Patient discussion about actualization

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Q. My friend told me that people who allergic to dust are actually allergic to small insect.

Is he fooling with me?
A1thanks :)
A2nope...he means dust mites-

those little buggers are eating organic detritus such as flakes of shed human skin and produce strong allergens.

Q. It’s actually a real source of irritation to me. I can't stand. Any such experiences….

The cesarean incision done on my body is really sensitive. I avoid touching it. I try to wear clothes that come up over my scar line, and I hate it when my son steps on the area when we're playing. It’s actually a real source of irritation to me. I can't stand. Any such experiences….
AI don't think I had sensitivity like you. As far as I can remember I was able to wear jeans once it healed. One thing that does set off the sensitivity for me is when my brother`s dog of the right height jumps on me and puts their claws over the area. I wish to know is that area sensitive or paining? Both make a lot of difference. Better consult with your physician.

Q. I wanted to know that do we have really very high pain and when does the pain actually starts?

I am a very happy lady and more joyous when I found a baby inside me and soon I guess in 2 month I will see my child…now I am preparing for the last round of my pregnancy and before labor I wanted to know that do we have really very high pain and when does the pain actually starts?
A1Agree with elsa. It varies in each woman. some studies has proven that pregnant moms who are keep on exercising before and during pregnancy will have a significant reduction in labor pain.

even if you're a lil bit scared about the labor pain, you can consult that with your ob-gyn doctor, to help you look through the delivery process options. you can have vaginal delivery, or caesarean section, or regional anesthesia, etc.

good luck, and stay healthy always..
A2i never been pregnant (and hopefully never will be :) ) but i can give you some advice from my experience of a husband- you have back pains, labor pains, leg pains, and such... and it gets worse as the pregnancy get's along. and combined with raging hormones, most of the pain is directed as anger to the husband :)
so, prepare your husband that he is going to get an uneasy period and that it's not your fault.
A3Hi my dear ….I am in my second trimester and this is my 3 rd child. I am also happy as this is going to be the happy end too and I know it will… the last was also without any problem. My last labor was not much painful but the first one was a little high and you know I started feeling the pain around 4 weeks before the date for second child and in first child it was nearby 2 month I guess. As ladies say it’s very painful , but I did not find it as theirs, maybe I am in good shape and fit and do keep well with food and exercise daily…..what I will say you too keep going with daily exercise.

Q. How many women actually give birth on their EDD (expected delivery date)?

I am pregnant and my EDD is January 22nd. I was wondering what are the chances I will give birth on that day exactly?
A1If it's your first pregnancy, you probably will give birth after your EDD, as first pregnancies tend to be longer. Your EDD is after a full 40 weeks of pregnancy. It is most common to give birth between 38- 42 weeks of pregnancy.
A2Most people are used to being assigned a EDD. Your expected delivery date (EDD) is 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP). If you birth on your EDD, your baby is actually only 38 weeks old - that's because your menstrual period and ovulation are counted as the first 2 weeks of pregnancy. It's important to remember that your due date is only an estimate - most babies are born between 38 and 42 weeks and only a small percentage of women actually birth on their due date. Hope this helps.

A3frum wut i know is that only about 10% of girls give berth on their actule edd normaly its one or two week earler that predicted but im a guy so you can just think and compare my anwser

Q. i don't like bugs! actually , i afraid of them . is it a phobia? do i need to see someone to discuss it?

APhobia or the excess fear of an ordinary object is indeed considered a disorder. However, as many other psychiatric disorders, as long as it doesn’t affect your life adversely and you are capable of functioning well in your daily life you don't HAVE to treat it (unless you want to).

Q. Have any forms of traditional Chinese medicine been scientifically proven to actually cure anything?

ATraditional Chinese medicine is more about maintaining health and preventing illnesses, not curing illnesses. But many thousands of symptoms can be relieved with proven effectiveness by using Chinese herbs and/or acupressure massage therapy and/or acupuncture.
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