LADYTIMER DAILY QUIZ
Mar 16, 2023
A two-month-old baby is too young to feel “bored”.
A two month old may begin to act fussy or cry if they are in one position, or doing one activity (such as laying on the floor) for too long.
Babies can get acne.
Baby acne is common for newborns. It typically looks like small, red or white bumps on your baby’s face. It will usually clear up within a few months. A physician can confirm if the bumps are baby acne just by looking at your baby’s skin.
Thick crusting or scaly patches that appear white or yellow on your baby’s head are normal for newborns.
This condition, called cradle cap, is common in newborns. It typically clears up within several months. It is usually confined to the baby’s head, though may occur on the ears, eyelids, nose or groin area. It generally causes no discomfort to the baby, but should be cleaned daily with mild baby shampoo.
Tracking basal body temperature is more reliable than urine tests.
If it is very important that you know if and when an egg is released, a urine test kit, called an ovulation predictor kit, works better. BBT also is not a reliable way to prevent pregnancy.
Endometriosis is when tissue that typically lines the uterus is found outside the uterus.
This extra tissue growth — and the surgical removal of it — can cause scarring, which may obstruct the tube and keep the egg and sperm from uniting.
'The coil' is the other name of the vaginal ring.
The coil contraception refers to IUD. This is a small T-shaped plastic and copper device that’s inserted into your womb (uterus) by a specially trained doctor or nurse.