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Doctor insights on: Anembryonic Pregnancy

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Help please! could being fat cause anembryonic pregnancy?

Probably not: We think anembryonic pregnancies are from genetic mutations. Obesity may make it more difficult to get pregnant if someone does not ovulate regularly. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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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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I got 2 miscarriage both anembryonic pregnancy, im just wondering why is that happened for the second time, would still have a chance to have a baby?

I got 2 miscarriage both anembryonic pregnancy, im just wondering why is that happened for the second time, would still have a chance to have a baby?

Yes still a chance: 2 miscarriages definitely warrants a further evaluation by you gynecologist or a reproductive endocrinologist. You may still have a normal pregnancy. Certain rare autoimmune disorders or endocrine disorders may be associated with such a phenomena as yours. ...Read more

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Preventing Pregnancy (Checklist)

Take birth control pills at the same time each day as directed
Daily
Associate taking the pills with a common activity done daily
Once
Be aware of medication that could interfere with birth control
Once
Use barrier protection to prevent STDs
Once
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How can I get rid of a pregnancy at home.

How can I get rid of a pregnancy at home.

Do not go there....: Whatever your circumstances, there is safe help available to you. Women have died in trying to produce abortions on their own. Please do not attempt this, no matter what you hear! rather, call your local planned parenthood, make an appointment with a clinician to evaluate what your options are. They will give you a safe referral; many planned parenthool clinics provide abortion care. Be safe! lg. ...Read more

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I had an anembryonic pregnancy in 2008 and have not been able to conceive since then. Could there be problems. I do not have any other children.

I had an anembryonic pregnancy in 2008 and have not been able to conceive since then. Could there be problems. I do not have any other children.

Yes: If you have been actively trying (or doing nothing to prevent it) for 6 years and have not gotten pregnant then you or your partner may have fertility issues. Your ob-gyn can start the initial work-up or refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more

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Managing Pregnancy Complications (Checklist)

Keep all scheduled appointment with your ob/Gyn
once
Contact your doctor for unusual symptoms
once
Monitor the baby's kick counts in 3rd trimester
once
Discuss the optimal time for delivery with your OB
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Help please! could being fat cause anembryonic pregnancy?

Probably not: We think anembryonic pregnancies are from genetic mutations. Obesity may make it more difficult to get pregnant if someone does not ovulate regularly. ...Read more

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I had an anembryonic pregnancy in 2008 and have not been able to conceive since then. Could there be problems. I do not have any other children.

Yes: If you have been actively trying (or doing nothing to prevent it) for 6 years and have not gotten pregnant then you or your partner may have fertility issues. Your ob-gyn can start the initial work-up or refer you to a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more

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Having a Healthy Pregnancy (Checklist)

Don't smoke
daily
Take a walk: walking promotes easier labor
daily
Take prenatal vitamins with folate to reduce birth defects
daily
Eat a healthy diet, including lots of fruit and dairy products
daily
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I got 2 miscarriage both anembryonic pregnancy, im just wondering why is that happened for the second time, would still have a chance to have a baby?

Yes still a chance: 2 miscarriages definitely warrants a further evaluation by you gynecologist or a reproductive endocrinologist. You may still have a normal pregnancy. Certain rare autoimmune disorders or endocrine disorders may be associated with such a phenomena as yours. ...Read more