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Author Amaeze Victor Ogechukwu Amaeze Victor Ogechukwu attended the College of Medicine, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, UNTH in Ituku Ozalla, Enugu State, Nigeria. View all posts
Do you notice that you bleed from other places asides your private part during your menses? You could be having Endometriosis. In most cases, it comes with this severe pain around your lower abdomen or pelvis, that is called Chronic Pelvic Pain. Do you know anyone with this Condition?This write up is made for them.
1. Convulsion/Epilepsy is not an infectious disease, so don’t run away from people with convulsion
2. A child having convulsion/Epilepsy does not mean he/she would die
3. Witchcrafts, evil Spirits are not the cause of convulsion/Epilepsy
4. Prayers, Charms, incantations, cow or human urine, kerosene, burning with fire does not treat convulsion/epilepsy.
5. Laying the person on his side can help the convulsion/epilepsy
6. Don’t put your hand, spoons, knife, fork, etc in the person’s mouth
7. Take the person to the hospital once the convulsion stops.
Common Causes of Convulsion in Our Environment Include:
The Following diseases are Preventable by Immunization and given at the following Period: