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Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Why I Wanna Be A 7 Stars Doctor??

Hye readersssss!!! May peace be upon all of u! :D today is my offday from working, and since long time i never "touch" this blog, i would like to share an essay of mine.....this short essay is actually requested by my current Orthopaedic Head of's one of the 5 requirements before entering Orthopaedic & Traumatology Department posting, Sungai Buloh Hospital...

Why I want to be a doctor??
By : Hazwani binti Abdul Raffar

     Why I want to be a doctor? This question always running in my mind since I was young. Hmmm…may be from others’ mirrors, being a doctor is a symbol of high respect, glamourous and wealth, but for me being a doctor is not only for getting all that, and not only about treating other people. It also includes being a role model and a symbol of humanity. Being a doctor is not depend on hardwork and intelligence alone, it also need a deep interest along with passion. This passion and desire of wanting to help people is the feeling that keeps on encouraging me to be a doctor. Since my childhood, I realized that I am more sensitive to my surroundings. I care about other people’s problems and I always hope to be able to help them.

     I struggled hard since primary school to enter medical school, during my first year in medical school, I thought that becoming a doctor just need to pass exams and obtaining a degree after five to six years study but medical school had corrected me that I was wrong. Becoming a doctor is not just passing exams and obtaining a degree at the end of five to six years. Medicine involves treating patients, and hence once has to have good communication skills, be able acquire new skills besides being able to develop charisma and self-confidence. I have learnt a lot during that five years time in medical school. Alhamdulillah.

     My father always encourage me by telling that relieving the suffering of others is one of the things that are very much encouraged to be perfomed according to Prophet Muhammad PBUH.  There is no better job in trying to achieve this than being in medical field. People who come to a doctor are those with some form of suffering, be it physical or mental. I always imagine and hope that I can make change to others lives so that they will have more quality of lives. By being a doctor, I have the ability and opportunities to make a difference in people’s lives.

     Besides, being a doctor had taught me to always remain organized, consistent, and disciplined. Working as a doctor makes me really appreciate with time. Yeah, may be a full 24 hours off day is just like normal to others who are not a doctor, but for a doctor, I believe if he/she gets a 24 hours off day, he/she will really appreciate that ‘short’ period of time and indirectly will force him/her to always think, select and decide the priority things to do. This will lead me to be an organized and disciplined person.

     Last but not least, i really want to be a doctor because of my religion, for the sake of my Islam. There is a hadith states that whenever a person leaves his/her houses with the intention of helping another human being, Allah will rewards him/her with the blessing equivalent to someone who perfoms "iktikaf" inside the mosque for a month. So, a doctor who leaves his/her house to help other people will get the blessing from Allah all day long, provided he/she is sincere and does not expect any direct reward from the person that he/she helps.
     I pray to Allah, may i become a good muslimah doctor through out my life, InshaAllah.....

P/s: Sooo........HOW MANY STARS U WANNA GIMME??? hehehe...:D

Monday, 27 May 2013

.:: Relax Dad, Take It Easy!! ::.

Hye hye!!! long long time i never touch this blogspot.....hmmm...had feeling to write something but always been distracted with other things...(just a reason of my lazziness actually! ahaks), okay, today i just re-type an article that i read from Positive Parenting magazine (got a complimentary copy from my ward)....this article may be important to all the fathers-to-be or already a father and currently is waiting to have more kids...hehe...seems lots of my friends are excitedly waiting for their time to be a father, i think by reading this article can help u to prepare urselves.....happy reading!

Originally writen by Dr. H. Krishna Kumar,
Consultant and Head of Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
An educational collaboration of O&G Society of Malaysia.

As a new dad, you may feel unprepared for the arrival of your baby. The following tips are intended to help you minimise the pre-baby jitters in order to get through it with the minimum amount of fuss.


1. Keep yourself in the loop.
Active participation with your wife's pre-natal check ups keep you updated with her pregnancy progress
and helps connect you with each other.

2. Be attentive to the 'new' mother.
Not every pregnancy is the same, so be sensitive to your wife's needs and moods. Keep in mind that she
might be having trouble adjusting to her "new" self too, so endure these changes in whatever way that works best for the both of you. Make sure you discuss how you can help throughout her pregnancy and delivery.

3. Discuss your concerns.
You do not need to look very far for support, talk to your wife about anything that you are worried about.
You may also want to discuss your anxiety with other experinced dads. Do no b afraid to ask any questions if you have doubt.

4. Take care of your health.
You will need to handle many new challenges, you baby's delivery, mother and baby's home-coming, and post-partum care for your wife. That is not including the time you'll need to spend caring for your child as he or she grows up. So, it's in everyone's interest for you to stay healthy. Start eating right and make sure you get enough exercise and rest.

5. Support each other.
Parenting should be handled together, so you will need to be mutually supportive of each other. Try to hlp out your wife as much as you can, and above all, be sure to communicate your expectations with each other.

6. Take time to discuss money matters.
If possible, discuss financial issues and negotiate each other's roles in parenting beforehand, preferably before your baby arrives, in order to avoid stress or conflicts later.

7. Spend quality time together.
Pregnancy can bring you closer, so make the most of this opportunity by talking with each other about your feelings, insecurities, worries, joys, and everything else you want to share. You will need to support each other so take advantage of this special time to bond and strengthen your relationship.

The last thing to remember is ---> embrace your fatherhood with a positive outlook as you are about to embark upon the most exciting and rewarding experience of your life.