General Practice 2022, December

What to do in case of COVID-19

What to do in case of COVID-19

Knowing what to do in cases where you have COVID-19 or if you suspect the infection is very important, not only to keep an eye on the evolution of the disease, but also to take measures to help prevent the transmission of the disease. coronavirus to others close to you, such as family and friends.

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Treatment for pneumonia: at home and in the hospital

Treatment for pneumonia: at home and in the hospital

Treatment for pneumonia should be carried out under the supervision of a general practitioner or a pulmonologist and is indicated according to the infectious agent responsible for the pneumonia, and is usually started in the hospital to prevent disease progression and transmission to other people.

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Oxímetro: what it is for and how to use it correctly

Oxímetro: what it is for and how to use it correctly

The oximeter is a small device that is usually placed on the tip of the finger and that allows measuring saturation, that is, the amount of oxygen circulating in the blood at a given moment. Usually, the oximeter is used whenever there is suspicion (or confirmation) of diseases that impair or interfere with the supply of oxygen in the body, such as heart disease, lung problems or neurological diseases, for example.

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PMS or pregnancy: how to differentiate the symptoms

PMS or pregnancy: how to differentiate the symptoms

The symptoms of PMS or pregnancy can be very similar and therefore some women may have difficulty distinguishing between them, especially when they have never been pregnant before. However, a symptom that is very suggestive that a woman is pregnant is the absence of menstruation and the presence of morning sickness that only occurs during pregnancy and is more intense in the first 3 months.

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First week of pregnancy: 5 symptoms that may arise

First week of pregnancy: 5 symptoms that may arise

During the first week of pregnancy the symptoms are still very subtle and few women can really understand that something is changing in their body. However, it is during the first days after fertilization that the greatest hormonal changes occur, as the body is no longer in a constant menstrual cycle.

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How many pounds can I gain during pregnancy?

How many pounds can I gain during pregnancy?

A woman can gain between 7 and 15 kg during the nine months or 40 weeks of pregnancy, depending on the weight she had before becoming pregnant. This means that a woman should gain around 2 kg in the first three months of pregnancy. As of the 4th month of pregnancy, a woman should gain, on average, 0.

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5 first symptoms of fecundationção

5 first symptoms of fecundationção

Symptoms of fertilization, such as abdominal pain and pinkish discharge, may be felt by some women in the first few days after the embryo attaches itself to the wall of the uterus, where it will develop during pregnancy. However, these signs tend to be very subtle and, therefore, many women do not even notice them, even when they are trying to identify some sign that indicates if they are pregnant.

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Best pregnancy test: from farmácia or blood?

Best pregnancy test: from farmácia or blood?

The pharmacy pregnancy test can be done from the 1st day of the missed period, while the blood test to know if you are pregnant can be done 12 days after the fertile period, even before the period is late. However, the pregnancy tests sold in the pharmacy have different sensitivity and therefore, when the test is negative, but the symptoms of pregnancy are present, it should be repeated after about 3 to 5 days, because the amount of hormone in the urine increases each day,

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How to take the farmácia pregnancy test correctly

How to take the farmácia pregnancy test correctly

The pregnancy test that you buy at the pharmacy and that you can do at home is quite reliable, as long as it is done correctly, that is, after the first day of missed period. This type of test measures the presence of beta hCG hormone in the urine, which is only produced when a woman is pregnant, and which increases during the first weeks of pregnancy.

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5 natural ways to relieve nausea during pregnancy

5 natural ways to relieve nausea during pregnancy

Sickness during pregnancy is a normal symptom and can be treated with simple, homemade measures such as chewing a piece of ginger, drinking lemonade or sucking on a lemon popsicle, for example. Generally, nausea is more frequent in the morning or may occur several times a day and be associated with vomiting.

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Yellow discharge in pregnancy: 7 causes and what to do

Yellow discharge in pregnancy: 7 causes and what to do

The presence of yellow discharge in pregnancy can be indicative of infections, such as candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis or chlamydia, for example, but it can also occur due to the leakage of the mucus plug or leakage of amniotic fluid.

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Heartburn in pregnancy: main causes and what to do to relieve

Heartburn in pregnancy: main causes and what to do to relieve

Heartburn is a burning sensation in the stomach area that can extend to the throat and is common in the second or third trimester of pregnancy, however some women may experience symptoms earlier. Heartburn in pregnancy is not serious and does not pose a risk to the mother or baby, although it is quite uncomfortable.

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What can be a stomachache in pregnancy (and what to do)

What can be a stomachache in pregnancy (and what to do)

Tummy pain in pregnancy can be caused by the growth of the uterus, constipation or gas, and can be relieved through a balanced diet, exercise or teas. However, it can also indicate more serious situations, such as ectopic pregnancy, placental abruption, preeclampsia or even miscarriage.

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Recuperação da cesáarea: protection and 10 tips to recover at home

Recuperação da cesáarea: protection and 10 tips to recover at home

For a quick recovery from the cesarean section it is important to drink about 2 to 3 liters of water a day, as well as prioritize a diet rich in proteins, vegetables and fresh fruits that will help in healing. Total recovery time from cesarean section varies from woman to woman.

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What can be a low belly in pregnancy?

What can be a low belly in pregnancy?

A low belly in pregnancy is more common during the third trimester, as a result of the baby increasing in size. In most cases, a low belly during pregnancy is normal and can be related to factors such as weakness of the muscles and ligaments of the belly, previous pregnancies, weight of the pregnant woman or approaching the time of delivery, for example.

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Gas in pregnancy: when to start and what to do

Gas in pregnancy: when to start and what to do

Excessive intestinal gas is a very common discomfort that can appear early in pregnancy and persist throughout pregnancy. This happens due to major hormonal changes, which lead to a relaxation of all body tissues, including the gastrointestinal system, which causes a decrease in bowel movements and, consequently, a greater accumulation of gases.

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Tampãmucosal: what é and how to know if já it went out

Tampãmucosal: what é and how to know if já it went out

The mucus plug is a substance produced by the body in the first months of pregnancy, which aims to prevent bacteria and other microorganisms from reaching the uterus and interfering with the development of the baby and the continuity of pregnancy.

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Sleeve gástrico: what é, advantages, risks and recoveryção

Sleeve gástrico: what é, advantages, risks and recoveryção

Gastric sleeve, also known as sleeve gastrectomy or sleeve gastrectomy, is a type of bariatric surgery that is performed with the aim of treating morbid obesity, consisting in the removal of the left part of the stomach, which causes that there is a decrease in the stomach's ability to store food.

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How many calories to eat per day (with online calculator)

How many calories to eat per day (with online calculator)

To know how many calories to consume per day, you must calculate the total daily caloric expenditure, which takes into account the energy that the body spends to maintain basic functions, such as breathing, brain function or heart rate, and the energy that is spent on “extra” activities done throughout the day, such as cooking, working, or exercising.

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Rubéola in pregnancy: what é, how to identify and possible complicationsções

Rubéola in pregnancy: what é, how to identify and possible complicationsções

Rubella is a relatively common disease in childhood that, when it appears in pregnancy, can cause malformations in the baby such as microcephaly, deafness or changes in the eyes. Thus, the ideal is that the woman takes the vaccine against the disease before becoming pregnant.

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Menstruaçãdelayed: 10 common causes (and what to do)

Menstruaçãdelayed: 10 common causes (and what to do)

Delayed menstruation is not always a sign of pregnancy, as other situations such as excessive stress, very strong emotions, hormonal changes or even excessive consumption of caffeine or alcoholic beverages, can lead to a delay in menstruation.

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Grálife can you take cephalexin?

Grálife can you take cephalexin?

Cefalexin is an antibiotic that may be indicated for the treatment of urinary infection, such as urethritis, cystitis, pyelitis during pregnancy. In addition, this medication is also indicated to treat respiratory infections, such as pharyngitis, sinusitis and bronchitis;

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Tough belly in pregnancy: what it can be and what to do (by trimester)

Tough belly in pregnancy: what it can be and what to do (by trimester)

A hard belly is a relatively common sensation during pregnancy, which can have different causes, depending on the trimester the woman is in and other symptoms she may have. Causes of a hard belly in pregnancy can range from a simple stretching of the abdomen muscles, common in early pregnancy, to labor contractions or a possible miscarriage, for example.

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Egg diet: how to do it (with 3-day cardápio)

Egg diet: how to do it (with 3-day cardápio)

The egg diet is based on consuming eggs in every main meal of the day, which increases the amount of protein in the diet, a nutrient that helps to decrease hunger before meals, reducing the amount of intake of food and promoting weight loss.

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Diet for hypertrophy and fat loss (with 3-day menu)

Diet for hypertrophy and fat loss (with 3-day menu)

To lose fat and gain muscle at the same time, it is necessary to practice physical activity daily and have a balanced diet, with an increase in the amount of protein and good fats. Physical exercise should be focused especially on strength exercises, such as weight training and crossfit, which will stimulate muscle mass gain.

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Does taking Furosemide make you lose weight?

Does taking Furosemide make you lose weight?

Furosemide is a drug with diuretic and antihypertensive properties, being indicated to treat mild to moderate high blood pressure and swelling due to heart, kidney and liver problems, for example. This medication can be used to lose weight due to its diuretic property, removing excess fluid from the body.

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Diet to lose até 5 kg in 2 weeks

Diet to lose até 5 kg in 2 weeks

To lose weight in 2 weeks, it is necessary to reduce daily calories, mainly by reducing the intake of industrialized foods and rich in carbohydrates such as cookies, French fries and soda, for example. But in order to lose weight it is necessary to increase the intake of fruits, vegetables and whole foods rich in fiber.

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Diet to lose weight in a he althy wayáable (with cardápio!)

Diet to lose weight in a he althy wayáable (with cardápio!)

To lose weight quickly and he althily, it is important that the person has he althy habits, which should include the practice of physical activity on a regular basis and that increase metabolism, and foods that also favor the functioning of the metabolism, being important that they are high in fiber, low in fat and sugar and low in calories.

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Chá of orange peel: what is it for and how to make it

Chá of orange peel: what is it for and how to make it

Orange peel tea is rich in vitamin C and flavonoids such as hesperidin and nobiletin, which contain antioxidant properties, strengthening the immune system and helping to prevent problems such as cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes and flu.

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8 best chás to lose weight and lose belly

8 best chás to lose weight and lose belly

There are some teas, such as ginger, hibiscus or turmeric, that help eliminate excess fluid from the body, control hunger and increase metabolism, for example, favoring weight loss and helping to lose the belly. Another good strategy to help with weight loss is to add thermogenic foods, such as cinnamon or cayenne pepper, to the diet, because they contain cinnamaldehyde and capsaicin, compounds that help speed up metabolism, favoring the burning of accumulated fat in the bo

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9 chás to dry the belly

9 chás to dry the belly

Some teas, such as green tea and ginger, have thermogenic properties that help speed up metabolism and eliminate toxins from the body, helping to dry the belly. In addition, some medicinal plants, such as artichoke and hibiscus, also have diuretic properties, eliminating excess fluid in the body and helping to deflate the belly.

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10 foods that help you lose weight (ráfast and he althyúde)

10 foods that help you lose weight (ráfast and he althyúde)

Foods that help you lose weight are those that improve intestinal transit, fight fluid retention, speed up metabolism or help you burn calories like watermelon, oatmeal and eggplant, for example. These foods should be consumed daily throughout the day, along with regular physical activity and a he althy diet low in sugar, sweets, fat, fried foods and processed foods.

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10 best exercises to lose weight

10 best exercises to lose weight

The best exercises to lose weight are those that burn a lot of calories in a short time, like running or swimming. But to lose weight efficiently and maintain the results, it is also essential to combine these with weight training exercises that must be performed at the gym, under the supervision of a physical trainer.

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Best appetite suppressants: natural and farmácia

Best appetite suppressants: natural and farmácia

Appetite suppressants, both natural and over-the-counter, work by making the feeling of satiety last longer or reducing the anxiety that appears when you are on a diet. Some examples of natural appetite suppressants are pear, green tea or oatmeal, while the main remedies include sibutramine, which is sold over the counter, or 5HTP, which is a natural supplement.

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Remédios to lose weight: from farmácia and natural

Remédios to lose weight: from farmácia and natural

During the weight loss process, the doctor or nutritionist may indicate, in addition to he althy eating and physical activity, the use of some medicine or natural remedy that is capable of accelerating metabolism, burning fat accumulated, inhibit the absorption of fat in the intestine, decrease appetite, control anxiety and/or combat fluid retention.

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Sucralose: é good or bad for he althúde?

Sucralose: é good or bad for he althúde?

Sucralose is an artificial sweetener made from natural sugar, present in fruits and vegetables, and which has the power to sweeten up to 600 times more than regular sugar. Sucralose has no calories and is widely used by the food industry to sweeten products such as soft drinks, cakes and juices.

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How to do a 2000 calorie diet (with cardápio)

How to do a 2000 calorie diet (with cardápio)

The 2000-calorie diet is a diet that is generally used by people who are overweight and who want to lose weight, as it promotes a decrease in calorie intake that stimulates the body to use body fat reserves, favoring weight loss. However, this diet can also be used by people who want to maintain their weight or gain weight.

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8 best exercises to lose belly fat fast

8 best exercises to lose belly fat fast

Exercises to lose belly fat are those of medium to high intensity, which increase the heart rate and strengthen the abdominal muscles, as this helps in burning fat and contributes to a better body contour. These types of exercises can be done at home 3 to 5 times a week and it is recommended that before starting, do 10 minutes of aerobic warm-up, such as jumping rope and jumping jacks.

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How to do a 1500 calorie diet (with cardápio)

How to do a 1500 calorie diet (with cardápio)

The 1500 calorie diet is a type of calorie-restricted diet that can be used by people who want to lose weight. This diet reduces the daily calorie intake, which makes the body use body fat as a source of energy, thus promoting weight loss. In addition to reducing the calorie intake of the diet, it is also important to have 6 meals distributed throughout the day, which should be in small portions and preferably include he althy foods.

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Egg fattening or slimming?

Egg fattening or slimming?

Egg contains high amounts of fat and calories, and therefore, when consumed in excess, it can be fattening. In addition, some preparations, such as fried eggs and scrambled eggs, contain more calories, because they are usually prepared with butter, or oil, increasing the amount of calories in the food and leading to weight gain However, eggs are also rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin D and high-quality proteins, which help to prolong satiety, decreasing the desire to ea

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