A Guide To The Use Of Arterial Ligation And Nerve Decompression Surgeries For Migraines
14 July 2017
Given that research suggests that more than 37 million people in the United States suffer from migraines and as many as three million of those persons experience at least one migraine a month, it's obvious that standard medical treatment isn't always sufficient. When medications, such as those in the triptan family, pain meds, anti-depressants, etc. aren't providing adequate, consistent relief, it's a good idea to speak with your physician about surgical interventions. Two common migraine surgeries are arterial ligation and nerve decompression, both of which are explained below.
3 Signs You Should Schedule A Pelvic Exam
23 June 2017
If you are like many women, you might not schedule appointments with your gynecologist quite as frequently as you should. To ensure that you are in good health, however, it is important to see your OB/GYN occasionally. These are a few signs that you should consider calling and making an appointment for a pelvic exam.
1. Sex is Painful
Sex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience. If you find that you experience more pain than pleasure when having intercourse, there could be a physical issue at play.
Opening A Convenience Store
28 February 2017
Making money from your own business is one of the best ways to make large amounts of money. However, the type of business that you choose to run and the popularity of your products will play a major role in your success. If you want to start a business, you should consider opening a convenience store, as they are needed no matter where you live. In this article, you will learn a few things that can help you move forward with opening a convenience store and have success.
Reasons to Take CPR Classes
18 January 2017
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is used when a person undergoes cardiac arrest or stops breathing. When this occurs, oxygen fails to circulate through the blood and to the brain and other organs. CPR includes chest compressions for "restarting" the heart, clearing the airway, and providing breath for the victim to help restart breathing. Those already in medical school are probably quite familiar with CPR. However, people of the general public may not understand the significance of CPR.