Primary care and secondary care are both medical phrases used to refer to the medical professionals that treat you. While you certainly have heard of primary care doctors, it may strike you odd hearing about secondary care physicians. However, there is a very good chance that either you, or someone in your family, regularly sees a secondary care doctor. Here are the differences between primary and secondary care to help you understand what secondary care is, and know why they are referred to by these phrases.
21 January 2018
Breastfeeding is one of the most natural ways to nourish your little one. But for some mothers, the changes in their breast size and functions can cause physical changes in their breasts, including sagging and drooping. These physical changes can affect how you feel about your body. You can firm and lift your breasts naturally with the information and simple tips below. How Does Nursing Affect Your Breasts? It's important to understand that breastfeeding isn't the cause of your sagging breasts.
30 November 2017
A menstrual cycle can tell a lot about various aspects of a woman's body. If your menstrual cycles have been irregular lately, it might be a sign that you need to make an appointment with a gynecologist. One of the common reasons for a cycle to become irregular is due to pregnancy. However, there are more serious problems that could cause irregular cycles. This article explains what a gynecologist can do to get to the bottom of why your menstrual cycles have been irregular.
10 November 2017
If you're struggling during an especially stressful or difficult time in your life, you may be considering therapy. This can be a great way to talk through your feelings while also getting expert advice from a professional. Individuals of all ages and situations choose to invest in individual therapy services. Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why therapy may be a good option for you to consider.
24 October 2017
If you contact your local hospital, university hospital, or other health facility, you can inquire as to whether any clinical trials are coming up. If so, you'll hear about what type of trials are scheduled and what types of participants the researchers need. Should you fit the criteria, you can sign up for the trial and hope to receive a call indicating that you've been accepted. Your next step is to visit the designated location at the requested time, and then simply follow the researchers' instructions.
4 October 2017
Going through a midlife crisis can be a difficult time. On the surface, it might be enjoyable to you, whether you're buying a sports car, hanging out with younger people, or trying new activities. However, you might still feel chronically unfulfilled — and your loved ones might be rolling their eyes at how you're behaving. There's nothing wrong with feeling like you need to make some changes in your life, but you should also plan to see your family doctor to discuss what is going on.
12 September 2017
When it comes to men's health, your primary care physician can provide many of the essential services you need. However, you may find that you need to see a urologist for more specialized care. If you aren't sure whether or not you need to see a urologist, here are a few things to keep in mind. Abnormal Prostate Exam Your primary care physician may perform regular prostate exams as part of your regular checkups.
4 September 2017