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Doctor insights on: 6 Week Pregnancy Diet

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Dr. Arthur Heller
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Diet (Definition)

refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more


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Negative blood test 15 negative pregnancy test throughout 6 months 1 period in 6 months no symptoms no sec for 6 months am i 22 weeks pregnant?

Negative blood test 15 negative pregnancy test throughout 6 months 1 period in 6 months no symptoms no sec for 6 months am i 22 weeks pregnant?

Probably not: It is always possible for there to be false negative test results, but so unlikely for so many tests to be falsely negative. Many things can cause irregular/skipped periods. Sonogram and hormone level testing with doctor visit should be able to help give you an answer. ...Read more

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Can hCG stay the same for a 6 week 6 day fetus. Hcg 22, 000?

Not sure: Not sure what the actual question is. But, 22000 is normal for a 7 week fetus. ...Read more

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6 days late negative home pregnancy tests. Symptoms - tender breasts, sore lower back, mild cramps on & off for over the last week. pregnant?

6 days late negative home pregnancy tests.  Symptoms - tender breasts, sore lower back, mild cramps on & off for over the last week. pregnant?

Possible: I'd wait 1 more week and check again. Use reputable brand name pregnancy test such as First Response or Clear Choice. Do a little research on the internet for reviews. If still negative after another week and you are continuing to be symptomatic then, you may wish to check with your gynecologist for a blood test. ...Read more

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Do i egnore 5 negative pregnancy tests, taken over 6 weeks n 6 weeks since sex?!

Do i egnore 5 negative pregnancy tests, taken over 6 weeks n 6 weeks since sex?!

You are not pregnant: Nope. You do not ignore them. You believe them and you stop spending money on tests that you know will give you the same result. If you cannot move on then perhaps it is time to see a mental health professional to get a reality check. ...Read more

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Baby 6 weeks old, no period yet, sex w/ early release. Should I take a test or start contraception?

Baby 6 weeks old, no period yet, sex w/ early release. Should I take a test or start contraception?

Take a test: Over the counter pregnancy tests are cheap and very reliable. If it is negative then you may start birth control. If positive then call you doctor to schedule your pregnancy appointment. ...Read more

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Scared! 7 weeks of abdominal cramps, 6 kilos lost, no dieting, no exercise, no diarrhoea. 12 weeks pregnant. Going to gastroenterologist. Cancer!? :(

Scared! 7 weeks of abdominal cramps, 6 kilos lost, no dieting, no exercise, no diarrhoea. 12 weeks pregnant. Going to gastroenterologist. Cancer!? :(

Being pregnant: You have a tumor. It is another human inside of you. If you are not eating enough calories your fat stores will be used to keep the baby healthy. You did not mention what your pre-pregnancy weight was. I doubt very strongly you have cancer. Breathe! ...Read more

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+ ovulation @ 8 days, nausea, cramping and spotting since. Positive pregnant test day 14. Chance of false +?

+ ovulation @ 8 days, nausea, cramping and spotting since. Positive pregnant test day 14. Chance of false +?

Time will tell: Repeat the test in 2 weeks. If it is positive then the first test was not a false positive. If you are really pregnant that would be one very sensitive test! ...Read more

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Missed period 3 months negative pregnancy test , lose weight , not eating regular?

Missed period 3 months negative pregnancy test , lose weight , not eating regular?

Late periods: It's hard to say why it happens, but sometimes we are just late for our period. Even if it's never happened to you before, it could be happening now. Things like medications, stress, travel, changes in your weight, can all cause a late period. If your pregnancy test is negative, i would see your gyn doc for a check up. S/he might order some hormone blood tests and maybe an ultrasound. ...Read more

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Beta hCG level still going up, but not doubled after 7 days. 12/24/12-2500, 12/26/11-3100 6 weeks 1 day gest, 01/02/13-4500. Non-viable pregnancy?

Beta hCG level still going up, but not doubled after 7 days. 12/24/12-2500, 12/26/11-3100 6 weeks 1 day gest, 01/02/13-4500. Non-viable pregnancy?

Probably: This type of pattern can be consistent with a non-viable pregnancy, but you should see your OB clinician in order to make a diagnosis and to make sure you do not have an ectopic pregnancy, which can be life-threatening. ...Read more

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Is 97.0 - 98.10 BBT ok during 6 weeks of pregnancy?

Is 97.0 - 98.10 BBT ok during 6 weeks of pregnancy?

BBT: Bbt should not be a concern in pregnancy at all. It is a concern in someone desiring to get pregnant. It plays no role whatsoever now. ...Read more

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I'm 4 weeks and 6 days pregnant. Got positive pregnancy test at 15 dpo. Initial hCG =26 and progesterone =24. At 19dpo hcg=46 & Prg =3.9. Will I m/c?

I'm 4 weeks and 6 days pregnant. Got positive pregnancy test at 15 dpo. Initial hCG =26 and progesterone =24. At 19dpo hcg=46 & Prg =3.9. Will I m/c?

Hard to say: It is possible but not necessarily so. Supplemental progesterone may be indicated but any one test can certainly be wrong. It's not time to give up hope yet. Best wishes for a good out come. Remember, most miscarriages are because there was something wrong with the baby and not because of anything you did or didn't do. ...Read more

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Normal glucose [email protected] 26 wks of pregnancy-129 mg/dl.Baby 6 lbs @ 34 wks, so doc repeated 1hr glucose test @ 35 wk & levels are 152.Any complications?

Normal glucose levels@ 26 wks of pregnancy-129 mg/dl.Baby 6 lbs @ 34 wks, so doc repeated 1hr glucose test @ 35 wk & levels are 152.Any complications?

Elevated glucose: You have an elevated glucose, gestational diabetes. No cookies, cakes, ice cream ,candy. eat only 3 servings pasta ,bread ( 2 slices) potatoes, /day. F?U w/ your doctor and a nutritionist. Elevated diabetes, can cause large babies but also low sugar after birth. High blood sugar predisposes to infections(UTI) vagnitis http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/guide/gestational_diabetes ...Read more

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On 52 day cycle, no period yet. 4 weeks late. Bloated, constipated, breasts feel fuller. Neg urine day 48 & hCG less than 2 on day 48 of cycle. Preg?

On 52 day cycle, no period yet. 4 weeks late. Bloated, constipated, breasts feel fuller. Neg urine day 48 & hCG less than 2 on day 48 of cycle. Preg?

Anovulation: If you missed your menstrual cycle, and aren't pregnant, you may have premature ovarian failure, PCOS, a thyroid disorder, or another cause for anovulation. If you gained or lost weight over a short period of time, it may also cause your cycle to be irregular, you should talk to your doctor to find out what is going on especially if you are trying to get pregnant. ...Read more

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What are pregnancy symptoms at 6 weeks pregnant?

What are pregnancy symptoms at 6 weeks pregnant?

Several: Symptoms of early pregnancy include: nausea or vomiting, breast tenderness or sensitivity, easy fatigue, and urinating more frequently. These may be accompanied by chage in appetite or weight, moodiness, sensitivity to certain odors as well as missed menses. Spotting occurs in about 20% of pregnant women in the first trimester. ...Read more

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Pregnancy diet plan?

Pregnancy diet plan?

None: See your obgyn for discussion of eating correctly...Please do not go on a diet!.... You are not fat you are pregnant ..Be blessed.. ...Read more

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Anyone know what is a healthy pregnancy diet?

Anyone know what is a healthy pregnancy diet?

Nutrition: Get in healthy proteins like red & black beans, chickpeas, fish (low mercury), poultry (75 to 100 gm of protein/ day). Calcium (1, 000 mg per day) with tofu, almonds, dairy products or eggs. Iron (27mg/day) from whole grains & green leafy veggies. Folic acid (600 to 800 mg/day with foods like melon, spinach, tomatoes, strawberries & turnips. Avoid deli meats, pate, unpasteurized milk & imported. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

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