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Does Your Temperature Rise During Pregnancy
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
Does body temperature rise in pregnancy? I'm consistently around 98.9-99.5 and am usually around 98-98.5.
How is it possible for my basal body temperature to rise when I am spotting and bleeding little after a chemical pregnancy? BBT taken at same time.
Very unreliable: Basal body temperature is notoriously unreliable. In the days before home ovulation kits this was a commonly used tool but it still was not very accurate as small fluctuations in temperature are a normal part of physiology. If you are trying to track ovulation you are better off using a home ovulation kit ...Read more
Can hot showers increase core body temperature during pregnancy? They're my only relief when my back is sore. I let stream fall on my back not tummy.
Not significantly: While hot tubs and baths with total immersion can increase core temperature, it would be very hard to do with a shower. If the heat is also just localized to your back, then this is probably okay. The issue of increased core temperature is mainly an issue during the first trimester. ...Read more
What is more important: proper hydration or cooler temperature to reduce nausea in early pregnancy?
Acupuncture is best: I think fatigue has a lot to do with how sick you feel, so I usually recommend sleep. Acupuncture has been shown to help in some good studies, and my patients have done very well with that also. It's always good to stay hydrated, but I haven't heard that helps with nausea in pregnancy. Most pregnant women run hot. I've not heard that cooling affects nausea, but you might feel better overall. ...Read more
4days late, my body temperature up by. 5 degrees... Negative pregnancy test, should I test again in a few days time?
No: Fever (defined as 100.4 f) or any elevated temperature is not a reliable predictor of pregnancy before a missed period or a positive pregnancy test. Later in pregnancy Progesterone may have a very slight thermiogenic effect (raising temperature) but this is not helpful before the next missed period. ...Read more
My period is late by 4 days. I have all the signs of pregnancy. My temperature is 37 c. But, all my four tests came negative. Could I be pregnant or not?
I am at my early days of pregnancy. I am facing problem like, head ache, temperature & nausia? Can u give me some advice?
Yes: The fever may be incidental, you could be getting i'll or feel feverish because of nausea. Headaches are not uncommon. If you are not sleeping well, have a history of insomnia or depression, consider Mirtazapine at 15 mg before bed. It works like zofran, helps sleep and mood and appears safe; otherwise use unisom, tylenol (acetaminophen) and zantac 150 mg per day until u see your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I am 2 days late on my period, negative pregnancy test and increase in vaginal discharge. Lots of mood swings and increase in body temperature???
Re do test: Home pregnancy test should be done 5-6 days after a missed period. Negative result on a test done too early does not rule out pregnancy. You may repeat the test in 3-5 days, if you do not get a period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. ...Read more
Is a low temperature always a sign of early pregnancy (about 3 weeks) or can you be pregnant and not have one. I have been really tired frequent urination spotted dark brown/pink blood for 2 days tender breasts feel naucious had low grade fever yesterda
Low grade fever can be a sign of early pregnancy. Not everyone experiences this, so to answer your question, yes you can be pregnant and not have a low grade fever.
On the other hand low grade fever, especially if it lasts for a while, may may a sign of an infection. If this is the case (prolonged fever) you should inform your doctor right away.
Also you can take an early prediction test at this point.
Good luck. ...Read more
How can catching cold, running nose, pain in throat and little temperature like 37.0 harm pregnancy. 26 weeks pregnant.?
Most likely not: A simple viral infection, which your presentation sounds like, usually won't affect a normal pregnancy. Supportive measures (plenty of fluids, tylenol (acetaminophen) as needed, rest) should suffice. If new symptoms occurring or you are getting worse, do not delay a trip to your doc. ...Read more
High body temperature, body pains, light stomach pain, little bit vomiting sensation, no energy to do work, light fever. Symptoms of pregnancy?
Sounds more like flu: There are no definitive signs that point to pregnancy (other than a positive pregnancy test). All your described symptoms (low grade fever, achiness, queasiness, fatigue) could be due to a lot of things, but flu or intestinal virus should be high on your differential list. ...Read more
I have a fever just over my average temperature, I have a sore throat, headache, light headed... I have gone through pregnancy before and it is making?
Wouldn't do it.: Airborne is a cocktail of vitamins and minerals which is supposed to boost the immune system when a common cold is suspected. It contains vitamin a, which in excess may cause birth defects. Also, there is no evidence that airborne is effective at all and you should not waste your money. ...Read more
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