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36 Weeks Pregnant Headaches
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
See your doctor: Headaches are usually not due to serious diseases. The history and symptoms of the headaches can help assign a category to the headache. Around time of pregnancy, physicians are concerned about a condition called pre-eclampsia and eclampsia which is associated with elevated blood pressure. Elevated blood pressure can cause visual disturbances and headaches. Call and see your doctor. Click on pic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. should evaluate: Most of the time, a headache is not dangerous. However, during pregnancy, it can be a sign of preeclampsia/eclampsia, when blood pressure becomes elevated and protein appears in the urine. You should consider visiting your doctor to make sure you aren't developing preeclampsia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: Being 36 weeks pregnant and having diarrhea is usually not a problem. If the diarrhea is only a couple of times a day and you otherwise feel well. If a pregnant woman is having diarrhea many times a day, feels ill or has a fever, and can't keep enough fluids in her she should call her doctor. ...Read more
Nauseous, headache, cramps, seriously tired, sensitive breasts for almost 2 weeks. Period is 7 days late. Negative pregnancy test at late day 4. Preg?
Flu or pregnant? Sore throat nauseous fatigue cramps light period week early lasted 2.5 days. Unprotected sex on fertile day. Slight headaches
7 days after sex on ovulation day ... Sore breast, tired, cramps , hear burn and diarrhea.Could i be pregnant ?
7 weeks post partum, been having pregnancy symptoms, clear stringy EWCM lasting 2 weeks+, unprotected sex 16 days ago, negative pregnancy tests.
Negative tests: If your pregnancy symptoms were caused by pregnancy then this implies that the hormone levels are high. If true then the pregnancy test should be positive. If you are not wanting to be pregnant again then you will need to use condoms and/or start a form of birth control. ...Read more
Has had 4 negative home pregnancy test. 7 week late. Having backaches, headaches, feeling bloated, can't sleep. Help.
Pull out method unprotected sex on fertile days. Three days later pink spotting occurred once headaches nausea cramps could i be pregnant?
I started having sex a week after my last period.This month I'm 2 weeks late.I have cramps mood swings milky discharge hiccups headaches.Am I pregnant?
No, Call Physician: Any one of the symptoms mentioned may be normal at anytime in a pregnancy. If one is having all the symptoms listed at one time they should be advised to be seen immediately by their physician or ER as soon as possible. The possibility of pre-eclampsia must be ruled out. Much better to be safe at this time in the pregnancy. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes, but these are: usually Braxton-Hicks or false labor contractions. Unless you're about ready to go in to labor anyway, they are unlikely to trigger true labor. If your contractions are very strong, you might want to abstain from sex for another week when you'll be at term. Then, in the unlikely event that it does trigger true labor, you're baby should be fine. Best wishes to you! ...Read more
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