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19 Weeks Pregnant
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
Round ligaments: if the pain is worse with movement or positional changes, then the labia pain is likely round ligament pain. Round ligaments are ligaments that run from near the top of the uterus down to your labia, and look a bit like suspenders. As your uterus grows in the second trimester, those ligaments will get stretched, especially while walking or changing positions. Round ligament pain is not dangerous. ...Read more
How dangerous is it to be anorexic and have gone from 80lbs to 125lbs to 115lbs and be 19 weeks pregnant?
"No gain= pain": Actually, you have demonstrated the ability to gain weight during this pregnancy and only recently lost 10 lbs. Your OB md has to be carefully monitoring your pregnancy, and you should be bluntly honest about your eating disorder so that a therapist can be consulted to help you maintain this pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fluttering is normal: We usually don't recommend starting kick counts until 28 weeks. you should be feeling some kicking at this point even though not regular. Follow up with your ob for ant further recommendations and testing ...Read more
I'm having pain on both of my ovaries. I'm currently 19 weeks pregnant and i feel like they are full and they hurt . What could this be?
Round ligament pain: Your ovaries are not very active when you are pregnant. Pain in your left/right lower abdomen at this time is caused by stretching o the ligaments attached to your uterus as the uterus is "lifting" out of the pelvis. It is normal and nothing to worry about. Your bowels are also pushed aside so bloating/gas pains/constipation can be felt more to the side! ...Read more
Pregnant and bloated: At 20 weeks of pregnancy the uterus is at the level of the umbilicus (belly button). Since it is now an abdominal organ, it is competing for space with your bowels and bladder as well. Also in pregnancy, ladies tend to have increased constipation which dilates the bowels. Try increasing fluid intake and fiber to enhance bowel motility. Do not use laxatives unless you are advised to by your ob. ...Read more
Let me try to help: Good nutrition during pregnancy, and enough of it, is very important for your baby to grow and develop. You should consume about 300 more calories per day than you did before you became pregnant. I am going to give a web site you review in detail your dietary requirement's. http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/eating-right-when-pregnant ...Read more
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