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How to get boy baby during pregnancy?

How to get boy baby during pregnancy?

Same way every time: Urban myth may have you believe you can pre-select your offspring but that is bogus.If you go the test tube baby route you might be able to pretest embryos & have them implanted, but that is tedious & expensive.You get pregnant & get whatever the successful sperm has made.(the sperm determines the sex)you have the same chance for boy or girl any pregnancy. ...Read more

Dr. James Dukelow
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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What to eat during pregnancy to get fair baby?

What to eat during pregnancy to get fair baby?

Unknown: There is no known food that can impact the skin tone of a baby. You can also teach your baby the value of being a fair person in life. Then they will truly be great and not just fair. ...Read more

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How to get fair and health baby during pregnancy ?

How to get fair and health baby during pregnancy ?

See Obs: Follow your Obs recommendations and directions. Prenatal care will help and is extremely important. ...Read more

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I'm really scared about a potential pregnancy could I please get some advice?

I'm really scared about a potential pregnancy could I please get some advice?

Plan,do not panic: Seek the help form a gynecologist or family medicine doctor or an adolescent medicine pediatrician who cares for young girls and who has the expertise in inserting IUD's and subdermal implants. These are the best and most effective methods to prevent you from having an n unplanned pregnancy. Be safe. Choose them and your sex partners wisely. ...Read more

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Can you please explain why some women get sick during pregnancy and others don't?

Can you please explain why some women get sick during pregnancy and others don't?

Everyone's different: There is nor rhyme or reason, but some think it has to do with hormone levels. This has not been proven. ...Read more

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Question about pregnancy. Do you get more or just bigger fat cells during a pregnancy?

Question about pregnancy. Do you get more or just bigger fat cells during a pregnancy?

More if: My recollection of med school listed 3 times in life when you add fat cells; early infancy, puberty & pregnancy. Existing fat cells can always enlarge, but the hormonal flux of these periods seems to play a big role in adding cells. ...Read more

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I had heelp with my 2nd pregnancy, no problems with the first, I want to get pregnant again but scared of developing heelp again, what are the chances?

I had heelp with my 2nd pregnancy, no problems with the first, I want to get pregnant again but scared of developing heelp again, what are the chances?

It can happen: Interesting that you had hellp syndrome on your 2nd but not your 1st. The highest risk would be on your 1st pregnancy. Once someone has had hellp syndrome they are at higher risk to get it again than someone who never had it. It's also true that the chances on your 3rd is lower than your chances of getting it on your 1st or 2nd. Your doc will need monitor the pregnancy closely. ...Read more

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Is it ok to get vaccinated during pregnancy?

Is it ok to get vaccinated during pregnancy?

Yes: Most vaccines are safe in pregnancy unless they contain a live virus. An example of a vaccine with a live virus is the MMR (measles/mumps/rubella) vaccine. ...Read more

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Can you get two rhogams during pregnancy?

Can you get two rhogams during pregnancy?

Sure, if needed.: Several not uncommon scenarios would merit Rhogam administration at least twice in the same pregnancy: e.g. After amniocentesis and at 28 weeks/postpartum, after fall/trauma and at 28 weeks/postpartum. ...Read more