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Shari Puterman [email protected] Published 5:13 p.m. UTC Jun 21, 2018 If you’re from the Louisiana area, the name Elbert Lee Guillory may ring a bell. The former Louisiana senator hails from Opelousas, where he currently practices law, and is the proud father of children Elbert Guillory II, 43, and Imani Guillory-Fruge, 27. For the kids, growing up in the public eye had its highs and lows – but Imani looks back at the bright spots with fondness. “My dad’s always been in the spotlight,” she says. “My dad and mom (Marie Yvonne Guillory) were part of lots of charities and organizations, just heavily involved. We did a lot of traveling around the world – China, Egypt, Canada – they loved the adventure.” As the saying goes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Imani’s life has been nothing short of a whirlwind, and as she grew up, adventure never failed to follow. After graduating from the … [Read more...] about La. mom gives birth 3 days after finding out she’s pregnant
Dear Doctor, My does my menstruation last almost a week yet I read that the normal period is 3 to 4 days? Am I normal? Is there something wrong with my system? Shanitah You have not specified whether this is a recent change or it has been like this since you got your first period. Normally, menstruation begins at puberty due to surge in hormones. The first few cycles, say up to six months, are irregular, but then it becomes regular. The cycle varies from individual to individual and is usually set at 21 to 30 or 35 days, minus a week. It can last from three to five to seven days. It is maintained by balance of changing hormone levels of estrogen and progesterone. Similar to puberty, around menopause, the cycles tend to become irregular. There can be scanty bleeding with a gap between cycles or there can be excess and prolonged bleeding. Menstruation stops during pregnancy and resumes again after four weeks or even up to 12 weeks after delivering a child. In some women, menstrual cycles … [Read more...] about Should my menstrual period last a week?
Elianna Constantino is doing what any other 4-month-old does: laughing, cooing and recognizing her mom, dad and 3-year-old brother. RON KOSEN / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER Elianna Constantino, 4 months old, is the first patient enrolled in the world’s first clinical trial using stem cells transplanted in utero. Chris Constantino, left, Gabriel Constantino, age 3, Nichelle Obar and Elianna Constantino enjoy a family moment. Elianna Constantino is doing what any other 4-month-old does: laughing, cooing and recognizing her mom, dad and 3-year-old brother. You’d never know the Kauai infant has been fighting for her life, undergoing five blood transfusions and a bone marrow transplant even before she was born. She is the first patient enrolled in a clinical trial involving blood stem cells transplanted in utero to potentially cure a fatal genetic disease known as alpha thalassemia major, which causes fetuses to develop anemia, heart failure and brain damage … [Read more...] about Clinical trial offers hope for isle 4-month-old
MUM-TO-BE Joni Reinkemeyer, 22, and her boyfriend Chris Skain, 28, from Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, were thrilled when they found out they were becoming parents. But 19 weeks into her pregnancy Joni was given the heartbreaking news that her baby boy was seriously ill. She was stunned when doctors suggested opening her up, operating on him – and then putting him back in her womb for ten weeks. Here, Joni, shares her remarkable story of how her little boy was born TWICE... I was so excited for my 19-week scan. My boyfriend Chris and I were going to find out the gender of our baby. Chris had taken time off work so we could go to the appointment together. We had even planned a gender reveal party for our friends and family on the weekend. At the doctor’s office, I lay on the bed as the technician passed the ultrasound over my stomach. I held Chris’s hand, and couldn’t stop smiling. I had always wanted three or four children, and although this pregnancy … [Read more...] about My baby was born TWICE after surgeons operated on him and then put him back in my womb for 10 weeks