5 Important Facts Fertility

Posted by pak yons on Sunday, January 6, 2013

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TIPS fertility is usually passed down from one generation to the next in the family. Each family has a special ritual of fertility. But actually there are some important facts to know about fertility generally as follows:

What is the right position to get pregnant?
There is no position to get pregnant. Every woman's body has different organs conception and has nothing to do with posture. However a study proved that the angles and positions to make love work on a particular partner for conception. Besides it takes to get pregnant quickly penetrate the cervical contacts plus the maximum

Do men have a biological clock?

Men also have biological clocks. If the health of poor sperm reduce chances of getting pregnant to her partner.

Is the best phase of ovulation to get pregnant?
Women's important to know the fertile time of the month. There are six days fertile time of the month, which is five days before ovulation and the day of ovulation. According to research, two days before ovulation is the best phase of pregnancy.

How tight are your pants?
Pants that are too tight because the testicles reduce sperm count is too attached to the body thereby increasing the temperature of the scrotum.

Is there any food triggers sexual desire?
The answer is no. But it is advisable to reduce the consumption of processed foods and increasing fiber consumption. And exercising regularly.
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Facts about pregnancy

Posted by pak yons on Friday, January 4, 2013

Myths and Facts About Efforts to Pregnancy
Facts on pregnancy..MANY myths circulating about the attempt to get pregnant. So that you get certainty, the following descriptions of the myths that accompanied the facts about pregnancy attempts by specialists and obstetrician Dr Firuza Parekh.

1. Myth: Eating spicy food causes ovulation, low sperm count, miscarriage, and premature birth.
Fact: Eating spicy foods only sometimes interfere with the digestive system and sometimes causes heartburn.

2. Myth: Masturbation causes impotence and low sperm count.
Fact: Masturbation can be associated with guilt and has no impact on fertility.

3. Myth: Chances of getting pregnant are reduced when the ejaculate, semen out of the vagina after intercourse.
Fact: After ejaculation, semen will be looking for a few minutes in the vagina. Some seminal fluid will not come out and it does not reduce the chances of getting pregnant.
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4. Myth: The position during sex can determine the sex of the baby.
Fact: The position during lovemaking does not have any influence on the sex of the baby.

5. Myth: Sex every day increases the chances of getting pregnant.
Fact: Sex every day does not increase the chances of getting pregnant. In fact, it could reduce the number of sperm on the day of ovulation. In men with low sperm counts, this may be detrimental.

6. Myth: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common hormonal disorder in women of reproductive age will disappear after delivery.
Fact: PCOS is a condition that is caused by genetics. This condition does not go away by itself, it needs further treatment.
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7. Myth: Womb with inverted condition (retroverted) causes infertility.
Fact: inverted uterus condition affects about 30 percent of women. During his position has not changed, it will not affect fertility.
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Time to Limit the Use of Electronic Pregnant

Posted by pak yons on Wednesday, January 2, 2013

MOM pregnant often use a hair dryer (hairdryer), microwaves, vacuum cleaners, especially living near high-voltage power lines can make the fetus at risk of asthma.

The researchers cautioned that exposure to magnetic energy in children unborn could pose a potential danger generated by household appliances and electrical wiring.

They also believe this explains why the rate of asthma in children has increased dramatically in recent decades. Scientists in California, whose findings were published in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, showed that children whose mothers had been exposed to high levels of magnetic energy in pregnancy may risk three times higher asthma.

Through an experiment of 800 pregnant women in the UK, they found that the use of a hair dryer, microwave, or live near high-voltage power lines during pregnancy can pose a risk of asthma in children. Not only that, researchers also mentioned some kind of magnetic energy can increase the risk of miscarriage and some types of cancer.

On the other hand, some experts reject new findings and stated there are many other causes of asthma.

However, the researchers confirmed that the risk can not be ignored. Thus, they urged pregnant women to reduce the use of hair dryers, microwaves and vacuum cleaners.

As quoted by the Daily Mail, Tuesday (2/8), Dr. De-Kun Li of Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, California, said, "The emphasis of the study is that exposure to electromagnetic fields could pose a potential danger to the baby so we also should pay attention to the bad effects on health. "
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35, maximum age for Pregnant Women Healthy

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pregnant over 35...For those of you who just got married, it's good not to be too long to delay pregnancy. Because, doctors have warned that delaying pregnancy can affect the fertility of women especially at the age of 35 years.

Especially now that it seems more and more women who prefers career to have a baby so put off at least until the age of 30 years. However, beware, women older than 35 years of six-fold higher risk of having problems during pregnancy when compared to those younger than 10 years, according to results of a study held by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

pregnant over 35..The study's results also suggest that the partner who was too old to have a baby will be more difficult and more risky cause medical complications for both mother and baby. Meanwhile, at age 40, a woman more likely to have a miscarriage.

On the other hand, the level of male fertility will decline rapidly since the age of 25 years. Then it. The doctor estimates that the average 40-year-old man took two years to be able to impregnate his partner, even if the partner is still in their 20s.

30 percent of women aged 35 years old took over a year to get pregnant, while those aged 25 years only has a percentage of 5 percent.

Women who become pregnant in the late 30s and 40s are also more likely to suffer complications such as preeclampsia, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and they are also more likely to require a cesarean section.

The baby was more likely to be born prematurely, is small, and be at risk having down syndrome and other genetic disorders.

"Hard facts about women's fertility should be recognized and known to women of all ages to remind them that the most secure age for childbearing ie 20-35 years," said David Utting, an obstetrics and gynecology at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, was quoted as saying Daily Mail, Friday (28/1).

pregnant over 35.
.This study has also been published in the medical journal obstetrician and Gynaecologist January 2011 issue.
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5 Bacteria Harmful to Pregnancy Women

Posted by pak yons on Monday, December 31, 2012

bacteria pregnancy...MOTHER pregnant are more susceptible to disease and infection by bacteria or viruses. That's because a woman's immune system is unchanged when pregnant. Exposure to bacteria and viruses can come from anywhere, bacteria during pregnancy, one of which is food.

1. Salmonella enteritidis
These bacteria are found in meat and eggs several types of birds. If not cooked in cooking can cause disease.

Symptoms: People who are stricken with this bacterium usually has fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea. Symptoms often begin 12-72 hours after eating contaminated food or water and lasts four to seven days.

2. Listeria monocytogenes
These bacteria are usually found in soil and water and can occur in raw meat, vegetables, and unpasteurized milk.

Symptoms: The body will experience a high fever, muscle aches, and sometimes nausea or diarrhea. This bacterial infection can take up to three weeks.

3. Escherichia coli
These bacteria are mostly found in meat (especially beef) or the contaminated dirt. Also, the milk is not pasteurized (raw) milk and lack of clean water.
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Symptoms: People exposed to bleeding usually experience diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and vomiting. Also, a low fever or pneumonia.

4. Clostridium botulinum
These bacteria are commonly found in canned foods with low acid content, such as asparagus, green beans, beets, and corn.

Symptoms: Initially similar to the flu, such as lethargy and weakness then double or blurred vision, drooping eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, and dry mouth. Symptoms usually appear 12 to 36 hours after eating contaminated food.

5. Campylobacter
Mostly found in raw or undercooked poultry. This is because the bacteria are able to grow well at body temperature of birds. Sometimes it is also found in unpasteurized milk.
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Symptoms: Initially in the form of diarrhea and vomiting lasting up to 10 days. In people with low immune systems, the bacteria can spread to the blood. Other complications may include inflammation of the joints.
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flying / air travel and pregnancy

Posted by pak yons on Saturday, December 29, 2012

Air Travel Tips for Pregnant Women
air travel pregnancy...CONDITION pregnant is not an obstacle for air travel. However, in order to remain comfortable during the trip, there are a few things you need to prepare.

travelling in pregnancy..Here are some things you need to prepare before making air travel as we have quoted from page deliciousbaby.com:

Before you go
- Consult with your doctor to get the best advice on how to conduct safe flight while pregnant. For example, like what to bring and what to do in case if something happens.

- Check the policies of the relevant aircraft rules for passengers who are pregnant. Some aircraft memperbolekkan you travel if you have a doctor's certificate. But there are also women who do not allow passengers on board (especially if the birth was imminent calendar)

- Message of the most comfortable airline seat when trying to book tickets, for your convenience while on the move.

That should be taken

- Provide finger foods. In fact, sometimes a short flight delays. In addition, to avoid serving snacks from the aircraft which may not suit your taste

- Do not forget to bring a mini pillow to put your back. Bring a small blanket or shawl as well just in case if the air conditioning is too cold on the plane.

- Buy extra mineral water while in the airport because several airlines only provide mineral water view of small amounts.

D-Day Flights
- Try to arrive at the airport earlier than an hour flight so that you are not in a hurry to reach the crash site

- Should be stretching the body before boarding a plane

- If possible, when it is in motion planes do occasionally get up from a chair and then sit back, every half hour.

- If you have to stay in a chair, just drive around your ankles to prevent leg cramps.

- Drink plenty of water because the plane will be faster dehydration, especially in long journey

travelling in pregnancy, Hopefully the above tips useful for those who intend to travel with family vacations. Happy holidays
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Avoid Harmful Cosmetic while Pregnant

Posted by pak yons on Thursday, December 27, 2012

WHEN is pregnant, cosmetics in pregnancy, women are often bombarded with a variety of things that can and can not do. In the selection of cosmetics too, you must be careful not to lose.

cosmetics in pregnancy..A number of specific content in the beauty products are not safe for pregnant women. So, immediately check the contents of your cosmetic bag and avoid products that contain these ingredients during pregnancy:

Retinoids: Usually found in the prescription treatment of acne and wrinkles.

Phthalate: There is in the nail care products / cuticles, lipstick, antiaging products, and fragrances.

Parabens: Found in moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, anti-aging products, sunscreens, astringent / toner, and cosmetics.

Perfume: Found in a variety of products ranging from moisturizers, perfumes, lipsticks, self-tanner products, and deodorants.

Toluene: There is in the nail products.

Formaldehyde: Found in nail strengthening products and cuticle care, hair dye or bleach, as well as hair styling lotion or gel.

P-phenylenediamine: Found in the dye and bleach hair products, hairspray, shampoo, and conditioner.

Oxybenzone: Found in the sunscreen.
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