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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment | What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    conduction study definitive test used to diagnose Carpal Tunnel X ray to exclude other possible causes of your symptoms How Can I Fix My Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wearing a splint at night may provide some relief If this does not help you may also start wearing it during the day Avoid sleeping on your hands and wrists Change position during the night if you get pain a new position may relieve the pressure on the nerve Or try shaking your hands to relieve the symptoms Hot and cold packs may also provide some relief to your symptoms Changes to your work station may reduce the stress on your wrist For example your keyboard mouse and sitting position at your desk can influence the position your wrist is in and therefore the pressure in the Carpal Tunnel Changes in both work and recreational activities When possible avoid jobs or activities requiring repetitive hand movements as they may aggravate your symptoms for example playing a musical instrument Avoiding activities involving vibrating tools which have been shown to be a significant risk factor for developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome If this is unavoidable then take regular breaks when performing repetitive activities with your hands Medications To Help With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Check with your GP before taking any medications when pregnant Medications typically used in the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs such as Neurophen or Voltaren Corticosteroid injections into the Carpal Tunnel area may also relieve symptoms However again this would need to be discussed with your GP regarding the suitability to your situation Surgery For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome The symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome usually disappear along with the swelling after you give birth However if pain persists you may need surgery to relieve the pressure on your nerve The Surgery is a Carpal Tunnel release where a small incision is made in your palm so the doctor can cut your Transverse Carpal Ligament which pushes into the median nerve as the Carpal Tunnel swells Typically surgery is very successful but it can depend on how long and how severe the symptoms have been prior to having the surgery If You Suspect You Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your first step is to consult your doctor or midwife if the pain and numbness is interfering with your sleep or daily routine They may refer you on to another practitioner such as a physiotherapist who can offer you further management advice alternative exercises or help in fitting an appropriate splint Worth noting is that there is some evidence to suggest that a deficiency in vitamin B6 can be a risk factor for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your GP can also test for this and advise accordingly if it appears this may be a risk factor in your situation NOTE The information given here on carpal tunnel syndrome is meant as a guide only and does not replace professional medical advice Join the Forum discussion on this post IF YOU LIKED

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment | What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    conduction study definitive test used to diagnose Carpal Tunnel X ray to exclude other possible causes of your symptoms How Can I Fix My Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wearing a splint at night may provide some relief If this does not help you may also start wearing it during the day Avoid sleeping on your hands and wrists Change position during the night if you get pain a new position may relieve the pressure on the nerve Or try shaking your hands to relieve the symptoms Hot and cold packs may also provide some relief to your symptoms Changes to your work station may reduce the stress on your wrist For example your keyboard mouse and sitting position at your desk can influence the position your wrist is in and therefore the pressure in the Carpal Tunnel Changes in both work and recreational activities When possible avoid jobs or activities requiring repetitive hand movements as they may aggravate your symptoms for example playing a musical instrument Avoiding activities involving vibrating tools which have been shown to be a significant risk factor for developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome If this is unavoidable then take regular breaks when performing repetitive activities with your hands Medications To Help With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Check with your GP before taking any medications when pregnant Medications typically used in the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs such as Neurophen or Voltaren Corticosteroid injections into the Carpal Tunnel area may also relieve symptoms However again this would need to be discussed with your GP regarding the suitability to your situation Surgery For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome The symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome usually disappear along with the swelling after you give birth However if pain persists you may need surgery to relieve the pressure on your nerve The Surgery is a Carpal Tunnel release where a small incision is made in your palm so the doctor can cut your Transverse Carpal Ligament which pushes into the median nerve as the Carpal Tunnel swells Typically surgery is very successful but it can depend on how long and how severe the symptoms have been prior to having the surgery If You Suspect You Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your first step is to consult your doctor or midwife if the pain and numbness is interfering with your sleep or daily routine They may refer you on to another practitioner such as a physiotherapist who can offer you further management advice alternative exercises or help in fitting an appropriate splint Worth noting is that there is some evidence to suggest that a deficiency in vitamin B6 can be a risk factor for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your GP can also test for this and advise accordingly if it appears this may be a risk factor in your situation NOTE The information given here on carpal tunnel syndrome is meant as a guide only and does not replace professional medical advice Join the Forum discussion on this post IF YOU LIKED

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment | What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    come to an accurate diagnosis However common tests may include Nerve conduction study definitive test used to diagnose Carpal Tunnel X ray to exclude other possible causes of your symptoms How Can I Fix My Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Wearing a splint at night may provide some relief If this does not help you may also start wearing it during the day Avoid sleeping on your hands and wrists Change position during the night if you get pain a new position may relieve the pressure on the nerve Or try shaking your hands to relieve the symptoms Hot and cold packs may also provide some relief to your symptoms Changes to your work station may reduce the stress on your wrist For example your keyboard mouse and sitting position at your desk can influence the position your wrist is in and therefore the pressure in the Carpal Tunnel Changes in both work and recreational activities When possible avoid jobs or activities requiring repetitive hand movements as they may aggravate your symptoms for example playing a musical instrument Avoiding activities involving vibrating tools which have been shown to be a significant risk factor for developing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome If this is unavoidable then take regular breaks when performing repetitive activities with your hands Medications To Help With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Check with your GP before taking any medications when pregnant Medications typically used in the treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs NSAIDs such as Neurophen or Voltaren Corticosteroid injections into the Carpal Tunnel area may also relieve symptoms However again this would need to be discussed with your GP regarding the suitability to your situation Surgery For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome The symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome usually disappear along with the swelling after you give birth However if pain persists you may need surgery to relieve the pressure on your nerve The Surgery is a Carpal Tunnel release where a small incision is made in your palm so the doctor can cut your Transverse Carpal Ligament which pushes into the median nerve as the Carpal Tunnel swells Typically surgery is very successful but it can depend on how long and how severe the symptoms have been prior to having the surgery If You Suspect You Have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your first step is to consult your doctor or midwife if the pain and numbness is interfering with your sleep or daily routine They may refer you on to another practitioner such as a physiotherapist who can offer you further management advice alternative exercises or help in fitting an appropriate splint Worth noting is that there is some evidence to suggest that a deficiency in vitamin B6 can be a risk factor for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Your GP can also test for this and advise accordingly if it appears this may be a risk factor in your situation NOTE The information given here on carpal tunnel syndrome is meant as a guide only and does not replace professional medical

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  • Baby Social | Pregnancy & Parenting Guide| My baby falls over
    2014 8 You Are My Sunshine Free Printable Natalie King February 3 2014 1 PRODUCTS WE LOVE Random Reefmuma Maternity Brand In High Demand Baby Social October 22 2012 PRODUCTS WE LOVE Recent New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Natalie King November 7 2014 2 10 Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes Baby Social October 9 2014 Healthy Reusable Ice Pop Pouches Are A Hit This Summer Baby Social October 9 2014 9 7 Little Mashies reusable squeeze pouches Fridge Freeze pack Baby Social August 4 2014 DIRECTORY CONTACT Contact Us Competitions About Baby Social Advertise With Us Add A Business Listing Breaking New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal My Boho Beach Wedding Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Australia s First Christmas Giftorium Launches At Myer Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes HOME BABY KIDS STYLE HOME PRODUCTS WE LOVE DIRECTORY CONTACT Tagged My baby falls over Is My Child At Risk Of Growth Plate Fractures Hayden Latimer August 2 2014 BABY TODDLER PARENTING What Are Growth Plates The anatomy of the long bones in the body is that they have an area called the epiphysis which is the rounded end of the Recent Posts New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 For those hip kids with swag who just want to stand out from the crowd we have found the kids clothing label for you Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Skeanie Shoes For Kids SKEANIE designs classic leather footwear for little feet SKEANIE shoes allow the feet to My Boho Beach Wedding Natalie

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  • Baby Social | Pregnancy & Parenting Guide| back pain
    Free Printable Natalie King February 3 2014 1 PRODUCTS WE LOVE Random 10 Best Newborn Apps to Handle Your Baby Natalie King September 14 2012 TECH APPS Recent New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Natalie King November 7 2014 2 10 Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes Baby Social October 9 2014 Healthy Reusable Ice Pop Pouches Are A Hit This Summer Baby Social October 9 2014 9 7 Little Mashies reusable squeeze pouches Fridge Freeze pack Baby Social August 4 2014 DIRECTORY CONTACT Contact Us Competitions About Baby Social Advertise With Us Add A Business Listing Breaking New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal My Boho Beach Wedding Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Australia s First Christmas Giftorium Launches At Myer Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes HOME BABY KIDS STYLE HOME PRODUCTS WE LOVE DIRECTORY CONTACT Tagged back pain Sitting Posture Reduce Back Pain Going Back To Work Hayden Latimer August 1 2014 PARENTING WOMENS HEALTH Correct sitting posture is always important especially during pregnancy or when returning back to the work force as a new mum Sitting posture in Recent Posts New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 For those hip kids with swag who just want to stand out from the crowd we have found the kids clothing label for you Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Skeanie Shoes For Kids SKEANIE designs classic leather footwear for little feet SKEANIE shoes allow the feet to My Boho Beach Wedding Natalie King November 21 2014 23 Natalie and Hayden s Boho Beach Wedding

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  • Baby Social | Pregnancy & Parenting Guide| sitting posture
    My Sunshine Free Printable Natalie King February 3 2014 1 PRODUCTS WE LOVE Random Super Stylish Kids Jackets For Under 30 Natalie King May 12 2014 BABY STYLE KID STYLE STYLE Recent New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Natalie King November 7 2014 2 10 Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes Baby Social October 9 2014 Healthy Reusable Ice Pop Pouches Are A Hit This Summer Baby Social October 9 2014 9 7 Little Mashies reusable squeeze pouches Fridge Freeze pack Baby Social August 4 2014 DIRECTORY CONTACT Contact Us Competitions About Baby Social Advertise With Us Add A Business Listing Breaking New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal My Boho Beach Wedding Merino Baby Clothing Product Review Australia s First Christmas Giftorium Launches At Myer Natriblend Steamer Blender Warmer Steriliser Review Baby Food Recipes HOME BABY KIDS STYLE HOME PRODUCTS WE LOVE DIRECTORY CONTACT Tagged sitting posture Sitting Posture Reduce Back Pain Going Back To Work Hayden Latimer August 1 2014 PARENTING WOMENS HEALTH Correct sitting posture is always important especially during pregnancy or when returning back to the work force as a new mum Sitting posture in Recent Posts New Oovy Kids Australian Fashion Label Booms Natalie King August 11 2015 For those hip kids with swag who just want to stand out from the crowd we have found the kids clothing label for you Skeanie Shoes For Kids Goes Coastal Natalie King November 23 2014 Skeanie Shoes For Kids SKEANIE designs classic leather footwear for little feet SKEANIE shoes allow the feet to My Boho Beach Wedding Natalie King November 21 2014 23 Natalie and Hayden

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  • Baby Social | Pregnancy & Parenting Guide| WOMEN'S HEALTH
    STYLE HOME PRODUCTS WE LOVE DIRECTORY CONTACT Tagged WOMEN S HEALTH Sitting Posture Reduce Back Pain Going Back To Work Hayden Latimer August 1 2014 PARENTING WOMENS HEALTH Correct sitting posture is always important especially during pregnancy or when returning back to the work force as a new mum Sitting posture in How To Accurately Measure Weight Loss Hayden Latimer August 1 2014 WOMENS HEALTH Weight Gain In Pregnancy Trying to work out your fat loss Here is an accurate way How to Measure Weight Loss Effective Weight Loss after pregnancy Back Pain Management In Pregnancy Hayden Latimer July 30 2014 PARENTING PREGNANCY BIRTH WOMENS HEALTH 1 Comment Pregnancy Back Pain Are you getting pregnancy back pain Is this lower back pain pregnancy Back pain management can prevent reduce pain Pregnancy Back Pain Hayden Latimer July 29 2014 PARENTING PREGNANCY BIRTH WOMENS HEALTH Getting Pregnancy Back Pain Are you getting pregnancy back pain Is this lower back pain in pregnancy Back Pain Management can prevent reduce Pain In Wrist Thumb Hayden Latimer July 28 2014 PARENTING WOMENS HEALTH Wrist Thumb Pain In New Mums Pain in wrist and pain in general is obviously a common complaint for new mothers first with pregnancy and Pelvic Floor Exercises After Birth Hayden Latimer July 27 2014 PARENTING WOMENS HEALTH What Is Your Pelvic Floor How will Pelvic Floor Exercises After Birth Help Me Learn how to train your pelvic floor after birth by doing Foods To Avoid During Pregnancy Kathy Harmer December 17 2011 PARENTING PREGNANCY BIRTH WOMENS HEALTH What Foods To Avoid During Pregnancy During pregnancy there are some important guidelines to follow regarding foods to avoid during pregnancy for Being A Role Model For Your Baby Baby Social November 22 2011 BABY TODDLER PARENTING Exercise After Pregnancy The computer age has

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  • Chocolate for babies | Can I Give My Baby Chocolate?
    than a rule unless you are aware of your baby being allergic to one of the common ingredients in chocolate such as dairy soy or nuts If you aren t already aware of your child having an know allergy to one of those ingredients to be on the safe side especially if you have a family history of allergies it is often recommended you do not give them chocolate till they are a year old If you choose to introduce it this Easter before your child is one it is further recommended to choose chocolate types that don t contain any other potential allergens like nuts As a rule the darker chocolate varieties contain less of these potential allergen ingredients especially less dairy When giving you baby chocolate for the first time just as with giving them any food for the first time be sure to watch for the signs of an allergic reaction hives difficulty breathing or asthma symptoms swelling of the mouth or throat vomiting or diarrhoea and be ready to call for help immediately If this all sounds a bit stressful on what is supposed to be your 4 day holiday we say why bother chocolate is wasted on babies the more for mum the better Potential Issues With Giving Your Baby Chocolate Chocolate is something that can cause allergic reactions especially if given too young Chocolate given before your baby has teeth can be a choking hazard Chocolate may contain caffeine so unless you want your baby bouncing off the walls it may not be a good idea especially just before bed For example a fresh cup of coffee contains 80 350mg caffeine per cup and a 200g bar of chocolate contains 20 60mg of caffeine Feeding your baby a chocolate bar it isn t quite like giving your child an espresso shot but it could have an impact especially in individuals who are highly sensitive to caffeine People or babies with known caffeine sensitivities may find their better off avoiding it chocolate noting that dark chocolate typically has far more caffeine than the equivalent amount of milk chocolate Chocolate can have a laxative effect which sounds like recipe for a total nappy disaster to us Generally doctors advise not to introduce until 1yr Our feeling at mumsandbubs is that we introduce our children to sweets candy and soft drinks way too soon in Australia There is typically no nutritional value in foods like that they are just empty calories and therefore should not be used to fuel a developing body and mind Your baby and toddler should only be eating nutrient packed foods and parents and carers as their main people of influence should be setting a good example Children will learn their eating habits at a young age and it is your responsibility to educate them in all aspects of their life including food choices Kids will work out for themselves quite quickly that sweets taste good but you can help them make smart

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