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Loss of pregnancy

Loss of pregnancy Question:

- I have been pregnant 2 times so far and I lost both pregnancies through contractions at 3.5 months of pregnancy. I would like to know what to do so that I do not lose any more and the one who has just appeared: I have 1 month of pregnancy. In fact, I felt extremely bad during the other tasks, I didn't eat anything at all and I was lying in bed like dead. I couldn't even talk, was it because of the lack of vitamins in the body or any other cause?

Answer:

First of all, you have to go to an obstetrician doctor, in order to show that you are pregnant (it would be best to get there after a visit to the family doctor's office).

After confirming the pregnancy and taking into account, a first set of analyzes is established, first of all the ones considered usual, which establish a starting point regarding your health status and the product of conception at the beginning of the gestational period.

For the most part, these investigations are free, if they are found on the indication prescribed by the family doctor, following the medical letter given by the obstetrician doctor.

Depending on the state of health, the history of your illnesses, the environment in which you coexist and the other data resulting as a result of the anamnesis carried out during the periodic specialized consultations, you may establish the opportunity to carry out additional tests, to establish a prophylactic therapeutic conduct or curative, from case to case.

In general, many obstetricians supplement the intake of vitamins for pregnant women, but this decision will be taken by the obstetrician doctor who is in charge of monitoring the evolution of your pregnancy.

Careful monitoring of pregnancy evolution by trained instructors in this regard can prevent or treat any unwanted episodes from pregnancy evolution. Good health!

Dr. Ciprian Pop-Began
- Obstetrics and Gynecology - Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics-Gynecology Prof. Dr. Panait Sarbu

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In the decade since I began to write on the subject, I have seen increasing transparency about pregnancy and infant loss. (A rainbow pregnancy is a pregnancy that follows a loss). Women who are pregnant again following a loss may feel superstitious about celebrating. They may feel as though too much joy will invite jinx.

To this I add two things. The first, joy can be intermingled with grief in these circumstances. The second, I know you don’t believe me but I’ll state here for the record that there is no jinx in pregnancy.

Recently, a writer friend of mine came across an article about blessing ways. Blessing ways are one alternative to more traditional baby showers. Although the ceremony is in no way loss-specific, it does lend itself to loss and remembrance because it celebrates the strength and often non-linear journey to motherhood that many women experience. (Disclaimer: The blessing way is a Navajo ceremony and I am no expert. Quite probably, the blessing ways I have had were merely inspired by the Navajo tradition and I offer true and humble thanks for this cultural marker).

During a blessing way, women gather with their (usually female) friends and family to prepare for her coming birth. The celebration varies according to the women there – she may want her hair brushed, her body adorned with paint, beads, or flowers, or to hear joyous stories of birth and parenting from her loved ones. She may want to relax and get a message, share special food, to make a meaningful craft, or to light a candle.

The beauty of a blessing way is that it honors the mother and the child and the journey towards this union. The path can be long and arduous for many different reasons. A blessing way is one way to keep the focus on the mother as she journeys through her own process of self-definition, to pregnancy, to motherhood.

My post-loss blessing ways were everything to me. It celebrated a community of women. It honored all my children. It honored me. It was multi-faceted and candle-lit. The scent of burning sage crept into the room. Women read poems, or said words. They gave me beads and I made a necklace from them. They wrote on my arms with henna.

Blessing ways are a beautiful ceremony for any baby – to be clear, they are not loss-specific. But, also to be clear, they do lend themselves to post-loss pregnancies because they are wholly inclusive. At my post-loss blessing way, it was easy to talk about and remember my baby who had died and this allowed me to feel less divided. I could never forget him, but so too did I want to honor the baby who was coming. There is an elasticity to a blessing way that allows for just this kind of beautiful and crushing nuance.

Blessing ways are about the process of mothering and nurturing at any stage. They celebrate a journey more than they do a result. For more information on how to host a blessing way visit this link for information and ideas.

October is National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month. This remembrance is an important way to honor the experiences of women and men who lose pregnancies or infants.

Cautiously expecting after baby loss? Try this support group

Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.



Musical names: Jazz, Aria, Aïda, Shadiya, Ron ...

The music ? A source of inspiration for your baby's name! Jazz, Aria, Aida, Shadiya, Ron: origin, meaning, date of celebration ... let yourself be rocked by this range of musical names.

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Jazz

  • First name mixed.
  • Of American origin, the first name refers to integrity and idealism.
  • Rare, it has been rising for ten years. It is the name that Valérie Bègue, miss France 2008, and the swimmer Camille Lacourt chose for their daughter born on October 20th, 2012.
  • His party : no known holiday date.
  • Its derivatives: Jazia, Jazon.

Aria

  • First name mixed.
  • Aria means in Italian an air of music. It's a rare name.
  • One of the characters in the Games of Throne series is Arya Starck.
  • His party : no known holiday date. Why not September 18 with Ariane?
  • Its derivative: Arya.

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Meaning of the name Selim. Name for boys

Meaning of the name Selim. Name for boys

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Are you pregnant and looking for the ideal name for your baby? Our name finder has thousands of names for boys to help you in this important choice. We highlight the name in the dictionary of meaning of names: Selim.

History of the name Selim

Variant of Salim. Several sultans have carried this name between the 16th and 18th centuries.

Meaning of name Selim

Origin of the name Selim

Arab

Famous people with the name Selim

  • Saint Theodard, bishop in the 7th century

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Greeks

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Originally, Orpheus is a masculine given name. Orpheus was the greatest poet and musician of ancient Greece. Thanks to his lyre, gift of Apollo, this Greek hero undertook to leave Eurydice from hell. Alas he lost her forever by looking at her before crossing the door of the underworld. No feast date known.

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When to take our son to the psychologist

Going to the psychologist has changed a lot in recent times, now it is not only when there is a serious pathology or a mental health problem. More and more people come to the office to solve an anxiety crisis or problems at work.

In the child-adolescent area, the most common reasons why parents bring their children to us for consultation is because of behavior problems, because they lack social skills, they become nervous and somatized or because they have school difficulties. Not all cases are classified as pathological, many times they only need an orientation.

Going to the psychologist does not imply that there has to be a mental health problem. We prepare a lot at an academic level to do a certain job, and for one of the most important facets of our life "being parents", we hardly receive training. Psychologists often act as a family coach, and we advise parents on how to approach and how to solve their children's problems at all levels, both when there is a clinical diagnosis, and when making decisions regarding the children's education , or about stressful moments in everyday life.

Many times what parents tell us after having received our help is that with clear and concrete advice they have gained quality on a day-to-day basis and that they get their children to carry out their daily tasks with much less effort than before, and on all without the emotional wear and tear to which they were subjected.

1. If we see that our child has a hard time, that he suffers, that he is not happy and does not enjoy his day to day, to the point of not wanting to leave the house or be with other people.

2. When the emotional exhaustion at home is very high and generates behavior problems such as getting the child to obey, study ... With the help of a psychologist, it is certain that it can be improved.

3. When children have learning disabilities; They are not doing well in school, we observe that it is difficult for them to learn, that they do not focus on class or when doing homework ... We must not wait until school failure has occurred and the child is failing or that go to repeat course.

4. When the child has difficulty relating to others, he is extremely shy and withdrawn. Ideally, ask for help soon, so it will be easier to start a reeducation of learning.

5. When the fear that the child may have overpowers him, that is, it persists for a long time and ends up causing anxiety situations.

Silvia Álava Sordo, Psychologist
Director of the Children's Area of ​​the Álava Reyes Consultores Psychology Center
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Story

Bolt (voiced by John Travolta) has been trained to believe that he is a crime-fighting dog with super powers. In reality he is a canine actor who has lived on a television set since he was a puppy. He thinks that his young owner Penny (Miley Cyrus) lives under constant threat from a mad scientist, the evil green-eyed Dr Calico (Malcolm McDowell), and his equally evil cats. Week after week, Bolt manages to save Penny from kidnap by using what he thinks are super powers.

When network executive Mindy (Karl Wahlgren) orders that the show's consistently happy endings should be changed, the Director (James Lipton) ends one episode with Dr Calico successfully capturing Penny. Wanting to save her, Bolt escapes from his trailer into the real world. After a comedy of errors, he ends up being trapped in a packing container and accidentally shipped from Los Angeles to New York.

Still believing that he has super powers, Bolt sets off to track down and rescue Penny from the evil Dr Calico. He is assisted in his travels across the country by a stray cat named Mittens (Susie Essman) and a feisty hamster named Rhino (Mark Walton).

Themes

Super powers; crime

Violence

This film contains scenes depicting peril, action adventure, cartoon action violence, threats of violence and intimidation, slapstick violence and recklessness. Examples include the following:

  • During the filming of a scene, Dr Calico threatens Penny's father, saying that he will 'Spill his guts one way or another'.
  • As part of a film scene, a car tries to run Penny down, but Bolt charges the car, head-butting it and causing it to flip over and land on its roof. The man inside the car appears unharmed. Bolt then latches onto the rear of the car, hanging the car over a bridge while threatening the driver to get information.
  • During a film scene, Penny is chased by villains riding motor bikes, flying helicopters and driving cars. Penny rides a motorised scooter in a reckless manner through busy traffic and crowded streets. Several bikes, cars and helicopters crash and are destroyed during the chase.
  • During the filming of a scene, we see motorcyclists with electrified steel claws that they use to attack Penny. On several occasions, the men electrocute their own team members or themselves by accident.
  • Bolt wrestles an explosive device from one of the bad guys and attaches it to a helicopter. The helicopter explodes and crashes to the ground.
  • Bolt uses his laser beam eyes to shoot a helicopter out of the sky.
  • During the filming of a scene, Bolt uses his super bark, which has the power of a nuclear explosion. It destroys hundreds of cars, motorbikes and helicopters.
  • Two cats taunt Bolt, telling him, 'She's (Penny) a goner, then he will execute her'.
  • Bolt pries steel bars apart with his paws. Bolt uses his paw to knock out a guard with a karate chop to the back of the neck, and uses his laser beam vision to cause a guard's gun to explode.
  • Mittens the cat threatens a pigeon, using her claws to scare the pigeon and telling him he must hand over all of his food.
  • Bolt grabs Mittens by her throat and pins her against a rubbish bin, demanding that she tell him where Penny is. Later, Bolt holds Mittens by the scruff of her neck and dangles her over a high bridge with cars speeding underneath. Later Bolt uses his paws to pin Mittens to the ground.
  • During several scenes, Bolt keeps Mittens restrained by tying her to the end of a dog lead. He drags Mittens along the ground and Mittens slams headfirst into a mail box and is knocked unconscious for a short time.
  • Bolt cuts his paw and wonders what the red liquid (blood) is.
  • Bolt and Mittens are captured by a dog catcher, who lassoes the pair and throws them into the back of a van. We then see the pair in prison-like cells at the local dog pound.
  • While attempting to break Bolt and Mittens out of the dog pound, Rhino the hamster talks about breaking a guard's neck. We see Rhino inside a plastic exercise ball that is held in the jaws of a large dog. The ball is slippery with the dog's saliva and is shot across the room to hit a man in the head, knocking him unconscious. A second guard slips on saliva and falls on his back. While Bolt and his friends are escaping from the dog pound, a gas cylinder on a truck explodes in a ball of fire, and a woman sprays mace into a man's eyes.
  • During filming, a real fire breaks out and Penny is left tied and dangling from a rope while the building is engulfed in flames. We see Penny coughing and blackened with soot, and people running from a burning collapsing building. Rhino tries to go into the burning building saying, 'It is a good day to die', but he is picked up by a fire fighter and kept safe. Bolt charges into the burning building with props exploding all around and searches for Penny, who is now pinned under a beam of wood with the fire fast approaching. Bolt drags Penny through the flames but Penny slumps to the ground and tells him to go. Bolt is unwilling to leave Penny's side and lies down next to her. Bolt's bark is heard by fire fighters who rescue Penny from the flames. We do not see the rescue, but see Penny lying on a stretcher in an ambulance with Bolt lying next to her.
  • During the filming of a scene, we see Penny lying in a hospital bed with her face wrapped in bandages and a doctor telling her that her face had to be completely reconstructed. We see Dr Calico standing next to the bed holding a menacing looking syringe. Before Dr Calico can take any action with the syringe, a hole is blown through the ceiling by an alien spaceship and Penny and Bolt are sucked up into the space ship.

Content that may disturb children

Under 5

In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, there are some scenes in this movie that could scare or disturb children under the age of five, including the following:

  • Dr Calico is a tall menacing character. One of his eyes is coloured green with a cat-like pupil, and he usually has a cat sitting on top of each of his shoulders. Dr Calico continually tries to harm Penny.
  • Dr Calico's henchmen ride motor bikes, wear black clothing and black helmets, and have long sharp cat-like claws on the ends of their fingers. The claws send bolts of electricity flying out the end.
  • There are scenes where Bolt and Mittens are placed in danger.
  • Bolt is distressed after having seen Penny pat another dog that she thinks is Bolt, telling the dog how much she has missed him.

From 5-8

Children in this age group may also be disturbed by the scenes mentioned above.

Over 8

Younger children in this age group may also be scared or disturbed by some of the images and scenes described above. Children closer to the age of ten should be better able to cope.

Sexual references

None of concern

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

None of concern

Nudity and sexual activity

None of concern

Product placement

None of concern

Coarse language

This movie contains some mild coarse language and put-downs.

Ideas to discuss with your children

Bolt is a fast-paced animated adventure film that is clever, witty and entertaining for both children and adults. The film does contain some scenes of animals and children in danger, which may distress younger viewers.

The main messages from this movie are:

  • We do not have to have super powers in order to do heroic deeds.
  • If you do right, no matter the obstacles, the impossible can become the possible.
  • Never abandon a friend or someone you love in time of need.

Values in this movie that you might wish to reinforce with your children include loyalty, perseverance and selflessness. No matter how difficult things became, Bolt never gives up searching for Penny, and he risks his life to protect her.

This movie could also give you the opportunity to discuss with your children attitudes and behaviours, and their real-life consequences, such as Penny's dilemma. She is torn between her duty to the film studio and her desire to take Bolt home and treat him like a regular dog. Parents may wish to discuss the consequences of each choice - who would be affected, and how.


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