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Hi Sir, In previous month she got mens on 12 may, but not occurred after a month in June in between after having sex and after having pregnancy test it results positive on 16th June for aborting she takes pills and from day after that painful bleeding started heavily and didn't stops till today. What should I do? There is pain in lower abdomen.
Recently I had unprotected sex with my fiancé and after that I gave her ipill. I had not ejaculated my sperms inside her. Are there any chances of she’s getting pregnant?
Hi I am 32 weeks pregnant with twins babies and their weight is 1950 and 1930 each. My doctor told me to take Dexamethasone injection at 34 weeks. 12 mg x3 for maturity of lungs. I want to know that is it safe to take this steroid injections? Does it has any side effect on babies? I have heard that this injection effect the brain of new born babies and cause mental and anxiety problems in babies after few years of their life. So pls answer my question becoz I am worried whether to take this injections or not? And at what week does a babies lung matures naturally so I can avoid this steroid injections?
Sir or Madam I am getting pain on side of the heart I mean my neck downside, Side of the breast some sometimes why means I don't no I am thinking that because of weakness I am very thin so please tell me that to do for this pain control please tell me when I am bending also getting pain please tell me which medicine I have to take to control the pain side of the breast.
I am 27 years old female. My right ovary shows cystic sol measuring 30*20*20 mm full of homogenous low level internal echoes. RO also shows a cystic SOL measuring 44*42*34 with e/o reticulations like internal echoes. Is it dangerous and large size. Is it cure with medicine.
When a sudden bump, blow, or jolt occurs to the brain, it results in a traumatic brain injury. According to the area involved in the traumatic brain injury, the patient may lose his consciousness, or he may lose the function of any part of the body. In the first few weeks following a traumatic brain injury, rapid recovery occurs but slows down over the following years. Hence, in order to gain rapid recovery, physiotherapy treatment should be started immediately.
Why physiotherapy is helpful in traumatic brain injury?
Along with the proper medication, physiotherapy assists in rapid recovery of the patient in the following ways:
It improves balance and co-ordination, thereby, decreasing the risk of fall.
It increases the ability to move in the bed, sit, stand, or to do activities for daily living.
It reduces muscle spasms, pain, and stiffness in cases of muscle involvement with traumatic brain injury.
It increases strength of the paralyzed (non-functioning, weakened muscles) limbs in cases of paralysis which occur after traumatic brain injury.
Continuous and persistent practice of physiotherapy ultimately results in independence and increased quality of life.
What therapies are included in physiotherapy for patients with traumatic brain injury?
The therapy needs to be followed on a daily basis under a proper guidance of a physiotherapist. It includes following methods:
Sensory stimulation: It includes application of specific stimuli, such as tactile (touch), proprioceptive, vestibular, auditory, visual, or olfactory stimuli. It is given in comatose patients. It acts by stimulating the brain and improving stimulus transmission, and it results in overall a rapid and better recovery.
Therapies for prevention of contracture: Contractures mean that there is a loss of joint mobility. Hence, for the prevention of the contracture, active or passive movement of the joint or stretching exercises is generally advised.
Use of a serial cast: Serial casting is widely used to reduce stiff muscles and to improve the range of motion. They are changed in an interval of 4 to 7 days.
Mobilization: Mobilization therapies, such as bringing the patient into an upright seated position at the edge of the bed, outside the bed, or to a standing position are advised to improve the mobility of the patient.
Training for self-care: Training for improving the activities of self-care and the activities of daily living (ADL) is generally taught to the patients with sensory, motor, or cognitive dysfunction.
Use of tools: Various tools, such as walking aids and supports are generally advised to improve and maintain the balance of the patient.
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