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Can Pregnant People Go Bowling
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
Im on a bowling team found out im 5 weeks and 1 day pregnant. Is it still safe to go bowling? Can it make me have a miscarage?
Exercise is good!: Glad to hear you're still active and i encourage you to continue to do so. No weight bearing restrictions up until the third trimester unless you're bowling with anything more than a 35lb bowling ball. Listen to your body, you shouldn't do anything to cause significant strain. No concern for miscarriage unless with bleeding, contractions, or abdominal trauma. ...Read more
Sure: The risk with bowling is failing as the lanes are slick. At 11 weeks a fall isn't likely going to be an issue. Your baby is well protected. Later because of balance issues it might be a good idea to avoid bowling or just change your approach. Even if I can't convince you its safe, you can always walk up and throw the bowl instead of the usual stepping and sliding. ...Read more
Is it safe to go bowling in your first trimester if you didn't do this sport before you were pregnant? I am only 2-3 weeks pregnant.
I'm 19 weeks pregnant and I been having lots of pressure like a bowling ball in my uterus and I just went pee and it burns like jalapeño juice Why?
I am sorry to report but we cannot write you a chapter of a pre-natal guide book. This app is for specific questions that can be answered in four hundred characters.
I always advise, as I am sure your OB has advised, that all pregnant females and their partners get a guide book to pregnancy so you can read along about the changes your body is undergoing and you can know what is normal. ...Read more
No mosh pit: I assume you are worried about the effect of loud sounds. This will be fine during pregnancy. The baby is well protected. I would make sure you are standing or sitting in a safe area. Stand away from crowds who are pushing and getting wild where you might fall or get knocked around. ...Read more
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Gentle - yes: Avoid rides that are high velocity, flip you upside down and every which way and which involve impact. So, it is basically common sense. Gentle rides which don't have potential for injury are fine. ...Read more
Start-Stop: Rollercoasters often engage in high speed and frequent start-stop maneuvers in order to elicit the adrenaline rush. Unfortunately, these maneuvers place your changing body, the baby, and your placenta/uterus at risk (e.g. placental abruption). Furthermore, the security restraints often do not fit pregnant women correctly, and can cause damage just as an improperly placed seatbelt can. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. Enjoy the concert.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: If cervix is inadequate, there are no signs of fetal nonreassuring status you can go up to 2 wks over due date. ...Read more
Not usual: You may want to check with you OB and gyn doc .May be there is an issue with pregnrncy. ...Read more
Yes: Yes but look at the calories and salt content and you may want to change your order. ...Read more
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