After the hard work of delivery of a baby, many mothers have questions about when they should start to exercises, or return to their usual exercise routine. This guide should help with some of those questions.
Throughout your pregnancy your body's posture can change dramatically as your baby grows and this can result in back/joint aches and pains. Good posture and proper positioning with exercises to strengthen and stretch your muscles may help ease any discomforts.
The Bartholin glands are two small pea sized glands that are located at the opening to the vagina on both the left and right lower aspects. Most of the time, you cannot see or feel these glands.
Information for consent to treatment regarding possible complications to bevacizumab injection / Avastin. Neonatal / newborn babies eye examinations. NICU / Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
This book provides a practical overview of the clinical management of assisted reproduction treatment (ART), ranging from pre-pregnancy care through pregnancy, to birth and beyond. ART is increasingly used worldwide as it offers the greatest chances of success among currently available fertility treatment options, regardless of the cause of infertility. Over the last two decades, there have been considerable advances in the field of ART, and its use has become much more accessible. Clinical Man…
Long recognized as the authoritative leader in the field, Creasy and Resnik's Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 8th Edition, continues to provide the latest evidence-based guidelines for obstetric and neonatal management, helping you minimize complications and offer patients the best possible care. Written by renowned experts in obstetrics, gynecology, and perinatology, this comprehensive resource has been thoroughly updated and reflects new information in every area, including recent tremendous advanc…
A follow-up letter to patients in the IWK's Gestational Diabetes Program. For more information on managing your gestational diabetes, visit the IWK Health Centre web page www.iwk.nshealth.ca/gdm.
You are going home with a dressing to cover your incision. Information on the care and removal of your dressing.
Information is given on things one can do at home to help relieve pain, what medications can be taken, and what conditions merit contact with a healthcare provider.