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Dr. Austina Cho
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Pregnancy (Definition)

If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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I am 36 weeks and 3 days pregnant its bee a healthy pregnancy so far I am starting to bleed a little but no sex involved should I be worried?

I am 36 weeks and 3 days pregnant its bee a healthy pregnancy so far I am starting to bleed a little but no sex involved should I be worried?

Bloody show ?: Active bleeding is not normal and you should see your ob. Passing a little blood tinged mucus is typical of a "bloody show" and means the cervix has lost its mucus 'plug". That is nothing to worry about and is typical. It has no predictive value, though, and there is no way to know when you will go into labor based on the bloody show. ...Read more

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Hi i have a question, Im wanting a healthy pregnancy, how can i do that ? What can i eat ? Do ? I have 5 weeks and 5 days.

Hi i have a question, Im wanting a healthy pregnancy, how can i do that ? What can i eat ? Do ? I have 5 weeks and 5 days.

Healthy pregnancy: There are no guarantees. Get to or maintain a healthy weight before hand. Take a multivitamin with folate.Don't smoke drink or take drugs.Get underlying health problems under control.Eat fruits and vegetables.Regular physical activity.Get a check-up with a doctor and discuss the medicines you take now.Be mentally prepared,be 100% dedicated, and have your finances in order.Kids are expensive.Read. ...Read more

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I had my mierna removed a week ago and I'm planning a family, what should I be doing to ensure a healthy pregnancy?

I had my mierna removed a week ago and I'm planning a family, what should I be doing to ensure a healthy pregnancy?

Yeahs and nays: Yeahs include a balanced diet, exercise and good partner and family support for the future pregnancy. Nays- include alcohol, tobacco and other dependency chemicals being ingested. ...Read more

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What are the chances of a second Chemical Pregnancy? I had one very healthy pregnancy. One chemical at 5 weeks. & I'm now 4 weeks & 3 days pregnancy.

What are the chances of a second Chemical Pregnancy? I had one very healthy pregnancy. One chemical at 5 weeks. & I'm now 4 weeks & 3 days pregnancy.

20%: In general about 30% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, but the farther you are the lower the chance. The fact that you already know you are pregnant reduces the risk a little. Having the prior miscarriage does not affect your chances this time positively or negatively. Should be fine! ...Read more

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I'm pregnant with my 3rd baby, have had two healthy pregnancy, changes of misscarrying this time round, I'm 5 weeks ?

I'm pregnant with my 3rd baby, have had two healthy pregnancy, changes of misscarrying this time round, I'm 5 weeks ?

Pregnancy: If you have not had problems with your previous pregnancies and your medical condition has not changed (assuming you are generally healthy), the risk of miscarriage with your 3rd pregnancy is low. ...Read more

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My hCG 1st beta 5/30 (3 weeks 5 day) was 59, 2nd beta 6/2 (4 weeks 2 day) was 161, 3rd beta 6/5 was 529. Chances of a healthy pregnancy?

My hCG 1st beta 5/30 (3 weeks 5 day) was 59, 2nd beta 6/2 (4 weeks 2 day) was 161, 3rd beta 6/5 was 529. Chances of a healthy pregnancy?

Favorable HCG values: HCG levels start below 1,200, double every 72 hours and increase by at least 60% every two days. Your HCG rate surpassed the standard. Also, HCG levels correlate to gestational age, but vary due to different laboratories and to our unique bodies. For instance, for 4-5 weeks, one source reports an HCG of 1000-5000 while another 100-5000. Changes in the HCG level matters more than the actual level. ...Read more

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Dr. Pam Yoder
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Healthy Pregnancy (Definition)

There are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more