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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


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Im 17 weeks pregnant and i still not feel my baby's movement is that ok or normal?

Im 17 weeks pregnant and i still not feel my baby's movement is that ok or normal?

Check out this link.: Most fetal movements occur on the 16th to the 25th week of pregnancy. U r fine. Best wishes and god bless u! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/baby/fetal-movement-feeling-baby-kick. ...Read more

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I'm 17 weeks pregnant and tonight i feel like i may have food poisoning. I have gas my stomach hurts and i feel like i need to have a bowel movement .

I'm 17 weeks pregnant and tonight i feel like i may have food poisoning. I have gas my stomach hurts and i feel like i need to have a bowel movement .

Unlikely: Food poioning is usually associated with terribel vomiting and diarrhea, sometime bloddy diarrhea. Pregnancy can often be associated with bloatign and slow down of your GI system. If it persists or worsens certainly call your doctor. ...Read more

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I am 17 weeks pregnant, last week i had a minor car accident, everything is fine but i think i used to feel baby movement before. Plz advise.

See your OB/GYN: You should see your ob/gyn who can check the baby and make sure everything is okay. They can check the baby's heart rate and consider an ultrasound if necessary. ...Read more

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17 weeks pregnant. bright red blood from vagina after straining to have a bowel movement. stopped after a couple wipes. No cramps. Should I go to er?

17 weeks pregnant. bright red blood from vagina after straining to have a bowel movement. stopped after a couple wipes. No cramps. Should I go to er?

See your doc!: If you're sure the bleeding came from the vagina (and not the rectum from a hemorrhoid/fissure) then you should see your doctor, especially if it happens again and/or you develop cramping with it. Good luck! ...Read more

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I am 17 weeks pregnant and I had pain in my pelvic it has happen two times since I turned 17 weeks. It will start and slightly go away with feet up?

I am 17 weeks pregnant  and I had pain in my pelvic it has happen two times since I turned 17 weeks. It will start and slightly go away with feet up?

Pregnancy: At seventeen weeks of pregnancy, the fetus is strong enough to cause a cramp in the uterus with movement of the legs or arms. If this continues over the next few days, go to your obstetric provider for an ultrasound. This is probably normal, but for peace of mind, you should be examined. ...Read more

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17 weeks pregnant and I still don't crave anything is this ok?

17 weeks pregnant and I still don't crave anything is this ok?

Very much okay: Cravings are not universal and certainly not a desired feature of pregnancy. I trust that you are taking anti-natal vitamins and are under the care of a doctor for the sake of your and your baby's heath. ...Read more

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I am 17 weeks pregnant and have had awful sickness , up to 7 + times a day , haven't slept in over 48 hours , what can I do ?

I am 17 weeks pregnant and have had awful sickness , up to 7 + times a day , haven't slept in over 48 hours ,  what can I do ?

Call your doctor!!: You are likely becoming very dehydrated...If not already! dehydration in pregnancy will make many types of illnesses, much more difficult to recover from. Call your doctor to discuss your symptoms in detail. They may recommend an evaluation at the hospital or possibly call in medications they help you get sleep and help you hold down fluids. Fyi..Babies tolerate these episodes extremely well! ...Read more

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