When you get a bad sliver in your finger or foot, you can often get it out yourself with a pair of tweezers, a tiny needle, and perhaps also a magnifying glass. Self-care might be your first approach, but if you struggle to remove the sliver, it isn't something to ignore. Even though the average sliver isn't a serious health risk, it can be uncomfortable, and there may be a chance that it gets infected, too.
Neurosurgery has come a long way from cutting open a person's skull to repair what is inside. In fact, there are a lot of brain surgeries conducted by neurosurgeons that involve entering the brain in other ways. Here are just a few examples. An Opening in an Artery or Vein In this type of surgery, the surgeon opens an artery or vein, usually in the upper arm, neck, or thigh. The blood vessel is clamped off to prevent excessive bleeding.
Your skin serves as a barrier to protect your body from extreme temperatures, infection, and even radiation. You can sustain damage to your skin when you suffer injuries such as punctures and penetrating wounds or lacerations as well as other types of skin wounds. Some wounds are easily addressed with cleansing and dressing applications, but some wounds that you suffer must be skilfully covered to avoid the development of bacterial growth and other associated problems.
During my first pregnancy, I spent a lot of time pushing pillows behind my back trying to find comfort. As the size of the baby grew, so did my discomfort. By the time she was born, I was more than ready to give birth. When I found out I was pregnant again, I was determined that I would not suffer through the same discomforts. I started researching ways to ease the symptoms of pregnancy, including back pain. I created this blog to help other expectant moms find remedies to deal with those symptoms that can be emotionally and physically draining.