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27 Weeks Pregnant In Children
I am 27 weeks pregnancy i am not taking any pills. i feel ok and i dont like taking pills. am I putting my baby in any danger?
Basic thoughts: If you are avoiding vitamins you need to understand some basics.The baby will extract the nutrients it needs from your body whether you take vitamins or not.That means it will strip your system of the very nutrients that keep your bones/body healthy/stable over your lifetime.Those vitamins are to preserve you as much as assure baby has access. Want problems & soft bones when old=keep avoiding them ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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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At 27 weeks pregnancy i had a blood test for rhesus c. They found cold antibodies. They say this can do no harm to my baby, but what does it mean for me?
Basically nothing: It may perhaps be a bit trickier finding the best donor blood should you need a transfusion, but there's enough c-negative blood available. Consider autologous donation should you be planning surgery -- always a good idea in any case. Congratulations on your upcoming delivery, and best wishes. ...Read more
I'm 27 weeks and 4 days pregnant, and I'm feeling tired mostly always, I have two smaller children too,but I'm tired most time is it normal ?
Yeppers: Total bummer trying to be a mom with 2 little ones and one on the way. When you're pregnant, your blood volume increases, so the serum to red blood cell ratio drops a little. Translation: a functional anemia. You might have sleep apnea as well if you are overweight on top of being pregnant. What is your Mallampati score (look up diagram) & do you snore? Get a sleep study. CPAP may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Checking on baby: Between 18 & 25 weeks of pregnancy, sometimes later, most women will begin to feel the baby moving: kicking, rolling, twisting, turning,etc. Counting how long it takes for her to make 10 movements can be used to monitor the baby and potentially identify any problems early. It should take 2 hours or less. Count at the same time of day, when the baby is active. Make sure he is awake when you start ...Read more
Pregnancy: It is okay for the baby to start descend. But check with your doctor as well. ...Read more
It is not: Unusual if they occur sporadically but if coming every 4-5 minutes and hurting for over an hour, go in. Look up braxton hicks contractions, keep up with the fluids and if you have 2 get up more than 2x per night to urinate, a bladder infection can add to the problem. Gd luck. ...Read more
Should be ok: Topical use should be all right during the third trimester. But why are you using it? ...Read more
It can vary.: Before 36 weeks the baby can change positions quite a bit. After 36 weeks more babies will be found in the head down position but some still change after that time. If your baby isn't head down and you are close to your due date your doctor should discuss this with you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 27 weeks pregnant.. shall I eat gulab jamoon sweet at tis time. Is there any problems in eatin sweets?
Almost 27 weeks pregnant. If i'm sitting down on the couch and someone sits down hard next to me, can it hurt baby?
No: Not at all. Baby is very protected. ...Read more
Iam 27 weeks pregnant and i feel my baby everyday but sometimes more sometimes less.So i want to know what is normal at this stage.
Comletely normal: I am not as active one day to the next. Also, depending on how the baby is positioned one day to next, you may feel them a lot one day, and barely notice the next, especially at your stage. As you get another 6 weeks along, then they are big enough that every move is felt, so enjoy these mild reprieves for now. When at your next OB appointment, talk to him/her about fetal movement counts. ...Read more