Pain in the vagina: what can it be and what to do

Pain in the vagina is common to occur and usually does not mean anything very serious. Because of the various causes, as soon as the pain begins, attention should be paid to some of the symptoms, such as pain or burning when you urinate, redness in the intima, swollen vagina, presence of wounds, lumps or warts, and menstrual bleeding . That way, ... Read More »

What can be pain when urinating

Pain on urination, known as dysuria, is usually caused by a urinary tract infection and is a very common problem in women, especially during pregnancy. However, it can also occur in men, children or babies, and may be accompanied by other symptoms such as burning or difficulty urinating. In addition to urinary infection, pain when urinating can also occur when there ... Read More »

What can be bladder pain and how to treat it

Pain in the bladder usually indicates urinary tract infection, some irritation caused by cysts or stones but it can also be caused by some inflammation in the uterus or intestine. So to know what is causing this pain you should check if there are other symptoms such as blood in the urine, pain to urinate, fever or discharge in the ... Read More »

10 Causes of Pelvic Pain and What to Do

Pelvic pain is a pain felt in the lower abdomen, also known as “foot of the belly” and is usually a sign of gynecological, urologic, intestinal or pregnancy related problems. This symptom is more common in women, but it can also occur in man, being more related to intestinal problems or in the prostate, for example. To make the correct ... Read More »

How To Treat Ankle Dislocation At Home

An ankle sprain is a common situation that can be solved at home, and usually the person recovers within 3 to 5 days, with decreased pain and swelling. However, when symptoms such as difficulty setting foot on the floor and walking normally, it is recommended to do physiotherapy to recover faster. When the person twists the foot because ‘false steps’ can ... Read More »

First aid for dislocation

Dislocation occurs when the bones that form a joint leave its natural position due to a strong blow, for example, causing severe pain at the site, swelling and difficulty in moving the joint. When this happens it is recommended that: Do not force the affected limb or try to move it; Make a sling to prevent the joint from moving, using ... Read More »

What Not to Eat at Breastfeeding

During breastfeeding, a woman should avoid consuming foods such as alcoholic drinks and too much coffee because alcohol and caffeine can pass into breast milk and harm the baby’s health. In addition, it is necessary to observe if the baby feels colic or cries more after the mother consume some foods like milk and derivatives, peanuts and shrimp, because the ... Read More »

Home Treatment for Stoned Milk

Stoned milk, known scientifically for breast engorgement, usually occurs when there is incomplete emptying of the breasts, so a good home treatment for the bare breast is to put the baby to breastfeed every two to three hours. Thus, it is possible to go removing the excess milk that is produced, leaving the breasts less hard, full and heavy.Another option is ... Read More »

How to solve 6 common breastfeeding problems

The most common breastfeeding problems include cracked sinuses, sour milk, and hard, swollen breasts that usually appear within the first few days after delivery or after a long time of breastfeeding. Usually, these problems of breastfeeding cause pain and discomfort for the mother; however, there are simple techniques such as the baby making a good handle on the breast or ... Read More »

How to Heal the Cracked Nipples for Breastfeeding Without Pain

Cracks in the nipple arise especially in the first few weeks of breastfeeding due to incorrect handling of the baby in the breast.It may be suspected that the baby is incorrectly breastfeeding when he stops breastfeeding, his beak is wrinkled. If it is wrinkled, it is very likely that the handle is incorrect and that the cracks and bleeding appear on ... Read More »