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36 Weeks Pregnant Vomiting
I'm 36 weeks pregnant an I am vomiting an very sick to my stomic also been having loss stools for the last 2 days an lower back pain what can this mean?
It means: That you have a gastrointestinal infection. Please call your OB and proceed to the closest UC Clinic. ...Read more
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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•PREGNANCY and BREAST-FEEDING: If you plan on becoming pregnant, discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks of using Aclovate cream during pregnancy. It is unknown if Aclovate cream is excreted in breast milk. If you are or will be breast-feeding while you are using Aclovate cream, check with your doctor or pharmacist to discuss the risks to your baby. ...Read more
Only if needed: Lidocaine has been assigned to pregnancy category b by the fda. Animal studies have failed to reveal evidence of fetal harm. It is widely used for procedures during pregnancy but it does cross the placemta and enter the fetal bloodstream. Lidocaine should only be given during pregnancy when needed. Small amounts are probably ok. Ask your OB doc. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks pregnancy can I use icy hot pain relieving cream on my lower back and under my stomach?
Try the following:
1-BioFreze liniment (OTC) - used 3-4 times/day
2- an athletic sock filled with tennis balls to lower back and abdomen
3-localheat (pad) on Medium 10 min on/10 minutes off. ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks and 2 days pregnant. I've felt very sick lately. I've lose stools, vomiting, lower back pain, pressure down there what can this be?
May be a number of things but at this stage in your pregnancy you need to be checked asap! Infections in the mother can lead to preterm labor and delivery - like a urine infection. Stay hydrated and get into your MD tomorrow - if rapidly worsens go to the hospital ER to make sure the pregnancy is not at risk.
http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/tc/preterm-labor-cause ...Read more
My wife is pregnant and we on our 3rd trimester, week 32. Today she woke up vomiting and a runny tummy, is that a call for concern?
Contractions/36 week: Nausea and vomiting can occurs for many reasons, and are not generally observed at 36 weeks of pregnancy. Contractions are common anytime after 35=36 weeks, but can occur secondary to intestinal inflammation caused by viral, food or bacterial agents. Consult your obstetric care professional to rule out the latter causes. ...Read more
I am 36 weeks pregnant and just started throwing up acid and mucus. What should I do? I have tried to eat something light but it not working.
See below: These are symptoms that could be potentially serious. You should discuss these with your physician. He/she will thoroughly evaluate you and let you know what's going on. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant had stomach pains all day And now I'm being sick. What could be the reason for this?
Depends: Are you feeling contractions, cramping, bleeding? If you are not feeling the baby this would certainly be a concern. I would recommend going to your OB triage/Emergency department to have your urine, baby in the belly examined to determine the cause, subsequent treatment of your complaint. Good luck. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant and I feel like crud. Is it bad that I feel like I need to vomit and I have a hard time breathing?
Get help!!: If you are 36 weeks pregnant and not feeling well with nausea, then you need to call your doctor. They might want you seen as these are potentially signs of a complication called preeclampsia. ...Read more
I am 36 weeks and have pain on my right lower back stabbing pain and I have pain in my stomach that makes me feel like vomiting?
DID YOU ASK YOUR OB?: Standard of care to get checked every week to make sure you and the baby are ok because if anything is going on that your doc does not like then you need to be delivered so nothing bad happens to you or your unborn child, esp if you are 48, if you were my pt you would not be allowed to go past your due date because too many bad things can happen and nature does not always work right! ...Read more
Imodium (loperamide): Typically doctors do not use Imodium (loperamide) for diarrhea for most people, your body is trying get rid of something, no reason to hold it in. The important thing to do with diarrhea is stay hydrated especially if pregnant too. Call your OB for instructions regarding your case. ...Read more
Itching: Advise your doctor about this right away. You could have something called Cholestasis of Pregnancy, which at your gestational age, would warrant delivery. This is a condition that can causes an impairment of digestive enzymes from the liver. Your doctor can do some blood tests to help determine this, and will also check the status of the baby. Don't wait. ...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
Poor energy level: I would keep your physician posted but frankly, fatigue can really set in at 36 weeks pregnant. It is not necessarily abnormal. Take care. ...Read more
Please ask your OB: At 36 weeks and way before all? S like this should be directed to your OB 1st! That is part of your ob's job to answer all? S u have, if u were my pt, I would say yes. ...Read more
Ante-natal care?: Are you not under the care of a doctor? If not, who told you about anemia? Without knowing more about your health, and going by the common causes of anemia, you should take a multivitamin and oral iron supplements daily. I would urge you to consult an obstetrician at your earliest. ...Read more
Wait until 39 weeks: Baby's brain and lungs are not fully mature at 36 weeks. Its best to wait until at least 39 weeks to have a baby. You've waited this long, right? A few more weeks will allow your baby to complete brain and lung development. Best wishes! ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the type of allergic reaction. Mild reactions like a small rash are not likely to cause a problem for the baby. Severe reactions (like anaphylaxis) which cause breathing problems can be a very dangerous for mom and baby. If you are having any allergic reaction contact your md to be sure. ...Read more
There are many,,,: There are many side effects of this drug, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and headache. Rarer effects include vertigo or moving sensation, dizziness, joint pain, edema, constipation and renal impairment. Really rare effects include coma, encephalopathy, hepatitis and Stevens-Johnson syndrome. At this point, it does not appear to increase incidence of birth defects. Best of luck. ...Read more
Call your OB: This would be a good time to call your obstetrician. ...Read more
Are you worried?: Meth can be extremely dangerous to a developing baby. You may test positive if you continue using. However, even if you stop now and your blood and urine test will be negative, everything you have injected, ingested, smoked, etc. From 20th week of pregnancy will be found in baby's meconium (poop). Present yourself as a well cared for, caring mom and hopefully all will go well. Good luck! ...Read more
I am 36 weeks pregnant. Last 3 weeks I have been using proactive dark spot corrector. Is it safe?
I'm 36 weeks and 5 days pregnant and I'm having a green watery vaginal discharge. Is that normal?
No: You need to be examined to make sure your water is not broken or that you do not have an infection. Asap. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant and my vaginal area itches a lot al night, there is some white odorless discharge?
May have eaten a small piece of cellophane that cheese was wrapped in. 36 weeks pregnant. Can that be harmful?
Relax!: Although not recommended, this ingestion will not be absorbed into your body and should not affect the fetus. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant and I am going to the bathroom all the time and feel like the baby is pressing on my bladder?
Your baby is!: You are exactly right! At this stage of pregnancy, your baby us running out of room and is pushing on everything! Common problems are frequent urination, constipation, hemorrhoids, discomfort trying to lie down, and even shortness of breath. It is possible to get a urinary tract infection, so mention it at your next visit. Have a safe and happy delivery! ...Read more
I'm 36 weeks into my pregnancy and every time I eat I have to throw up is this normal or should I get checked out?
See your doctor: Nausea and vomiting is a common symptom of the first trimester (first 14 weeks) due to your elevated HCG hormone levels. However, vomiting late in pregnancy is not normal. You should see your doctor if you are experiencing persistent vomiting this late in your pregnancy especially if it is associated with fevers, diarrhea, or belly pain. ...Read more