Seek Medical Care For A Non Life-Threatening Injury

Posted on: 6 January 2019
If an injury is severe, but not detrimental to your life, it may be more beneficial for you to go to an urgent care clinic to receive treatment. An emergency room is always an option, but you need to determine if you are willing to sit in a waiting room for a long time or face costly bills, due to not having medical insurance. Assess You Injury And Act Accordingly
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Preparing For Your First Mammogram: Four Helpful Tips

Posted on: 10 November 2018
Regular mammograms can help spot breast cancer and other conditions early, making them an essential part of your women's health plan. If you've never had a mammogram before, here are some helpful tips you can use to prepare for this test and to make the experience as comfortable as possible. Ask About Results Depending on your doctor's approach, you may have different options available for receiving the results of your mammogram.
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These Symptoms May Indicate Your Severe Period Bleeding Is Life-Threatening

Posted on: 28 August 2018
Most women will go through their periods every month without any severe bleeding. In fact, normal bleeding for the average woman is anywhere between 5 ml and 80 ml—not very much at all. However, that's not true of all women. If you already know that you have severe periods, you should know that this kind of condition can be dangerous for you. In fact, severe period bleeding can even become life-threatening.
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Interested In A Water Birth? How To Have The Best Experience Possible

Posted on: 2 July 2018
After much thought, you may have made the decision to give birth in a pool of water instead of in a traditional bed at the hospital. Giving birth at home in a small pool creates a far more relaxed, comfortable, and personal moment for you and your partner as you bring your child into the world. A water birth will be like nothing you have ever experienced in your life, but there are certain things you need to know ahead of time so that you can plan accordingly to have the most enjoyable and successful water birth possible.
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