Transsexual moments

Transsexuality is nature. No one can determine and expect it. There were moments, even times when it was very difficult to get yourself acquainted with new people, participate in different “group activities”, because the way people perceive me, and my own self-perception constantly come into conflict. Perhaps sometimes it hindered my work. However, I am usually able to “circumvent” this obstacle, or even blocking any feelings that arise when communicating, either consciously playing a role that was expected of me. We can not say that it is quite easy and pleasant, but in time becomes a habit. And life seems quite normal, not so hopeless, especially if you do not know how it is different. It also has a place of joy and sadness, happiness and despair, until you know the whole range of emotions that comes when at least someone, especially relatives and loved ones begin to perceive you as it is, without a mask. Then the world seemed to blossom, it becomes more tangible, vivid, and at the same time cozy and quiet.

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The definition of viral hepatitis

Jaundice is primarily a symptom of the disease, meaning yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes. This is easily recognizable symptom suggesting the possibility of damage to the liver, but also occurs in the case of a massive breakdown of red blood cells or by mechanical closure of the bile ducts.

Popularly known as “hepatitis” refers to viral hepatitis (hepatitis) – a disease entity in which damage to the liver due to infection with a virus called. hepatotropic – the viruses specialized in infecting and destroying liver cells (ie. hepatocytes). Currently it is known 7 hepatotropic viruses that cause hepatitis. They are determined consecutive letters of the alphabet from A to G (without F!) And TTV virus. Abbreviations of these viruses (HAV, HBV, HCV) are created from their Latin names (eg. Hepatitis A Virus – HAV).

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What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease whose primary symptom is elevated blood sugar (glucose) in the blood. Diabetes is divided into the following main types:

Type 1 diabetes (also called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent) – is caused by the destruction of pancreatic beta cells responsible for the production and secretion of insulin (insulin is a hormone that lowers blood sugar levels). This type of diabetes is more common in young (but not only) and children. Of the diabetic suffers from the type 1 15 – 20% of patients. The only possible treatment of this disease is the administration of insulin and proper nutrition and exercise. Type 2 diabetes (adult onset of diabetes, insulin-dependent) – In this type of diabetes caused elevated blood sugar insulin is not unknown, but a malfunction in the body (insulin resistance). Most Type 2 diabetes accompanied by obesity and hypertension often. This type of diabetes usually occurs in older people. Approximately 80 – 85% of all patients with diabetes are patients with type 2 diabetes Initially, the treatment of this disease is based on the use of proper diet, adapted to the possibility of the patient’s physical activity and oral hypoglycemic agents (agents). But all patients with type 2 diabetes require after some (different) disease duration of treatment with insulin. A group of young people below the age of 35, suffer from a variety of type 2 diabetes – MODY (maturity onset diabetes of the youth). Gestational diabetes – diabetes first diagnosed during pregnancy and occurs until the birth of the child. In the group of women with gestational diabetes are at higher risk of developing future diabetes compared with women without complications. The treatment of this form of diabetes should be performed only in specialized centers, gynecology and diabetes.
  • Diabetes secondary – are the most diverse group of etiology of diabetes, which together account for about 2-3% of all cases of diabetes mellitus in Europe and North America. Characteristic of this embodiment is concomitant with diabetes or other disorders syndromes. The most common causes of secondary diabetes can be divided into:
  • drug – some drugs used in cardiovascular diseases (thiazides and other diuretics, particularly in combination with beta blockers, steroids and others.
  • some endocrine diseases (endocrinopathies) – disease and Cushing’s syndrome, acromegaly, hyperthyroidism, pheochromocytoma, glucagon-secreting tumor.
  • genetically determined metabolic diseases – hemochromatosis
  • diseases of the pancreas – chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, a state after pancreatectomy (surgical removal of the pancreas).
  • Diabetes against inadequate and defective nutrition – is found mainly among indigenous peoples in the intertropical zone countries in Asia, Africa and South America, where malnutrition and hunger are prevalent.

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What is hypertension?

Hypertension is a disease of the circulatory system, in which there is an increased arterial blood pressure. Hypertension is a chronic disease, which is subject to long-term treatment.
About hypertension we say when the when by repeated measurements made at rest, the pressure exceeds the limits considered normal. For considered to limit the pressure 140/90 mm Hg (millimeters of mercury).

How often does it occur?

Hypertension is the most common cardiovascular disease, is also the most common cause of ischemic heart disease and strokes. It is believed that every third adult Pole have high blood pressure, but many patients are not aware of it. The alarming fact is that among the patients who know about the elevated pressures many are not treated at all or treated unsuccessfully.

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About women panties

When we talk about women panties speak of soft, lightweight, attractive, minimal care items, which are not bulky and conform to the line of garments for external use. The undergarments should not adhere or stick to clothing for external use or climb or twisting. The size is also a factor in comfort. A garment should be easy to put on, should remain in place, should not restrict any movement, you must notching simple and should not be irritating.

The main points to be observed to judge the skill of making an undergarment are:

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Gender and Transgender

The nature of the perception of gender of individuals depends on the degree of enlightenment of society and its loyalty to the manifestations of the individual personality.

If a person goes to a complete physical and social tranzishn, after his adaptation to a new field problems occur relatively often, even if that person does not change work and place of residence. Of course, one must be alert to the possibility that some of acquaintances who can not accept what has happened, move away at once or gradually, but others are likely to will be taken to the problem of understanding and, as a rule, their attitude trying to help get used to the new way. This is of great importance Pass (the ability to look and behave accordingly to the new floor). Transsexuals often joke that, as engineers can make a mistake only once.

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Artificial feeding of infants

In this method, feeding mother’s milk is replaced with cow’s milk.

It is no longer used mixtures based on cow’s milk diluted. To prevent negative effects of feeding milk, is used widely available blends of modified milk, the composition of which is more or less conformed to the milk.

There are two types of modified milk: suitable composition for children in the first days and weeks of life baby (infant milk) and milk for babies after 4th month of life (milk next) (Bebiko, Laktowit, Bebilon Aptamil, Humana, Nan and others) .

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Benefits of breastfeeding

Proper nutrition is the primary determinant of behavior and physiological development of the child’s health.

Feeding a child is not only a need to provide the correct amount of material building blocks and energy, but also adjust the type of food to the maturity of the baby.

The highest amount of energy needed to grow we have to deliver the baby in the first two months of life.

Natural food source is mother’s milk. It is the only food a peculiar species supplying the infant with all the necessary components in the first 4-6 months of life.

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