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I'm about 4 weeks pregnant and having pains on the right side where I had my ectopic pregnancy at my tube was saved? Am I having another one

I'm about 4 weeks pregnant and having pains on the right side where I had my ectopic pregnancy at my tube was saved? Am I having another one

Maybe: With your history of ectopic pregnancy, your symptoms are worrisome. You need to see your Ob/Gyn and be closely followed to see if there is another ectopic pregnancy. You may need bloodwork and serial ultrasound studies to figure it out. Best wishes! ...Read more

Dr. Lawrence Kessler
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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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I am about 4 weeks pregnant and have ovulation pains from my left and right sides. Not all the time but every now and then. Is this normal? Painful

I am about 4 weeks pregnant and have ovulation pains from my left and right sides. Not all the time but every now and then. Is this normal? Painful

Not ovulating: If you are already pregnant then you are not ovulating anymore so this can not be an accurate explanation for pain. Cramping and discomfort is common in early pregnancy. Pain out of the ordinary should certainly be evaluation by your physician. ...Read more

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I'm 23.4 weeks pregnant what is causing my really bad lower back pains?

I'm 23.4 weeks pregnant what is causing my really bad lower back pains?

Loose ligaments: There can be a number of causes for back pain in pregnancy. One of the most common causes in my opinion is the fact that as the baby grows, a womens pelvic ligaments will start to stretch and relax in anticipation of the delivery. This can cause back pain. A retroverted uterus can also be a source of back pain. The good news is that the back pain will usually go away after delivery. Talk toyour md. ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks pregnant and having sharp pelvic pains is this normal?

I'm 4 weeks pregnant and having sharp pelvic pains is this normal?

Absolutely not: If they are severe, head to the er immediately. If they aren't severe, call your OB first thing tomorrow morning. ...Read more

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Is stomach pains normal in the 1st trimester of pregnancy?

Is stomach pains normal in the 1st trimester of pregnancy?

Discomfort is normal: Discomfort and cramping can be normal in the first trimester. Severe pain and bleeding are not normal. If you are concerned you should see your obstetrician. They can make sure your pain is considered normal and not something that could be dangerous for you or your fetus. ...Read more

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I am having sharp pains in what I believe is my cervix.  I am 38+4 weeks pregnant. It has been going on for about an hour now. ?

I am having sharp pains in what I believe is my cervix.  I am 38+4 weeks pregnant. It has been going on for about an hour now. ?

Labor: This is one possibility. However, my suspicion for cervical ripening (the process by which the cervix softens and prepares itself for dilation) is also elevated. ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks pregnant and have lower stomach pains should I be worried?

I'm 4 weeks pregnant and have lower stomach pains should I be worried?

Many causes: Best step will be to see a physician to obtain a detailed history and perform a physical examination ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks pregnant and having some small discomfort in my uterus slight sharp pains why?

I'm 4 weeks pregnant and having some small discomfort in my uterus slight sharp pains why?

See doctor: Pain in pregnancy needs to be evaluated. At 4 weeks pregnant there are only a few cells present making pregnancy at unlikely cause of pain. The pregnancy would not even be visible my ultrasound yet. Schedule a visit with your doctor to evaluate your pain. ...Read more

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Are consistent painful cramps and occasional sharp pains in my lower stomach normal signs in the 1st trimester of pregnancy? It keeps me up at night.

Common: Cramping in the 1st trimester without any bleeding or spotting is common, and not typically a sign that anything is wrong. Sharp pains originating from your uterus are not common, but again not necessarily a sign that the pregnancy is abnormal.

However constipation is very common in pregnancy, and can explain both the cramping and sharp pains. ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks pregnant what to?

I'm 4 weeks pregnant what to?

See a doctor: Congratulations. Schedule a visit for prenatal care. You can also begin reading topics on healthtap related to pregnancy and learn from the questions and answers already present on the site. ...Read more

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Can you feel your baby move at 4 weeks pregnant?

Can you feel your baby move at 4 weeks pregnant?

No: No, you can't. At 4 weeks, the embryo is not moving, but also is so small you wouldn't perceive it if it was moving. ...Read more

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Symtoms you'll experience if ur 4 weeks pregnant?

Symtoms you'll experience if ur 4 weeks pregnant?

Nausea, bloating: No period, excessive gas, sometimes very little symptoms, see a an OB for care and to make sure the preg will be normal. ...Read more

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What activities one shouldn't do if 4 weeks pregnant?

What activities one shouldn't do if 4 weeks pregnant?

Depends: If you are involved in a exercise program currently, you can continue your same level of activity. Consult your doctor before begining any new exercise program. I recommend keeping well hydrated and avoid getting over heated. ...Read more

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Should I continue taking Lamonor and nuzak when 4 weeks pregnant?

Should I continue taking Lamonor and nuzak when 4 weeks pregnant?

NO: My general "ruke" is that no medication, OTC or so called "Natural" medications should be taken during pregnancy without the express agreement with your OB-GYN!!
My Opinion only...hope it is helpful!

DrZ ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks pregnant but haven't really had any symptoms, is it normal?

Yes: 4 weeks pregnant is very early and many women don't experience any symptoms at this point. If you are concern you can always have blood work done to confirmed pregnancy and check the level of HCG (hormone of pregnancy). ...Read more

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I m 4 weeks pregnant and I want my child very fair so what should I do?

I m 4 weeks pregnant and I want my child very fair so what should I do?

Very fair?: Not sure I understand the question? If you are referring to skin tone of your baby that is not something you can control. That will be determined by genetics. ...Read more

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Just found out I'm 4 weeks pregnant. What types of food should I not eat?

Just found out I'm 4 weeks pregnant. What types of food should I not eat?

Pregnant: Congratulations! There is generally no restrictions on foods. Make sure you have a healthy diet, take folic acid supplements and stay away from smoking products and drugs, unless they are recommended drugs. All the best for a safe and healthy pregnancy! ...Read more

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I am 4 weeks pregnant and I want my baby to be fair, so what to do for that?

I am 4 weeks pregnant and I want my baby to be fair, so what to do for that?

Nothing special: If fair skin is within the genes you passed on to your baby at conception, you will have a baby with fair skin. If not, you won''t.There is no diet or special potions that will change this. ...Read more

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Found out I was 4+4 weeks pregnant today. My levels were tested and they were only at 348. Is that normal?

Found out I was 4+4 weeks pregnant today. My levels were tested and they were only at 348. Is that normal?

Yes: BHCG levels are typically used to monitor the progress of and early pregnancy, either good or bad. In normal pregnancy, the level should rise at least 50% every 48 hours. Conversely, in an abnormal pregnancy the value will not rise appropriately or fall. Your value of 348 confirms you are pregnant but a second value/ test would be helpful if your doctor feels it is indicated based on your situation ...Read more

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I am 4 weeks pregnant and I accidentally ate 160 mg of Ashawaghanda. Is my baby going to be ok? I'm so worried.

I am 4 weeks pregnant and I accidentally ate 160 mg of Ashawaghanda. Is my baby going to be ok? I'm so worried.

Plant root: Ashawaghanda is an herbal therapy popular in Ayurvedic healing. It has no scientifically proven benefits so in general it should be avoided during pregnancy. Eating a small amount of this plant one time is not likely to have caused any harm. ...Read more

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I'm on a vegen diet and I am 4 weeks pregnant, do u think I can continue on this diet? I'm happy to go off it for a healthy bub if necessary...

I'm on a vegen diet and I am 4 weeks pregnant, do u think I can continue on this diet? I'm happy to go off it for a healthy bub if necessary...

Absolutely fine: We forget that a significant portion of the world are vegans. A vegan diet is absolutely fine even though many american physicians who are unfamiliar with it may not be so sure. Make sure you incorporate quinoa, tofu, beans of all kinds, gluten-protein, etc into your diet. ...Read more

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I work in a werehouse and have to lift 20-25lb everyday. Should I tell me boss right away that I'm pregnant or wait till I'm past my 1st trimester?

I work in a werehouse and have to lift 20-25lb everyday. Should I tell me boss right away that I'm pregnant or wait till I'm past my 1st trimester?

Tell him right away: Tell him right away. It is for the safety of the fetus and also because different employers may have different policies about this so don't take a chance. ...Read more

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I am 4 weeks pregnant I took a 5 mg diasepam then I made myself sick as I was scared for my baby wot would it have done and did I get it out bein sick?

I am 4 weeks pregnant I took a 5 mg diasepam then I made myself sick as I was scared for my baby wot would it have done and did I get it out bein sick?

Diazepam: Diazepam is fda pregnancy category d which means it isn't safe during pregnancy. What is done is done and it sounds like it was only a one time use. I would try not to fret but insure that you don't use it while pregnant. Also avoid alcohol and tobacco. ...Read more

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4 weeks pregnant is it ok to fly?

4 weeks pregnant is it ok to fly?

Pregnancy travel: In otherwise healthy pregnant women, airline travel us usually not restricted until the 3rd trimester. However, navigating in crowds increases your risk of contracting infections, especially those of the upper respiratory system. Taking extra precaution would be wise. ...Read more

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3-4 weeks pregnant with no symptoms?

3-4 weeks pregnant with no symptoms?

It is normal: Check an over-the-counter pregnancy test if you have not done so already. Although some women get symptoms right away, you may not experience pregnancy symptoms until your hormone levels have risen higher. Typically by 8-10 weeks you may experience nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, fatigue and mood changes. ...Read more

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Can tierdness start at 4 weeks pregnant?

Can tierdness start at 4 weeks pregnant?

Could: Fatigue is a common complaint during early pregnancy. Depression, inadequate sleep, anemia, thyroid issues and many other problems can also make you feel tired. Get evaluated if you are feeling excessively tired. ...Read more

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Is headaches normal at 4 weeks pregnant?

Is headaches normal at 4 weeks pregnant?

Pregnancy: Headaches can happen during pregnancy due to hormonal changes. You can take Acetaminophen to relieve them, keep well hydrated and get plenty of rest. Avoid Aspirin and Ibuprofen or other nsaids. Speak to your obstetrician if these are constant or severe. Good luck! ...Read more

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Can I do paragliding? I am 4 weeks pregnant.

Can I do paragliding? I am 4 weeks pregnant.

No difference: There should be no difference between paragliding 4 weeks before starting pregnancy and 4 weeks after. It all depends on one's view of life. If one believes that you weigh the risks and benefits, make the best call based on available information, and then whatever will be will be... paragliding is fine. If one tends to regret bad outcomes in her life... then maybe watch a movie instead.

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Can you get morning sickness at 4 weeks pregnant?

Can you get morning sickness at 4 weeks pregnant?

Yes you can: Morning sickness is most common from 6-12 weeks but can start as soon as 10 days after conception. ...Read more

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About 4 weeks pregnant, is it ok to take benadryll?

About 4 weeks pregnant, is it ok to take benadryll?

Depends on necessity: I typically recommend trying to avoid any medications that are not completely necessary until the second trimester. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is most likely safe early in pregnancy, but there have never been any studies done to confirm that. ...Read more