This Is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam KayAdam Kay was a junior doctor from 2004 until 2010, before a devastating experience on a ward caused him to reconsider his future. He kept a diary throughout his training, and This Is Going to Hurt intersperses tales from the front line of the NHS with reflections on the current crisis. The result is a first-hand account of life as a junior doctor in all its joy, pain, sacrifice and maddening bureaucracy, and a love letter to those who might at any moment be holding our lives in their hands.
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Heather Ryan, who works in Swadlincote and is 23 weeks pregnant with her first child, has branded a section of the publication "offensive", "sexist" "misogynistic" and "outdated". Emma's Diary, produced by Lifecycle Marketing, is a quarterly publication providing pregnancy advice for expectant mums. It also includes medical advice on what to do during pregnancy and after a baby is born. The publication has been supported by and is associated with the Royal College of General Practictioners. But Mrs Ryan vented her frustration with the diary section of the book on mums forum website Mumsnet. Her highly-critical post has received more than responses on the online platform.
I had never heard of the condition and spent the pregnancy vomiting and being bed bound. I hid from the world. Only my immediate family saw me and therefore saw how ill I was. When Adam was 7 weeks old I attended the Pregnancy Sickness Support conference and became a volunteer. Over the past 5 years I became a trustee of the charity and administered their online forum.
A normal pregnancy lasts around days, or 40 weeks from the first day of your last period. Pregnancy is often divided into thirds, called trimesters. The first trimester is week one to week 12, the second is week 13 to week 26, and the third is week 27 to week Your ovary releases an egg around 14 days before your period. This is called ovulation. It's usually in the middle of a day menstrual cycle, but can be later if you have longer cycles and earlier if your cycle is shorter.
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