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39 Weeks Pregnant And Nauseous
Call or see your ob: Call your OB and see what they tell you, or go down to the hospital to be checked out. ...Read more
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
Like any mass...: The baby is a mass growing in your pelvic region, and it causes pressure on some of the blood vessels obstructing the blood flow from your legs back to your heart, thus causing your legs accumulate fluid. Although it largely improves after the pregnancy is over, it may lead to the formation of the varicose veins and some leg swelling to remain in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PLEASE CALL YOUR OB: Now ! as you need immediate evaluation to make sure u do not have pre- eclampsia as u will need to be put on meds and get delivered if u do, and even if u do not have that, u need evaluation of the headache so if i was your OB i would send you straight to the labor room now for evaluation and to check the baby ., so please call your OB now. ...Read more
Is povindone iodine vaginal pessaries safe to use at 39 weeks pregnancy. What are the side effects to fetus and any alternative for it. ?
Im 39 weeks and 4days pregnant and i'm having severe pelvic pressure and nausea. Could this be a sign of labor approaching my due date is march 18.
I am 39 weeks pregnant have a history of a stroke, I am sweating, nausea, feel dizzy, my left arm is numb and left leg is blotchy as well. ?
Get checked : You need to go to L&D to get checked ASAP. ...Read more
Hi I'm 38 weeks and 3days pregnant to be exact, through out my 2nd and 3rd trimester I've had bad nausea this week is really bad, why?
Reflux: The further along you in your pregnancy the higher likelihood of reflux which can lead to nausea. As the baby grows, it pushes on the diaphragm which can reduce the stomach size and can the symptoms you describe. Eat smaller meals more frequently to alleviate some of your symptoms. Try Tums as well. Feel better. ...Read more
It is 40 weeks from: The first day of your last period until your due date, the ideal time to deliver as shown by a large recent study is 39-40 weeks gestation, my advice to u is, do not go past your due date- not worth taking a chance something bad could happen to the baby, all of my patients are delivered by 40 weeks and they want to be ! ...Read more
Delivery range: They site that 95% of babies deliver within 1 week plus or minus of their due daye. I think more do earlier but many go up to a week beyond.Many ob's i work with will not let you go beyond 41wks before doing an induction.Discuss any concerns with your OB or go in for a stress test if you are worried something is wrong. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Be patient :): Nothing guaranteed, but walking will help bring the baby down and might make contractions stronger. Sex is a tried and true way for many women due to prostaglandins in the semen than can induce labor. You can ask your obgyn to strip the membranes at your next visit. But the best advice is to stay patient and enjoy the last few days to week of growing that little miracle in your belly! i. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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