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Can Pregnant Women Eat Eggs Sunny Side Up
Absolutely: These are an excellent source of nutrients and protein. I would wash your hands before and after handling uncooked eggs as the shells can have bacteria on them, and then cook the eggs -pregnant women should not consume raw or undercooked eggs of any type. Cook and enjoy this nutritious food! ...Read more
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
Well cooked: Pregnant women can eat eggs as long as you trust the source and you cook it well. You can eat it fried or scrambled. ...Read more
Everytime I wake up in the morning my stomach is flat but as soon as I eat breakfast in the morning it looks like I am 8mo pregnant everytime I wake up in the morning my stomach is completely flat but as soon as I eat breakfast no matter if I eat eggs or
This: This is concerning as it has been going on this long. You need to be seen by a doctor. Please keep a "food diary", and list every food you eat and then what happens to you. Also list your daily weights and other symptoms you have. Take this diary to your doctor. This could be related to a digestive problem with a certain type of food, or could be due to other gastrointestinal (GI) possibilities such as gallbladder problems or other intestinal problems. If you develop pain, fever, or vomiting, then you must be seen as an emergency. ...Read more
Can pregnant women eat century eggs? How about 2 yo child? It says it doesn't contain lead. Thanks
Does the quality of eggs in a woman is affected by age. Till what age an women can become pregnant?
Being pregnant am I allowed to eat egg salad and deviled eggs? I don't know what I can amd can not eat. Little help please?
Pregnancy nutrition: As long as the eggs are fully cooked, it's okay to eat when pregnant. ...Read more
Is store bought mayo on the shelf safe to eat while pregnant? The eggs must've been pasteurized to be on shelf & unrefrigerated, right?
Safe: When it comes to spoiling of food, if it is safe for the rest of us, it is safe for you too. ...Read more
How many eggs does the average woman have left at age 45? May consider trying to get pregnant next year...
Very few eggs: After age 43 you ovarian reserve (how many eggs are left) is very, very low and the chances for conception are really poor. You are also at risk for a baby with chromosomal abnormalities. Next year may not work for you at all. If you really want to know ask you ob/gyn to order an amh level which is a hormone that measures you ovarian reserve. If it is <0.5 you chances to have a baby are very low. ...Read more
I’m currently 10-week pregnant can I eat chocolate Marquise? I’m worried cuz I just found out it maybe unbaked and made from raw eggs
Can you combine two different eggs, place them in a female and when she gets pregnant will the baby have both genetics from both females?
I hope not!: It's not nice to mess with mother nature. Always decide if you should do something, before trying to genetically engineer a way to do it. ...Read more
Eggs: I see no problem with hard boiled eggs. ...Read more
Women take follic acid to prepare their eggs for getting pregnant, what supplement can men take to prepare their sperm for fertilizing the eggs?
I had an ectopic pregnancy 6 months ago, losing my left tube. How long does it take for my body to only releases eggs from the right/working side?
Both sides: If you still have your left ovary, you will continue to ovulate from both ovaries. Each month will be a 50% chance the egg will be released on the good side. Because you had one ectopic, you are at risk for another. As soon as you think you are pregnant, you need to get in and get checked. ...Read more
Can a 44 year old woman with an elevated FSH level in perimenopause still get pregnant with her own eggs?
Gastric emptying?: Dietary fats (of which eggs are high in cholesterol) takes longer to empty from the stomach than proteins and carbohydrates (e.g. What you find in vegan diets). Your nausea may reflect this when eating fatty foods. Nausea is however a surprisingly multifactorial symptom that warrants medical evaluation if persistent after dietary modification. May also just be a food intolerance unique to you. ...Read more
Don't eat eggs.: If that is your only problem I'm not concerned. If it just started could you be pregnant. IF you are otherwise well and healthy I would hold off of eggs for about 3 weeks and try again. If that doen't work call your doctor. ...Read more