Generic Name: MORPHINE SULFATE LIPOSOMAL PF - INJECTION Pronounced: (MOR-feen SUL-fate LYE-poe-SOE-mal) Morphine Liposomal (PF) Epid Precautions
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serious breathing problems (e.g., severe asthma, respiratory
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certain bowel diseases (e.g., paralytic ileus)
intoxication with medications that depress the nervous system
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Although pregnancy can be a time of great joy and celebration, it can also be a period in a women’s life when she becomes concerned about a number of issues she never had to think about before.
Having a heart condition on top of all this can lead to particular concern, and you may be unsure if it’s safe to keep on exercising.
We know that exercise throughout our lifetime helps boost heart health, however it’s true to say that many women stop exercising during pregnancy. It is completely possible however, to continue doing some easy and safe heart healthy exercises throughout your pregnancy without risk to you or your baby.
Here are 5 simple and effective pregnancy exercises:
1. Walking Not only is walking one of the best cardiovascular exercises, it is also one of the safest exercises you can do while pregnant. The added bonus is you can keep it up right throughout your whole pregnancy.
2. Swimming? Swimming is wonderful for yo...
Throughout our lives, women and girls share information on when the best time of the month is to get pregnant, and when it is safe to be intimate without worrying about getting pregnant. But many of these theories are false and end up causing unwanted and unplanned pregnancies. The following are five common myths surrounding getting pregnant. Myth #1 – You cannot get pregnant if you are having your period. It is commonly thought that a woman is fertile and able to get pregnant between the 10 th and 17 th day of their cycle. According to this theory, it would not be possible to become pregnant during your period, which is the beginning of the monthly cycle. A study completed in 2000 by the National Institute of Environmental Sciences shows this is not necessarily true. Two percent of the women participating in the study entered their fertile cycle four days into their cycle and an additional 17% of the women became fertile by the seventh day. Sperm can live inside a woman...
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