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  • Breast Feeding Essay examples

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    Their data suggest that prolactin concentration might provide a sensitive index of the return of menstruation and fertility during lactation. According to their model, serum prolactin concentration at any week after delivery is dependent on:- 1. Some fixed early perinatal rate of decline in concentration. 2. The number of weeks that unsupplemented

  • If Mommy Was Breastfeed Essay

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    If Mommy is sick, can she breastfeed? When you are sick, you and your baby will almost always benefit from continuing to breastfeed. There are very few illnesses that require a mother to stop nursing. Since most illnesses are caused by viruses that are most contagious before you even realize you are sick, your baby has already been exposed before you even develop symptoms (such as fever, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, runny nose, cough, etc). Continuing to breastfeed will help protect your baby from the

  • The Case of Ms. Blum: Depression, Migraines or PMS

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    pharmacy with an improvement in depression symptoms. She states that her periods have become irregular. She has begun to exercise regularly and tried, unsuccessfully, to quit smoking. Laboratory work for Ms. Blum shows an elevated level of serum prolactin and no masses or pituitary enlargement. Hypotheses 1. Depression: Ms. Blum first comes to the pharmacy explaining that lately it has been very hard to focus on her work and complete the writing for her dissertation. She also recently broke up with

  • Overproduitary Adenomas Research Paper

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    encompasses around half of all pituitary adenomas and causes an elevation in prolactin levels, as well as Acromegaly, a growth hormone secreting tumor, and Cushing disease which causes the overproduction of cortisol. Prolactinomas allow for the overproduction of prolactin within the body. In a normal healthy individual, prolactin levels are controlled by the neurotransmitter dopamine which inhibits the formation of prolactin.

  • Case Study Of Beta HCG Quant : Is : R / O Pregnancy

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    and baseline electrolytes; cost $14.77 (Epocrates, 2016). (5). Prolactin level if the patient reported period of (>35-day cycles) oligomenorrhea or galactorrhea is (-) for hyperprolactinemia; cost $27.08 (Epocrates, 2016). High prolactin levels have a higher association with amenorrhea but without knowing the full history this is a possible lab to obtain. (6) NAAT urine: Chlamydia/Gonorrhea is (-) to r/o infection if

  • The Analysis : Lactation And Breastfeeding

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    Lactation & Breastfeeding Milk is well adapted to the special needs of each species. Human milk is ideally suited to the needs of human infant. A recent study of more than 10,000 new born babies published in the American Journal “Paediatrics” has shown that if all babies start breast feeding within one hour, pre-natal deaths will be reduced by 22%. Babies have been dependent on his mother’s milk for survival. Although, the cow’s milk began to be used as a domestic animal 5000 years ago, less than

  • Persuasive Essay On Breast Cancer

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    breast cancer Being pregnant or breastfeeding are really common causes of normal nipple discharge. Breasts are made to produce milk, so it's only expected that discharge can be normal. Some hormone changes, such as high prolactin, can also cause nipple discharge. High prolactin can sometimes be a side effect of some antipsychotic medications, such as Risperidone.

  • Benefits Of Breastfeeding Your Baby

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    Benefits of Breastfeeding What are the benefits of mothers breastfeeding their baby? A mother breastfeeding her baby is the excellent nutrition only a mother can give for her baby and adds benefits for mother too. Breastfeeding requires practice and patience. Breast milk is also easier for a baby to digest than formula.With a little encouragement, practice, motivation, and patience, a mother will ace the skill of breastfeeding. There are many great benefits in breastfeeding your baby because there

  • Tingzan's 'Bonding With Your Baby Through Breastfeeding'

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    Veronica Tingzan is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) who attained her degree through the University of California, San Diego in the year 2005. Now, aside from being a mother, she works for two San Diego hospitals as a lactation consultant. In her article “Bonding with your Baby through Breastfeeding,” she discusses the relationship that is formed between mother and child during the process of breastfeeding. When mothers breastfeed, they are providing nourishment to the

  • Signs and Symptoms of Gigantism Essay

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    Introduction Biology mainly concentrates on the study of life and any other factors that affect it positively or negatively. The study of biology is further sub-divided into sections and the most important being genetics that studies the genetically composition and effects to human life. For instance, gigantism which is an abnormal growth caused by the excess hormone growth at childhood before the bone plates closes. Though gigantism is rare, it is caused due to some factors among them; Noncancerous