When high-risk pregnancies are mentioned; excessive bleeding, preeclampsia known as high blood pressure disease, uncontrolled gestational diabetes, a number of chronic diseases that previously existed in the patient but worsened during pregnancy (eg type1 diabetes, thyroid disorders, large fibroids, various blood diseases, cancers), Multiple pregnancies, advanced maternal age pregnancies, patients with high risk screening test results, various abnormalities seen in fetus.
Rağmen Despite its similarity in name and symptoms, Diabetes Insipitus, which should not be confused with diabetes and referred to as Şek Sugar-Free Sugar / Diabetes Disease halk among the public, also hits children. ”VKV American Hospital Pediatric Endocrinology Specialist Nihal Memioğlu tells about the curiosities.
Magic 40th week is marked with great expectation in your calendar. Finally the expected day comes but the expected person does not. Then another week or two will pass. Will this pregnancy never end? No pregnancy has lasted forever, even though it does not seem convincing for women who have reached 42 weeks.
If the nail-eating behavior that occurs after 3-4 years of age continues despite a period of six months, it is necessary to think that psychological factors are behind it. Özlem Özden Tunca from Ekol Psychological Pedagogical Counseling & Education Center said, lan Restriction of the movements of the child, having an overly oppressive, authoritarian attitude of the parents, disapproval of the behaviors of the child, the jealousy of the child, the discrimination between the children, the parental reasons of not having enough attention and love countable.
Anemia is a common problem especially in women. During pregnancy, the risk of incidence increases due to various risk factors. Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Assoc. Dr. Cem Fıçıcıoğlu states that this problem, which is called anemia in medicine, is seen in 50% of mothers.
The body's vitamin D requirement is largely provided by the sun. Vitamin D is very important for strengthening the bones and especially the teeth. However, children staying in the sun for a long time at noon, when the sun's rays come upright, would harm instead of benefit. German Hospital Specialist for Child Health and Diseases
May cause permanent kidney damage! Urinary tract infection in children is one of the most important health problems that need to be taken seriously. Urinary tract infection needs to be investigated, especially in children with high fever of unknown cause. Urinary tract infection is the most common infectious disease after upper respiratory tract infections in children.
Herpes Simplex or Herpes Simplex Virus is a contagious disease of the skin and mucous membranes caused by the virus called the Herpes Simplex Virus. Memorial Hospital Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department Op. Dr. N.Cihangir Yılanlıoğlu, tells about the curiosity about the disease.
The hormones T3 and T4 secreted by the thyroid gland affect the functions of all metabolism in the body, growth and development of the nervous system. The deficiency causes serious problems. Memorial Hospital, Department of Pediatrics Sinan Mahir Kayıran, “All newborns should be screened for hypothyroidism on the 4th to 6th days following birth.
Is it normal to have bleeding during pregnancy? Dogan Hospital Gynecology and Health Specialist Opr. Dr. Serdar Kayın shares this answer with you. : - Is bleeding normal during pregnancy? Op. Dr. Bleeding during pregnancy should not always be considered as an abnormal condition.
Yeditepe University Ophthalmology Research and Application Center Assist. Assoc. Dr. Umut Aslı Dinç states that there may be physiological changes in the eyes during pregnancy. Is Eye Affected During Pregnancy? During pregnancy, physiological changes occur in the eyes as in the whole body.
According to statistical information published by the World Health Organization, hip dislocation is seen in two out of a thousand children born every year. Three out of every four of them are girls. Sema Hospital Orthopedics Specialist Yakup Yildirim, born hip hip dislocation point with you to share with you. baby.
Otitis is an inflammation of the posterior part of the eardrum. It is often associated with upper respiratory tract infections. It is a very common disease in infants. Since eustachian tubes are short and narrow, babies are more likely to get ear infections. While some of the babies do not suffer from this disease only once or twice, some of them do not have any ear inflammation.
Edema, which can be defined as swelling, occurs to a certain degree in almost all pregnant women and approximately 75% of the women have a sufficiently severe complaint. Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Op. Dr. Alper Mumcu tells about the curiosities. Why do swelling occur during pregnancy? A pregnant woman needs more water per day than non-pregnant women.
Pregnancy is one of the most special and enjoyable periods in a woman's life… It would be even better if there were no nausea and bowel problems. Some women experience nausea and constipation so intense that pregnancy is no longer a pleasure for them. With our guide to deal with stomach and intestinal problems we have prepared for you, you will enjoy only the pregnancy period!
Yeditepe University Hospital Child Health and Diseases Specialist Assoc. Dr. Filiz Bakar says that premature babies born without developing defense systems require very careful care for the first six months. What Does Premature Birth Mean? Normal pregnancy is defined within 38-42 weeks. Babies born at or after 37 weeks are premature babies and require special care.
Toxoplasmosis is an infection that can cause miscarriages, stillbirths or disabilities in pregnancy and is generally believed to be transmitted from cats, but not only from cats. Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Op. Dr. Alper Mumcu shares with you those who are curious about the subject. baby.
Although phenylketonuria occurs in every 10,000-30,000 newborns in the USA and many European countries, it occurs in one of the 3,000-4,000 newborns in our country. German Children's Hospital Specialist for Child Health and Diseases Alper Soysal points out the importance of early detection of phenylketonuria, which causes mental retardation with the increase in protein in the body.