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Can Pushing Break Your Water
I can have the baby any day now it feels like I have to push should I push water has not broken yet?
Pregnancy: Dear wombat, do you mean to push the baby out? The active pushing part is important when you are actively in labor. You can read a really wonderful site on line called "what to expect when you are expecting". It can give you information with what is happening to your body & what to anticipate. Take care. ...Read more
Food feels like its getting stuck in chest when I eat, and need water to push it down. I'm scared, I cant eat with out water. Please help?
See your dr: This could be many things stricture, spasm, mass etc. See your doctor most esophageal problems innpeoplemuour age group are easily diagnosed and treated. Best of luck keep water around till your seen! ...Read more
My baby is 3 months old. She is not doing firm potty it is like water and these days when she do it she has to push it hard. We can see from her face.
Ok am 16 almost 17 but I way 250 am really trying to loose weight. I do 20 push ups from time to time n drink lots of water still no results help mi!?
Weight loss: Try keeping a food journal, writing down every single thing you eat (even little bites or tastes). If you can find someone to exercise with (a trainer, or even just a friend), you will push yourself harder than if you're working out on your own. Talk to your parents about wanting to lose weight. Ask them to help you by preparing healthy meals that are low in saturated fat and calories. ...Read more
I went down a water slide at a water park 1 week ago. I hit my foot at the bottom. It still hurts to move it and push it. What could it be?
Triage said my amniotic sac didn't tear but still watery fluid coming out when I push smells like cemen and also clear like water! Could they be wrong?
It's possible: It can be ambiguous as other things can mimic leakage of amniotic fluid like urine or normal discharge. Sometimes a small hole in the sack can be intermittently plugged by the babies head like a cork. This could cause ongoing leakage. You should call your prenatal care provider's office in the morning so that this can be rechecked. Call sooner if you're experiencing fever or any vaginal bleeding. ...Read more
I have a bump on my forehead and it hurts when I push on it. Also has really big pours. I try putting hot water but nothing happened?
What could be wrong with someone who drinks plenty of water & is constipated & has issues with feces sitting in the rectum unable to push it all out?
Is walking after every meal and drinking lots of water with meals to push food down good practices for Achalasia patients?
It hurts when I try to poop...like I push but it feels like I'm pushing glass and it won't come out and I drink lots of water...I want it out?
Constipation: Sounds like you're describing constipation. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/constipation/basics/definition/con-20032773 for more info. Fiber, fluids & exercise are 1st non-drug options. Pain may be due to anal fissure (skin tear) as a consequence of pushing out hard stool. Or perhaps even hemorrhoids (although you're kinda young for 'rrhoids). Many OTC options too. ...Read more
I had a nuclear stress test. Why was my max heart rate only 152 before pushing the nuclear water? It was very easy. Will it give correct results?
TYes: With Heart rate of 152 you should get correct results. ...Read more
I noticed 2 red lines diagonal in my upper. I'm eating and drinking water. My stool bloody and small Bc scared to push it hurts hemroids? I'm 28?
I occassionally have feeling of something stuck in throat. I drink water to push food down. Could it be result of stress?
Perhaps. May be globus.
Very good explanation here: https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Globus_pharyngis.
You should have an exam by an ENT doc to rule out real pathology. ...Read more
Infant had water pour out her nose while pushing to defecate. Np says lungs sound clear but I am still concerned. She's been extremely tired and moody?
My 1 month old baby grunts when she's poops and it seem like its hard for to push but its yellow and water and she is breast fed normal?
Yes.: Normal babies grunt, turn red, and sometimes cry when they poop. They have to learn to use their stomach muscles to push the poop out, just like they have to learn to use their arms and legs. As long as it comes out soft, she's ok. ...Read more
11 month old son has had hard, Clay like poop since birth. Used to strain to push them out but not anymore. Tried more water, juice, etc. Worry??
One of a common problem with hard stools is taking too much cows milk
at this age the need for milk each day is q16-20 oz.
specially if the child has been cow milk intolerant earlier like colic gas or rashes with cow milk formulas
try giving more protien as meats and vegetables to increase the fiber in the diet
if this does not help he needs to be checked ...Read more
I swallowed a fish bone several hours ago. Burning pain gradually descended then stopped at bottom of rib cage. Should I drink water or eat bread to push it down?
Although I have good BMI and am skinny fat my stomach is starting to stick out and when I push it in the middle when laying down relaxed it quivers like a jelly or water bottle is this normal or could it be ascites or getting older? GP said normal.
Stomach: As women get older they tend to get hormonal changes which predispose to storing fat in the abdominal areas. Likely it is normal and your GP seemed to have confirmed this which is good! ...Read more
I want my baby now: You do nothing. You do not force this. Once the water breaks you have 24 hours to deliver the child. Anything longer can lead to dangerous outcomes for your baby. Please do not force this natural process to happen any sooner than is safe. Your obstetrician will know when it is safe to 'induce' your labor if you fail to start on your own. ...Read more
PPROM: It is not entirely clear why some women experience preterm premature rupture of membranes, while others don't. Some risk factors for water breaking before 37 weeks gestation include a history of pprom in a previous pregnancy, genital tract infection, bleeding from the vagina, and cigarette smoking. ...Read more
Not a good idea!: Breaking your water at home by yourself is not a good idea. You are likely to introduce infection. Why are you contemplating doing something like that? You should go to a hospital for childbirth. ...Read more
Do not do it: You should not undertake breaking your water by yoiur self. It occurs spontaneously and when done by an ob. You do not want to endanger any structures in the vagina and yoiu do not want to take the chance of introducing an infection. ...Read more
ABSOLUTELY NO!!!: Please do not attempt to break your own water by puncturing or in any other way manipulating the cervix or amniotic sac. You do not want to put your baby at risk. I know it is miserable these last weeks, but if you need to be induced somehow to spur on the delivery of your child let the doctor worry about this. Please do not do something you may regret later. ...Read more
Yes: Yes and since your water breaking is an important event (at any time when you are pregnant) you should always inform your obstetrician if you think you broke your water; even if you are not sure. You do not need to experience a large "gush of fluid" in order to have broken your water. ...Read more
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