When your baby is six weeks old, you'll be invited to take them to your medical centre for a health assessment. This assessment can help your doctor detect a number of potential problems early and enables your child to benefit from prompt intervention and treatment, if necessary. Here's an overview of the three main parts of this important assessment: Physical Exam Your doctor will weigh your baby and measure their head circumference and length.
TENS refers to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. The TENS machine passes an electrical current through different sets of pads placed on different parts of your body. That current helps to relieve pain by disrupting the transmission of pain signals by your nervous system. This article discusses some precautions that you should keep in mind if you would like to use this machine as a pain relief mechanism. Be Careful If Pregnant
If you're facing any type of surgery and your doctor has recommended robotic surgery for the procedure, you may have some questions about what this includes and what the term "robotic" actually means. You might also wonder why your doctor would recommend this over other standard surgical procedures. Note a few commonly asked questions about robotic surgery and then be sure to discuss these with your doctor if you still have concerns about his or her recommendation for you.
When you are pregnant it's important not just to eat more than you have been eating previously but also that you are eating the right types of food to make sure that you and the baby stay healthy. Having a healthy diet and not eating the wrong foods can help to keep you feeling comfortable and happy throughout your pregnancy and ensure the best outcomes for you and the baby. This blog has some nutrition advice from parents and health professionals so that you can have a healthy diet throughout you pregnancy journey and includes details on where to get specific advice if you need more help.