Flu and Pregnancy

Of course pregnancynot the best time to disease. But rarely see a woman who for the first nine months was never sick. Therefore, if you feel that the nose is running, and the tickle in the throat, do not panic. Maybe it's just a cold, which does not present any particular risk for the unborn child. Worse, if you picked up a viral disease, which is called flu.

What is influenza?

Flu symptoms are known to all — a high fever, weakness, runny nose, cough, and headache. Influenza is caused entirely by a particular virus belonging to the

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Influenza marked «SWI»

In April 2009, the World Health Organization declared the beginning of a new pandemic influenza virus. Its official name — H1N1 Swi. The last three letters — an abbreviation of the English word «swine» — «pig", as virus has a genetic similarity with the influenza virus, which are sick pig. Why "pork" kind of flu so easily "passed" the boundaries of different countries of the world? Why is it threatened not to local epidemics and pandemic?

The influenza virus is constantly changing (doctors say — "drifts"). When the viral genome occur point mutations occur influenza epidemics it happens every

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Influenza, ARI, ARI

Flu other SARS (RHS) — is infectious (viral) diseases with which everyone faces in their lives many times. More likely to get sick in the off-season (fall, spring) or winter. During this period, the body is usually weakened by a lack of vitamins and sunlight and drizzly cold weather, which affects the immunity.

SARS— Acute respiratory viral infections that are transferred airborne by (before they were called acute respiratory disease — acute respiratory disease). This group of diseases includes flu, parainfluenza, adenovirus, rhinovirus, and other infections.

For the prevention of these diseases need to avoid hypothermia, eating vegetables and

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Influenza: prevention

Time to graft

The greatest danger flu is for children aged up to three years, seniors over 60 and people with chronic diseases. For these categories of the population flu can be deadly. It is among them, after suffering flu frequently reported complications — pneumonia, neuritis of the facial nerve, meningitis. The most effective way to protect against the flu is vaccination, it significantly reduces the possibility of complications and death. Today it is possible to be vaccinated two weeks before the start of the epidemic.

Now used as a foreign vaccine — Vaksigripp (France), Inflyuvak (Holland), Fluarix

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Influenza: Methods of protection

It is no secret that during the epidemic of influenza virus infection occurs mainly in urban transport. During rush hour, and healthy, who are hurrying to work and patients are very close to each other. Necessarily anyone will blow your nose near you, or even sneeze and cough onwhole salon. No wonder, if after a few days you will feel that flu and got to you.

Some people think that to avoid infection is almost impossible. But this is not the case. Here are some useful tips on how to reduce the risk of infection in public transport

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Influenza: the way of rational treatment

Influenza — a viral infection with a short incubation period. Typical influenza outbreak, severe intoxication, and upper respiratory tract. Something like writing about this disease in medical journals.

Try to understand what is — flu.

What is the flu?

Influenza always is acute, and if people get sick, it is here, probably for a long time. The clinical picture of influenza are two main syndrome — intoxication and catarrhal (respiratory failure).

Intoxication syndrome comprises:

chills; temperature rise — in the first hours of the disease, it can reach 39-40? C.; headache — this is the main sign of intoxication

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Flu? Enemy must know in person!


Flu — A severe viral infection that does not spare neither adults nor children. Despite the flippant attitude to the disease, it often ends lethal. In this annual influenza epidemic affects up to 15% of the inhabitants of our planet, and the total of each of us is losing the fight against the infection for about a year. According to statistics, the flu and SARS, the most common infectious diseases and mass. Only in Russia mark from 27.3 to 41.2 million infections a year. In medicine, the flu is divided into three types: A, B and C.

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Chest. What should it be?

Teens, especially girls at puberty are critical to your body — it has always been. Our time is only multiplied the children's inferiority complexes. According to psychologists, every teenager happen "bouts of obsession" beauty or sexuality. The man in the13-16 years, still can not understand that now existing "ideals of beauty" is simply unrealistic. However, even some adult women want to look like a Barbie doll, whose waist almost three times less than the volume of the chest!

Girls and women often associate their "ugliness" with the face or chest. The explanation is simple: the girl becomes aware of

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Epigastrocele stomach

Epigastrocele stomach (it preperitoneal lipoma) — a condition in which the tendon fibers between the midline muscle belly, gaps through which oil comes first and then the abdominal cavity.

Hernia white line of the abdomen shows a painful protrusion anywhere on the midline of the abdomen.

Treatment of abdominal hernia white line has been a surgeon. Advisable to consult a doctor at the first sign of discomfort.

Symptoms of a hernia white line of the abdomen: painful bulging midline of the abdomen, usually in the upper part; pain in the upper abdomen, especially when straining and abrupt movements;

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Hiatal hernia

Hiatal hernia — the offset into the chest cavity through a hiatal of the lower esophagus, the stomach, and occasionally intestinal loops. Normally ligaments hiatal, Subdiaphragmatic adipose tissue and the natural anatomical location of the abdominal cavity prevent movement of bodies lying under the diaphragm into the chest cavity.


The cause of the hernia may be weakened ligaments. It is present in 5% of the adult population and approximately 50% — over the age of 50 years (age-related weakening of the ligaments), is more common in untrained, adynamic people. Another factor that provokes the

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