Ear - Nose - Throat diseases, mainly nasal congestion, nasal flesh, frequent tonsillitis, sinusitis, allergy, hearing loss, inflammation of the middle ear, foreign bodies, nasal bleeding occurs. In fact, especially the diseases seen in children are related to each other directly or indirectly.
Okmeydanı Vascular Center Cardiovascular Surgery Specialist Op. Dr. Er The development of varicose veins in pregnant women increases with the infiltration of the mother's uterus in the mother's uterus, and there is a 75% close decline in varicose veins after pregnancy has ended and therefore the pressure has been removed, Caf explains Cafer Abbasoğlu.
Without the immune system, even the smallest virus infection would have killed people. The immune system, as we all know, is extremely important in leading a healthy life. Especially when it comes to children, their immune systems work well and are well trained so that they can be healthier for life.
Neurology Specialist Dr.Sema Demirci answers questions about pregnancy and migraine in 8 questions. 1) Are there effects of pregnancy that increase or decrease migraine attacks? It is known that there is a relationship between migraine and sex hormones. First menstruation, menstrual periods, use of contraceptives, pregnancy, menopause and hormone replacement treatments affect estrogen levels in the blood and affect migraine.
There are many reasons for jaundice. The most common cause of jaundice in newborns is olojik physiological jaundice ”. Plasma bilirubin levels are higher in all newborns than in adults, and 50% of newborns are clinically jaundiced during the first five days of life. Bilirubin is around 4-5 mg in normal newborns.
0 - 5 Age diarrhea frequently seen in the summer period increased with the warming of the weather. Child Health and Diseases Specialist Member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Hayriye Aygar shares the precautions to be taken with regard to summer diarrhea. Summer diarrhea is common in children aged 0-5 years in summer.
Women with diabetes should have a healthy pregnancy and have a healthy baby, under the supervision of an expert. Acibadem Diabetes Center Dr. Yaser Süleymanoğlu answers the curious questions. : Is it possible for women with diabetes to get pregnant and give birth to a healthy baby?
Premature birth includes births up to 36 weeks after the last menstrual period. While 2 percent of those expecting a single child are seen in twin pregnancies, this rate increases. International Hospital Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Op. Dr. Meric Karacan informs mothers about premature birth.
Some of the damages of low birth weight childbirth, premature birth, premature separation of placenta, sudden child death syndrome and low performance smoking in school age… Acıbadem Hospital Bakırköy Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Dr. Rıza Madazlı calls attention to expectant mothers to quit smoking during pregnancy.
Pregnant women How about participating in a program where you can feel good for yourself and your baby's health, take a deep breath and focus on yourself, dance and play fun games with music, while strengthening your body physically and spiritually? Anadolu Health Center invites all expectant mothers to the Dans Dance of Birth ”program which focuses on special pregnancy and birth exercises for a healthier and safer pregnancy period.
As you go on holiday in summer, you need to prepare the luggage of babies as well as adults. Among the first to be put on the suitcase is a solar product with a high protection factor. Because it is necessary to protect the babies from the sun and the rays reflected from the sea. Acıbadem Kocaeli Hospital Child Health and Diseases Specialist
Every year 12,000 babies with congenital heart disease are born. Today, even the most severe congenital heart diseases can be successfully treated with interventional cardiologic methods and surgeries. Factors such as consanguineous marriage, radiation, infections in early pregnancy, chromosomal abnormalities, maternal diabetes, and alcohol use during pregnancy are effective in the formation of congenital heart disease.
The problem of constipation is a common condition in infancy. International Hospital Istanbul Child Health and Diseases Specialist Şeyma Cüneydi yemek The most important situation in constipation is food order. Taking fiber foods, consuming plenty of fluids, to go to the toilet for regular defecation are measures to be taken.
Why Babies Vomit? Parents should be able to distinguish between vomiting requiring immediate intervention. For parents who cannot distinguish between vomiting, the first months when the baby often vomits will be very challenging and stressful. In addition to normal vomiting, there may also be vomiting, which indicates the disease and requires intervention.
Congenital heart diseases are among the most common congenital anomalies. Eight out of every 1000 babies have heart disease. Many of these diseases are treated early after the birth of the baby. Some heart diseases are treated with an operation performed in the womb.
Nasal obstruction is a serious issue to be considered in infants. In case of congestion in the nose, problems may occur in the baby's diet, which may affect healthy breathing and completion of development. The main cause of crying crises in babies, which are thought to be gas pains, may be respiratory diseases.
The baby is tied to the umbilical cord extending from mother to life. For 9 months in the uterus, the baby receives food from the blood vessels in this cord. However, this cord is separated because it is no longer needed. After birth, the umbilical cord that connects the baby to the mother is cut by tying with the umbilical clamp at a distance of about 5 cm.
What is normal birth? Normal birth between 38-42 weeks of pregnancy and pangs of the baby in front of the head itself without damaging the mother and the mother through the vagina as a separation from the mother's body. Simla Okumuşoğlu Khan said that after birth, placenta and membranes were spontaneously thrown out of the uterus.
Middle ear infections are common in children. 85 per cent of children, until the age of three must have had once the middle ear inflammation. Due to frequent upper respiratory infections (catarrh, rhinitis, sinusitis), the eustachian tube, which serves as the trachea of the ear, deteriorates the ventilation function, and the ear cannot be ventilated.