How Inequalities In Interactions Happen Essay

825 words - 4 pages

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1.Vai Jums bieži ir stress?
[pic] regulāri
[pic] bieži
[pic] reti
[pic] nekad

2. Kādā veidā Jūs pārvarat stresu? (vairākas atbildes iespējamas)
[pic] Smēķējot
[pic]Graužot nagus
[pic] Lietojot alkoholu
[pic] Ēdot
[pic] Apzīmējot lapas malas
[pic] Šūpojot kājas
[pic] Košļājot košļeni
[pic] Citi varianti:__eju vannā vai dušā___________

3. Kad Jūs izjutāt pirmās sūdzības par kuņģa – zarnu traktu (piem., dedzinošu sajūtu, sliktu dūšu, smaguma sajūtu u.c.)? (aptuvenais laiks – gados, mēnešos, nedēļās utt.)
Man bija 16 gadi, kad sāku izjust visas pieminētās blakusparādības. Tiku nozīmēta ...view middle of the document...

11. Vai gastrīta/kuņģa čūlas laikā Jums ir samazinājies svars?

Jā, jo parasti to pavada stress. Stresa laikā mēdzu aizmirst paēst, vai ēdu maz un to, kas pagadās un rezultātā sāk rasties gastrītam raksturīgās sajūtas.

12. Vai Jūsu ģimenē ir sastopamas kādas kuņģa – zarnu trakta slimības (piem., kuņģa čūla, divpadsmitpirkstu zarnas čūla, gastrīts, enterīts, kolīts, aknu ciroze u.c)? (Ja ir, kādas?)

Viena radiniece smagi slimoja kolīta dēļ, viņai bija vesela „buķete” kuņģa slimību kā arī problēmas ar vairogdziedzeri, kas diemžēl beidzās letāli. Tētis slimo ar aizkuņģa dziedzera problēmām.

13. Cik bieži Jūs apmeklējat ģimenes ārstu?
Reizi pusgadā.

14. Vai Jūs esat ilgstoši badojies/-usies? Vai ir diagnosticēta anoreksija, bulīmija? (Ja jā, kas no minētā)

Esmu slimojusi ar bulīmiju ~2,5 gadus. Diagnosticēta nav. Lielākoties jau cilvēki ar šīm slimībām neiet pie ārstiem un nediagnosticē tās. Slimības laiks aptuveni pārklājas ar smagāko gastrīta slimošanas periodu.

15. Vai Jūs bieži lietojat nesteroīdos pretiekaisuma līdzekļus (piem., aspirīns, ibuprofēns utt.)?


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