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Working With My Doctor

When I found a weird lump behind one of my legs, I realized that I needed to get it checked out as soon as possible. Instead of waiting around forever to get it looked at, I made an appointment with my primary care physician right away. After a thoughtful inspection, he told me that I needed to have the mass biopsied. I was really nervous, but my doctor helped me to feel more calm. My blog is all about health care, including what your doctor can do for you. I know, that with this information, you can understand how to find the best care you have available to you.

Latest Posts

Four Immunization Tips For New Parents
11 August 2015

As a parent, ensuring that your child is healthy a

2 Suggestions For Managing Eczema
31 July 2015

Many children experience skin problems when they a

What Can You Do About Postpartum Incontinence?
22 July 2015

While pregnant, you can experience a host of sympt

Four Immunization Tips For New Parents

As a parent, ensuring that your child is healthy and happy is one of your number one priorities. One way to ensure that your child stays happy and healthy is to be sure that he or she is receiving regular immunizations. Here are four tips to help you as a new parent stay on top of your child's immunization record: Talk About Symptoms with a Pediatrician: Before your baby receives any immunizations, ask your pediatrician what symptoms you can expect. Read More 

2 Suggestions For Managing Eczema

Many children experience skin problems when they are born. Young babies and children have highly sensitive skin and may get rashes, dry patches and even eczema. Some of them will grow out of it, while others will continue to have problems throughout their life. Here are a couple things you need to know to manage eczema: 1. Determine If The Eczema is Food Related What many people do not understand is that eczema can be a symptom of a food allergy or food intolerance. Read More 

What Can You Do About Postpartum Incontinence?

While pregnant, you can experience a host of symptoms, including incontinence. Fortunately, most of them go away after childbirth. Continued incontinence after the birth of a baby though is not normal. If you are experiencing postpartum incontinence, here is what you need to know.  What Causes Postpartum Incontinence? The act of childbirth can place a great deal of stress on your pelvic floor muscles. During childbirth, your pelvic floor can become stretched and damage. Read More