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Baby Weighing At 8 Months Pregnant
Im 28 hispanic male 5'9 weigh 350, I been married for a yr n my wife hasnt got pregnanant, shes 19 5'5 w 155. We both want a bby, could it be me?
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
Yes: Pregnancy at high altitudes is associated with lower birth weight, at least among women who are not genetically from areas that are adapted to very high altitudes. But that lower birth weight does not seem to be associated with any significant or lasting health risks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2 babies both weighing 5lbs 9oz.One was born @ 35.5wks and the other was born@ 40wks.Was the full term small for 40wk or the 35wk one big for preterm?
Growth restriction: A term baby weighing 5 lb 9 oz suggests some problems with the health of the placenta, maternal high blood pressure, or other issue that lead to baby not filling out in the normal way.Most will recover their weight after birth and experience catch up growth over the first year, unless the infant has a medical condition that led to the lower weight in the first place. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im a small person, 5'1" and i weigh 106 pounds. I have never been fat. In the morning i wake up flat, and by the end of the day my belly is huge, i look like im 9 months pregrant. Why?
Abdominal distention: Abdominal distention is a very non-specific sign in gastroenterology. For you, your distention sounds very prominent and noticeable? Abdominal distention beyond the normal variance may indicate malabsorption or mal-digestion. I would bring this up to your md and ask to check your stools and possibly check do a blood screen for celiac disease. Again, distention is very non-specific. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does formula (similac advance) make babies fat or chubby? Do all babies go through that chubby phase? At my son 1month check up he weigh 10pounds
Doc told me babies around my time in pregnancy is 3 lb & 5oz.. mine is weighing 6lb &8 oz. What are the Chances of having baby early?? (33wks)
No correct answer: Children with down's syndrome have certain features that are indicative while in utero. Weight is not one of them. In utero weight is dependent on so many factors including maternal factors that fetal weight cannot be used with any accuracy. In my experience, children with down syndrome often weigh similar to their siblings in utero. ...Read more
I have a foster child as of 7/18/2015, He was starved nearly to death weighing in at 19 lbs on that date. His DOB is 11/11/2009. (6 yrs old in november). He was exposed to an array of drugs. He had a club foot repair as an infant with casting, he has had
I am 8 months pregnant but was unaware. And have been using heroin. How long will it take to leave mine and my babies system?
U mean see the htbea: At 8 weeks u should be able to see a htbeat, u cannot feel a htbeat, if u cannot see a htbeat on ultrasound, and the fetus is really 8 weeks then it is a non viable pregnancy but to be certain u can repeat the us in 1 more week and if no htbeat again taht is certain. ...Read more
Not!: Your baby's skin tone, hair and eye color are all determined at the moment of conception when the genetic contributions of the mother and father combine in that inexplicable miracle. And all, except absolutely necessary, drugs and chemicals should be avoided during pregnancy. A bad idea from many perspectives .... ...Read more
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