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Caffeine Recommendations For Pregnancy
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'm 13weeks pregnant.Cervix is 2.4cm now.Having appointment with Maternal-fetal expert.What precautions/treatments recommended for healthy pregnancy?
Rest & see Expert: Keep your appointment with the maternal-fetal expert, who is the very best person to advise you regarding your pregnancy. Make sure that you take prenatal vitamins, and keep all your appointments. Close follow up throughout your pregnancy will be very important. While awaiting your appointment. You should get plenty of rest and avoid sexual intercourse until your appointment. Wish you the best ...Read more
Eat healthier...: A healthy, well blanced diet of cooked meat/fish, leafy veggies, daries, carbs, and prenatal vitamins are better than any supplement during pregnancy. None of the protein drinks are "recommended"--they can be used if needed. Remember, these are processed foods and contain preservatives. So keep active, eat well, see you OB regularly. Congrats on the pregnancy and good luck to you. ...Read more
Pregease ( morning sickness and heartburn relief ) dietary supplement is necessary for pregnancy woman.
Maintain oral hygien: Ideally, you should have a thorough exam before your pregnancy and have all your treatment done. You should continue your normal dental exams during pregnancy. Xrays are safe if not during the first trimester. If you have a toothache it should be addressed during the pregnancy. If you have minor issues, they can probably wait. Impeccable oral hygiene must be maintained during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are there any safe medicines for pregnant women to take (2nd trimester) for a cold with sinus headaches?
Migraine /pregnancy: Try to limit all medications. I don't use drugs like Imitrex or ergots in pregnancy, i would use tylenol (acetaminophen) for mild headaches. Opoids( narcotics ) as well as anti nausea meds like a Compazine suppository for severe headaches. Paitients may also be helped from relaxation exercises and some biofeedback. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reduce red meat: Reduce your red meat intake with white meat as much as possible. Moderate or eliminate alcohol consumption. Avoid excessive red bean consumption as well. Bing cherries have been known as a folk remedy for gout for years. Consider adding them (or pure cherry juice) to your diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
???!!!!: There is a pill but illegal in the us, don't know about turkey. It is not very safe and the is why it is not legal here. You would be better off talking to doctor about traditional methods. ...Read more
Mainly for pregnancy: to protect the neural tube of the baby to make Mom & Baby strong. This might still be helpful during post partum while nursing. However, normally a woman's formula for Mom is good. Breast milk is best for baby to provide all the nutrients, fats, and amino acids necessary for the baby's growth and development. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What reasons would a woman take prenatal other than conception and pregnancy? Would a Dr prescribe PNVs for other than the aforementioned reasons?
Prevent, diet, meds: First try to prevent nausea by avoiding strong foods and aromas. Eat a cracker each hour while awake with the first before you get out of bed. Ginger, vitamin b6 (25 mg four times a day) "sea bands" help. Motion sickness medications and stronger anti-nausea meds may be prescribed. If severe vomiting occurs it is called hyperemesis gravidarum and may require IV fluids, meds and hospitilization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There are some things to avoid in pregnancy like nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and certain antibiotics. Short of that, dental care is encouraged. Poor dental care has been related to early delivery and infections. It is safe to get dental xrays and dental work during pregnancy. Your doctor can write a note for the dentist detailing what to avoid. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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