DISEASES DANGEROUS TO PREGNANCY
Women who have the following disorders should avoid becoming pregnant unless they have their doctor’s approval:
Kidney disease, especially Bright’s disease and chronic pyelitis
Some of these illnesses can be cured completely. Others, if they are not too severe or can be controlled, will not necessarily endanger the life of the mother or baby. Even heart disease does not, in many instances, constitute too serious a problem if proper care is taken. But only a doctor can decide whether pregnancy will be dangerous in each individual case.
I feel it is most unfair to bring a child into the world if the mother is mentally ill. In most cases, it is scarcely less unfair to do so if the father is suffering from serious emotional illness. Also, I very much doubt the wisdom of having children if they are apt to inherit a disease that may make their lives miserable. Fortunately, such diseases are very rare, and there is, of course, the possibility that a cure will be found for them. I am thinking, for example, of haemophilia, the bleeding disease that is disabling and often fatal.
- NOT A CURE FOR SEXUAL PROBLEMS – INSTANCE
- WHAT’S GOING ON IN YOUR SUIT PANTS? UNCROSS YOUR LEGS
- PHYSICAL DEFECTS AND CHARACTERISTICS: IMPOTENCE
- BACKACHE WITH WEAKNESS: DESCRIPTION AND POSSIBLE MEDICAL PROBLEMS
- OTHER NONMARITAL COITUS: EXTRAMARITAL AND POSTMARITAL PETTING
- BREAST CANCER: WHAT KIND OF SUPPORT DO YOU NEED?
- SELF-HELP PREVENTION FOR VARIOUS CONDITIONS: ACNE
- BODY SIGNAL ALERT URINATION, DIFFICULTY IN
- DIABETES – AUTO-IMMUNE DISORDER
- PREVENTING MISCARRIAGES: SMOKING AND ALCOHOL
- Anti Depressants-Sleeping Aid
- Cardio & Blood-Cholesterol
- General health
- Healthy bones Osteoporosis Rheumatic
- Men's Health-Erectile Dysfunction
- Pain Relief-Muscle Relaxers
- Women's Health