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Baby Born At 30 Weeks Survival Rate
Good: Nowadays the survival rate is quite good(don't remember the exact percentage, but it is high. ...Read more
Survival rate: More than 90 percent of the babies survive. ...Read more
Gestational age at 13.8 weeks, fetal heart beat 165& at 18.1 weeks, 155. Is my baby gender boy or girl?
Premature baby: The survival rate for your baby depends on many factors concerning your babies health and condition. You should ask this question to your pediatrician who can give your the best information. ...Read more
I had u/s at 7 weeks after 2 embryo via icsi. Twin a hr 147 , 7 weeks old. Twin b hr 106, 6 weeks old. Will twin b survive and why the difference?
Discordance: I would wait and have another ultrasound in 1-2 weeks. That way you can confirm both heartbeats and look at interval growth. ...Read more
Can be: Usually 110 -170 is considered normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually excellent: “Babies born after 35 weeks are only mildly preterm and usually do very well.” (http://www.birth.com.au/premature-baby/survival-of-preterm-babies-gestation#.VVpX1fFdWM8) ...Read more
Maybe: All developmental milestones for the first yr to yr and a half should be adjusted for babies prematurity. Your average term born will prop sit for several seconds at 6 months and get to sitting and be stable by 9. Since your babies came more than 2 months early i would not expect them to be stable in sitting yet. ...Read more
Great!: Now days babies born at 28 weeks, have a 95% chance of survival. It does not mean they will not require a lot of care and support both inside and out the nicu. ...Read more
Baby 5 days old sleeping for 8 hours without feeding (1st time) born at 37 weeks, slow at nursing but was told to expect that, is this normal?
TERM INFANT: 37 to 42 weeks is term pregnancy. Newborns sleep 18-20 hours a day. Feeding is needed every 3 hours on an average, night time gap can be 4-6 hours max. So wake the baby by gentle movement/ rubbing the back and offer feeding. Too much sleepiness combined with refusal / poor sucking, poor muscle tone, pallor, moaning, hypothermia are signs of infection. If these happens, talk to the pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
8M baby boy failing to thrive? Born 3.5Kg, drop to P10% at 2M; keep at P5-6%, now P20%. HC 40%. Height 50%. Av gain/month 550gr. All milestones met!
Mgt: The percentiles of normal growth may vary with age. If he is otherwise well and following his curve and meeting milestones, he probably is fine. I would recommend a variety of solids and introducing food types several times. Are his stools normal? Please check that his newborn CF screen is negative. ...Read more
36 weeks pregnant w/twins, have been on bed rest for 10 wks. The wt of babies last wk was 5.6lbsand 6 lbs. If induced at this stage will babies be ok?
Define OK ??: If your question is primarily that of survival, outlook is good.However, at 36 wks there is a 50% risk of premature lung disease, more for male infants than female.Successful treatment is the usual outcome at this stage, but the longer you can stay pregnant, the better your chances of avoiding neonatal intensive care for the babies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10 weeks 5 day pregnant the baby heart rate on ultrasound was 176 BPM. Os this a good normal healthy heart rate?
Twin girls born at 24 weeks weighing less than 500 grams each . How high is the possibility of survival?
You'd be amazed...: The majority of 24 week infants now survive, especially if they make it through the first 48 hours of life. That's not to say they may not have significant problems with breathing, feeding, development, vision. You also don't say 24 weeks and how many days . 24 weeks 0 days is worse than 24 weeks 5 days - at that stage of the game, every extra day makes a difference. Continue hope, faith and pray. ...Read more
At 21 wks 3 days pregnant anomaly scan, baby measures HC 19.9 cm and weighs 482 gm. with 158 bmp. Is the baby measuring small? Is the growth OK?
Normal: All of those measurements are within a normal range. It is actually a little too early to reliably judge rate of growth, but so far so good. ...Read more
I delivered surrogate mo/di twins at 30 weeks due to 25% placental abruption. Are my chances higher at a p/a again with another pregnancy?
Low: The risk fell rapidly with advancing gestation; 9.4% at 6 (completed) weeks of gestation, 4.2% at 7 weeks, 1.5% at 8 weeks, 0.5% at 9 weeks and 0.7% at 10 weeks (chi(2); test for trend P=.001). Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Mar;111(3):710-4. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e318163747c. Miscarriage risk for asymptomatic women after a normal first-trimester prenatal visit. Tong S1, Kaur A, Walker SP, Bryant V, Onwude ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low.: 50 beats per minute is a very low heart rate for 6 weeks - provided your dates are accurately reported. This has a relatively worse prognosis for fetal survival, so please follow it up with weekly sonograms at your doctor's office to reassure yourself. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and keep your spirits high - chances are still on your side. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mother is obese52 lb weight gain, has GD, Pre-eclampsia, male infant, EFA at 35W4D, 8lbs. Fundal height 4 weeks ahead. C-section or vaginal??
Lab range for HCG values on report states gestational age 0.2-1 week expected range 50 -500, 1-2 weeks 100-5000, 3-4 weeks 500-10000. Is this fetus age not gestational (ieLMP dated) age given first 2 wks are leading up to ovulation ie no HCG produced?
Fetal or embryo age: Because there is is no fetus until 2 weeks into a pregnancy (yes, it's an odd but standard way of counting dates), there is no bHCG until after 2 weeks gestational age. Also, the bHCG is not detectable until implantation, because the bHCG needs to be able to get from the embryo into the uterine lining, into the mother's circulation, into the mother's blood or urine sample. ...Read more
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