Thursday, January 06, 2011

What Percentage of Residents in Surveyed Nations Look Online for Health Information? - Data Points - iHealthBeat

What Percentage of Residents in Surveyed Nations Look Online for Health Information? - Data Points - iHealthBeat: " Roughly 96% of residents of Russia search online sometimes or often for information on their health, medicines or medical conditions, according to a London School of Economics survey commissioned by United Kingdom health care firm Bupa.

According to the survey, 92% of China residents use the Internet to find health-related information, followed by India at 90%. The survey found that about 80% of U.S. residents look online for health-related information and that French residents are least likely to do so.

According to the survey, about 81% of individuals in the 12 countries surveyed who have access to the Internet have used it to look for health care-related information."

Health is the second most commonly searched topic on the net. ( The first is porn !)

11 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:12 AM

    i am 6dpt (1 frozen blastocyst). when do you think I could expect to see my first positive home pregnancy test?

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    1. Read more at www.drmalpani.com/knowledge-center/articles/hcg

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  2. Anonymous11:42 AM

    Hi Dr, i have two 5 cells embryo freeze in hospital. 1 day before FET, it has been taken out from incubator. 1 still remain 5 cells, the other one became 3 cells only. Is this means the embryo is dead?

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    1. This means your embryos have arrested, sorry. There is no point in transferring them.
      Do you have photos of your embryos?

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    3. This means your embryos have arrested, sorry. There is no point in transferring them.
      Do you have photos of your embryos?

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    4. This means your embryos have arrested, sorry. There is no point in transferring them.
      Do you have photos of your embryos?

      Delete
  3. Anonymous12:16 PM

    Hello Doc,I got a negative Beta HCG on day 13 of embryo transfer.Its been 3 days since the test.Can I take the test again because I did not get periods yet?

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    1. No - a negative HCG means you are not pregnant

      Your period will start soon

      Can you send me more details about your IVF cycle ?
      DO YOU HAVE PHOTOS OF YOUR EMBRYOS ?

      You can see what embryos should look like at http://www.drmalpani.com/knowledge-center/ivf/embryos

      What were the meds which were used for
      superovulation ? What was the dose used ? How many follicles did you grow ? How many eggs were collected ? What was the E2 ( estradiol) level in the blood at the time of the HCG trigger ? What was the endometrial thickness ?
      How many embryos were transferred ?
      What was the embryo quality ?
      Can you please send me the printed treatment summary from your IVF clinic ?

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  4. Anonymous6:32 AM

    Egg retrieval on 27/12/2017. Transfering 30/12/2017. 4 3 day embryos transferred. 2mine,2 donated. Beta hcg-blood 9days post-18.32. Very scared

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    1. I agree this is not good news and suggests your IVF cycle has failed, sorry

      Can you send me more details about your IVF cycle ?
      DO YOU HAVE PHOTOS OF YOUR EMBRYOS ?

      You can see what embryos should look like at http://www.drmalpani.com/knowledge-center/ivf/embryos

      What were the meds which were used for
      superovulation ? What was the dose used ? How many follicles did you grow ? How many eggs were collected ? What was the E2 ( estradiol) level in the blood at the time of the HCG trigger ? What was the endometrial thickness ?
      How many embryos were transferred ?
      What was the embryo quality ?
      Can you please send me the printed treatment summary from your IVF clinic ?

      Delete

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