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Epigastric Hernia Pregnancy Women
Hernia: Not sure what the question is, but the only way to fix a hernia is with an operation. You would like to avoid this if possible, but may need to operate for unrelenting, severe pain or problems with the intestines related to the hernia. See a gernal surgeon, your ob, and sages.Org guidelines for laparoscopic surgery during pregnancy for more info. ...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
3 weeks after safe intercourse. Symptoms are: tender breasts, Stomach aches, cravings, cramps. Chance of pregnancy?
Unlikely, but...: A urine pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant, and a test is not needed. ...Read more
Call your OB MD: Call your OB MD and get checked for a urinary tract infection and be certain that the baby is O.K. ...Read more
Sudden onset pelvic pain 7 days aft conception.3 weeks on pregnancy is healthy but pelvic, abdo, lower back, belly button pain continue. Gynae unsure?
Pregnancy related?: It sounds like your doctor is monitoring your pregnancy, probably with ultrasound, & has reassured you that nothing catastrophic-such as rupture of an ectopic pregnancy-happened Also, apparently the cause is not a threatened miscarriage. So cause of discomfort may not be pregnancy related. Review function/symptoms related to urinary or GI tracts; report any changes/new symptoms promptly to your OB ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can this be an ectopic pregnancy: missed period (8 days in), dull pain in left lower abdomino, negative pregnancy test, history of ectopic pregnancy?
Maybe unrelated: I would repeat the pregnancy test. The 2 symptoms may not be related. The possible problems increase if they are not. Usually straight forward sorts of infections or bowel problems will account for the lower abd pain. The breast soreness if it persists needs to be checked no matter what. ...Read more
Painful abdominal cramping high middle of abdomen, fantom "baby kicks", hardened abdomen, tubal ligation & gallbladder removed years ago. ANY idea?
Possible bowel obstr: Due to adhesion's. See MD ASAP IF WORSENS go to ER. ...Read more
I'm bloated, left side of tummy cramps, frequent farting, breast tenderness, always sleepy; is pregnancy likely?
Possible: Do a blood preg test and see your obgyn for a workup, if test is neg then u need other blood work, an exam and an ultrasound either way. ...Read more
Anything: Lots of things could cause it. I assume you have had an ultrasound to confirm that it is an intra-uterine pregnancy and not ectopic. It could be stretching of the uterus, or the ligaments. Lots of aches and pains that will be new. Good luck, and congratulations- my son is the joy of my life! ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Abdominal pain and increased frequency of urination can be due to a number of factors. It could be due to a pregnancy with an ovarian cyst, threatened miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, urinary tract infection, and others. You should see your physician for evaluation to determine if you are pregnant and the cause of the pain. ...Read more
Tubes are tied, birth control, abdominal pain,2 weeks Late period, negative at home pregnancy test, ovarian cyst . what can be the Cause?
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