Preparing for a vaginal birth after caesarian (VBAC)

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Many women who have had a previous caesarian section are eager to try and have a vaginal birth (VBAC) with their next birth, in order to limit the long recovery time and additional risks associated with a caesarian. Here are some steps you can take to make sure you maximise your chances of a successful VBAC.  Find a supportive obstetrician Some obstetricians are not eager to perform VBACs as they feel that there is an additional risk of uterine rupture.
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The Importance of Immunisations: 3 Dangers of Hepatitis B

Posted on: 28 August 2017

Hepatitis B is a blood-borne viral infection which affects the liver. Hepatitis B can be transmitted between people via unclean needles which are used during drug use, medical interventions or tattooing. Hepatitis B can also be transmitted via sexual intercourse. If you are not immunised against hepatitis B and you are infected, you could face a range of serious medical issues. There is no cure for a hepatitis B infection, although there are some treatment options which can help manage the condition.
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3 Medical Reasons You May Have Discoloured Teeth

Posted on: 25 August 2017

Many people are embarrassed about their yellow teeth, which they worry can make them look less attractive and make them look older than they are. However there are a range of medical conditions that can cause teeth yellowing that are out of your control.  High fevers during the time that teeth are forming If you have a high fever during your early years, while the teeth are still forming in the gums, this can lead to yellow teeth as an adult.
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