Two pink lines after the removal of an ovary

Two pink lines after the removal of an ovary

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Does using a lubricant inhibit conception?

Does using a lubricant inhibit conception?

It may. There's some conflicting evidence, but a number of studies have found that vaginal lubricants can both damage sperm and interfere with their ability to travel to the uterus to fertilize an egg. This is true for many store-bought lubricants as well as for many homemade versions, such as olive oil.

While the pH (acidity) of cervical mucus produced just before ovulation is perfect for sperm survival and movement, the pH of most lubricants isn't sperm friendly. In fact, it's acidic enough to kill sperm. In addition, the thickness of lubricants can make it difficult for sperm to travel, and the water content can damage the sperm by causing them to absorb water.

The best lubricant to use when conception is your goal is foreplay. Take your time working up to intercourse. Ask your partner to do more touching, hugging, and kissing. Many women say they need 15 to 20 minutes of stimulation to get in the mood.

If you feel dry despite all attempts at foreplay, try using warm water as a lubricant. Water isn't toxic to sperm and won't interfere with the sperm's ability to reach the cervix.

If you still feel the need to use a lubricant while trying to become pregnant, it's best to choose one that's been shown in clinical trials to be safe and effective for conception. These are usually marketed as "fertility friendly" lubricants and include brands such as Pre-Seed and Conceive Plus.

Should I use a lubricant during sex while pregnant?

One of the great difficulties of parents is knowing how to deal with aggressive behavior in their children since, often, we face the disobedience and rebellion of our children. Aggression is a disorder that, in excess, and if it is not treated in childhood, will probably cause problems in the future, and will take the form of school failure, lack of socialization capacity and adaptation difficulties.

When you talk about aggressiveness, you are talking about hurting, physical or mental, to another person. Of an intentional action manifested through kicking, scratching, screaming, pushing, swearing, biting, pulling hair ... to another person. This behavior is relatively common and often appears when the child turns one year old.

When the baby is born, it brings loving and aggressive impulses that, with time and with the care of the parents, will begin to distinguish and differentiate. Depending on the establishment of your emotional ties, you will begin to develop one type of personal relationship or another. This is a very important concept with a great impact on the child's life. Your personality will be built from your knowledge of the world around you. For this, it is necessary for the baby to feel protected and cared for in his family environment.

The family is one of the most relevant elements within the sociocultural factor of the child. The family is everything to him. The family is their model of attitude, discipline, conduct and behavior. It is one of the factors that most influence the construction of aggressive behavior.

It is shown that the type of discipline that a family applies to the child will be responsible for their aggressive behavior. A father who is undemanding, for example, and who has hostile attitudes, and who is always disapproving and punishing with physical aggression or constantly threatening his child, will be promoting aggressiveness in the child.

Another factor that induces the child to be aggressive is when the relationship between his parents is tense and continuous. Within the sociocultural factor, the type of neighborhood where you live such as the presence of expressions that encourage aggressiveness, such as 'don't be a coward'.

The organic factors of hormonal type, brain problems, poor nutrition and health problems, among others, they also influence aggressive behavior. And within the social factor, the child who does not have verbal strategies to face difficult situations, will be easily led to aggression.

You can read more articles similar to Aggressive behavior in children, in the category of Conduct on site.

Raising a Bilingual Child


Raising your children bilingual connects them with their cultural heritage and gives them a skill that will serve them for a lifetime, professionally and personally – but it can be tricky. Here are some tools to help you succeed, even if you don’t speak Spanish.


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Pikler pedagogy in children's education

Pikler pedagogy in children's education
Retro panties

Knitted in jersey place, here is a panties easy to achieve. We love its bouffant side! Presented in the March 2008 issue of, she can coordinate with a retro waistcoat and a pretty woolen doll. Unless you prefer to knit it for a boy!


3 (6-12) months.


Phildar knitting yarn, Phil thalassa quality (75% cotton, 25% lyocell): 3 (3 - 4) pel. collar. Fennel. • aig. # 4. • 1 aig. twisted. • 54 (58 - 62) cm of flat elastic 3 cm wide.

Points used

Jersey end. : * 1 rg end., 1 rg approx. * • 6 m. crossed with 3 sun: put 3 m. waiting on the ea. twisted in front, then knit. together the first of each aig. then the 2nd m. of each aig. and finally the 3rd m. of each aig. for dim. 3 m = 6 m. cross.


A square of 10 cm in stockinette st, aig. No. 4 = 20 m. and 28 rows.


Back: he is comm. by size. Cast on 54 (58 - 62) sts. Tric. in jersey end. At 6 cm high. tot., increase at 1 m. from each end ts 2 rows 11 fs 1 m. = 76 (80-84) m. A 25 (27 - 29) cm high. tot., share work in 2 equal parts and term. each side separately on the 38 (40 - 42) sts. A 28 (30 - 32) cm high. tot., trav. thus: 3 months: * 6 m. crossed * 6 fs, 2 m. together = 19 m. 6 months: * 6 m. crossed * 6 fs, 2 fs 2 m. together = 20 m. 12 months: * 6 m. crossed * 7 fs = 21 m. Tric. 2 cm of stocking st. in distribution. 2 (1 - 0) dim. On the 1st row and bottom. than the back.


Sew the sides. Close the legs. Fold in half and sew the last 2 cm from the bottom of the legs. Close the rubber band in circles. Fold and sew the first 3 cm from the back by wrapping the flat elastic in this hem.

Creation: Patricia Antoine, Catherine Bouquerel and Juliette Liétar for Phildar.

Baby pillow. When do we use it?

Baby pillow. When do we use it?