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Facts on Normal Childbirth After a Caesarean section

There are various reasons that might make you choose to give birth normally after a cesarean section. This is called vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). Well, the following facts can be used as guidelines for those of you who plan to give birth that way. If you've had a cesarean before, your chance to feel the 'pleasure' of a normal delivery may still be there. Even so, not all women can do it and there are still risks that might occur while in the delivery room. The following are some facts about VBAC that you need to know about: Fact 1: Signs you are the right candidate Almost all women who have had a cesarean are a good candidate for a normal delivery. The following are the criteria that you must meet if you want to do the VBAC procedure: Your pelvis is large, allowing your baby to pass safely. The size or weight of a normal baby. The position of the normal baby in the womb, namely the head at the bottom of the uterus. The incision line of caesarean section in
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Red spots on the eyes due to subconjunctival bleeding, this is the cause and cure

Have you ever looked in the mirror and seen red spots on your eyes? Or someone else is letting you know, but you don't feel anything in your eyes. Maybe you have subconjunctival bleeding. To understand the causes of conjunctival bleeding and how to treat it, consider the following explanation. The conjunctiva is a thin and transparent layer that covers the white part of the eye (sclera) and the eyelid. In the outer layer of this eyeball there are many nerves and small blood vessels. The blood vessels in the conjunctiva of the eye are very fragile and break easily. When it ruptures, this is called subconjunctival bleeding. Although it often does not cause complaints other than red spots on the eye, subconjunctival bleeding sometimes causes discomfort or wedge in the eye. But usually, this condition is not accompanied by visual impairment. Causes of Subconjunctival Bleeding The cause of subconjunctival bleeding is sometimes not clearly known. However, there are several conditio

How to Prevent Breast Cancer Turns Easy

Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in women. In fact, this disease is also one of the leading causes of death of women. In Indonesia, there are an estimated 350,000 women with breast cancer. But don't worry too much, there are many ways to prevent breast cancer that you can try on your own. Healthy living habits, such as consuming more fruits, avoiding alcoholic drinks, and actively exercising can help prevent breast cancer. As a First Step, Know the Risk of Breast Cancer Please note that there are risks associated with breast cancer that cannot be avoided, for example being born as a woman, genetic factors, and reaching a certain age. Let's discuss them one by one. Genetic factors Can not be denied, genetic factors are very influential on the possibility of breast cancer. This factor contributes to the disease by 5-10 percent. However, there are also patients with breast cancer who have no family history of similar diseases. This means that env