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Extreme Fatigue During Pregnancy Second Trimester
More specific: We need to know more information about "how" you are feeling sick. If you are having bleeding, fever, vaginal discharge, or severe cramping, call your healthcare provider or go to the nearest hospital. If it is mild nausea, sciatica, mild back pain or other mild symptoms, this might just be symptoms from your pregnancy. ...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
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
Implantation?: Implantation and miscarriage can both cause mild cramping. If severe you should see your ob/gyn soon. ...Read more
Yes and very common: As your growing uterus presses more and more on your urinary bladder, you can experience more frequent urination which is very common and normal...If you are really concerned or the frequency seems quite excessive to you, you may ask your obstetrician to screen you for "bacteriuria" , gestational diabetes or other endocrine disorders. ...Read more
May or may not be: Spotting in small amounts (less than a dime size) that is intermittent typically nothing to worry about, but always mention it to your physician. More that a little spotting should always be immediately evaluated by a physician. Abdominal burning is also common. Try Tums or Zantac (ranitidine) and see if that helps. Eating small frequent meals may help as well. ...Read more
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During pregnancy had extreme aversion to food and nausea. Anyone else had this beyond first trimester?
Yes, but...: There are 100 more likely reasons for cramps than conception. Can you make your question more specific? ...Read more
Not typically: Nausea and vomiting or "morning sickness" is typically a first trimester problem due to your HCG levels being so high. During the second trimester, vomiting typically resolves. If you continue to experience worsening vomiting in the second or third trimester, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
Is it normal to feel queasy again at start of third trimester? Nausea had stopped during second trimester.
PLEASE CALL YOUR OB: Now ! as you need immediate evaluation to make sure u do not have pre- eclampsia as u will need to be put on meds and get delivered if u do, and even if u do not have that, u need evaluation of the headache so if i was your OB i would send you straight to the labor room now for evaluation and to check the baby ., so please call your OB now. ...Read more
Alternative therapy: The key to fibromyalgia treatment is using multiple modalities for pain and fatigue relief. Many of these are safe in pregnancy, such as: omega3 fish oil, which is a potent anti-inflammatory for pain relief; accupuncture; massage therapy; yoga and stretching exercises; physical therapy, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My TSH was 9.1. I have extreme fatigue, I gained 62 pds in a year that I had originally lost during pregnancy. What are your thoughts?
First trimeser of pregnancy extremely tired, nauseated, and light headed aftrr standing. Anything to help this?
I'm 20 and have been having weird headaches, extreme fatigue, hot flashes. Have taken pregnancy tests and are neg. What could it be?
I'm 10 days late, with 3 negative pregnancy tests but have extreme fatigue, migraines, and digestive upset like watery stools and gas. Any suggestions?
The symptoms you're: ...having aren't typical for a pregnancy & could be coincidental. Any acute illness can throw off the timing of your cycles. You need to stay well hydrated. Sports drinks help replace lost fluids & electrolytes. Since your pregnancy tests are (-), you can take the liquid form of Ibuprofen for headache. Simple carbs like toast, crackers & noodles are good sources of calories. Get well soon! ...Read more
Why do I have severe pain a week before my period starts ? I had an ectopic pregnancy 4 years ago. Had my right fallopian tube removed. Since then I suffer from pain and extreme fatigue. I have even felt suicidal. Surely this is not normal. I am 42 and no
Laparoscopy: You need to see a gynecologist skilled in laparoscopic surgery and have them take a look. You may have adhesive disease. You may have endometriosis. You may have a blocked fallopian tube that is causing pain. It is going to be difficult if not impossible to to figure it out without actually looking in the belly, so that is what I would recommend you pursue. I can certainly help if you are PacNW ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That's something: that you definitely should do under the care of a live physician who knows your case. ...Read more
Is terconazole safe to use during 2nd trimester of pregnancy? It's labeled in category c, which scares me.
Probably: I'm sorry I can't be more definite, but the second trimester is a relatively safe time to take any medication and there a no known issue with this class of medication. Category C simply means there is very little information available, either good or bad. If you have a proven yeast infection and symptoms are severe, it is a reasonable medication. ...Read more
Safe in pregnancy: Sexual intercourse and orgasms are generally safe in all three trimesters of pregnancy. There are a few exceptions to this such as ruptured membranes or a bleeding placenta previa. But these situations are not common. If everything is going well, it is a good time to be intimate. There will be a lot less time after the baby is born! Best wishes. ...Read more
If a female tennis athlete just learn she is pregnant. When does she has to stop training druing pregnancy? Is it during the 2nd trimester?
Around 20 weeks: There is no one right answer to this question. A general approach for an athlete who has been training vigorously (including high-intensity workouts) is to continue training as able through the first half of pregnancy, and during the second half of pregnancy to scale things back to a "maintenance" mode. All of this depends also on the individual mother, number of fetuses, and pregnancy course. ...Read more
My hair fell a lot during the 2nd trimester of my pregnancy. Now im in my third trimester and have cut it off. Will it grow back?
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