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Fun Snacks For Kids To Make Without Eggs
Losing weight too fast? Stopped eating meat and sweets. 3 meals a day, no snacks. Eating fruits, veggies, eggs, beans. Losing 5 lbs per wk. Goal 20.
Weight loss: No, sounds great. Stick with your goal. Upcoming weeks may slow the rate of loss--that is normal. ...Read more
16 mo old vomited 5x in 3h fri. Vomited again mon when eating snack - cheese, animal crackers, and eggs and just now tue eating pasta. What to do?
Restrict diet: Our child most likely has a stomach virus. He/she was better over the weekend, and the cheese and eggs may simply have been too much on monday as was the pasta. Encourage fluids and revert to s simpler diet like rice, applesauce..Bland foods...No dairy. It is friday so i hope your child is better or you saw your doctor and received some help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
GYN: I am sorry I do not understand your question. Are you asking how long before the donor can concieve? That depends entirely on the individual. Please get exam from reliable gyn, preferably the one who was responsible during the donation. ...Read more
Maybe: Any child conceived using your eggs may look similar to you (especially if it's a girl). On the other hand, the intended father also contributes half the child's genetics so the baby / child may not look exactly like you. If you're an anonymous donor you will never meet the child. If it doesn't "feel right" to you don't donate your eggs, though. It's a personal decision. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: If you did hormonal therapy to induce ovulation for the donation, it may take a couple of months for your cycle and natural ovulation to return to normal, but after that there would be no problems. No long term affects and you have plenty of eggs to have your own kids - you need just one a month to get pregnant! ...Read more
Yes: Human genetic material is composed of 2 sets of chromosomes, one from each parent.When an egg forms, these two sets separate into one set 0f 23 while the other set is lost. The chromosomes contain the genes/traits of the person. The donor egg thus has one set of chromosomes which combine with the set from the sperm. ...Read more
Depends: Mild reaction would be itching, rash and abdominal cramping. Severe reaction would be anaphylaxis where there is a drop in blood pressure, constriction of the airway, shortness of breath, wheezing and swollen lips/tongue. Some children have an egg allergy which is very mild. They can eat a small amount of egg without a problem. ...Read more
We don't think any: As far as we know being an egg donor does not affect your future fertility potential. But 'just to be safe' as well as to reduce the chances of kids from the same donor having kids together, we limit each donor to no more than 6 egg donation cycles in her lifetime, across the us. As part of becoming a donor you will be tested to make sure you have normal or above-average egg supply / fertility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 33 & hope to have children. Slight problem - I don't have a partner, should I consider about freezing my eggs?
How much should my 14 years old kid eat eggs a day, because I saw some articles say that too much is really bad, how much is too much?
Diet eggs: everything in moderation which is open to interpretation. But a couple eggs a day will not harm a healthy individual. ...Read more
My friend and her kids are experiencing bites that have black thin splinter type bugs or eggs coming out. We don't know what they r or how to treat.
See a doctor: Unfortunately this sounds difficult to diagnose without a picture or physical exam. The best thing would be for at least one person in the family to see a doctor. ...Read more
My child has completed 6months. She weighs 6.6 kgs.Is it ok now.... Can I give eggs orally in addition to formula and my feed.?
Yes: Unless there is an egg allergy in a close family member, eggs are okay to give at this age. Older books might contradict this, but new research and recommendations allow eggs. There is a lot of confusion on this topic because the recommendations have changed, but current research says it is okay to give eggs. ...Read more
I'm considering donating my eggs I know women produce more I know that maybe it could help someone who wants kids,what isthe process I go through?
Donor eggs: Women in your age group produce many eggs when medicated for egg retrieval. If you want to "donate" your eggs, go to a "In Vitro Fertilization" center, usually in a city or suburban metropolitan area, and they will discuss the process in detail, after an extensive genetic history. The process does require a minor surgical procedure. ...Read more
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