Having to tell their families.
The cost of the interventions.
The inconvenience of multiple tests.
The right scheduling of sexual intercourse.
Hold a rattle
Bang two blocks
Drink from a cup
Holding the bottle so the nipple is always filled with formula.
Allowing her seven – pound baby to sleep after taking 1 ½ ounces from the bottle.
Burping the baby every ten minutes during the feeding.
Warming the formula bottle in the microwave for 15 seconds and giving it directly to the baby.
Bluish coloration of the cervix and vaginal walls
Pronounced softening of the cervix
Clot of very thick mucous that obstructs the cervical canal
Slight rotation of the uterus to the right
Teach her how to meet the needs of self and her family
Explain the changes in diet necessary for pregnant women
Question her understanding and use of the food pyramid
Conduct a diet history to determine her normal eating routines
Increase her fluid intake to three liters/day.
Request a prescription for a laxative from her physician.
Stop taking iron supplements.
Take two tablespoons of mineral oil daily.
Competitive board games with older children
With their own toys along side with other children
Alone with hand held computer games
Cooperatively with other preschoolers
Aerobic exercise classes
Transportation for shopping trips
Regularly scheduled social activities
Scrambled egg. hash browned potatoes. half-glass of buttermilk. large nectarine
3oz. Chicken. ½ C. corn. lettuce salad. small banana
1 C. macaroni. ¾ C. peas. whole glass milk. medium pear
Beef. ½ C. Lima beans. glass of skim milk. ¾ C. strawberries