Upon reaching approximately 11 years of age, women begin to experience physical and psychological changes that marks the end of childhood and early adolescence. The clearest evidence of this change is the beginning of menstruation, a process that can cause discomfort such as pain or cramps, before the arrival of each period.
Herbal tea: take a hot infusion of mint, thyme, sage, cinnamon, adding two branches to prepare two cups of water and bring to a boil. Remove from heat when a boil, and let stand 5 minutes. Sweeten to taste. They should drink hot.
Heat: Elecro put a blanket or a bag of hot water or hot towels on the abdomen, specifically in the area where the ovaries are located.
Massage: Dilute 15 to 20 drops of clary sage in 50 ml of olive oil and then, with this preparation, perform massage on the belly and back, in the lumbosacral area.
Posted by admin | Posted in Disease | Posted on 20-01-2011
Urinary tract infection causes painful urination. The infected children thinks twice before going to the bathroom and always have a sense of going to the bathroom. The urine also smells bad because of the infection. Bacteria are responsible for infecting the urinary tract.
The urinary tract consists of several parts, as kidneys, bladder, ureters, two one urethra. The kidney has the important task of cleaning wastes from the blood. The waste material is urine that passed to the bladder through the ureters. The bladder shaped much like a deflated balloon. When the bladder filled with two hundred thirty-seven milliliter of urine, the brain signals toilet. When the person is preparing to move, the muscles at the end of the bladder that allows urine relax hurry through your urethra, bladder, and out of the body.
When children face any of the symptoms of urinary track information, it should talk to their parents as symptoms are visible to the patient more than others. Parents can observe urination children. The child feels terrible pain while peeing. He / she is able to spend only a small amount at a time. He / she also get up several times during the night to go to the bathroom. There is a strange sensation in the lower abdomen. Blood can also pass with urine. In addition, the urine is a clear solution and is cloudy. Smelly urine after passing. These are all symptoms of bladder infection. The child may also feel along with chills, fever. The pain may be experienced in the back or belly. When pain is just below the ribs, is a clear sign of kidney infection. Depending on the severity of symptoms, the child should be taken to the doctor. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin | Posted in Disease | Posted on 01-01-2011
One of ten Americans has or prone to suffer from gallstones (cholelithiasis). Most gallstones do not give any symptoms. Stone that clog the channels connecting the gallbladder with the liver and small intestine can be very painful and potentially dangerous.
Your gallbladder stores bile, a absorbed liquid that is produced in liver. Through channel gall bladder, bile into the small intestine and help digest fat. A healthy gallbladder has a number of bile acids and cholesterol balance. When the cholesterol concentration becomes too high, gallstones formed. The size of gallstones can be only as big as grains of sand to a golf ball.
Gallstones can cause sudden great pain and can go on several hours. The pain usually occurs shortly after eating. The pain began in the upper right abdomen and can be moved up to the back or right shoulder blade. The pain sometimes accompanied by fever and nausea. After the pain decreases, you may experience, as there is little pain or pain in the abdomen on the right side. If a gallstone blocking the bile ducts, skin and the whites of your eyes may become yellow. You also have a fever or pale stools out like clay. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin | Posted in Disease | Posted on 01-05-2010
Mumps is an infectious viral disease which is spread by droplets which are released into the air during coughing or sneezing. It occurs in epidemics, mainly affecting children over two years old, but can infect people of any age. After a two to three week incubation period visible symptoms appear, the most obvious being the swelling of the saliva-producing parotid glands on one or both sides of the face. This is accompanied by fever, swelling in the sub-maxillary salivary glands, swollen glands in other parts of the body and muscular pain in the jaw, ear and abdomen. The pancreas may be inflamed, causing vomiting. In some adult men mumps can cause swelling and inflammation of the testicles, sometimes leading to sterility. There are some rare but serious complications which can result, including encephalitis and meningitis in which the brain or its surrounding membranes become inflamed. Read the rest of this entry »