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In order to protect you and your family, a thorough safety check of every room in your home should be conducted on a regular basis. Unintentional accidents, injuries, and nontraumatic emergencies may be prevented and your family will be healthier and safer when you practice a little prevention.
The following checklist may be printed so it can be used for the inspection of your home.
___ Do not leave medicines, toiletries, or other household products in drawers or on night stands.
___ To avoid accidental injuries or choking, keep penknives, nail files, scissors, and pocket change out of reach.
___ Install a smoke detector in the hallway outside of the bedrooms on all levels of your home. Test monthly and replace every 10 years.
___ Make certain drapery cords and/or blind cords are well out of reach of children.
___ Make certain the crib mattress fits snugly.
___ Crib slats should be placed no wider than 2 3/8 inches apart.
___ Make certain the crib has been put together properly and is not missing screws or bolts to prevent it from collapsing.
___ Make certain there is a carpet or rug beneath the crib or changing table to soften the impact if an infant falls.
___ Drop-side cribs, in which one or both sides drop down, are not recommended.
___ Make certain that children's toys and furniture have not been recalled. You can check at www.cpsc.gov.
___ Furniture should be attached to the walls. Then if a child climbs on it, it shouldn't fall on the child.
___ Make certain drapery cords and/or blind cords are well out of reach of children and cribs.
___ Remove all crib gyms, hanging toys, and decorations form a crib by the time a baby can raise up on hands and knees.
___ Make sure there is a safety belt on the infant changing table, and that it is used consistently and properly.
___ Make sure baby powder and lotions are out of a baby or child's reach. But, within your reach, so you do not have to leave the infant to reach these items.
___ If your child can climb out of the crib, consider a youth bed with guard rails, or place the crib mattress on the floor.
___ Never leave small parts or pieces of a toy in a child's room.
___ Make certain a night light is not near or touching drapes or the bedspread.
___ Never place a crib, playpen, or bed near a window.
___ Make certain window screens are securely in place, or that window guards are present to prevent a child from falling from a window.
___ Make certain there are plug protectors in the unused electrical outlets.
___ If there is a lid on the toy box, it should not be heavy, hinged, or lockable. Children may crawl inside and become trapped.
___ Put a nonskid bathmat on the floor and a nonskid mat or decals in the bathtub.
___ Protect all electrical outlets with ground fault circuit interrupters.
___ Store medicines, cosmetics, toiletries, and cleansers well out of reach of children.
___ When children are present, put child-resistant safety latches on all cabinets storing potentially harmful substances.
___ Store electrical appliances, such as hair dryers and curling irons, out of reach.
___ Always unplug such an appliance before leaving it unattended, no matter how briefly.
___ To avoid accidental scalding, make certain to set the water heater no higher than 120°F (49°C).
___ Never leave a child or disabled person unattended in a bathtub, or in a bathroom where there is a tub, sink, or bucket containing water.
___ Keep toilet lids closed.
___ Do not store vitamins (or medicines) on the kitchen table, counter top, or window sill.
___ Make certain knives, scissors, and other sharp utensils are out of reach.
___ Store dishwasher detergent and other cleaning supplies in their original containers and out of reach.
___ When children are present, install safety latches on cabinets and drawers within a child's reach.
___ Keep chairs and step stools away from counters and stoves.
___ Always turn pot handles inward when cooking on the stove. Use back burners whenever possible.
___ Keep the toaster out of the reach of toddlers.
___ Make certain appliance cords are not dangling, so they cannot be pulled from a counter.
___ Unplug appliance extension cords when not in use.
___ When children are present, use plug protectors for all unused wall outlets.
___ If a child is in a highchair, make sure it is sturdy and has a seat belt with a strap between the legs.
___ Keep a working fire extinguisher in your kitchen.
___ Keep houseplants out of reach of children and pets. A number of plants are poisonous.
___ Make certain television sets and other heavy items are secure so they cannot be tipped over.
___ Remove unnecessary extension cords.
___ Put plug protectors in any unused electrical outlets when children are present.
___ Move tables and other objects with sharp edges away from the center of a room, especially if there are toddlers or disabled persons in the home.
___ Place protective material on sharp furniture edges.
___ Keep drapery and blind cords out of reach of children and/or disabled persons.
___ Secure area rugs to prevent falls and slips.
___ Keep stairs and walkways clear of snow, wet leaves, or other debris.
___ Repair cracks or chips in cement sidewalks and stairs.
___ Make certain railings, gates, and fences are secure and in good repair.
___ Keep garbage cans covered.
___ There should be a fence with a locked gate between the house and the backyard swimming pool.
___ Garden tools and lawn equipment should be securely stored.
___ Play equipment, such as swing sets and garden furniture, should be properly anchored and assembled. Check regularly for rust, splintered wood, or cracks.
___ If you have a fireplace, wood burning stove, or other heat source, place barriers around it to avoid accidental burns.
___ Inspect and clean chimneys and stovepipes regularly.
___ Make certain hazardous items, such as bug sprays, cleaners, auto care products, and weed killers, are secured and stored in their original containers in the garage, utility room, or basement.
___ Make certain plastic bags, broken pieces of toys, buttons, screws, and other choking or suffocation hazards are stored out of reach of children.
___ Post emergency telephone numbers near each telephone in your home.
___ When children are present, safety devices, such as gates, locks, and doorknob covers, should be in use at all stairways and exits in your home.
___ Make sure all indoor and outdoor stairways and entries are well-lighted and clear.
___ Make certain bathrooms and bedrooms can be unlocked from the outside.
___ Keep matches and lighters out of the reach of children and disabled persons.
___ A home should have two unobstructed exits, in case of fire or other emergency.
___ Check all electrical cords to make sure they are not cracked or frayed.
___ Make certain outlets or extension cords are not overloaded.
___ It is best not to use space heaters. If they are used, make sure they are in safe condition. Never plug them into an extension cord. Do not place them near drapes or furnishings.
___ Paint or wallpaper should not be chipping or peeling.
___ Keep purses, backpacks, and other portable storage bags out of a child's reach. They may contain medicines, penknives, hard candies, and other items that may harm children.
I have delivered a baby four months ago. Since then he is solely depend on my feed. Initially the lactation was good enough but gradually I noticed the lactation become unhealthy. I am keenly taking care on a balanced diet, started having jeera powder & shatavari churna as well besides other meals. But still not satisfied with the lactation. I hv started with monthly periods as well. Kindly suggest me what other than that I can do for healthy lactation.
I and my gf had unprotected sex on 21st June 2018 and she took an ipill within 18 hrs. Again on 22nd we had unprotected sex and she took ipill within 15 hrs. Her LMP was on 11th June 2018. After 10 days she noticed some blood clots and brown discharge and abdominal pain too. Her period date was on 11th July 2018. It has been 5-6 days passed she has not got her periods. Even she did a HOME PREGNANCY URINE TEST on 13th July 2018 after her period got missed and the result was NEGATIVE. Is she still pregnant. Whether the blood clots were due to withdrawal bleeding. Please let us know if she needs to do the urine pregnancy test once again and when to be done. Please help us.
More than half of the women who menstruate, tend to go through pain from period cramps for a day or two every month. During the menstrual cycle, the uterus contracts to remove its coating or lining. Hormone like substances, called prostaglandins, which are the cause for pain and aggravation, trigger the uterine muscle contractions. More elevated levels of prostaglandins are linked with more severe menstrual cramps.
While menstrual cramps, additionally called dysmenorrhea, are normally not an indication of a highly serious health condition, they can act as barriers in your daily lifestyle. To help with the pain, here are five things that may offer some relief. In case your period cramps appear to be extreme or you do not get help even after attempting some of these choices, check with your specialist for the required medication or treatment. Five ways to prevent severe menstrual cramps are:
- Exercise: A regular walk or any sort of physical movement can relieve you from the abdomen and thigh pain. This discharges endorphins to balance the prostaglandins and diminish your cramps. Exercising a little three to four times each week is useful for the general strength of your body.
- Apply a heating pad: Warmth unwinds the contracting muscles in your uterus, which is the reason for your pain. There are a number of over-the-counter warming pads and cushions, or electric, reusable heating bags.
- Drink chamomile tea: Certain teas may calm menstrual cramps. Teas have been used traditionally and can offer relief from pain. Chamomile tea is one of the most effective teas among many others. It tends to increase the hippurate element in your body, which is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. Mitigating agents diminish the prostaglandin formation in the body, accordingly assisting in pain relief from menstrual cramps.
- Improve your diet: Vitamin D is vital in decreasing menstrual cramps. Decreasing your fat intake and eating more vegetables as a part of your diet may ease the pain. Low-fat food and less carbs help your health by and large, even as they can have an obvious impact on menstrual issues. Swap less solid fats like the saturated fats found in junk food, for more healthy ones like unsaturated fats found in olive oil. Getting more dietary magnesium appears to relieve the pain as well. Magnesium directs better nerve and muscle functioning, among other crucial functions.
- Massage with essential oils: Using certain sweet-smelling oils and massaging them can likewise soothe menstrual pain. Dilute lavender, clary sage, or marjoram to a three percent concentration in an unscented cream. The duration of pain can be lessened from two and a half to one day after self-massaging with these essential oils. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.