaccinated are unlikely to become ill enough to require hospitalization. Unless you have a very high fever (>101) or feel very short of breath/have chest pain, most symptomatic infections can be managed at home with the usual cold remedies: Tylenol/acetaminophen, cough syrup/drops, antihistamines like Benedryl/diphenhydramine. Limit decongestant sprays or tablets to 3 days maximum, and stay well hydrated and rested. A vaporizer or humidifier can be helpful, as can saltwater gargles. Isolate in your "bubble" at home until you are asymptomatic for at least 5 days. Use a mask in public settings for at least a week after that as well.
While vaccines/boosters are highly recommended, if you have not chosen to be vaccinated, you may want to have a lower threshold for seeking medical attention with symptomatic infection, particularly if you are older or have asthma, diabetes, hypertension or obesity. When supplies of monoclonal antibodies become more plentiful, we expect pregnancy to once again become an indication for treatment. Currently the oral treatments are not yet approved for general usage or for pregnancy but we will continue to watch for more updated information.
This can be a tough time of year for a lot of folks…
The letters received by some of you about Dr Brown no longer accepting Cigna insurance are FALSE. We are working with them to get the problem corrected. This error does not apply to Th he other providers in the practice.
Halloween twins from September! Mom says they already have unique personalities.
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COVID-19 Vaccination Considerations for Obstetric–Gynecologic Care This Practice Advisory is intended to be an overview of currently available COVID-19 vaccines and guidance for their use in pregnant, recently pregnant, and nonpregnant individuals.
Today, CDC issued an urgent health advisory to increase COVID-19 vaccination among people who are pregnant, recently pregnant, who are trying to become pregnant now, or who might become pregnant in the future to prevent serious illness, deaths, and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Today's health advisory strongly recommends COVID-19 vaccination either before or during pregnancy because the benefits of vaccination for both pregnant persons and their fetus or infant outweigh known or potential risks.
Additionally, the advisory calls on health departments and clinicians to educate pregnant people on the benefits of vaccination and the safety of recommended vaccines.
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This is my favorite living will document (aka advance directive) that's easy to understand and use for people of all ages. Download, fill it out with your family and share with them and your medical providers. Covid has taught us that we can never predict what the future holds:
Are Risks Still Increased for Pregnant Women With COVID-19? COVID-19 in pregnancy was linked to greater maternal morbidity and death and neonatal complications, mandating COVID-19 preventive measures.
Addressing an uncharted front in the war on COVID-19: Vaccination during pregnancy doi: 10.12788/obgm.0100Dr. Roman is Silverman Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Director, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine; Program Director, Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, NYU Grossman Scho...
COVID-19 vaccines safe and effective for pregnant people, NIH director says NIH Director Frances Collins says two new studies show the mRNA vaccines to be "completely safe."
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