Vaginal Pain: What Causes It?

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One third of families with two children live below the subsistence level

According to a survey conducted by the Hungarian Federation of Trade Unions, one third of Hungarian families with two children live below the minimum subsistence level.

One third of families with two children live below the subsistence level

The research has shown that two-parent families are raising two children 36 percent below the minimum level it is easy to live on income, he told InfoRbdi Kordbs LasslouPresident of the Hungarian Trade Union Federation. The monthly subsistence minimum for a family with two children is 256 thousand HUF, which is 64 thousand HUF per capita. This amount, for example, is certainly not sought by the public sector. From January 1, 2018 onwards, it seems certain that the net minimum value will fall short of the one-sided, single-earning minimum. However, in addition, the Hungarian Federation of Trade Unions wants to increase the amount of family vouchers - which is still 12,200 HUF since 2008 - according to the Association, it could double that number. system, who fall out of it, they live below the minimum wage. The net value of the minimum wage is 84,700 HUF, that is, those who are employed at the minimum wage are definitely below the minimum wage - the expert called out, adding that they are estimated at 800 thousand and one million. And they are only employed, but also those who are registered to a minimum wage and can earn a similar income on a monthly basis.
- In 2018, families can count on these extra cash
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Timing of contractions in pregnancy. How come?

Timing of contractions in pregnancy. How come?

The timing of the contractions is easy to do and this can tell you a lot about the stage of labor. Depending on their regularity, duration and intensity, they can be Braxton Hicks contractions or contractions that you still have to work.

Braxton Hicks contractions can fool you into believing that you have gone into labor, when in fact it is just a fake job. To avoid these confusions it is good to schedule your contractions when you feel them. You only need an hour and a half hour of your time.

Timing of contracts:

1. When you think you have regular contractions, take a watch or have someone help you with the timing.

2. Write down the time when the contraction starts.

3. Write down the time when the contraction stopped.

4. The distance between the first and second contraction represents the regularity with which one succeeds.

5. Repeat the procedure several times to obtain an average time.

6. If they are irregular and painless it means they are Braxton Hicks contractions.

7. If they become more intense, more painful and longer than usual and appear every 10 minutes, it means you have gone to work.

tips:

1. Don't timer every contraction. Timing them only when they start and then only if you think they have become longer, thicker and more painful.

2. Ignore any contraction you can. The fact that you will be aroused will definitely take you to the hospital faster, but this does not necessarily mean that you will be born faster.

3. If you have any questions or you think something is wrong, call your doctor immediately.

Braxton Hicks contractions and normal contractions

Braxton Hicks contractions are sporadic uterine contractions that start at week 6 of pregnancy, although you may not feel them so early. You will probably start to feel them mid-pregnancy, but you may not even feel them at all (some women do not feel them at all).

As the pregnancy progresses, Braxton Hicks contractions tend to occur more often, but until the last day of pregnancy they will probably remain irregular and painless.

It is good to be cautious when it comes to contractions. If you are 37 weeks pregnant and have more than four contractions per hour, or have any other signs of preterm birth, call your doctor immediately.

In the days or weeks before pregnancy, the contractions may become more rhythmic, closer to each other and even painful. They may mislead you and you may think you are at work. Unlike labor contractions, Braxton Hicks contractions during "false births" do not become longer, stronger or more frequent.

Increasingly frequent and intense, Braxton Hicks contractions can signal pre-labor during which your cervix is ​​thinning and preparing for true labor. These contractions are felt as a strong tightening of the uterus in its upper part and a gradual relaxation of the uterus. Some women may have menstrual cramps all the time.

False work

As labor approaches these contractions can become relatively painful and may appear once every 20 minutes, making you believe that you have entered labor. However, if they do not become stronger, more painful and longer and do not cause neck dilation, they form what is called false labor.

Sometimes it is very difficult to distinguish false labor from the incipient phase of real labor. If you are 37 weeks pregnant, or more, there are some signs that can help you:

• False labor contractions are unpredictable. They come at irregular intervals and vary in duration and intensity. Although contractions of true labor may be irregular at first, over time they will begin to come at more regular and shorter intervals, become more intense, and last longer.

• When it comes to false labor, the pain from contractions is centralized in the lower abdomen area. When it comes to true labor, you will feel pain in the lower back and all over the abdomen.

• Contractions during fake labor can give up on your own or when you start or finish an activity or change your body position. The contacts during the birth, however, will not pass and progress whatever you do.

Most of the time it is not possible to figure out when the real labor started because the early stages of labor resemble the Braxton Hicks contractions that you have for several weeks. When the contractions become more intense, more painful and longer than usual and occur every 10 minutes, you may think that you have gone into labor.

When should I call my doctor?

By the end of pregnancy, your doctor will inform you when you need to tell him that you have contractions or you need to get to the hospital. When giving you this information you will take into account the specific aspects of your case (pregnancy or risky pregnancy, the distance between the hospital and your home, etc.).

If your pregnancy is uncomplicated, it will probably tell you to come to the hospital when you have long contractions of one minute to 5 minutes apart (you schedule a contraction from its beginning to the beginning of the next one).

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Name Anaïs - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name:

Provence

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Anaïs is the Occitan form of Anne, first name appeared in Provence and Catalonia in the middle of the 19th century. Naïs, diminutive of Anaïs, served as title to a novel by Marcel Pagnol. Today, there are many more little Anais than Anne. The singer Anaïs carries it well and it's a name full of sweetness. The Anaïs are celebrated on July 26th. Its derivatives: Ana, Anica, Anita, Anna, Annabelle, Annick, Annicka, Annie, Anouchka, Anouck, Nancy, Naïs, Nouchka.

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Story

Wonder Wheel is the name of a fun fair on Coney Island in New York City in the 1950s. Mickey (Justin Timberlake) is a lifeguard on the island. He tells the sad story of Humpty (Jim Belushi), the manager of the carousel, and his tragic wife, Ginny (Kate Winslet). Ginny is a former actress who had great hopes for her future. But she had an affair with her co-star, and her husband left her. Left on her own to bring up her son, Richie (Jack Gore), Ginny had a nervous breakdown, which ended her acting career. She got work as a waitress in a caf? on Coney Island, where she met Humpty. She feels Humpty has saved her from being a lonely single mother.

Humpty, however, is a former alcoholic, who occasionally lapses back into drinking with violent results. Richie doesn't know who his real father is and hates Humpty, who beats him. Consequently, Richie is a pyromaniac, constantly getting into trouble for lighting fires. Ginny secretly drinks to cope. She bumps into Mickey one day while walking along the beach. Mickey identifies her as a vulnerable woman and starts an affair with her. Ginny falls madly in love with Mickey and sees him as the way out of her predicament.

Then Carolina (Juno Temple), Humpty's beautiful young daughter, turns up. Humpty and Carolina haven't spoken for over five years because she married a gangster against Humpty's wishes. She has now realised her mistake but is a marked woman in the gangster world. When Mickey meets Carolina, he instantly falls in love with her and Ginny is very jealous. The growing attraction between Mickey and Carolina causes Ginny to behave in increasingly bizarre and irrational ways and ultimately leads to her downfall.

Themes

Adultery and infidelity; mental health issues and threatened suicide; alcoholism; gangsters

Violence

Wonder Wheel has some violence. For example:

  • Humpty and Ginny often argue and shout at each other. When Humpty gets angry, he thumps the table and smashes things.
  • Humpty yells at his daughter and Richie.
  • Humpty threatens to kill Carolina's husband if he turns up.
  • Ginny yells at Richie for lighting fires.
  • Ginny accuses Humpty of hitting her son.
  • Humpty threatens to 'beat Richie's brains out' and 'take his strap out and teach him a lesson he'll never forget'.
  • Mickey and Ginny fight over Carolina.
  • Humpty physically attacks Ginny. They fight, and he smashes a bottle. She grabs a kitchen knife and says, 'Why don't you kill me?'

Content that may disturb children

Under 5
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, Wonder Wheel has some scenes that could scare or disturb children under five years. For example, Humpty is an overweight, loud and angry man, who might scare young children.

From 5-8
In addition to the violent scenes and scary visual images mentioned above, Wonder Wheel has some scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example, Richie is upset that he doesn't know his real father and hates Humpty. He expresses his feelings by lighting fires, which is quite disturbing.

From 8-13
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, Wonder Wheel has some scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example:

  • When Carolina turns up, Humpty yells at her and tells her he wants her gone.
  • Carolina describes how her husband used to push her around.
  • The gangsters turn up and start to stalk Carolina.

Over 13
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, Wonder Wheel has some scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example:

  • Ginny thinks that her first husband might have killed himself.
  • Ginny steals $500 from Humpty to buy Mickey a watch for his birthday. Humpty is very angry when he finds out and blames Richie. Ginny tells him she took it to pay for psychiatric treatment for Richie. (Humpty refuses to pay for this because he thinks 'head doctors' are a waste of time).
  • The gangsters appear, and a caf? worker tells them where Carolina is. Ginny immediately rushes to the telephone booth to warn Carolina but changes her mind part-way through the phone call.
  • Mickey tells Carolina about the affair with Ginny, which upsets Carolina. She wants to walk home by herself, but that night she disappears.

Sexual references

Wonder Wheel has some sexual references, For example:

  • Mickey says that Ginny's body language tells him she is 'vulnerable and desperate'.
  • Mickey tells Ginny it's not the first time he's had sex with a married woman.
  • Ginny talks about how she ended up in bed with another actor, although she loved her husband.
  • Ginny tells Mickey she'll 'go off' anywhere he wants her to.
  • Carolina (who doesn't know about the affair) tells Ginny that Mickey was very charming and flirtatious with her.

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

Wonder Wheel shows some use of substances. For example:

  • Humpty is an alcoholic who sometimes goes back to drinking, although Ginny does her best to stop him. When he drinks he becomes violent.
  • Ginny also drinks surreptitiously and keeps a bottle of whisky hidden in the cupboard. Richie sees her drink three glasses of whisky in a row.
  • Many characters drink and smoke.

Nudity and sexual activity

Wonder Wheel shows some partial nudity and sexual activity. For example:

  • Both Ginny and Carolina wear very revealing dresses.
  • Humpty undresses down to his underwear, and Ginny wears a transparent negligee in bed.
  • Ginny is seen in her underwear, putting on her stockings. Mickey watches her. He is undressed but covered by a sheet from the waist down.
  • Mickey and Ginny have sex under the boardwalk, fully clothed. They also have sex on the beach and at Mickey's home, although not much is shown.
  • Mickey and Ginny kiss passionately several times.

Product placement

The following products are displayed or used in Wonder Wheel: Coca Cola and Pepsi

Coarse language

Wonder Wheel has some coarse language, profanity and name-calling.

Ideas to discuss with your children

Wonder Wheel has some coarse language, profanity and name-calling.