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Yes Doctor,Thats my ankle.I'm 5 ft 7 inches,female.My weight is 75 kgs now because of my kidney transplant,having steroids and immuno suppressing drugs. But my ideal weight is 65 kgs.I had a kidney transplant 1.9 yrs back.As of now I'm not having any tablets for my ankle.My pain is little better because of the "orthotic arch support footwear " and moving a tennis ball up and down under my feet as an exercise.I DONT want to take injections.
FAct remains is that more and more drs are turning to c-sections and interventions for sake of their own time and insurance. This is effecting maternal and fetal death rates! It is affecting rates of premature babies. Dr's are doing more routin C-sections as apposed to VBACS. The maternal death rates lowered in the 90's when they did more VBACS now has gotten higher again. It is the same since the 70's! Now with all the 'New technoligy" as dr's put it we should be better but we are not.
The first time I was traveling in China with a large tour group (no ill effects, my travel partner let me sleep it off and the next day I was fine) (the hotel doctor spoke no English). The second time I was visiting my father in a nursing home in Calif. I was taken by ambulance to hospital kept for three days and given many tests(MRI,CAT,spinal tap). No neurelogical problems were discovered.The DMV would not allow me to drive for a year unless I was taking a drug for epilepsy.
It's about not being confident that you don't need the men in their white coats to do their interventions and tests on you, pushing their drugs and rules on you. I don't mean make anyone mad, I just want to inform people that we are all duped by society into thinking birth is unsafe and needs constant monitoring. No, animals give birth in the wild with nothing, they have no inhibitions about birth and therefore are fine.
I was nursing for the first full year I had my IUD in, which helped contribute to not having an af. Once I weaned, my period returned, but was extremely light, literally a few days of spotting. When I got it removed, my cycle stayed the same.
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