by cj on 2005 Jul 3 - 15:04 | reply to this comment RE: CHECKED I agree 100% with everything posted in "checked". If a man shoves or slaps me, I consider that abuse. If my husband shoved or slapped me, I would not leave him the first time it happened, but I would make it very clear that I did not like being treated that way and found it insulting. I would also be very inclined to slap him right back. I don't see anything tender, loving and caring about being slapped and shoved. I think being "Taken in Hand" has a tender philsophy behind it where men must treat women with utmost respect, kindness, and protection. I could NEVER NEVER NEVER respect a man that slapped and shoved me. Never. Women are precious jewels. You are a precious jewel, so don't let a man treat you as though you were a mere stone to be kicked about. The writer of Checked said she is 50 years old, listen to a woman with years of experience. I am approaching 40 myself and have traveled quite a bit internationally in my life so I have some knowledge and experience as well. Shoving and slapping are not the same as being tenderly "taken in hand". Please think about this.

I'm a feminist and I agree with you, DeeMarie?. It's got to where I don't know whether to call myself "feminist" or not, because I object to gender feminists' rabid men bashing. It's important to recognize that the most vocal feminists are not the only ones there are. I believe there are a number of women and men proud to call themselves feminists on Taken In Hand and it's possible to be both taken in hand and a feminist. It's possible to be a feminist and yet criticize gender feminism. Don't tar us all with the same brush, as my mom used to say.

by a Taken In Hand reader on 2004 Nov 27 - 08:52 | reply to this comment My take on feminism There is, even in the "developed" world, a place for a lobbying movement for equality. And before I go any further, let me explain just what I mean by equality.

Tips to stay safe from urinary tract infections

After the numbing cold of the winter months, everyone is waiting for the arrival of summer and the relief brought by the damp and cold. But the hot and muggy summer months can also be a pain in the ass in many ways. This is the season when infections spike. And, with the arrival of the monsoon, the health risks also increase dramatically. Of course, mosquito-borne diseases are the main danger this season. But there are many other health risks that often go unnoticed. One such danger is urinary tract infections, which increase during the summer months. The urinary system involves the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Infections caused in this way are called urinary tract infections. It is usually caused by bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Most infections usually involve the lower urinary tract, i.e. the bladder and urethra. Women have a higher risk of urinary tract infections than men, which is more common in the summer. Risk of UTIs in hot days The summer months increase the risk of urinary tract infections due to dehydration because the body does not have enough fluid to clear through the bladder. Furthermore, the warm days of summer are perfect conditions for germs and bacteria to thrive. According to urologists, Urologists, "Summer is the ideal season when the weather is warmer and germs or bacteria are easier to grow. Hot weather also causes dehydration from there. leads to infrequent urination. Urine for longer periods and not using clean bathrooms can also contribute to UTIs. Soaking in a contaminated pool can also lead to infection. Citing other causes of urinary tract infections during hot summer days, Dr. Lunawat goes on to suggest that poor vaginal hygiene as well as excessive perspiration in the perineal area during sunny days can lead to infections. may facilitate the transfer of bacteria from the rectum to the urethra (especially in women). Blame E.coli The most common bacteria associated with urinary tract infections is Escherichia coli (E. coli), and this is the ultimate cause of infection. The bacteria are found naturally in a person's intestines but problems arise if they get into a person's urethra. Women of all ages can get this disease. Symptoms you need to look out for It is important to stay alert and seek immediate treatment if you notice any symptoms that may indicate a urinary tract infection. Urologists say that the most obvious symptoms of this condition are "burning sensation when urinating, cloudy urine, frequent urination, bloody urine, fever, sudden urge to urinate." , pressure in the lower abdomen, foul-smelling urine, pelvic and abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting." He warned that untreated UTIs can lead to fatal complications such as pyelonephritis. (nephritis) or sepsis and emphasizes the importance of prompt and appropriate treatment with medication. The importance of timely treatment According to urologists and consultant pathologists at Apollo Diagnostics, Pune, "UTIs are diagnosed through urinalysis and urinalysis to look for evidence of infection such as white blood cells. urine samples and isolates the causative bacteria in the urine because urine has many bacteria in common.These tests will be done if a person has burning and pain when urinating.Yes the risk of infection is higher if a person is diabetic or prone to stone formation.. Skipping the test can delay treatment and land you in trouble because the infection can also affect the kidneys if To reduce your risk of contracting Covid-19, you may choose to have a home service, where a urine sample will be collected at home." What can you do to stay safe? You can also do your own thing to prevent this difficult and annoying infection. Just take a few extra cases and you will be able to prevent urinary tract infections during the summer. • To prevent UTIs, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. • You must also maintain good personal hygiene in your genital area to prevent UTIs. • Avoid holding urine longer. • Wash underwear before use. • Avoid using public restrooms and swimming pools. • Do not use chemical products down there. • Wear skin-friendly bras made from breathable fabrics. • Contains probiotics. Additional precautions for women • If you are a woman, wipe from front to back after using the toilet to prevent bacteria from spreading from the anus to the vagina and urethra. • Change tampons from time to time after your period. • Avoid douching down there.


Anti-inflammatory benefits of ivy leaves Ivy leaves are not only famous for cough remedies, liver detoxification but it also has a great effect in fighting inflammatory problems of the body. The medicinal ivy leaf extract has been tested for its anti-inflammatory properties. The marked reduction of inflammatory symptoms by ivy leaf extract shows the potential of this medicinal herb with anti-inflammatory, arthritis, rheumatism, gout. Herbal ivy in nature: Hedera helix (Linn) ivy belongs to the family Araliaceae and is found in hot, humid tropical climates. It is a woody, climbing wall, covering the walls with thick foliage. It is also grown as an ornamental plant. In folk medicine, ivy leaves are used to treat benign warts and inflammation. Inflammation is a fundamental protective response. However, inflammation can be harmful in conditions such as life-threatening hypersensitivity reactions to insect bites, drugs, and toxins, and in chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, and fibrosis. lung and cancer. Inflammation has been shown to increase cancer and chronic risk. Anti-inflammatory effects of ivy leaves: The medicinal plant extracts of ivy leaves (Hedera helix) have been reported to have antioxidant, antispasmodic, and antiallergic properties. Effect of dry extract on respiratory function of children with chronic bronchial asthma and anticancer activity. In an effort to find new herbal sources for the treatment of inflammation, current studies in ivy have been tested for its anti-inflammatory properties using 2% formalin to induce inflammation. Anti-inflammatory experiments were performed using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as reference drugs. The antiallergic properties of ivy leaf medicinal extracts were also monitored. Swiss Albino rats (6-8 weeks old) of both sexes were used in the study. Animals of approximately equal age and weight were used for the experimental and control groups. For the preparation of the ivy leaf medicinal extract, the leaves of the plant were collected and identified in the botany department of the University of St. Joseph, Darjeeling. Leaves are washed with water. Use 10g ivy leaves, wash and crush. Add 15ml white wine, keep in refrigerator at 4° for 12 hours. The extract was then filtered through filter paper, then the filtrate was filtered through a Millipore filter and the final solution obtained was stored at 4° for further use. Animals were divided into five groups of eight mice each (Group A, B, C, D and E). Twenty minutes before inflammation, group A mice were used as controls, and each group A animal received only intraperitoneal (i.p.) phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) (3 ml/kg). Groups B, C and D test rats received Hedera ethanol extract 2.5-7.5 ml/kg wt (25 μl, 50 μl and 75 μl per animal, respectively). Group E animals received a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (diclofenac) as a reference drug 100 mg/kg. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been used as they are non-biological anti-inflammatory drugs. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been reported to suppress inflammation induced by various agents in experimental animal models. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are commonly used in the treatment or management of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis and for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs work to reduce inflammation, swelling, and pain in joints by inhibiting synthesis. The drug also affects polymorphonuclear leukocyte function in vitro, thereby reducing chemotaxis, toxic superoxide radical formation, oxygen free radical generation, and neutral protease production. However, it can cause some side effects such as drowsiness. Although the anti-inflammatory, analgesic trial was successful, for its antitoxic activity further testing is needed in the future. The use of ivy leaf functional food ingredient extract for the treatment of inflammation and arthritis has opened up a safe, effective and cost-effective herbal treatment for these chronic diseases. . See more source:{96317F28-F7EF-4EFF-968B-BA18CAD35EE1}&FilterField1=Contact&FilterValue1=tuvanduocnvc{DAA7FD7A-C797-4705-9F3D-F6AFA1187095}&FilterField1=FirstName?&FilterValue1=songkhoesongdep{658FD3CA-639D-49A2-9856-3E9A1B349A41}&FilterField1=_x0631__x0642__x0645__x0020__x06&FilterValue1=2562369413{627A39DA-723A-41F8-99B6-682F05BA2A6B}&FilterField1=First_x0020_Name&FilterValue1=bacsituvan&FilterField2=First_x0020_Name&FilterValue2=C%E1%BB%95ng%20Xoay%20B

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