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Can Symptoms Of Hemolytic Disease Of The Newborn Happen A Week After Birth
HDN: The process of hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN) starts soon after birth, however the symptoms (mainly jaundice) may not be detected if clinicians do not maintain a high index of suspicion. HDN due to Rh incompatibility is very rare in the US, but ABO incompatibility should be suspected whenever the mother has type O blood and the baby has either type A or B blood and there jaundice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is not known to cause such cardiac birth defects in an embryo. The cause of tetralogy is unknown. I am sure it is very, very, difficult dealing with this problem in your child. But you may rest assured that you did not cause it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At what week of pregnancy Down syndrome occur? can it occur after 12th week of pregnancy due to side effect of some medicine?
After how much time does the child suffering from thalassemia major show symptoms of disease after birth?
6-8 months for beta: Alpha thalassemia major is generally fatal before birth, with just rare cases born alive. Beta thalassemia major babies look normal at birth because fetal hemoglobin doesn't need beta globulin. As fetal hemoglobin goes away and adult hemoglobin starts being made, the baby will feel the effects of his lack of beta globulin. Symptoms start after the first 6-8 months of life. ...Read more
What is the earliest number of week s pregnant when a baby can survive being born early in the neonatal iuc?
Following how much time does the child suffering from thalassemia major show symptoms of disease after birth?
What is the risk of having a vasovagal reaction during pregnancy and birth? How can one mitigate the risks?
Probably more: Vaso vagal syncope is usually triggered by a drop in BP due to reduce venous return. Thus it can occur with prolonged standing which during pregnancy can be worse because of the growing uterus, During birth there is sudden loss of fluid. Prevention include avoiding standing for long periods and hydration ...Read more
In the 24 hour period following a full term birth, what would it mean if the baby had "multiple variable decelerations" of the heart?
Can be normal.: This means that while your baby was on a monitor the heart rate was slowed below a baseline rate. These are temporary drops in heart rate. We worry about them because they can be signs of infection, breathing problems or heart problems. They can be common in premature infants but if your baby is full term without any fevers, breathing problems, or feeding problems they can be normal variability. ...Read more
A 10-day boy,was diagnosed of hemolytic disease of newborn when 4 and a half days.After treatment his icteric index is 10.3.Will the icterus recur?
Hemolysis: This would be dependent on the PRIMARY cause for the hemolysis ...Read more
If my 2nd son had hemolytic disease of the newborn, what are the chances the rest of my babies will as well?
Depends: Hemolytic disease of the newborn, which is due to rh or ABO incompatibility, happens when the newborn's blood type is incompatible with the mother's, and the mother has passed antibody to the baby in utero. In ABO disease, the mother must be type o and the baby either a or b. In rh disease, the mother must be rh- and the baby rh+. So, subsequent risk depends on the fetus' blood type. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the. Possibilities that a premature baby will develop a type of dissorder later on in life?
Got diagnosed with group a strep after a month of being sick. Will the antibiotic take care of it after that length of time?
Maybe: Strep is a self limiting illness which disappears on its own if not treated within a weeks time. There may be another problem because of the length of time involved. Another possibility is that you were reinfected during the month antibiotics should help. ...Read more
What are the chances of a miscarriage of a medium SCH that is in front of a 6 week baby with some tissue between. Massive bleeding but has stopped?
Can not quantify: Subchorionic hematoma are quite common in the first trimester. Most will resolve on their own. The miscarriage risk is higher in those with a SCH. It is also higher with advanced maternal age. There is not a treatment to prevent miscarriage in this circumstance. I wish you the best outcome possible. ...Read more
What are the risks if a woman develops Acute Rheumatic Fever during pregnancy (16 weeks)? What could happen to the baby? Mom?
This depends: The infnat hsould do well. This depends on the involvment. During the preganacy she will need to see high risk OB ...Read more
Can a common cold during the first trimester increase the chance of birth defects? No fever and no medications were taken.
No: The common cold is a localized process i your upper airway.It does not generate a blood phase that would send the virus to baby through your placenta. Similar conditions like strep throat or a UTI that are localized are also no risk. It is the blood borne issues like measles that cause problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the likelihood that my newborn could contract group b strep after the administration of antibiotics?
Please ask your OB!!: As since u are beta strep + your OB should have discussed this with u since it is common to be beta strep + as i always discuss this with all of my + beta strep pts if u get antibiotics the chance is very low, not zero but very low your baby will get it and your baby will be watched in the nursery for any possible signs and if u get srom and no labor it is impor to call your OB right away. ...Read more
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