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Can A Woman Who Is Very Hairy Have Problems Giving Birth
No problem: It depends on the cause of the hair growth but if it's genetic (you're always hairier than others) and not due to a hormone producing tumor, then no problem. If you are already pregnant, then you don't have the tumor mentioned above, so again, no problem giving birth.See 3 more doctor answers
Statistics from 2008: 24 per 100, 000.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Sometimes: I always caution my patients about the varied information available on the internet. I usually refer patients to acog, the mayo clinic, and pregnancy weekly for reliable sources of information. Keep in mind, that every pregnancy and delivery experience is different. My hope for my patients, is that I can guide them through in the safest and easiest manner that is appropriate for them.
Probably not: Watch "baby's first day" on tv; even they usually have kids leave before their sibling emerges. It is difficult for children of all developmental ages not to believe that their mother is in danger of dying on hearing her cry out & seeing the blood & placenta, despite forewarnings. Most farm kids who watch or help during calving/ foaling grow up without developing ptsd, but that's not your mom.
Depends on situation: I have had jazercise teachers that delivered naturally & started teaching classes a week later & other moms that had a c-section birth & were limited for 2 months. Pre-pregnancy health, health during pregnancy & the complications of delivery all impact this time frame. Each case is in some way unique.
Unusual: Seems too long, especially if this is on the heavier side. The OB provider would want to evaluate this
Yes: While not advisable for both medical and social reasons. A woman can get pregnant the first cycle after pregnancy just as easy as any other cycle, though that first cycle may be significantly delayed if the woman breastfeeds.
My question is what brings about fibroid? Is it after giving birth or taking pills after having intercorse or just develop into any woman
No cause: I guess you are refering to fibroids of the uterus (leiomyomata). Approximately 25% of women in reproductive years develop fibroids. There is no known cause for the muscular tumors; there is some genetic tendency. They can be ignored as long as they do not grow rapidly, become very large, or cause bleeding problems or occasional pain. They are only very rarely malignant (cancer).
Depends: If you are breast feeding, continue to take prenatal vitamins. You will need to take extra iodine up to 250 mg and extra vitamin d 5000 iu if there is not that much in your prenatal or the baby will be deficient in both of them. If you are not breast feeding, take a good quality multivitamin.See 2 more doctor answers
Rare at 24wks: The best environment for building a healthy baby if a healthy mothers womb. The best outcomes occur with a baby carried to term or 38-40wks. Although there has been wonderful success over the last 40 yrs with neonatal medicine, the shorter the pregnancy the greater chance baby will suffer problems or not survive at all. Survival at 24 weeks does sometimes occur but seldom without long term probl.
Depends on variables: Untreated transfer has been recorded at around 35-40 %.In those treated with antivirals and managed well during pregnancy, the transfer rate drops below 5%.
WHAT DID YOUR OB SAY: It is hard for me to imagine that your OB doc did not tell you that! Or u did not ask your OB doc, the usually you wait 6 weeks but some docs may say 4-5 weeks is ok so ask your doc.
Periods after period: In general, it is 6 weeks after delivery if not breastfeeding. If breastfeeding, it will be delayed.
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