Some Solutions to Common Problems During Pregnancy  Eat dry crackers, toast or cereal before getting up or when feeling sick.  Drink water between meals but not during meals.  Eat or drink products that contain ginger.  Over-the-counter medications like Emetrol and Benadryl (25-50mg) can help – use as directed.  Congestion may be relieved by using Vicks Vapor Rub and/or a cool mist vaporizer in your room  Over-the-counter Sudafed (plain) can relieve congestion – use as directed.  Over-the-counter Robitussin (plain) can relieve coughing – use as directed.  Extra Strength Tylenol can help overall body aches – 2 tablets every 4 hours as needed.  If you do not have a thermometer, please buy one now. It is important to be able to check your temperature and call us if it reads 101 F or above.  Drink fluids between meals not during meals.  Avoid drinking fluids before bedtime.  Avoid carbonated and caffeinated beverages.  Avoid greasy, fatty and spicy foods and chocolate.  Eat 5-6 small meals throughout the day rather than 3 large meals.  Tums, Rolaids, Mylanta, and Maalox can help relieve heartburn – use as directed.  Don’t lie down right after eating.  Wear nursing pads or cut a pantiliner in half and place in your bra to absorb the fluid.  It is normal for your breasts to leak fluid even during early pregnancy. You should contact your health care provider if the fluid is bloody or brownish.  Limit fluid intake before bedtime. Drink plenty of fluids at other times of day.  If burning with urination and urgency is present, talk to your health care provider for possible  Lie down at least once a day to rest.  Exercise each day – Walking for 30 minutes, swimming and/or prenatal yoga all help you breathe better and increases your energy levels.
 Eat raw fruits, vegetables, prunes, and whole grain or bran cereals.  Exercise helps bowel movements stay regular. Walking is very good exercise.  Drink at least two quarts of fluid daily.  A cup of hot water three times a day helps bowel movements stay regular.  The following can be helpful if medication is needed: Colace (a stool softener), Metamucil, or Citracel – use as directed. If unsuccessful, try Peri-Colace, Ducolax or milk of magnesia – use as directed.  Try to keep bowel movements regular. (See tips above to help reduce constipation.)  Take short rests with hips lifted on a pillow.  Practice the Kegal Exercise (clenching and unclenching of pelvic muscles).  Preparation HC and Anusol HC can help relieve hemorrhoidal symptoms – use as directed.  Move around rather than standing in one place too long.  Use a foot stool to elevate your feet.  Keep your knees higher than your hips.  Use the Pelvic Rock Exercise. (Ask your physician to demonstrate/explain)  Extra Strength Tylenol can help backaches – 2 tablets every 4 hours as needed.  Do not use vaginal sprays, powders, or feminine hygiene products.  Do not use colored or perfumed toilet paper.  Wear cotton panties or ones with a cotton crotch.  Avoid panty hose and tight fitting pants.  If these hints do not help, ask your health care provider about the continued  Get up slowly when you have been lying or sitting down.  Report any dizziness to your health care provider.  You may use support hose but put them on lying down.  Elevate your feet when you sit down.  Change positions (i.e. if you are sitting, stand up. If you are standing, sit down).  Point toes upward while pressing down on kneecap.  Use a heating pad or hot water bottle.  Get adequate potassium (i.e. orange juice, bananas, dark green veggies)  Extra Strength Tylenol can help overall body aches – 2 tablets every 4 hours as needed. Increased Secretions (mucous in nose/throat/mouth)  Check with your health care provider.  Lie on your left side for thirty minutes 3-4 times a day.  Increase water intake, decrease carbonated beverages and salt.  Eat three servings of protein daily.  Call your health care provider to inform them of the fluid retention. They may want to see  Brush gently with a soft toothbrush twice a day and floss daily.  Drink orange juice and eat foods high in vitamin C.  Change your position and your activity. If it is true labor, the cramping will not stop.  You may feel true contractions more in your back.  BRATT diet: bananas, rice, applesauce, tea, and toast.  Increase water to avoid dehydration.  Over-the-counter Imodium AD – use as directed.  If Imodium does not work, Lomotil can be prescribed.


Material safety data sheet

3 October 2012 SAFETY DATA SHEET Section 1: IDENTIFICATION of CHEMICAL PRODUCT and COMPANY Product Name: Maxalac LC Intramammary Antibiotic Product Code: Recommended Use: An intramammary infusion to treat mastitis in lactating cows. Company Identification: Address: Customer Centre: National Poisons Information Centre: Emergency Telephone

08.23.12 I am pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Dean’s Publication and Mentorship Prize, an award valued at $10,000. The purpose of the award is to promote research excellence among our faculty members and to support graduate students and post doctoral fellows in their research endeavours. By rewarding excel ence in research and education we ensure our cont

© 2010-2018 PDF pharmacy articles