Five Ways to Be Intimate After Abdominal Surgery

Surgery and intimacy

After having a hysterectomy or a c-section, the doctor gives the prescription for no sex for 6 weeks! That’s right, 6 whole… long… weeks. Well, let’s face it ladies. Our partners will probably not be too thrilled having to pleasure only themselves. Can’t you hear them now: “What about my needs!?”

Ok, so what about their needs? And for that matter, your needs? No penetration for six weeks doesn’t mean you can’t tease and please during recovery. Take this time to get to know each other a little more or remind one another why you were attracted to them in the first place. These 5 ways of intimacy after surgery may just keep your partner’s hands from breaking out with blisters. Week one is for rest but week 2… well, take a look below:

Week 2: The first week has passed but lying in bed watching TV is all you can really do. Invite your partner to watch a few recorded episodes of your favorite show back to back. But instead of fast forwarding through the commercials, be a little playful. Run your fingers through his hair. Lie on his shoulder. And as the program goes on, each commercial break can lead to longer make-out sessions.

Week 3: Your turn to roll the dice. Or spin the spinner. Whatever game you choose to play, sexually-related board games are one way to get intimate again and have a laugh or two without hurting anyone’s feelings. No sore losers here. In case of any problems with getting an erection (if you want to play for real), you can also consider taking ED treatments that you can find here.

Week 4: Any naughty home videos available? Turn on your private porno collection and “reenact” that special moment to the best of your ability. Remember, dry humping can be a turn on too.

Sex life after hospital

Week 5: Open wide! Your mouth, that is. You can certainly sit-up for longer periods of time now and what better way to show how well you’re recovering than by offering your “services”. And this little show of love can be offered anywhere in the house or out of the house for you adventurous ones. Feel free to interrupt his video game.

Week 6: Oh, how good it felt to be touched? And licked? And massaged? Well, start the count down to full-time lovin’ with a blind-folded body rub. Heighten your senses and remember what it feels like to truly trust your partner. Make sure the ceiling fan is on. It’s sure to get hot!

Remember, only you know what your body is capable of doing after surgery. Just don’t let your feelings of unattractiveness deter you. Your partner is really the one to judge. Let him love on you and return the favor as soon as you can. Stick to what makes you feel comfortable and this six week healing process will fly by. Once you’re recovered, hit the sheets to let the good times roll!

First Aid for Burns on Fingertips

It can be extremely scary and painful having to deal with a burn. It’s especially important that you provide correct care so that you don’t have lasting medical issues. This is also true for burns that are on your fingertips. Luckily, there are some tips that you can follow to ensure that your burns will heal properly. You don’t have to deal with burns and scars forever. Take a look at the following information to learn more about how to handle a fingertip burn.

Burns on your fingertip can be a little tricky because of their location. You may be unsure of how to handle aftercare. You should treat your finger like a regular burn in that you run it under cold water as soon as possible. It’s important that you stop the heat and burn. This can also provide comfort and lessen the pain. After you run your finger under cold water, you should clean it and pat it dry.

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Hands-only CPR by Vinnie Jones

Vinnie Jones shows how hard and fast Hands-only CPR to Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees can help save the life of someone who has had a cardiac arrest.

The Hollywood hardman is starring in a British Heart Foundation TV advert urging more people to carry out CPR in a medical emergency.

NOTE: in USA call 911

Assistive Devices – What You Should Know

Assistive devices are one of the most unique types of electronic devices out there. Of course, the term also covers a broad range of different products and devices on the market today. Assistive technology is an umbrella term, of sorts, that describes the whole area of technology relating to adaptive, assistive, and rehabilitative devices for anyone who has disabilities or who has different abilities than the general public. The goal of these devices are to make sure that everyone can perform the same simple, normal, and everyday tasks no matter what their ability level might be.

Modern Assistive Products

In order to help you better understand the world of assistive devices, think of things like hearing aids, mobility tools, and even medical alert systems. These devices all make it easier for people to live a normal life despite their disabilities or other limitations that they might have.

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Tips for Packing a First Aid Kit

When you’re always on the go, it’s especially important to be prepared. Even if you’re traveling to a vacation destination, you want to make sure that you’ve packed a good first aid kit. This can allow you to be fully prepared in the event of an emergency. It can also minimize the need for doctor’s or emergency room visits. Take a look at the following information to learn more about the need for a kit.

Tips for Packing a First Aid Kit

You never know when an emergency may occur. In most cases, emergencies happen when you’re least expecting it. This is why it’s important to have an emergency kit available. You should keep these kits in a variety of places. Some places to consider keeping these kits include your car, your home, your hotel room, and your suitcase. This will allow you to be able to provide yourself with basic medical care when needed.

So what should you pack in your kit? First of all, you should keep all of your items in an easy to find container. You want to make sure that everyone understands that the items inside are for an emergency or accident situation, so you should also label your kit. Many people choose to use a small plastic box for their container. What you use is completely up to you.

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Basic Life Support Training – What it Takes

Basic life support training is essential to many careers. While people typically refer to this training as CPR certification and first aid, life support is another great way to put it. The things that you learn in these courses are life saving measures, as well as how to take care of people in the event of an emergency until the professionals arrive. There are many programs that offer the coursework and written material in an online format, allowing you to learn at your own pace. If you are going to help save lives, however, there will be hands on training, as well.

Basic Life Support Training

Basic life support training can be taken by anyone, but it is not for the faint of heart. You have to be willing to work hard and study hard to make sure that you learn all of the information that you need to know and help people as much as you possibly can. By taking the time to check out different programs that are available, you can easily find life support training that will give you the education and skills that you need to stay calm and be in control in the event of an emergency.

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First Aid Courses – Get Certified in First Aid

Taking first aid courses can help you be better prepared in the event of an emergency. Accidents happen all the time, after all, and you really owe it to yourself to take the time to be prepared and know how to handle things. Some people have careers where they are required to learn first aid while others just learn it because they want to know more and prepare themselves for handling anything that might occur. Courses are designed to help teach people how to be in control in the event of an emergency, no matter how big or small it might be.

RYA First Aid Courses

First aid courses come in many different types. You can choose from basic or comprehensive courses, allowing you to get the exact level of training that you need. A general course will typically teach things like poison control, minor first aid like burns, cuts, and bruises, as well as choking, broken bones, and how to handle the waiting for emergency services.

Basic First Aid

If you take more comprehensive classes in first aid, you will be able to learn how to do CPR, assess vital signs, and even deliver lifesaving aid when needed.

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Basic First Aid Tips – Things Everyone Should Know

Everyone should know some basic first aid tips. One never knows when the need will arise where someone is injured, hurt or unconscious. For severe injuries, the first few minutes can be crucial that one knows what to do to assist the person until medical help can arrive. For the minor injuries that happen, knowing basic first aid will help remedy the situation and prevent further problems from arising.

Basic First Aid Tips

The first thing that everyone needs to do when faced with a major situation that requires basic first aid tips is to make sure that the victim is safe, that those who are trying to help the victim are safe as well. So getting out of immediate danger has to be the first step one takes. Next one needs to determine if the victim is awake or conscious and breathing. If they are not conscious or breathing, then it is important to get medical help on the phone. In the meantime one can make sure that there is nothing in their mouth that would restrict airflow. It may be necessary to administer CPR if one has been trained or knows how to do this. If not, medical personnel on the phone can walk someone through it. Check for any external bleeding. If there is bleeding it needs to be stopped by using direct pressure. Using gauze or terry cloth can be helpful in stopping the bleeding, but do not remove the coverings just hold it in place until medical help arrives.

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What is an Emergency Survival Kit?

It is summertime and therefore it is time for families and friends to spend much time outdoor in the warm sunshine. It is time to enjoy an outdoor barbeque or two and, of course, many water lovers will go to swimming at the beach or swimming pool. In addition to water activities of all kinds and barbeques galore, many outdoor lovers will go camping and hiking. If people do go exploring outdoors then, they might need an emergency survival kit. Therefore, it is very important that everyone knows what is in an emergency survival kit.

Survival Emergency Kit

It is summertime and therefore it is time for people to enjoy the great outdoors by going swimming at a beach or at a lake or swimming pool. Other people will enjoy the great outdoors this summer by barbequing outdoors every weekend or by going camping from time to time. In addition, after summer comes the seasons of fall and winter and during both those seasons’ people also like to spend time outdoors.

Survival Emergency Kit Bag

This is especially true in winter when people like to ski, snowboard, and ice skate. In short, the four seasons are a time to explore and have exciting outdoor adventures. However, if people are going to go explore the outdoors via barbequing, camping, hiking, ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, or any other outdoor activity the, it is very important that they are aware of what is an emergency survival kit and what is in a good emergency survival kit.

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Possible Adaptation for Discount Lab Coats

The following words about the possible adaptation for discount lab coats had their origin in the imagination and skills of a Pennsylvania mother. Forty years ago, one mother wanted to provide her daughter with some way to protect her clothes while in her art class. That mother took an old shirt that her husband no longer wore. She created “pockets” using the shirt ends and a pair of large buttons. Then she embroidered the design for a palette and paint brushes onto the breast pocket of the old shirt. The daughter saved that shirt and used it when she was teaching a Baha’i children’s class.

Professional Lab Coats

An online store that sells discount lab coats offers far more than the standard white coat with large pockets, button holes and buttons. That virtual storefront carries discount lab coats for medical professionals, for chemists, for dentists, and even lab coats for kids. Moreover, not all of those lab coats have been made from the standard cotton material. Some of those discount lab coats have been fashioned from fire resistant material. Other lab coats sold at a discounted price carry a ticket that says something like “wear only once.” They are disposable lab coats.

Another type of lab coat sold from such a virtual store front suggests a possible adaptation for discount lab coats. That additional type of lab coat is the embroidered lab coat. Given the right type of embroidery, a kids’ lab coat could find multiple uses. Suppose, for instance that a child has elected to participate in an after school ceramics class. Suppose too that the child’s mother has expressed concerned about how the child might damage his or her clothing while handling the various materials available to students in that ceramics class. Suppose that the mother would like the child to wear some sort of protective cover.

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