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How Long Does Forgetfulness Associated With Pregnancy Brain Last
Variable: Hormonal changes/salivary changes are not set in stone and exaclty the same for anyone. Likely it will cont during pregnancy and likely during nursing. Know that increased saliva is only good for your oral health and helps reduce the risk of decay by buffering acidic encounters. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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Frequent mood swings and no sex drive. These symptoms have persisted for 3 years. How long does the shizophrenia prodomal period usually last?
Good news, bad news: It's no joke to suffer mood swings and loss of sex drive, but... The good news is that it is not at all likely that you are in the early stages of schizophrenia. Try to find a psychotherapist who can help you understand what is going on and make a referral if necessary. The bad news? Sit down, take a deep breath.... You're too old. Nearly all cases of schizophrenia start in early adulthood (18-30). ...Read more
Individualized: Teething symptoms will be different for every child. Decreased appetite can be associated with teething and only your child will no how long this will last. Provide loving support, teething rings, the correct dose of tylenol (acetaminophen) for severe pain and plenty of fluids until your child completes teething. Remember, teething is a natural life process... Your child will get through it just as you did. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does Prilosec 20mg stay in your system. Also does this cause anxiety.. Short term memory ? Light head
Depends on Cause: "hellp" is an abbreviation of three main features of this syndrome: hemolysis elevated liver enzymes low platelet count this condition is a form of pre-eclampsia during childbearing. Visual changes may stem from different causes such as corneal or macular edema which may be more temporary or retinal breaks/detachments which may be more severe and permanent. Best to see your eye md! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sepsis: Fussiness in a child with sepsis is a non-specific symptom. In a child who does not possess the verbal skills yet to explain how they feel, this in part is their way of letting us know they do not feel well. Duration of fussiness might vary based upon underlying cause of sepsis, the organ systems involved, the child's underlying disposition, and the environmental stressors. ...Read more
Does post-menstrual syndrome exist? Is it possible to experience symptoms such as moodiness, fatigue, etc. Right after period instead of before?
Yes and no for some: It may take a while for one to realize that it is over and that each month may be different. During menstrual cycle it may be a little scary at first making sure that no heavy bleeding and fatigue starts. Just carry extra pads.If too heavy please see your doctor as soon as possible. Take care. ...Read more
Anovualtion: 'false pregnancy' has no exact or specific definition, so i can't give an exact answer. Simply being late on a period (if not pregnant) is nearly always because of not ovulating. If your periods are mostly regular you could wait for the next one, or can be evaluated by a gynecologist anytime. ...Read more
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