Doctor insights on:
10 Weeks Pregnant What To Expect
Not much change yet: At 10 weeks the bloating and hunger can continue through the first trimester and maybe the entire pregnancy, but usually gets better after 12-14 weeks. Eat small frequent meals as this can help with the nausea too. Some women also experience excess salivation at htis point that can be associated with a slight metallic taste.Hang in there... Second trimester is usually easier. ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Im 10 weeks pregnant what can I take for tension headaches? Aleve helps a lot but i can't take that right now
Headaches/Pregnancy: Have you discussed with your obstetrician? Headaches may be associated or exacerbated with pregnancy. For tension ha you can try tyelenol. However, given pregnancy i would recommend injections such as trigger points for muscular pain or massage therapy prior. It may be beneficial to also try acupuncture. ...Read more
Neural tube defects: Folate is necessary for many metabolic processes for you and your baby. However, folate deficiency in early pregnancy (first month) can be related to neural tube defects - problems with brain, spine and spinal cord. Luckily, many foods are fortified with folate (folic acid) as most women are unaware they are pregnant until after the first month. Take a good prenatal vitamin if you are not alread. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 2-year-old was diagnosed with likely fifth disease. I'm 10 weeks pregnant. What are the risks? What can I do?
Small: Even though you are in your 1st trimester, when I recently researched risks to the fetus, they are minimal to none. Take the usual precautions of distance from your 2 year old. It is a disease of children and it is unlikely you will get sick. All the best. Look at cdc. gov website. ...Read more
I have a urinary tract infection, but I am also 10 weeks pregnant. What could this mean? Is it part of being pregnant? Shoul i be worried about it? What can I take?
Urinary : Urinary tract infections are very common in pregnancy due to hormonal changes. You need to see your doctor to be certain this is what you are dealing with. A urine culture will be done and other urine testing. Your doctor will decide if antibiotics are warranted. If so you will be given an antibiotic that is safe to use during pregnancy. This should be dealt with as soon as possible to prevent complications. Take care. ...Read more
Pinching pain in right armpit when move arm -- dr said no swollen glands or lumps. 10 weeks pregnant. What could cause this?
Breast tissue: Progesterone, one of the hormones of pregnancy, does cause breast tissue enlargement in pregnancy, it's possible that this pinching pain is related to breast enlargement and swelling. If you had a breast exam by the doctor and you don't feel anything yourself, likely okay. But keep an eye on it. Breast cancers do occur in young women, so be vigilant and your own advocate if you're worried. ...Read more
10 weeks pregnant wife, 3 cerv. Polyps, light spotting, doc said to expect. Sex for first time in a month & bled with 3 small dark clots? Norm u/s at 8 wks.
Sure: But watch it... The adage you're eating for two should be tempered by the fact that too much weight gain places you and baby at risk for significant health complications...And research suggests not just during the pregnancy either - quite possibly long-term consequences for both of you... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Every thanksgiving its traditional for me and my military family to go shooting. I'm 10 weeks pregnant. Is it ok for me to shoot?
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- 10 weeks pregnant with twins what to expect
- What to expect at 19 weeks pregnant?
- 21 weeks pregnant what to expect
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- 34 weeks pregnant what to expect
- 18 weeks pregnant what to expect
- 30 weeks pregnant with twins what to expect
- 35 weeks pregnant with twins what to expect
- Talk to a perinatologist online for free