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28 Weeks Pregnant Headache
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and have bad headache dizziness and blurred vision could this be preeclampsia? Had this in last pregnancy.
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
I'm 28 weeks pregnant, got one sided headache, ears feel bocked, jaw sore, also got the cold- coughing, running nose, sore body, any help?
Antihistamines: You may use saline nose drops as well as antihistamines dafely. ...Read more
Is it safe to watch movies in movie theatres at 28 weeks pregnancy... Does it have any affect on the baby?
Safe.: Pick a movie you think the baby might enjoy. ...Read more
Headache for the past 3 days especially when I walk or exposed to light? And pain behind my eyes and I'm 28 weeks pregnant? Kindly adivse?
IMMEDIATE evaluation: Headache after 20 weeks of pregnancy is concerning for preeclampsia, which MUST be treated to avoid serious complications to both mother and child. Other possibilities include migraine which, being present for 3 days, needs evaluation and treatment to avoid complications. Either way, immediate evaluation by an obstetrician, primary care physician, or in emergency room is extremely important. ...Read more
Iv had gastric bypass and am 28 weeks pregnant. I had been having mild headaches but now its migraines and dizziness. What is going on?
If im 28 weeks pregnant I've had a bad cold for almost two weeks now withsinus headache and constant ear aches and now my teeth hurt what could it be?
Could be: Could be infected sinuses or infected teeth. See both your dentist and your physician. ...Read more
Is it ok for a pregnant woman to take Aspirins or Paracetamol? She's having headaches and she's now on her 3rd trimester.
28 weeks pregnante, I've been having a headache for two days and it doesn't go away, why? What should I do?
Contact Dr.: Since you are pregnant concern is about pre eclampsia. Contact your OB to have an evaluation. ...Read more
My obgyn prescribed fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) for servere headaches which I get daily. Is it going to harm my baby? I'm very concerned. I'm 28 weeks.
If u take it everyda: Baby could get addicted does cross the placenta if u haven't seen a neurologist u need evaluation to r/o anything bad and if you already have a neurologist if your headaches are that bad, which I feel bad for you, I would be having the neuroogist manage your headaches and if they stay the enire preg I would be doing an amnio for fetal lung maturity at 37 weeks and get u delivered if lungs are matu. ...Read more
28 weeks pregnant, at my 21st week I had anamaly scan dr said was fine. After that I have NT taken any scan. Dr told to take scan @ 29th week. Is ok?
Confusing question: The scan itself is not a danger to you or the baby. It does offer the doc some information that can be helpful. Ultrasounds later in pregnancy can help verify normal progress of the baby along with finding the location of the placenta.All are part of good monitoring to assure the best outcome. ...Read more
I'm 28 weeks pregnant, and baby is not that active like he was week ago, I feel his moves but its always in the same area, is it ok? Please need answe
Call your OB: Please call your OB doctor today about this -- s/he can check your progress, answer your questions, and provide needed help. An in-person visit would be best to get you the answers you need. ...Read more
About 28 weeks: The easiest way to figure out how many months you are is to count backwards from your due date which is of course 9 completed months. 4 weeks is a little less than one month and so 40 weeks = 9 months. ...Read more
About 2 pounds: A baby at 28 weeks should weigh about 1000 grams or 2.2 pounds. ...Read more
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NO!!!!!: Any questions like this or any questions u need to ask your ob, not here, wave runner much too bumpy and just from the ride could cause premature labor, and if u fall and land on your belly could cause premature labor or worst case a placental abruption, wait till after u deliver. ...Read more
Yes: At 28 weeks, a woman is in her last trimester, the fetus can definitely begin to position itself for a vertex or head first delivery. ...Read more
Pregnancy and Sinus: Pregnancy generally worsens existing sinus symptoms. Your placenta makes massive amounts of hormones that cause blood vessels to dilate. Saline nose sprays can be used and rhinocort aq has been approved for use in pregnancy (all others work, but have not been tested). Go to your OB and ask "what can I take for my sinuses? ". ...Read more
You get what you get: It is the sex chromosome carried to the egg by the sperm that will determine what gender your baby has. It is totally the fathers doing, since your egg can only contain a single X chromosome. If he sent an X you get a girl, a Y you get a boy. That happened at conception. There is no diet/exercise/sex position that can change the process. ...Read more
Pregnancy pressure: It's preferable to not lay flat on your back during the later stages of pregnancy. It's best to lay on your left side and not your right side. That is because of the large blood vessels to and from the heart and the sides of the body where they are. Constipation is common during pregnancy and may be contributing to your discomfort as well. Be sure to address your concerns with your Obstetrician. ...Read more
OD on apples!: I certainly have never seen anyone over-dosed on apples, but I suppose anything is possible. Apples are good for general health, but having too many during pregnancy may mean you are not eating what is needed for a healthy pregnancy--including cooked meats/fish, leaffy veggies, daries, and prenatal vitamins etc...So, if you are doing all those, enjoy your apples! Congrats and good luck. ...Read more
Normal physiology: As the uterus grows the space for your lungs decreases. This can make you feel short of breath. Bending over can worsen the problem. This is normal physiology of pregnancy. Asthma can worsen or improve with pregnancy. If you experience quick breathing or severe shortness of breath go to the emergency room immediately. Chances of a blood clot in the lung are increased in pregnancy. ...Read more
UNCLEAR QUESTION: I am not sure what barbed wire has to do with anything. Do you mean there was an electronic gate or something? Should be alright. ...Read more
If you feel fine -: Than you likely are fine. However, would encourage him to be less rigourous if he is heavy handed. ...Read more
Possibly: It sounds like it could be round ligament pain, but it's always good to get things like this checked out in person. Best of luck! ...Read more
I am 28 weeks pregnant and I am 1cm dillated, I've been this way now for two weeks. What do I do?
What did your OB doc: Say your OB doc shoudl ahve given you very specific instructions and what to look out for, you should not be asking this? Here because you should already know what to do, your doc should be following you closely with ultrasounds and I am sure they did a fetal fibronection and beta strep culture and u need to rest absolutely nothing in your vagina, no intercourse, and u may need im progerste. ...Read more
Iam 28 weeks pregnant and my virginal area is hurting so bad I can hardly walk. What should I do?
See your OB: Severe pain below your waste in the early 3rd trimester requires immediate medical attention. Best to see your obstetrician, if you have one. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more