Mastitis refers to an inflammatory disease of the breast that can occur in a woman in the postpartum period. The main signs of this disease include: chest pain when feeding and pressing on the area of inflammation, redness of the skin in the focus of mastitis, fever, weakness.
To prevent mastitis, a nursing woman should follow certain recommendations. First of all, you need to ensure that milk does not stagnate in the chest. For this, during feeding, the baby should be applied first to one breast until the milk is complete in it, and only then to the other. Continue reading
The causes of psoriasis, although widely studied in different countries, are still reliably unknown. There is evidence of a hereditary predisposition to this disease, that it is based on a violation of the immune status – a weakening of the body’s defenses. It is suggested that the disease causes the virus, but it has not yet been isolated. A significant role in the development of psoriasis is given to disorders of the central nervous and endocrine systems.
Insufficient knowledge of the exact cause of the disease, as well as the factors causing its exacerbation, and explains the difficulties that have to be encountered in the treatment of psoriasis. Continue reading