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I am 25 weeks pregnant..My baby is in a transverse position..What should I do to correct it before my term?Will it change?

I am 25 weeks pregnant..My baby is in a transverse position..What should I do to correct it before my term?Will it change?

Will likely flip!: At 25 weeks, babies in utero are moving all over the place. Generally, they line themselves up in the last four weeks or so - into a head-down presentation. I've seen a few situations where babies have actually flipped from head-up to head-down during labor! there are variations in the way a specific uterus is made that will encourage a baby to stay in a transverse lie. Ask your doctor! ...Read more

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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


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Im 25 weeks pregnant & my baby doesn't really move or kick to the loud music. He kicked maybe once or twice. More when I lay down is this normal?

Im 25 weeks pregnant & my baby doesn't really move or kick to the loud music. He kicked maybe once or twice. More when I lay down is this normal?

5 per hour: Babies live in 45 min sleep/wake cycles. They move less when they are sleeping and then more when they are awake. Most patients can feel at least 5/hr when they concentrate on it. Lying down brings the uterus closer to your abdominal wall making it easier to feel. ...Read more

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25 weeks pregnant. My baby is not kicking as much. Started getting really tired with headaches a lot. Is something wrong?

25 weeks pregnant.  My baby is not kicking as much. Started getting really tired with headaches a lot.  Is something wrong?

It could be the: Beginnings of a viral illness, but it's a good idea to see your OB to get your blood pressure checked & to check fetal well-being for your peace of mind. It just simply isn't worth waiting & worrying, as you'll find out as a mom. ...Read more

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2.5 glasses of tap water at restaurant tasted like chlorine (husband didn't think so)25 weeks pregnant. Harmful to baby?

2.5 glasses of tap water at restaurant tasted like chlorine (husband didn't think so)25 weeks pregnant. Harmful to baby?

Water disinfection : Doubtful to be harmful particularly if you have no other symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. The epa guarantees our drinking water safety by monitoring and reassuring our safety. ...Read more

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25 weeks pregnant and feeling baby kicks in my vagina/cervix area. Is there any problem? Will I have a premature baby because of this? I feel scared.

25 weeks pregnant and feeling baby kicks in my vagina/cervix area. Is there any problem? Will I have a premature baby because of this? I feel scared.

Be safe; get checked: If your pregnancy has been uneventful and you are a healthy woman, your perception of fetal kicks may not be a cause for alarm, unless it is accompanied by changes in your cervix like softening or shortening. A clinical exam of your cervix and a sonographic measurement of cervical length should provide you much information and hopefully reassurance. Premature delivery is difficult to predict ...Read more

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I'm 25 weeks 3 days pregnant.My baby's biometry bpd -62.9mm, ac-186.4mm, hc-233.9mm, fl-47.4mm, efw-716gms, fhr-137pm.What shd I do for AC n efw?

I'm 25 weeks 3 days pregnant.My baby's biometry bpd -62.9mm, ac-186.4mm, hc-233.9mm, fl-47.4mm, efw-716gms, fhr-137pm.What shd I do for AC n efw?

EFW is normal!: Perhaps my answer would be improved if i knew more background regarding your pregnancy. There must be some reason why you are getting scanned at 25 weeks. As far as the efw, it is in the normal range at about 35%ile. The ac, by my estimation, is at about the 10%ile. As far as "what should I do" - you need to follow your ob's recommendations and ask for reassurance from them as well! ...Read more

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I am 25 weeks pregnant with my first baby and still having morning sickness everyday is this normal? What could be wrong?

GERD?: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) may complicate pregnancy and present with symptoms similar to morning sickness. Try avoiding spicy and fatty/fried foods or chocolate/tomatoes, consider taking Reglan (metoclopramide) 10 mg with each meal (up to 4 times daily), along with prilosec/nexium/prevacid/aciphex and talk to your obstetrician. An ultrasound of your gallbladder to check for gallstones is also warranted. ...Read more