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What precautions to take in 3 months pregnancy?

What precautions to take in 3 months pregnancy?

Precaution list: 1.) see a OB md for prenatal care. 2.) get plenty of sleep. 3.) use a balanced diet high in fruits and vegetables 4) avoid alcohol, smoking anything and not wearing a seat belt in a vehicle. 5.) take prenatal vitamins with 1 mg Folic Acid daily. 6. ) bleeding. Water breakage, and pain = immediate OB md call. 7.) enjoy the new arrival. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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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


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Wat r d basic precautions in 1 month of pregnancy?

Wat r d basic precautions in 1 month of pregnancy?

Are you pregnant?: I noticed you listed unknown under pregnancy status. If you are unsure if you are pregnant the first step is to take a home pregnancy test. The next step is to find a doctor and start your prenatal care. Avoid smoking and alcohol. Exercise daily. Take a prenatal vitamin. ...Read more

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During pregnancy 5th month slightly having back pain please advice and tell me the precautions?

During pregnancy 5th month slightly having back pain please advice and tell me the precautions?

Mostly normal: During second trimester of pregnancy slight back pain is normal. Pregnancy related weight gain, enlarged uterus put pressure over pelvic organs. Look for other associated symptoms such as radiation of pain to groin or lower extremity, dysuria or other signs of UTI. Be active & avoid bending forwards. If pain worsen or change in quality talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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Is it safe to have intercourse during the pregnancy?I m currently going through second trimester(4 month)?Do we need to use proper precautions or not?

Is it safe to have intercourse during the pregnancy?I m currently going through second trimester(4 month)?Do we need to use proper precautions or not?

Yes it is safe: Yes it is safe to have sex when you are 4 months pregnant till you are full term, as long as the pregnancy is proceeding normally.Normal vaginal sex in all positions and oral sex are ok.Anal sex is not adviced due to chance of infections.With oral sex male partner has to be careful not to blow air in the vagina with these precaution sex is ok. ...Read more

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Had sex without precautions past month, does pre-ejaculation can cause pregnancy? I missed my periods on 20th,pregnancy test result negative

Had sex without precautions past month, does pre-ejaculation can cause pregnancy? I missed my periods on 20th,pregnancy test result negative

Yes: Pre-ejaculation can result in a pregnancy. The good news is that in any given month of unprotected intercourse, the change of pregnancy is about 20%. If you usually have a period every month and you've missed your period, you might want to repeat the pregnancy test just to be sure or see your doc to have a blood pregnancy test. Best Wishes! ...Read more

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Early pregnancy, love to garden. Any precautions?

Early pregnancy, love to garden. Any precautions?

Saftey: There are many bacteria and parasites that reside in soil. Toxoplasma gondii is dangerous secondary to its ability to cross the placenta. If you continue to garden make sure you stay away from any animal feces as well as wear protective equipment to prevent punctures from roses and open wounds that might become exposed to soil. You will be able to garden and have a healthy baby, just be cautious. ...Read more

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What precautions should I take exercising before and after pregnancy?

What precautions should I take exercising before and after pregnancy?

Exercise: It is best not to begin a new strenuous exercise program during pregnancy. If you exercise regularly, continue with your normal routine. If you want to begin a program, walking is probably your best option. ...Read more

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