Cough accompanies many different diseases. It may be negligible. In this case, a person has only a slight cough. Or, on the contrary, coughing can become painful. This symptom causes a flood of tears and tearing chest pain. These are different types of cough. And each of them needs to be fought properly. So, how to treat a cough? And what to look for in order to choose the right treatment?
Cough: many faces and treacherous
Because of its prevalence, coughing always seems to be a simple process. However, for its appearance in the body, an appropriate mechanism should work. Initially, irritation occurs in the airways. A variety of reasons can provoke it: Continue reading
Infertility is the scourge of our time. The infections, hormonal disorders, poor-quality, “artificial” food products, the frantic pace of modern life, constant stress are to blame for this. And as a result, 15% of couples in our country are deprived of the happiness of becoming parents. Just think: every seventh family experiences this tragedy – the inability to have children.
Spouses have been going to doctors for years, spending money, nerves, and most importantly – precious time. Indeed, every year the probability of conceiving, carrying and having a healthy baby is reduced. And hopes are melting. Unfortunately, infertility treatment is far from always successful. And for some, it was initially unable to help someone. Continue reading
Despite the fact that rubella belongs to the so-called childhood infections and children under 8–9 years of age are affected by it, adults also suffer from the disease. In them, unlike children, the disease is much more severe, its symptoms are more pronounced, and most importantly, it can cause serious complications to the brain, internal organs, joints, blood system.
Rubella is very dangerous for women who are expecting a baby.
What is the danger of rubella for a pregnant
Rubella virus, multiplying in the body, enters the bloodstream and spreads with blood flow to all organs. In pregnant women, the virus easily passes through the placental vessels, settling in the fetal cells. Continue reading