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I'm 8 weeks pregnant should be on my feet 12 hours a day if it's really hurting me my waist and down to my feet and also my side hurting ?

I'm 8 weeks pregnant should be on my feet 12 hours a day if it's really hurting me my waist and down to my feet and also my side hurting ?

Being Pregnant: Not sure what you would have us do for you other than to give you the obvious advice that you may have to talk to your boss or your OB or both about this. ...Read more

Dr. Ira Katz
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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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Iam i pregnant i missed last month periode n i tke birth controll today i was supposed to get my periode n didn't come but I have been still taking birth controll n i get cramps n my feet hurt n i feel uneven of balance

Iam i pregnant i missed last month periode n i tke birth controll today i was supposed to get my periode n didn't come but I have been still taking birth controll n i get cramps n my feet hurt n i feel uneven of balance

I : I am not sure that i understand the situation that you have described. I believe you are indicating that you have just missed your second menstrual cycle in a row. I am unable to determine if you took all your birth control pills as prescribed. You now have cramps in your feet and feel off balance. I hope i understood correctly. Those don't sound like typical pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy symptoms early on can include: lack of a period, feeling tired, nausea, food cravings, urinating more often, swollen or tender breasts. As i read this again, it may be that you are having some mild abdominal cramping (which can occur in early pregnancy) and your feet hurt. Recommend taking a pregnancy test if you have not been getting your period. You may need to speak with your doctor about feel off balance. Good luck. ...Read more

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23 wks pregnant. I work two jobs and I'm on my feet alot for hours. Could this be harmful to my pregnancy?

23 wks pregnant. I work two jobs and I'm on my feet alot for hours. Could this be harmful to my pregnancy?

Many women: work while pregnant. What is most important is to have supportive shoes while on your feet, eat healthy, stay hydrated and stretch and exercise daily. Check with your doctor for other recommendations and to monitor your pregnancy. Congratulations! ...Read more

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Im 11 weeks pregnant an just two weeks ago i started randomly passing out. Im thinking its from not resting an being on my feet, not dehydration.

Im 11 weeks pregnant an just two weeks ago i started  randomly passing out. Im thinking its from  not resting an being on my feet, not dehydration.

Specialists: If you are truly passing out then evaluation is needed. A cardiologist can evaluation your heart. A Neurologist should evaluate for other causes such an seizures. It is not normal to pass out anytime whether you are pregnant or not. ...Read more

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Why I have cramps on my feet?

Why I have cramps on my feet?

Cramps: Many chemical reasons, such as taking statin drugs, blood vessel problems, muscle disease, but these are all rare. Most of my patients' cramps are not from low potassium , magnesium or phosphorous or hypothyroid, but respond to stretching, extra potassium (very little) quinine, benadryl, (diphenhydramine) but they can have side effects, . ...Read more

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