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6 Month Pregnant Women Prenatal And Postpartum Women Scenario
I am a pregnant african american woman, do I have a higher risk factor for postpartum cardiomyopathy
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
Post Partum: Post partum depression has an onset within 4 weeks after childbirth. The symptoms are more severe than the "baby blues" and can last for months. One can feel sad, hopeless, lack of joy, tired, irritable, change in appetite/sleep, difficulty bonding with the baby, thoughts of wanting to hurt yourself or the baby, isolating from family/friends. If left untreated it can last for many months longer. ...Read more
Can a woman with dextrocardia situs inversus with no atrial wall still have uncomplicated pregnancy/labor/delivery/postpartum course?
Probably: Dextrocardia and situs inversus will not cause any issues, although things may be backwards. However, I am not sure what you mean by no atrial wall. This could be a serious abnormality. The heart needs 4 chambers (rooms) separated by the right doors (valves or pregnancy could have some difficulties. Please provide more information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
12 days late , 6 months postpartum, had unprotected sex 4 days after ovulation, it's not possible I'm pregnant is it, very stressed about it?
I am 26 years old and a mother of 6 yr old twins and a 4 month old. I was on the pill when I became pregnant with all of them. I now have implanon which I had inserted 2 weeks postpartum and I now feel pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are negative but why d
You may be pregnant: Many women can tell they are pregnant before the test is positive. The home pregnancy tests are great but need a certain level of HCG to register positive. Call your doctor and have the blood pregnancy test done or just wait anther week and repeat the home test. Discuss with your doc why previous methods (and this one if you are pregnant) do not work on you. ...Read more
I am 6 months pregnant and suffer from depression. Is there a greater chance I will suffer from post-partum depression and what can I do to prevent it?
I Am 6 months postpartum and took a pregnancy test this morning that was positive. Is it possibly a false positive?
Confirm result: Pregnancy test should go to zero in much less than 6 months after delivery. This may be a new pregnancy. You should get a blood pregnancy test and if necessary an ultrasound. If you are nursing you may not be aware of a new pregnancy. Nursing may delay your menses but is not a guarantee of no ovulation. Good luck with however it works out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 6 month postpartum via csection no period as of yet. Several neg. Pregnancy test. Bottle feeding. Should i be concerned that something isn't right?
Whaf are the risk of getting pregnant too soon after c sectoion.I am3.5 months postpartum.Formula feeding.And still haven't had period yrtyet?
Severe carpal tunnel while pregnant. 3 months postpartum with a lot of arthritic type pain in fingers and right wrist. Is this permanent?
Cts : Most Carpal tunnel syndrome patients improve after delivery with rest, wearing a wrist brace and normalization of weight and water retention. If symptoms are still present then consider evaluation with physician to be certain you do not have another condition like arthritis / osteoarthritis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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