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29 Weeks Pregnant Weight Gain
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
I am 13 weeks 1st time pregnant girl.Taking 2 banana daily is gud for my baby and me as well?.Is there any concern with banana n weight gain?
I am 22 weeks pregnant + 160cm tall. Before i feel pregnant i weighed 146 and i now weigh 160 is this a healthy weight gain or not?
Can i take CB-1 weight gain pills during pregnancy? im 4 weeks pregnant and i rellay want to gain weight ...!!!!!
Unwise: Simply because something is "natural" and "safe" does not mean it is either one during pregnancy. The various ingredients in CB-1 are for the most part untested in pregnancy (as most things are) so the cautious approach is to not take any chances and avoid it. Pregnancy does change your metabolism and if you are consuming enough calories you should gain weight without resorting to supplements.. ...Read more
I'm 24 weeks pregnant and i've gained 10 lbs in 4 weeks with a total weight gain of 20lbs is that ok should I be worried of gest diabetes husband is type 1?
Do the 28 week GTT: As a general principle, cutting carbohydrates and increasing protein intake, including protein shakes, will allow more important proteins to get to your developing baby. Carbohydrates (breads, rice, pasta, sweets) do nothing for you or your baby, besides gain weight. Increasing your calcium intake will provide the calcium necessary for fetal bone growth. Lastly, do the 28 week diabetes screen. ...Read more
Rapid weight gain: Make a rapid trip to your obstetrician. If things are going OK - most likely - you are fine. If the doctor is even a little bit concerned she/he will take even closer care of you. ...Read more
I Found Out Mon. I Was Pregnant. Doc. Confirmed It. Nothing Is Showing In The Ultrasound. Is Something Wrong? I'm 5 Weeks.No Symptoms. No Weight Gain
Not necessarily: 5.0 weeks is about earliest time that one might expect to see findings of a pregnancy on a transvaginal ultrasound. That nothing was seen doesn't necessarily indicate that something is wrong, as dating by last menstrual period can be inaccurate. I would get a repeat ultrasound in a week. If you have bleeding, unusual pain, etc. then I'd recommend going to the ER. ...Read more
Doc, do i need to increase the clexane dose from 20 to 40 mg?had 5kg weight gain frm start,now 63kg. Height 165cm. Now 19 weeks pregnant.. Plz advise.
Weight gain,now 82kg,and I am 35 week pregnant,increased TSH level, suggest some methods to reduce my weight.is any problems during delivery?
Weight in Pregnancy: If your TSH is elevated then it needs to be treated with Synthroid or the equivalent. Your increased weight gain is likely due to hypothyroidism. I never encourage dieting in pregnancy but do encourage proper diet, sometimes with the help of a dietician. Remember to eat for one not two. At this point try not to worry, your delivery will be fine. Lets just have a healthy mom and baby. ...Read more
Girlfriend feels more tired than normal this week and not fitting in jeans due to weight gain in thighs and waist, took plan-b last month, pregnant?
Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
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