7 Signs of Possible Heart Failure

Every year, heart disease kills up to 18 million people of all ages. Heart disorders are often disguised as a slight indisposition or features of the body. Here is a list of the not always obvious symptoms that indicate possible heart disease. People who are overweight, with diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol level should be especially attentive to these signs. 

1. Chest Pain

Someone feels a slight pain, others may complain of pressure or burning pain. In any case, if you sometimes feel some unusual sensations in your chest, you need to go to the therapist as soon as possible and get an electrocardiogram and heart ultrasound. There is also good news, in 80–90% of cases, chest pain is not connected with heart problems. 

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Pain During Sex Can Be a Symptom of a Disease

The problem of painful sensations during sex in women used to be omitted by discussions. It’s a very delicate and somehow stigmatized subject because historically women weren’t encouraged to speak about their bodies aloud or tell their partners there’s something wrong in bed (in order not to put their masculinity under concern).

However, these days are the days of women’s empowerment and speaking free about women’s bodies is a very important part of it. This concerns their health – the warning symptoms women often are ashamed to speak about may be the signs of diseases that need treatment.

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How Running Affects Your Skin

What do you imagine when you hear the phrase “the risks of running”? Perhaps you think of the runner’s knee, heart attack or something similar. But we often forget about our skin which covers our entire body and is influenced by everything that we are involved in.

Running means spending a lot of time outdoors, under the sun and in motion. There are some benefits and risks for the runner’s skin. This concerns skin on different parts of the body. There are good news and bad news for runners. Let’s start with the good ones.

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Destroying the Myths About Cervical Ectropion

The cervical ectropion (also called ectopy or erosion although the last word isn’t correct) is among the most common reproductive health abnormalities in women of childbearing age. This disease, like many other gynecological diseases, can develop completely unnoticed by a woman. However, it can also show some symptoms, and sometimes they may be really annoying.

This condition is easy to misunderstand. Let’s discuss the most common myths about it and figure out what exactly is a cervical ectropion and what is important about it.

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How Soon You Can Get Pregnant Again?

As your baby is born, you have plenty of things to do and perhaps the last thing you would want is to double them. However, there are enough mothers who are quite okay with the idea that they can get pregnant again very soon. People are different, each decision deserves respect. But the information about the next pregnancy right after labor will be equally relevant for both types of novice mothers.

Is It Really Impossible to Conceive While You Breastfeed?

It is believed that you can’t conceive when you are breastfeeding. This idea has scientifically approved ground. You can thank prolactin for this. This hormone is responsible for your lactation. It starts producing when you are pregnant to get your body prepared for this vital process. It is known to oppress ovulation.

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Is Dental Implant Surgery Painful?

You will have a procedure for implantation of the tooth, and you are worried if it is painful?

To understand this, you need to understand what stages of implantation you will go through.

For classical implantation, we can name such basic stages:

  1. Your dentist will implant an artificial root – a titanium screw. It is implanted into the bone tissue. To do this, the doctor cuts the gum, opens a part of the bone tissue and drills a hole in the bone according to the size of the implant. For this, he will use special drills. The place of manipulation will be intensively irrigated with saline solution to prevent overheating of the bone. Then a titanium implant is screwed into the bone and the gum is sutured.
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Amalgam Fillings Pros And Cons

All of us know that the mirrors are made with amalgam but not everyone knows that it is successfully used in dentistry too. It is a part of the special composition for fillings. The mercury and silver alloy are mixed as a plastic mass that hardens inside the tooth cavity. This alloy also contain other metals like zinc, tin and copper. The amalgam appears as the result of the chemical reaction.

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Dental Implants And Diabetes

There are many discussions about the possibilities to have dental implants for the people who suffer from diabetes. There are as many good results of the successful assimilation of the implants as the examples of various problems with dental implants. The specialists of different medicine fields – orthodontists, endocrinologists, tooth surgeons – express contradictory opinions. In any case, there is no doubt that if a patient with diabetes decides to set up dental implants, it is a big risk.

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Greenish Vaginal Discharge

A woman’s organism is a complicated system. The changes in one sphere of it bring changes in its entire work. On noticing any strange or discomfort symptoms, the first thing you need do is visit the doctor. Today we are going to speak about abnormal vaginal discharge of greenish shade that often bring fear to women. What does such pathology mean?

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What Are Dental Retainers?

Dental retainer is the means of special correction treatment that help achieve the final result of the orthodontic treatment. Let us see why it is necessary and why braces are not enough. We all know that a tooth has a crown and a root. We can see the crown, but we normally cannot see the root if it is not baring because of some disease. The jaw is the bone, so naturally the tooth root is surrounded by the bone tissue. But the tooth has no hard fixation on it. There is a little space between the tooth and the bone, the so-called periodontal hole. It contains the ligaments that hold the tooth on its place, and also nerves and vessels that provide it with nutritive elements.

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