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Delivery Of Baby At 34 Weeks
What causes a subchorionic hemorrhage? Started at 13 weeks and lost baby at 16 weeks. Passed large clots at 15 weeks & 10 hours before miscarriage
That can be difficul: To say. A placental abruption is what this is called when it happens later in pregnancy, usually due to trauma. Your loss is classified as a miscarriage though it did happen later than usual. The bleeding can be like a chain reaction, blood, cramping then more tearing away. There is a good chance u will be fine with the next pregnancy but review this with your doctor. There may not b a gd answ. ...Read more
Premature baby: The survival rate for your baby depends on many factors concerning your babies health and condition. You should ask this question to your pediatrician who can give your the best information. ...Read more
Twins pregancy at 22 weeks with cervix lenght of 2.2 cm and U Shape. What are the odd of miscarriage before 34 weeks and advises?
Odds are hard to get: Twin pregnancies always carry a risk of preterm labor and premature delivery which has been very difficult to estimate despite research on cervical length, uterine contraction monitoring, measurements of cervical f-fibronectin etc... Studies on prophylactic measures like bed rest, cervical cerclage, progesterone supplementation are also controversial. Consult a MFM doctor, specialist in twins. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant today. Measuring "low amniotic fluid". Baby is measuring 5 pounds, likelihood of complications of delivered now? Induction? C-sec?
Depends: Depends on how low the AFI (amniotic fluid index) is and how compliant you are with NSTs. You should be resting on your left side, getting NSTs and maybe even biophysical profiles. If a smoker, stop immediately. Your fluid may rebound if you follow this plan. At 34 weeks there is about 5% chance of long term newborn complications and the c section risk depends again on how low the fluid is. ...Read more
Yes: A large portion of abnormal pregnancies will miscarry or stop growing by 8 weeks. Many of the rest will be lost by 12 weeks. ...Read more
I am 34yr. had 2 miscarriages at 20weeks. have 1 baby born at 31 weeks after cerclage.had gestational diabetes.possible risks for another baby?
Unlikely: Most miscarriages occur in the 1st trimester. As long as there are no other risk factors unlikely. All the best. ...Read more
Not usually: The gender of the baby is usually much easier to see at about 18-20 weeks along. There have been some instances where it can be seen sooner, but usually at the time of your full anatomy scan between 18 and 21 weeks the gender can be seen. Sometimes the baby's position and other factors keep us from seeing the gender even when this far along. ...Read more
I delivered surrogate mo/di twins at 30 weeks due to 25% placental abruption. Are my chances higher at a p/a again with another pregnancy?
Ask your OB MD: You need to ask your currently treating OB md who will handle any complications should there be some. ...Read more
Confusing question: If you want a baby with high risk of cerebral palsy or worse, sign the waver accepting full responsibility & insist on a vaginal delivery for a full term breach baby. The judge can review it during the trial if they go after your other kids. The normal delivery for a full term breech baby is a C-section. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good: Nowadays the survival rate is quite good(don't remember the exact percentage, but it is high. ...Read more
No guarantees: About 4% of all deliveries at any gestation have an unexpected outcome & up to 10% may need brief specialized newborn care.About 50% born at 36 wks will develop respiratory problems of prematurity with declining need thereafter.The human womb is the best environment for a developing baby.If your pregnancy is complicated keep in close contact with the docs & delay delivery as long as possible ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
How common are cord accidents/prolapse/compression with footling breech at+after 28 weeks of pregnancy? is footling breech dangerous during pregnancy?
Go longer if possbl: Survival is likely if infants are delivered at 34 wks.However, there is a >50% chance that one or both twins would require oxygen or ventilator support and weeks in the newborn special care unit. The longer you can go before delivery the better.There is no better incubator for a baby than mothers womb. Only when the medical status of mom or babies is at risk would you elect to deliver at 34 wks. ...Read more
Any side effects of betamethasone injections in pregnancy? Had celestone shots at 34 weeks for risk of preterm delivery?
Ok: Many studies have shown that it is safe and it helps in development of baby's lungs. ...Read more
What are the health risks going into preterm labor at 33 weeks. I will be having a baby boy and am high risk for preterm labor.
NICU stay: Under 36 weeks there is >50% chance a boy premi would end up with respiratory distress & need to spend time in a neonatal intensive care unit.This would involve oxygen & fluids pumped through iv's or tubes into the belly button.It might mean a mechanical ventilator to assist breathing. Eventual outcome > 33 wks is pretty good with good care but stay is usually > 10 days & complications do occur. ...Read more
Depends on many: Things: #1 is maternal age. Are you truly 42 years old? The chance can be as high as 40%. Have you had an ultrasound showing a heartbeat? The chance is then lower. There is no 'general' answer. ...Read more
See below: Follow the advice provided to you by the nicu staff. Also, the majority of alarms will be false alarms. Try the best you can to remain calm when you have alarms. ...Read more
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