Pelvic floor

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  • The Prevention Of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

    Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID) is one of the most common diseases in the United States in women between the ages of fourteen and twenty four are being treated. This disease is mostly cause by an untreated sexual transmitted disorder (STDs), mostly gonorrhea and or chlamydia, but it can also be caused by minor infections or douching. PID is treatable with a set on antibiotics and depending on how advance the disease is how the physician terminates how to treat it. Pelvic Inflammatory…

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  • Chlamydia

    cervix, then to the uterus and finally fallopian tubes. Once the disease is past the cervix it is usually classified at pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Davies et al. (2014) shows that diagnosis of chlamydia increase the risk of PID by 50%. Each patient that acquired the infection again increased the risk by another 20%. Most women will typically present with symptoms of pelvic pain, menstrual changes, dyspareunia, low back pain, past history…

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  • Chlamydia Research Paper

    women who are sexually active are in an increased risk of infection because the cervix (the entrance to the uterus) has not been fully formed and is more susceptible to infections. The early detention of this disease and prompt treatment can prevent Pelvic Inflammatory Disease in women and avoid…

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  • Essay On Biopolitical Control

    THE INCREASED BIOPOLITICAL CONTROL OF WOMEN’S BODIES THROUGH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE REGULATION; AN INTERSECTIONAL ANALYSIS. Recently proposed laws that enact abortion and reproductive health care regulation have been marked as safety precautions in order to protect the health of women. However, these laws do not consider which groups are most often impacted by their enactment, and what the consequences of said enactment may be. If clinics in low income neighborhoods cannot meet…

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  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Analysis

    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is one of the most common infections in non-pregnant women of reproductive age, remains an important public health problem. It is associated with major long-term sequelae, including tubal factor infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic pelvic pain. In addition, treatment of acute PID and its complications incurs substantial health care costs. Prevention of these long-term sequelae is dependent upon development of treatment strategies based on knowledge of the…

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  • Examples Of Liability And Liability In Healthcare

    This paper will discuss liability and negligence in the healthcare field as well as negligence issue in the healthcare field. Liability is defined as a potential for a lawsuit (Dunn 114). Liability can be found just about anywhere and is a concerning area in today’s age. Healthcare workers are very familiar to this word and been familiarized throughout their careers with this word. I can’t be a scary thing to think about in this field the potential to be sued from an employee level all the way…

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  • Accidental Sisterhood

    associated with a weak pelvic floor. Therefore, it is imperative for women with incontinence issues to take steps to strengthen their pelvic floor. The pelvic floor consist of muscles, ligaments, tissues, and nerves that lend support to a group of organs in the pelvic region. For example, the bladder, uterus, vagina, and rectum. Strengthening The Pelvic Floor The Accidental Sisterhood is a wonderful website that informs women about the necessity to strengthen the pelvic floor. In some…

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  • Vaginal Cone Case Study

    4 Customisation of vaginal cone and its quality control measures 4.1 Introduction Globally one third of the women suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. Every women experience mild to severe form of pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms at some point of their life. It occurs due to weak pelvic floor muscles which acts a basin for the pelvis and support the pelvic organs. The weakness inevitably occurs during pregnancy, after child birth (normal vaginal delivery and caesarean section) and after…

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  • Third Trimester Research Paper

    designed for pregnant women. 4.Squats This exercise will strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and legs, equipping you for the labor. It will also help you reduce lower back pain. If you squat regularly, it offers you more endurance in your birthing positions. But, exercise cautiously as you enter the third trimester. Avoid falling or injuring yourself. 5.Pelvic Floor Exercises (Kegels) Like squats, Kegels enhance pelvic floor muscles, which support your vagina, urethra, cervix, bladder, and…

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  • Muscle: Location, Action, Shape, And Function

    Appendicular muscles help the pelvic girdles, pectoral girdles, and the limbs. The appendicular muscles stabilize and positions the pectoral/pelvic girdles producing movement to the upper and lower limbs. The two major groups of appendicular muscles consist of the muscles of the shoulders/upper limbs and the muscles of the pelvis/lower limbs…

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