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11 Weeks Pregnant
Low risk: This value is considered low risk. Keep in mind this test is not perfect. It can be false both ways. If the value is far higher than this, further testing would be in order. Also, the woman's age is a factor here too. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
My wife is 11 week pregnant and we went for sonography. The NT came 2mm. Her age is 24yrs please suggest what does it mean?
NT= 2 ??: I am not sure what NT stands for but... Just as there are standard curves for growth in wt a length and head circumphrence there is a spread around the mean. What we really are looking for most closely is the continuing growth of th fetus. ...Read more
Discourage it -: The national transportation safety board stated personal watercraft have no braking mechanism. They coast to a stop, and while coasting, there is no turning ability. tom ebro, president of aquatic risk management stated what makes personal watercraft so ultra-dangerous is the fact that it will not steer when you suddenly have a surprise and let off the throttle. jet skis are rudderless. ...Read more
What did your OB doc: Say /s like this should be directed to you OB doc, everyone shows differnet depending on your ht, wt and how many pregnancies you have had, if this is yoru first one you may not show until 15-20 weeks. ...Read more
Maybe: Some spotting may be normal. Get checked. An ultrasound would show the babies heartbeat, which would be reassuring. ...Read more
Maybe...: Cramping in early pregnancy can be normal. An example of normal cramping is round ligament pain. As the uterus grows, it starts to stretch some of its supporting ligaments and this causes cramping. Cramping can also represent something worrisome such as a miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy. Cramping is more worrisome if there is also bleeding. Best to see your Ob. Best Wishes! ...Read more
I received a perm and am 11 weeks pregnant. I never thought about medical consequences.... Are there any?
Very doubtful: This should not pose a problem. Have a great baby and enjoy. ...Read more
I am 11 weeks pregnant and in the last 2 1/2 weeks I've lost over 17 pounds. Is this normal? This is my 3 child
"I'm 11 weeks pregnant, and my body feels super hot at night and sometimes during the day, why does this happen?"
Hello, there am nearly 11 weeks pregnant a for the last couple of days I haven't been feeling pregnant is this normal?
Likely yes!: However, in some cases it may be a result loss and a quit visit will confirm this or, hopefully give you some reassurance. ...Read more
I'm 11 weeks pregnant. I'm extremely sick and can only eat soup, I'm pretty much bed ridden. What can I do? What should I do?
Keep in touch w/Dr.: A pregnant woman with first trimester vomiting should keep in touch with her ob-gyn doctor to see what treatments / medications are available. If drinking soup, just drink enough to stay hydrated. Use a soup with balanced nutritional value, so one is less likely to get any nutrient or calorie deficiencies. Soup can be pureed in a blender if desired. Symptoms can be bad, but are temporary! ...Read more
I'm an 11 weeks pregnant and my sinsius is bloked and its painful is there anything I can take for it I've also lost my appetite?
humidify & hydrate: Make sure you are drinking 2-3 quarts of water per day. Blow your nose in the shower, where there is good humidity. Saline nasal spray is harmless. If you need medication, we usually use sudafed 30 mg 4 times a day if needed. Some people benefit from Mucinex (guaifenesin) 600 mg twice daily. At 11 weeks, all the organs are formed. Consult your physician. ...Read more
Hi there, am nearly 11 weeks pregnant and for the last week or so I haven't been feeling pregnant i still have a couple of symptoms?
You should be fine.: Symptoms vary among individuals. Follow up with your oby. Take care! ...Read more
Yes: This will not harm your baby. Just avoid them from this point on if you can. ...Read more
Sure: The risk with bowling is failing as the lanes are slick. At 11 weeks a fall isn't likely going to be an issue. Your baby is well protected. Later because of balance issues it might be a good idea to avoid bowling or just change your approach. Even if I can't convince you its safe, you can always walk up and throw the bowl instead of the usual stepping and sliding. ...Read more
Might be warning: Spotting when pregnancy happens to many women with no major effects on the baby. Heavier bleeding might signal impending miscarriage or bleeding later in pregnancy. There are many cases in between those two extremes. Most pregnancies turn out ok, but it is always important to inform the ob, especially if high risk or if rh negative. Don't give up hope. Just get more information by seeing ob. ...Read more
?: I do not know what entama is. ...Read more
Yes: It's fine now, but you should try to avoid laying flat on your back after about 20 weeks. ...Read more
Symptoms during PG vary greatly between individuals.
Not having "symptoms" does not mean anything is wrong with the PG. ...Read more
Probably ok: It is common to have a change in the amount and type of discharge one has during pregnancy. It this occurred quite suddenly it should be investigated to exclude infection such as a yeast infection. But if it is a gradual change with no other symptoms, especially no bleeding, it can be watched. Of course, if questions remain, speak with your obstetrician. Good wishes:) ...Read more
The only things you: Should be taking regularly is prenatal vitamins and if you are anemic, iron. There should not be any other foreign substances going in your body, other than healthy foods. You certainly should not drink any alcohol products or smoke cigarettes, nor should you use any tobacco products. Have a wonderful pregnancy and congratulations. Please make sure to have a great relationship with your OB doc ...Read more
Needs testing: Vaginal discharge requires an examination to determine the cause and treatment. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause and often has a vaginal odor. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. Testing is important to determine the treatment and keep you and your partner safe. ...Read more