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Crying During Pregnancy Bad For Baby
Yes: Diarrhea can be harmful in 2 ways. If one gets dehydrated, one has lower blood pressure which decreases blood perfusion to the baby. Also, one can lose vital electrolytes with the diarrhea. One should use pedialyte as opposed to gatorade to replenish fluid and electrolyte losses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
No: But, can cause muscle injury to yourself. Also, should get checked out by doc to make sure that you don't have something medical to be treated. ...Read more
Can me crying while pregnant harm the baby? Does crying effect the growth of the baby? I'm 36weeks and I been very emotional my whole pregnancy!
Crying or blues?: Crying itself will not harm the baby. If however, you notice that you are sad most of the time, feel hopeless, without energy and are having difficulty getting your daily activities done, please discuss with your family doctor or obstetrician. Perinatal depression can be serious and can indirectly affect the baby. ...Read more
No: Generally, once an infant starts to sleep through the night (around 2 months) it is not necessary to wake the baby up to feed him/her, assuming the baby feeds well during the day, is wetting several diapers a day, appears healthy, and is growing well. It is important not to interrupt a healthy baby's sleep/wake cycle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 3 weeks old she always has episodes of crying during breast feeding that interfer it also during sleep she never sleep quite, she always nervous, I do not know what i can do?
Check with your Peds: I would advise you to pay a visit to your pediatrician and have her evaluated. If everything alright, check with lactation nurse to be sure if she is latching right, and she left hungry or she might have just colics. Have your baby ever had a history of neonatal abstinence? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I deal with pregnancy induced hypertension after having eclampsia during my first child delivery? She is carrying another pregnancy now .
Let OB know: Today's technology is good at handling pregnancy induced hypertension, but clearly having eclampsia during your first pregnancy puts you at huge risk for the second child. Letting your OB know, making all appointments, following advice closely, and letting the OB know of any fluctuations in your condition will help the most. Also complying with any special instructions, and taking meds correctly. ...Read more
My one month old baby is crying a lot during night and not sleeping while she sleeps on days.Pls suggest what should I do.she is having formula milk..
No: Your babies are protected from the world around them by several layers of tissue and the bag of waters. Try to stay healthy, rest and eat right. Get regular prenatal care and take you vitamins.The only infections that might bother baby are ones that enter your blood, like flu, so a flu shot in season is a good idea. good luck. ...Read more
27 weeks pregnant. Been stressed+anxious. Needed a good old cry and sob. But worried now can it hurt my unborn baby?
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