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Baby Too Large For Mother S Pelvis
Labor disorder: Most women who are having their first baby are candidates for a trial of labor/to try to have their baby vaginally. The progress of labor is closely monitored, as well as the prenatal history, to give guidance to baby's size. Abnormal diabetes screening in pregnancy may be a clue. At the time of labor if descent, dilation or progress are abnormal a cesarean may be indicated. ...Read more
Not always disease: Fetal growth can be greater than normal if maternal diabetes or certain genetic conditions. Babies can be too large than their mothers' pelvic outlet if that outlet is narrow or if the baby is large, eg, overdue. It is important to know the mother's medical and obstetric history and risk factors and an ultrasound estimate of fetal weight before delivery if there is a concern. ...Read more
So if I might have pelvic damage wirh big babies that I had does that mean that when I have sex the man does not feel anything if im not tight?
68 yr old female mother of 6 all large babies now has weak anal sphincter muscles, is it safe to take antidiarriah pills every day?
No: This is not a good solution to your anal sphincter problem. Get in for a visit with your OB GYN for evaluation. To your Best Health! Hope this helps! ...Read more
If a mother and father both have genital herpes, what are the chances of their new baby having it?
Manageable risks: If a mother delivers vaginally with her first genital outbreak, there is ~30% risk the baby could get it and have a terrible illness. If a recurrent outbreak, this drops to ~4% but suppression of outbreaks or c-section delivery before the membranes are open 4 hours can cancel the risk. Rarely, some women shed herpes without an outbreak and could pass it, baby sick around 2 wks. ...Read more
My baby mama pregnant and lastt night we found a sore on her vagina wall she doesn't have any yellowish discharge. It doesn't itche but it feels sore.?
Is it safe to put coconut oil on a 1-week-old baby boys penis and blow on it? My mother in laws rule ...
My mother has a big patch of flakey spot on her inner thigh near her vagina. It itches and gets sore. What could this be?
Possible: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. ...Read more
I am 31 and mother of a child of 5 yrs. This month I missed my periods a week ago. Now I am feeling heaviness in my lower abdomen. Is this due to prgncy?
Yes: Could be. You ought to be tested ...Read more
If a mother has a history of genital herpes, what are the odds of a baby having birth defects both for c-section and vaginal birth?
Varies: Birth defects are not an issue with maternal herpes. The baby is at risk of a severe infection from the germ. The risk period begins with the opening of the bag of waters if mom is actively shedding the virus during a recognized or silent outbreak. The germ can travel into babies system & lay dormant for a while or immediately cause infection. A c-section before labor starts can avoid the risk. ...Read more
My 89 year old mother fell and they are saying she has a slight dislocation of pelvis, is this possible or am I hearing the doctor wrong?
Likely stable: Elderly individuals that sustain low-energy falls can have pelvic ring injuries with pubic rami fractures and impaction fractures of the sacrum. I doubt she has a dislocation, those typically are associated with higher energy injuries. The rami fractures are stable and she can walk on it safely without displacing if there is not a complete sacral fracture. ...Read more
93 yr old mother has osteoporosis now four fractures in
her pelvis... Spontaneous?. Does she do rehab
but continue to have spontaneous fx or does she become
bed/chair ridden but pain free?
Forteo: If there has been difficulty in healing of one or more of the fractures it is possible that treatment with Forteo could produce healing. This is the only medication that stimulates new bone formation. ...Read more
I had a CT scan of my abdomen and pelvis. Said I have Minimal dependent atelectasis at lung bases. I'm 44. My mother died of IPF at 43. Should I worry?
No, that: Is a common incidental finding of doubtful significance. ...Read more
Mother 's 63. Had back pain that progressed to pelvic area in a month. Now it's like cramps, abd usg clear, urine negative. Waht elese could it be?
What happens if a child refuses a genital exam? Can a parent hold him so the exam can take place?
Is it right that 60% of erbs palsy cases happened because of congenital problem in pelvic of the mother?
Injury of the : Brachial Plexus, 5 nerves that exit the spinal cord between neck bones & give the arm movement & feeling, can occur at delivery of a breech or large baby or if baby's head delivers normally but 1 shoulder gets stuck under mom's pelvic bones. In 90%, function recovers in 2 wks. Or in 3-6 mos. With physical therapy. Seek treatments for depression/ anxiety, as they can impact infant development. ...Read more
I am 20, have long (approx 2 weeks) heavy, painful peroids and never had a pelvic exam. My mother had same issues and endometriosis, am I at risk?
Yes: It's time you were seeing a doctor, anyway. Go get checked. ...Read more
My mother had a CT scan & the results say this "8 x 5 CM lobular area of fullness in the lower pelvic" what does this mean?
If my mother, grandma and sister had severe pelvic organ prolapse following vaginal birth, does it mean that I will too? Should I have c-sec?
Personal choice: Pregnancy and not just delivery method impacts pelvic support. A study done at madigan army medical center several years ago demonstrated evidence of prolapse from the first OB appointment to the time of delivery. Unfortunately, a cesarean section will not necessarily prevent pelvic prolapse. ...Read more
How does pelvic floor dysfunction post-lar surgery, esp. dyssynergic defecation, affect pregnancy? What are risks for maternal/fetal outcomes?
Ease your worries: Discuss with your gyne. Probably of no great significance. It really depends on your pelvic tolerance anatomically, and a good thinking after better discussion about this pelvic floor dysfunction. Whether this affects your capability to naturally birth, I'm not certain. Really, other than determining your proper route of giving birth, all your concerns shouldn't pose any risk to health of baby ...Read more
Can parent with herpes of the genitals and mouth give the virus to a child through routine, non-sexual contact?
My mother had hip surgery. Was doing well. Now her leg numb. Can't walk. She needs a second mri. Doctor suspects blood or fluid in her pelvic area.
Could be a hernia: If your baby is not in severe pain, you can contact your doctor's office to schedule a routine appointment to have it checked out. If your son is having pain, vomiting or any other worrisome symptoms, it's best to be seen right away. Hernias may present as a bulge in the groin and that condition can be diagnosed by a physical exam. Sometimes the bulging comes and goes, but best to call your doctor. ...Read more
I need a new hip, what is the best procedure? I'm 58, having chronic pain. Hip locks, can't bend. Mother had both done in her 50s. In good health, very active.
The main types are:
1. Hemiarthroplasty, which is a surgical procedure which replaces one half of the joint with an artificial surface and leaves the other part in its natural state. This class of procedure is most commonly performed on the hip after a fracture. The procedure is performed by removing the head of the femur and replacing it with a metal or composite prosthesis.
2. Hip resurfacing is an alternative to hip replacement surgery. It is a bone conserving procedure that places a metal cap on the femoral head. It is more like a natural hip and may allow patients a return to many activities, including marathons and triathlons.
3. There is also conservative treatment, such as injections, to try to avoid a hip procedure. ...Read more
Large baby,Low sugar:
Idm (infant from diabetic mother) tend to be 'big babies' (macrosomic). A large infant is more difficult to deliver so ob's are 'on the alert' for complications.
These infants initially tend to have low blood sugars when born and need to be monitored closely. Long term these infants may be @ risk for diabetes themselves. ...Read more
Yes: The prevailing information when I looked into this stated a firm preference for mothers voice was established by 8 hours(compaired to similar sounding women) with dad trailing behind a bit at 24 hrs. So the answer is sort of both yes and no. I find it amazing that a newborn can sort out all the new sounds they have to deal with that soon. ...Read more
Both hypo and hyperthyroidism, if not controlled, can harm a fetus.
After delivery babies may have antibodies from mother that affect their thyroids. If you think you are pregnant have your doctor do blood tests now. After delivery all babies in the us are tested for thyroid problems. ...Read more
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