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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

WHAT HERBS ARE SAFE IN PREGNANCY?

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Friday, December 24, 2010

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Have a wonderful and relaxing holiday weekend

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Miscarriage Story


Here is a touching and honest story about one mother's experience with miscarriage:

Emotions and Choices in Miscarriage by Becky Jackson (www.gentlechristianmothers.com - reprinted from Suite 101)

From the article:

After the D&C, when I was awake and alert again, I asked the doctor if I could see my baby. He seemed uncomfortable at that question, and told me that if I didn’t see it at home, it most likely just dissolved and passed as blood and tissue. I remembered at my last reading in my pregnancy book that the baby was around 3 inches long. I couldn’t believe that the miracle of that could be reduced to nothing. I wished I had something to show for my 12 weeks of pregnancy, for the love and excitement and morning sickness. I wished for the chance to say goodbye. But in an instant, it was all gone.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Treatments After Miscarriage

Misprostol As A Treatment For Miscarriage

Many miscarriages expel quickly and naturally after the pregnancy is found to be nonviable.
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However, some women need or want medical/surgical treatment after a miscarriage. Here is an article that discusses the use of vaginal misoprostol as an alternative to more invasive procedures:

Managing Miscarriage Medically
Vaginal misoprostol is effective, safe, and tolerable, and most women prefer it over surgery.



From the site:
Among misoprostol recipients, 78% said they would probably or definitely choose misoprostol if needed in the future; 73% of those who had undergone vacuum aspiration in a previous pregnancy said they would use misoprostol in the future.
Comment: These findings indicate that vaginal administration of misoprostol, following the investigators’ protocol, is effective, safe, tolerable, and preferred over surgery by most women. Although misoprostol tablets are inexpensive, the need for additional ultrasound studies and office visits must be factored into the overall cost of treatment.
— Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
Published in Journal Watch Women's Health October 4, 2005


Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Lisa Ling Launches Site After Miscarriage

Picture: nydailynews.com/Ruelas/AP

I have watched Lisa Ling for years on television for many years. I recently read that she suffered a miscarriage, and after that painful experience, she decided to launch a site devoted to helping women share their own experiences. There are links to the site in the following article:

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From the article:

The NY Daily News reports that Lisa Ling, journalist and former co-host of "The View," is launching an anonymous women's confession site after experiencing a painful miscarriage. Ling and her
friend Sophia Kim "decided there needed to be a forum where women could anonymously share their most private pain, their darkest fantasies, and most personal longings."

Monday, December 13, 2010

Workplace Hazzards and Miscarriage

Miscarriage Due To Workplace Hazzards

Many women in their reproductive years will spend a good part of their day at work.
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 The following article discusses workplace hazzards which can lead to reproductive problems and miscarriage:

The mysterious miscarriage nightmare - reproductive hazards in the workplace - includes related information on miscarriage cases at USA Today

From the article:

In factories and offices across the country, there is heightened concern over reproductive hazards in the work place. Evidence is mounting that these hazards are found in a wide variety of jobs in which millions of people work. Fear, too, is escalating because no one can say for certain what these hazards are.

Employers have no choice but to develop policies that deal with reproductive hazards. If they don't, they open the gate for continued tragedies--as well as for increased lawsuits, high absenteeism, and rapid turnover.

What dangers are lurking in your work place? What can be done to protect the health of your employees and their unborn children? How can the proper policy be designed?

The hazards

Facts and figures about work-site reproductive hazards are scare. Neither federal regulators nor scientists have a through handle on such dangers. But what is apparent is that these perils represent significant health threats.

Reproductive hazards are the sixth leading cause of injuries and illnesses in the work place, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. In 1985, more than six million workers were exposed to eight substances--including commonly used chemicals such as cadmium and formaldehyde--known or suspected to threaten reproductive health, NIOSH reported.

That figure includes only those workers exposed to dangerous chemicals. Another nine million workers came into contact with radio-frequency or microwave radiation, another suspected health threat, according to 1985 NIOSH figures. And if further research conclusively links computers to reproductive problems, another 14 million workers of childbearing age would be at risk as well, says 9to5, the National Association of Working Women.

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