The phase of Pregnancy Singapore is one phase that should get more attention for women. Not only plays a major role in the health and development of the fetus in the womb, pregnancy can provide many physical and mental changes for pregnant women so that of course can affect his health. Sometimes, pregnant women can feel pain or pain in certain parts of the body. Indeed, it could be a pain caused by trivial things like fatigue, however, there is some pain that should not be underestimated by pregnant women because it could be a sign of serious health problems such as the following.
– Pain that appears on the middle and upper abdomen
Usually, this pain is accompanied by nausea or vomiting. According to health experts, the cause of this pain is heartburn, indigestion, or serious enough is poisoning to the mark for preeclampsia. For information, preeclampsia will appear at 20 weeks of gestation and is characterised by the continued rise in blood pressure and protein levels in the urine. Given this disease is very dangerous and can cause death, it’s good mother directly checked this condition to the doctor.
– Pain that appears on the lower abdomen
This pain may be a sign of a ligament tear or an ectopic pregnancy, a condition of pregnancy developing outside the uterus. In some cases, lower abdominal pain is also a sign of miscarriage, premature birth, and rupture of amniotic fluid.
– Impaired vision
If pregnant women experience a blurry view, it is better to immediately check this condition to the doctor because it could be this is a sign of disease preeclampsia. Another symptom of this health problem is dizziness or a very tortured headache.
– Pain during urination
If a pregnant woman experiences a burning sensation during urination, this may be a sign of a urinary tract infection that must be treated promptly with proper medical treatment.
Pregnant women would have to maintain the condition of pregnancy as best as possible until the baby could be born safely. Usually, pregnant women will keep their nutritional intake as good as possible to ensure the fetus in the womb can grow as well as possible. In addition, pregnant women also tend to rest more often and do not do many heavy activities. It’s just that pregnant women who just sit around comfortably but do not pay attention to his sitting position was also still at risk of making a pregnancy problematic.
Pregnant women should avoid sitting position with hanging legs. Seats that tend to be very high or a sofa that lures us to sit and it can make us unknowingly sit with your feet hanging. This position can actually trigger an increase in blood flow in the leg which can trigger severe swelling of the legs.
In the WHO guidance on how to diagnose AIDS, it is said that a person is diagnosed as having no minimum of two major symptoms and one minor symptom and if there is no other reason to cause the immune system to decline. You can visit HIV Singapore to get a test on HIV/AIDS.
But a positive HIV diagnosis should be pre-tested by performing a collaborative HIV antibody test. HIV positive results indicate that a person has been infected with HIV. HIV negative results indicate that a person is not or has not been infected with HIV. In addition to blood, HIV testing can be done on saliva or urine (not against the person). So HIV testing can and should be against the blood, body or body tissues, eggs or sperm that will and the laboratory already have a special apparatus for HIV testing. Some NGOs also have counselling test services.
Treatment of AIDS.
Until now there is no cure or the perfect treatment for AIDS. The purpose of this treatment is to prolong the life of a person living with HIV for about 1-2 years. Anti-retroviral drugs such as Azidotinidine (AZT) were first licensed for treatment in Indonesia in 1997. Other antiretroviral drugs are known as didanosine (ddI) and diodicosein (ddC).
Combination drugs have been developed ranging from a mixture of two types of drugs to the concoction of several types. Some of these medicinal herbs are Saquinavir, Indinavir, Viracept, Ritonavir. Also developed a supportive therapy, namely therapy without chemical drugs, whose goal is to improve the quality of life and keep themselves healthy. This therapy can be used to complement the use of anti-retroviral drugs.
These include the use of traditional herbs, herbs, dietary regulation, vitamin use, dietary supplements, and yoga, acupuncture, massage, exercise and music therapy. But this treatment is also less effective, so the right HIV / AIDS treatment is currently not found.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are spread through sexual contamination through the genital (genital), mouth, or rectum, and can also spread from pregnant women to their fetuses before delivery. STDs, which can be about men and women, are a health issue of global concern. Although most STDs can be treated, there are some that can not be treated, such as HIV (which will cause AIDS), genital herpes, and human papillomavirus (HPV) that cause warts in the genital area. To find out if you have the disease, you can do STD Test Singapore.
STD can spread from people who do not realise they are infected. Always use a protector at all times during intercourse, including oral sex, until you are sure you and your sex partner are not infected with STDs. If you are in a special relationship with other people, delay intercourse until you are physically and emotionally ready, agreeing to have sex with each other.
Discuss safe sex with your sex partner. Discuss STD before you have sex with someone. Although the sex partner has no symptoms of STD, she may become infected. Some STDs, such as HIV, take 6 months before being detected in the blood. Genital herpes and the HPV virus can spread when symptoms are actually gone. Even when you and your partner have been tested, you should keep using a condom.
– Observe the presence of STD symptoms, such as abnormal discharges (fluid out of the penis or vagina of abnormal colour such as yellowish, greenish, or bleeding), inflammation in the genital area, or pain during urination.
– Do not have more than one sexual partner at a time. The safest sex is when your sexual partner only has sex with yourself and has been legalised in a legal marriage. Whenever you have a new sexual partner, you will continue to be at risk of sexually transmitted diseases.
– Use condoms on every sexual relationship.
– Avoid “douching” in women, because it will change the pH (acidity) normal in the vaginal area and will increase the risk of STD.
– Be responsible. Avoid sexual contact if you are aware of infection or are in the treatment of sexually transmitted infections such as HIV. If you or your sex partner have herpes, avoid sexual contact.