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9 Weeks Pregnant What To Expect
What's your LMP?: Need to know your LMP to better answer that question. ...Read more
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
I did my ppap-a test and my levels are 52 ng/ml. I'm 9 weeks pregnant. What does that mean? Is it normal?
Serum marker: Papp-a is pregnancy-associated plasma protein a, a blood test for a marker that normally rises during pregnancy, but does not rise as much as expected during the first trimester in the presence of down syndrome. Interpretation of the level does also depend on if you had ivf. Usually the level rises at the end of the first trimester, and is over 5ng/ml by week 11. So 52 ng/ml is not a low reading. ...Read more
Eat healthier...: A healthy, well blanced diet of cooked meat/fish, leafy veggies, daries, carbs, and prenatal vitamins are better than any supplement during pregnancy. None of the protein drinks are "recommended"--they can be used if needed. Remember, these are processed foods and contain preservatives. So keep active, eat well, see you OB regularly. Congrats on the pregnancy and good luck to you. ...Read more
Thinned Uterus: It sounds like your uterus is not tolerant of stretching to full term as it is. And if your doctor has been able to see first-hand that your uterus is thinned out, you have a distinct advantage in knowing the possibility of rupture does exist. Many women do not have this warning and have lost, not only their babies, but their lives. You need to be followed very closely by you doctor. ...Read more
I have a morse code like tapping in my right ear I'm 9 weeks pregnant what is it and what can I do? I'm going crazy!
If you were 8-9 weeks pregnant and u went for the NT scan, would they turn u away bcuz it was too early, or could it still be done at this stage?
Prenatal Books: You are asking an impossible question. Any good OB will have recommended at least one guidebook to pregnancy. Your question would take up a whole chapter or more in a book. We are limited to specifics that can be answered in 400 characters. Go get your recommended book on pregnancy and read it. ...Read more
May 7, 2014: If you are 9 weeks pregnant, then your estimated date of conception (when you got pregnant) would be May 7th. That would give you a due date of Jan 27, 2015. If you have not already seen your OB provider, you should schedule a visit. Congrats on your pregnancy and best wishes! ...Read more
Relax, see Ob/Gyn!: Take a deep breath, consume 1-5 mg of Folic Acid daily and see an obstetrician-gynecologist for professional advice (including pregnancy test and transvaginal ultrasound). If pregnancy is indeed that far along, please talk to your loved ones and accept my best wishes for an optimal outcome! ...Read more
HPT: A woman may have no symptoms of pregnancy at 9 weeks. Possible early pregnancy sxs: no period, breast swelling & tenderness w darkened areolas, thin, white & milky vaginal discharge, fatigue, ^ urination frequency, constipation, bloating, heartburn, backache, cramping, headache, food cravings or aversions, ^ sense of smell, enlarged waist, feeling faint/dizzy, mood swings, ^ gas, insomnia, gagging ...Read more
I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I can't keep anything down everything I eat comes up haven't been able to get in too see my dr yet so what do I do?
Don't get dehydrated: Nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy is common. Sometimes sips of gatorade will help you from getting dehydrated. Medicine for motion sickness like dramamine (dimenhydrinate) may help your nausea. But if nothing works, you should see a doctor (even if urgent care) to get checked out and get hydrated. ...Read more
My wife is 9 weeks pregnant and got really angry yesterday, she is now worried this will affect the child. Is there anything to worry about? Thanks
7 weeks ago: We use menstrual dating for gestational age. You would have conceived when you ovulated and if your cycles are regular, you would have ovulated 2 weeks after your last period started. The 9 weeks is related to the start of your last period, therefore you would have conceived about 7 weeks ago - assuming that you are indeed 9 weeks along. ...Read more
Unlike most medicines and herbs, which tend to have questionable or unproven safety in pregnancy, homeopathic medicines are very safe to take during pregnancy. You might also want to take Vitamin C 500 mg 4x/day and zinc acetate lozenges 3x/day.
If the Cold'n Cough does not help you might want to try an individualized remedy. See http://homeopathyplus. Com/coughs-and-how-to-treat-them/ ...Read more
Very common: Keep an eye out. If you develop red bleeding like a period or strong cramps, you should call your doctor. Otherwise you can mention this at your next visit. ...Read more
Five weeks is so early that the weight is far less than a gram.
0.63 inch (length)
0.04 ounce (weight)
0.07 ounce. ...Read more
Common not normal: Bleeding in pregnancy is very common but is not normal. It should be promptly evaluated by your doctor. You need to confirm that you have a normal pregnancy located inside the uterus. ...Read more
Prenatal care: It is important to schedule your first Obgyn visit to start your prenatal care. Your doctor can guide you through this journey. Typically an exam and sonogram is done to confirm a live intrauterine pregnancy. The lack of negative pregnancy symptoms can not be used to draw conclusions on the status of the pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I won't be able to take my prenatal pills for a few days. Will it harm the baby?
White, tissue like discharge at 9 weeks pregnant, when I wiped it was tinged pink a little bit. Is this normal?
Probably OK: Especially, if you had intercourse recently, however, best to get it evaluated. ...Read more