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Scirj Volume X, Issue II, February 2022 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th February 2022
Full Paper available from: 25th February 2022


PREVALENCE OF COCCYDYNIA IN WOMEN DURING POSTPARTUM PERIOD
Sadia Moazzam, Memona Tariq, Hafiz Muhammad Uzair Asghar, Maham Javaid

Abstract: Coccydynia also familiar as coccygodynia, coccygeal pain, caoccalgia which implies at the lowest part of spine, the coccyx. There is a noticeable pain in and around the coccyx mainly caused by childbirth pressure. In general, relaxants and other hormones are responsible as they can cause stretching and relaxation of pelvic floor and move or can rotate the coccyx to cause pain. It can also be due to sudden impact on coccyx due to fall, repetitive trauma of ligaments and muscles attached with coccyx, partial dislocation of coccyx, and sacrococcygeal synchondrosis due to abnormal movement of coccyx from excessive sitting, overweight or underweight, aging, infection and sometimes due to tumor. It is more common in postpartum women of increased body mass index and those who had more than one normal delivery.
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Extraterrestrial Life: A Journey Through Space
Ahmed Mohamed Abdelghany Sherif, Abdelrahman Ahmed Kotb Abdelaziz

Abstract: Space travel is life-enhancing; Thus, it is worth doing. Astronomy and studying extraterrestrial life are very important in order to know how everything around us works. Furthermore, exploring the extraordinary objects will help us find habitable planets to live on after the sun dies, saving humanity. Moreover, we might be able to find aliens and other creatures in the universe and communicate with them. Our research paper focuses on the most important technique to study and observe space, the telescope. It also focuses on the most common things in our universe, such as dark matter, dark energy, black holes, and white holes, to understand the nature of the universe and expand our knowledge about the ability to find extraterrestrial life. Our universe mainly consists of 68% dark energy, 27% dark matter, and 5% baryonic matter. Dark energy is responsible for the accelerated expansion of the universe. Dark matter is mainly helping the stars and galaxies stay in their orbits instead of floating randomly in space. Black and white holes are also from the interesting structures to study. Considering all the possible results that could be achieved, scientists are making a lot of effort searching for extraterrestrial intelligence.
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