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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

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Getting Pregnant with IVF (Checklist)

Get moderate exercise
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Sleep 6-8 hours
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36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and cramping is it normal?

36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain and cramping is it normal?

Many reasons: The pelvic pressure and pain may be due to the increased size of baby and stress on muscles can be the cause. If the pain persists when you lay down, there may be some other reason. Consult with your physician. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant lower stomach pain after sex . Why ?

36 weeks pregnant lower stomach pain after sex . Why ?

A crowded venue: At 36 weeks there isn't very much room between baby and any vaginal visitors. Try changing positions either to a lateral position or female superior. Gentleness by your partner is tantamount at this stage. Remember that women are the "superior sex." ...Read more

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Get to normal body weight
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36 weeks pregnant constant stabbing pain to the right of breastbone for 2 weeks normal BP no protein in urine no other symptoms is liver prob likely?

36 weeks pregnant constant stabbing pain to the right of breastbone for 2 weeks normal BP no protein in urine no other symptoms is liver prob likely?

Not likely: Liver discomfort is typically below the ribs on the right side. Pain that is to the right of the sternum is likely costochondritis. This is an inflammation of the joints along the sternum where the ribs articulate. Press on this area and see if you can recreate the pain. Best treated with tylenol. If pain below the ribs contact your doctor. ...Read more

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I am 36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain cramping lower back pain numbness feeling in my cervix I lost some of my mucus plug 2 days ago 3 days ago I had cervical exam and I am 2cm and 50 ?

I am 36 weeks pregnant with pelvic pain cramping lower back pain numbness feeling in my cervix I lost some of my mucus plug 2 days ago 3 days ago I had cervical exam and I am 2cm and 50 ?

Latent labor: `your symptoms sound very typical of the latent phase of labor, which can last for an unpredictable amount of time. Soon the pains/cramping will intensify and you will transition into the active phase of labor - when things will move more quickly/usually predictably. Hang in there - it's almost over! ...Read more

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Success decreases with age
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Correct thyroid issues
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36 weeks pregnant having false contraction pain and hurt for me to sit down why is that?

36 weeks pregnant having false contraction pain and hurt for me to sit down why is that?

Baby: Your baby is getting lower in the pelvis and that pressure causes pain with pretty much every activity. If your pain is in the rectal area it could be hemorrhoids. If it's in the vaginal area that is from the baby dropping down in the birth canal. It can also be muscular in the hips and back. ...Read more

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