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Can You Start Showing At 4 Weeks Pregnant
If you have had an ultrasound done showing you are just under 4 weeks pregnant on the 5 of april how do you work out when you might have conceived?
good at five weeks: Ultrasound really only valid when it shows a five-week pregnancy. The ultrasound dating is counted from the first day of bleeding in the most recent period so conception would be about two weeks later. Report that indicates a less than four weeks gestational age probably does not show evidence of pregnancy. ...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
? thyroid: Get your thyroid function analyzed and checked. ...Read more
Very fair?: Not sure I understand the question? If you are referring to skin tone of your baby that is not something you can control. That will be determined by genetics. ...Read more
No question but a thank you for all your health related answers to my questions im now 4 weeks pregnant?
Found out I was 4+4 weeks pregnant today. My levels were tested and they were only at 348. Is that normal?
Yes: BHCG levels are typically used to monitor the progress of and early pregnancy, either good or bad. In normal pregnancy, the level should rise at least 50% every 48 hours. Conversely, in an abnormal pregnancy the value will not rise appropriately or fall. Your value of 348 confirms you are pregnant but a second value/ test would be helpful if your doctor feels it is indicated based on your situation ...Read more
I am 4 weeks pregnant and I accidentally ate 160 mg of Ashawaghanda. Is my baby going to be ok? I'm so worried.
I'm on a vegen diet and I am 4 weeks pregnant, do u think I can continue on this diet? I'm happy to go off it for a healthy bub if necessary...
Absolutely fine: We forget that a significant portion of the world are vegans. A vegan diet is absolutely fine even though many american physicians who are unfamiliar with it may not be so sure. Make sure you incorporate quinoa, tofu, beans of all kinds, gluten-protein, etc into your diet. ...Read more
I work in a werehouse and have to lift 20-25lb everyday. Should I tell me boss right away that I'm pregnant or wait till I'm past my 1st trimester?
Tell him right away: Tell him right away. It is for the safety of the fetus and also because different employers may have different policies about this so don't take a chance. ...Read more
I am 4 weeks pregnant I took a 5 mg diasepam then I made myself sick as I was scared for my baby wot would it have done and did I get it out bein sick?
Tiredness: Fatigue and breast soreness and sometimes nausea. Hang in there :). ...Read more
Unanswerable: This varies widely from patient to patient. I would want to know what prompts this question? If you have a value for a recent blood test then that may be a better way to ask the question. ...Read more
Positive: A "qualatative" blood test is all you really need, signifying + or -, as the "quantatative" HCG gives a broad range, with very low to no sensitivity to specific age of the fetus. ...Read more
Yes, if necessary: Traveling in the first trimester is acceptable although not always ideal. In general, travel will be most comfortable in the first trimester given that your belly is still small in size. However, women should always understand that OB emergencies most often occur in the first trimester (miscarriage, bleeding, ectopic pregnancy). Knowledge of the closest emergency facility is paramount. ...Read more
Maybe: Pain in the ovaries in early pregnancy is possible from a corpus luteum cyst. However, pelvic pain in early pregnancy is serious. One has to make sure that the pregnancy is not an ectopic or tubal pregnancy. Please speka and see a doctor for ultrasound and blood tests and clinical exam. Good Luck ...Read more
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