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Duphaston During Second Trimester
One doctor prescribed to continue duphaston in second trimester, and another told me duphaston is not needed or won't be effective, should I or not?
Not: My personal experience and understanding of the Luteal Phase Defect concept lead me to this conclusion. Good luck! ...Read more
Uterine evacuation.: Surgical or medical/mechanical methods can be used to empty the gravid uterus in the second trimester. The earlier one decides to terminate a pregnancy the safer, less costly, less traumatizing and faster it is. Consult with your gynecologist for additional details. ...Read more
You shouldn't: You shouldn't have bleeding in the second trimester. You should get your OB to check it out. ...Read more
Sensitivity to HCG: Sensitivity to HCG varies from woman to woman. Some women never experience morning sickness while others deal with it through out the entire pregnancy. The level is lower after the first trimester but there is still HCG present. Hope this helps. Best wishes to you and the baby. ...Read more
See your doctor: Symptoms like these have to be evaluated in real-time by your physician. He/she has access to your examination, laboratrory data and many other diagnostic tests to get to the bottom of what's going on and offer you help. ...Read more
No: But it is not necessarily serious. You should be checked. ...Read more
Eat healthy: Make sure you are taking your vitamins, and make sure your hb is normal as it can drop during preg and u may need additional iron and I assume they have checked your thyroid as I do in all my pts at their 1st visit, because hypothyroid can cause decreased energy and make sure u are sleeping as well as possible. ...Read more
Please call your OB: Now, if you are worried about this, your OB should be the 1st person u should call! So call now, u would notice thin fluid like water coming out of your vagina. Your doc can do a nitrazine test if it is not obvious and an exam and fern test and ultrasound to find out because hopefully u are not but if u are u will need to be admitted with close monitoring and at bedrest, . ...Read more
Need to know this: Marijuana has a mixed reputation, but we have found that adolescents who heavily use can develop emotional and cognitive issues which may stay with them for life. A baby inside of you would be far more vulnerable, so stay away from weed until after labor and delivery. ...Read more
Can be normal: Typically, light brown discharge is indicative of bleeding from the cervix or placenta/uterus at some point in the pregnancy. Brown discharge is old blood typically. A little bit of brown discharge is common in most pregnancies. You should definitely mention to your doctor, and possibly refrain from intercourse until you see your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: A cramping sensation can occur in any month in pregnancy. Of course what is the difference between this cramping and threat of miscarriage. Difficult question to always answer. Benign cramping in 2nd trimester is constant and not cyclical. It feels like constant pressure. If you're worried at all, though, see your doctor and ask for a cervical length ultrasound to confirm cramping is benign. ...Read more
Under Doc Care Only: The main risk of stopping antidepressant meds in the second trimester is recurrence of depression, which is why you need to be seeing an experienced doctor regularly, who could help you see early signs of returning depression. Also, if you do stop, it is often a good idea to resume about 4 weeks before delivery to avoid the risk of serious post-partum depression. ...Read more
Not necessarily: If mom is stable through the balance of pregnancy there is no significant effect on the fetus if you stop the med however, a baby needs a fully functional mom to thrive well & mom should not stop the med if she needs treatment to stay healthy enough to care for baby after birth. ...Read more
Would being in a band have an adverse effect on a baby's hearing development during the 1st or 2nd trimester? I'm mainly concerned about the drums.
Proably not.: All things in moderation though.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not common: Contact your obstetrician.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes and No: If both legs are swollen equally this is fairly normal during pregnancy. However, if one leg is swollen more than the other you should see a doctor as soon as possible. It may be that you have a DVT (Deep Venous Thrombosis) which can be quite dangerous and even fatal if left untreated. ...Read more
Is it normal to feel queasy again at start of third trimester? Nausea had stopped during second trimester.
Normal: The enlarging uterus is putting pressure on your ability to expand your stomach when eating. Eat smaller lighter meals more frequently. ...Read more
During my second trimester, after having multi orgasmic sex, my face breaks out in dark splotches all over. What is this and how do I prevent it?
Well, don't have sex: But that's not really an answer, is it? Your facial flushing is a common side effect of capillary dilation that accompanies sex, embarrassment, certain kinds of food, and many other stimuli. There's really nothing to do about this as this is a normal physiologic response, more or less in certain individuals, and perhaps more with pregnancy. Forget the flushing and god bless multiple orgasms! ...Read more
Rx during pregnancy: Should always be cleared by your obstetrician ...Read more
Hi, is BetaMethasone Valtrate 0.05% okay to use during 2nd trimester? Surface area is contained to two fingers.
Is it common to get orgasms during sleep in 2nd trimester? They wake me up and belly feels very tight and hard. Thus far it happened twice this week
Is it common to develop GERD during 2nd trimester? My mother did. I feel breathless during meal. I'm Slow eater and eat healthy. Advice?
GERD DURING PREGNANC: GERD can happen in any trimester of pregnancy more common in second and third trimester. Eat smaller meals more times than two or three meals a day, after you eat wait 2to3hours before you lie down, avoid late night snacksavoid spicy foods, chocolate and mint. If symptoms worse at night raise the head of the bed 6to8 inches. You can take Mallox, Rolaid or Mylanta Avoid antacids containing sodium Bicarb ...Read more
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