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Giving Birth At 35 Weeks Pregnant
I started taking Synthroid (thyroxine) at 35 weeks pregnant because I developed slightly elevated TSH levels; when can I stop taking Synthroid (thyroxine) after giving birth?
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
35 weeks pregnancy Dr says there is wound inside after performing urine test? Is it syptoms of complication in baby birth?
Please Clarify: Urine test in pregnancy are done to check for infection or protein in Urine if your blood pressure is elevated. If your blood pressure is high, then please consult with your doctor. High Blood pressure is a serious complication of pregnancy. If you have a urine infection, then it is easy to treat with antibiotics. Please give more information. Make sure baby is moving & you are doing kick counts Read more
35 weeks pregnant. U/S shows cord around baby's neck. OBGYN said baby is fine and doesn't seem too concerned. Could cord strangle the baby before birth?
Ultrasound: First question, why US at 35 weeks? Have there been problems with pregnancy? This is not uncommon and not real risk for child at this point. Not much room in there at this point to move around. At delivery very common to find cord around neck. Usually very easy to deal with. I would not worry. Hope this helps. Good luck with rest of pregnancy (the hard part now at this phase) and the deliver Read more
Not really: All this depends on why you are delivering at that time. If you have nothing better to do and your pregnancy is normal, delivering then puts your baby at risk of breathing issues and increased risks, such as nicu care, infections, cerebral palsy, etc. But most babies at 35 weeks do fine eventually, so if there is a medical reason (high bp, broken water bag, etc) to deliver, it is safe enough. Read more
Lots of possibilitie: Assuming you don't have a placenta previa, brown discharge at 35weeks pregnant is most likely not anything bad - but needs to be reported to your doctor. Some common causes: early ctx's with a little cervical softening or dilation (preterm labor) can cause this; sometimes vaginitis (yeast or bv) can cause; intercourse can cause) - less often: could be leaking amniotic fluid; small abruption. Read more
Mucus plug?: Hard to know. I wonder if this might be the mucus plug or "bloody show" which occurs before labor starts. Since brown discharge may be blood, ask your doctor about this, particularly since you are still early. I trust you are not having contractions or other abdominal pain. And I trust that you are feeling plenty of baby movement. Check with your doctor to be sure about this. Lgromkomd. Read more
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It can be: As the breasts expand in size the areola in fair skinned women do not always darken but can lighten especially in Scandinavian descent patients. Read more
Helps/not harms baby: Insulin (i) carries glucose through cell walls so its can be used. The (i) u take/make stays in your body controlling your blood sugar while baby actually begins to make its own during pregnancy. If your blood sugar level stays too high, baby makes xs (i)& puts away the xs sugar as enlarged organs. At delivery babies xs (i) can drive their blood sugar down to 0 & require iv's.Keep your level nl. Read more
No: Narcotics are not generally thought to be dangerous for development, especially in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters. Babies in utero can, however, become dependent on such medications. Therefore, the shortest duration of treatment is advised--especially around the timing of delivery. Babies who are exposed to narcotics right before delivery can have (treatable) sleepiness and slow breathing. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 35 weeks pregnant and yesterday I started feeling a discomfort in my vaginal area? What does this mean?
Several possibility: Some women will experience pressure in the vagina from the weight of the baby. Pregnant women frequently get vaginal infections such as yeast or BV - you will need an exam to check that out. Also increased blood flow and changes in the vagina in late pregnancy can cause the vagina to feel a little swollen or uncomfortable. Read more
Hey if I accidently took 1 10mg Percocet at 35 weeks pregnant and will it be in my baby's system im so worried?
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