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Am I Pregnant Or Just Fat
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
When: It may be safest to work on loss of fat/ weight after you deliver. ...Read more
I frequently exercise and I am thin. But, my timmy has the most fats compared to my other body parts. Whoch maked me look pregnant when I'm a guy?
Fat distribution has some gene input-men (some women) gut/bell-apples; women (some men) buttocks/hips-pears.
Alcohol? Called a beer belly for a reason.
Calories out more than in: weight loss; some areas more resistant.
Check your exercise routine, but crunches etc. Don't get rid of belly flab; they tighten and tone the muscles underneath.
Last, make sure not fluid in belly, e.G liver disease. ...Read more
Exercise: After pregnancy our metabolic rates (the amount of calories we burn in 24 hours) can change. Often women describe, including myself, that weight is harder to lose after pregnancy. Increased exercise definitely can help. Studies show that interval training exercise is the best for weight loss and fitness. There are on-line calculators that can tell you how many calories to have a day. Good luck. ...Read more
Geeze I wonder.: No time to take care of oneself as the baby becomes center of the universe. Eating junk or snacking when their isn't time to prepare and sit down to a wholesome meal. Scratching gym time and personal trainer off the schedule to focus fulltime on motherhood. Soothing frustration or baby blues with food. There are lots of possible reasons for weight gain. ...Read more
Normal: Discharge changes a lot in pregnancy, especially in last trimester. The discharge can become copious... Sometimes so much that you think you might have broke your water. It can be thick or thin, white or clear, mucousy. Bottom line, if you keep leaking make sure to go to l&d to make sure your water didn't break. Otherwise, know that abnormal amounts of discharge and different textures normal. ...Read more
Yes: It is most likely mucus from your cervix. If it is bloody or watery, you need to be seen by your doc. ...Read more
I'm 20weeks pregnant & dr told me I have thick placenta. What does that means baby is growing fine.?
Good question: "thick" placentae sre just now being carefully defined. The takehome message is that if your baby is growing normally, then that's all that counts. ...Read more
My husband's semen is not thick, and I trying to get pregnant. Can I still get pregnant even the semen is not thick.?
I wouldn't recommend it. You are going to get bigger around the waist. If you are condo earned about weight gain in pregnancy, then read about good nutrition. ACOG has a patient info page on it. Here's a link:
http://www. Acog. Org/~/media/For%20Patients/faq001.pdf? Dmc=1&ts=20140518T1319037715 ...Read more
Fat! Sadly I can't post pics but I'm prettty sure it got dropsy if not its pregnant but just in case its dropsy how do I cure it, what to do?
Fat vs pregnant vs: Dropsy is an old term for edema. Pregnant women can get edema from the pressure of fetus on lower extremity venous drainage. Obese folks often get edema for somewhat similar reasons and just plain venous insufficiency and other causes exist. The cause dictates the treatment. ...Read more
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