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  • Diphtheria for Parents

    ... After the antibiotics and anti-toxin have taken effect, someone with diphtheria
    will need bed rest for a while (4 to 6 weeks, or until full recovery). ...

  • What's a Halo? for Parents

    ... or are recovering from spinal surgery walk, move around, and participate in
    many regular activities instead of being confined to bed rest while they ...

  • Your Pregnancy for Parents

    ... Sex During Pregnancy; Sleeping During Pregnancy; Staying Healthy
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  • What's Mono? for Kids

    ... Some kids with mono might not feel very sick at all, so a lot of bed rest isn't
    necessarily for everyone. But it's very important to listen to your body. ...

  • Polio for Parents

    ... asymptomatic and mild cases of abortive polio with no neurological symptoms
    were usually treated like the flu, with plenty of fluids and bed rest. ...

  • Pregnancy & Newborn Center for Parents

    ... Sex During Pregnancy; Sleeping During Pregnancy; Staying Healthy
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  • Cat Scratch Disease for Parents

    ... Kids with cat scratch disease don't need to be isolated from other family
    members. Bed rest is not necessary, but can help if a child tires easily. ...

  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) for Parents

    ... appropriate amount of weight. Some women are placed on bed rest
    to try to improve blood flow to the baby. In some cases ...

  • Preventing Premature Birth for Parents

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