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24 Weeks Pregnant
Call your OB: If you had intercourse that can cause it but if u were my pt I would check u and do an ultrasound and also check the cervical length to make sure the cervix is not trying to thin out or dilate prematurely. ...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
5 and a half: A woman 24 weeks pregnant is 5 and a half months pregnant. ...Read more
Ok to clean: It is ok to use normal household cleaning supplies that you buy in a grocery store. ...Read more
Pregnancy: It sounds like you are five and a half months along. Congratulations. ...Read more
SEE YOUR: Ob or go to er, hard to tell not much to go on from your description. ...Read more
Blood sugar: For the same reason that you feel more energized (likely) after you eat (so long as you don't eat too much). Babies in utero definitely tend to move more after a meal or even a light snack. The blood sugar rises an it perks them up. If baby ever not moving as much or enough, always eat or drink something before heading to labor & delivery. Sometimes that's all you need, in order to feel baby! ...Read more
I am 24 weeks pregnant and have not really felt baby move. Much how can I get. Baby to move and is it normal?
It's common: Discuss this with your doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
I still smoke and im 24 weeks pregnant what I need to do to make sure my baby would have nothing wrong with it?
PREGNANT AND SMOKING: Immedicately stop smoking! Contact your ob/gyn asap; provide detail infomation regarding your smoking history, especially the number of cigarettes per day you have smoked since conception. Cigarette smoking has been linked to high risk of miscarriages, premature births, low birth weight, infant respiratory problems, cognitive problems such a lower language skills and adhd, and higher risk of sids. ...Read more
I'm 24 weeks pregnant and I don't feel my baby move as much as before. Could something be wrong or is this normal for 24 weeks? .
Go to L&D: Decreased fetal movement in a pregnant woman that regularly felt fetal movement suggest further investigation. You should go to L&D. ...Read more
I am 24 weeks pregnant is it normal to not feel the baby move much. No proper kicks its just like butterflys for maybe half hour and not everyday?
Yes: Soon you will feel kicks and other bigger movements. ...Read more
Falling down: There is no inherent risk in bowling while pregnant. The problem is the slippery floor. I always see people slipping and falling when I go bowling. Your center of gravity is also off when pregnant increasing the risk of falls. ...Read more
Maybe, maybe not: Please call your OB to r/o infection and to make sure your cervix is not trying to open up early because that can be associated with discharge please call your OB today and discuss with your ob. ...Read more
Fetal Problems: This is one of the reasons for ultrasounds during pregnancy. I am not sure what your question is but this finding is seen on ultrasound and the OB will have your baby's doctor be ready at birth or there will be a consult before the birth to let you know what to expect and what this could represent. ...Read more
Pubic pain: Doubtful this is anything but round ligament pain referred due to a growing baby. Possibly check for UTI as well. Follow up with your doctor if persistent. ...Read more
Being pregnant: You are pregnant. Your baby is taking up a lot of room in your abdomen. There is not a lot of room for food. ...Read more
Normal: Of course back pain is normal in pregnancy and can be relieved with rest and warmth applied to the lower back (where most women have pain) to help relax muscles. Right sided pain, especially if it traverses down the leg, is typically round ligament pain and is harmless. Regardless, you should talk to your doctor about these issues. If pain is severe or not off to the side, then go to l;d for eval. ...Read more
23/24 weeks pregnant and making a 6 hour drive. Do I have to stop and walk around? If so how often?
24 weeks pregnant. BP is normal or sometimes on the low side. Always wake up with a headache on the left side. Normal?
Not unusual: Being pregnant is an abnormal state! Everything about it is different then the rest of your life. Not only that but things are constantly changing and your body is having to always adapt. Sleeping patterns and position, hormones, stress, weight, etc. Check what has changed in the position of your sleep, have you started snoring? Discuss it with your OB. Happy Mother's Day ...Read more
I'm 24 weeks pregnant and only have two montgomery tubercules on left areola and four on the right. Is it a sign of problem?
No problem! :): Montgomery tubercles are simply raised areas of glands in the areola (the colored part of the breast surrounding the nipple). They secrete oils and can become enlarged, especially in pregnancy. Most women have between 4-26 glands per areola. If the area surrounding this gland becomes hot, swollen, tender, hard -- that could be an infection, and see md. Otherwise, is very normal in pregnancy! ...Read more
I am 24 weeks pregnant and my baby has not moved at all today. He usually kicks more than three times a day. Is it normal to not feel them everyday?
Movement in pregnanc: Yes, at 24 weeks you should feel your baby move every day. A good plan: drink lots of fluid, and lie down quietly for about 2 hours. If you still feel no movement, it may be wise to check with your OB doctor. Sometimes at 24 weeks the movements may be small enough you miss feeling it if you are busy doing something else. ...Read more