This is a surgical procedure done to treat urinary incontinence. It is a minimally invasive surgery that can be done in an outpatient hospital setting. This option should be discussed further with your physician.
Will I receive a separate bill from the facility or hospital after I have a procedure?
Yes, the hospital or facility is allowed to bill you or your insurance for the portion of the care they provide. It can include anesthesia, supplies, and time spent in the procedure or operating room.
What I can do to stop morning sickness?
“Morning sickness,” or nausea and vomiting (NVP), affects up to 80 percent of pregnant women and generally subsides after 16 weeks. Studies have found that some 20 percent of women experience “morning sickness” throughout their entire pregnancy. Herbal remedies, such as vitamin B6 and ginger, as well as acupressure have been used safely with some success. If symptoms make it difficult to perform daily activities, please consult with your physician to find the best remedy for you. Some simple strategies that can assist with easing symptoms include:
- Try eating small portions every one to two hours. Wait 20 to 30 minutes after eating to have something to drink. Studies have found that eating and drinking separately can ease nausea.
- Eat what you can tolerate. There are supplements available if you are unable to consume a full meal such as protein bars, pudding, and liquid supplements.
- Drink at least eight glasses of fluids daily in small amounts. Ice chips and popsicles are easy to tolerate and an option to get those fluids. For your electrolyte balance, sport drinks may help.
- Try not to swallow excess saliva. Studies show that saliva increases symptoms of nausea and vomiting.
I think I’m experiencing sexual dysfunction. Should I tell my GYN?
Sexual dysfunction happens for both females and males. Often times, this means that an individual is having difficulty with sexual desire, arousal, or orgasm. Talking to your doctor is the first step. Sometimes medication is prescribed to help with this dysfunction and simple behavioral techniques can help.
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