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How To Control Nausea In Pregnancy
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
IUD/Implant: Regardless of your age, blood pressure, family history, or reactions to other birth control, the most effective and safest methods of birth control are long-acting progestin-only methods, such as the implant or the hormonal IUD, which decrease rates of endometrial cancer and decrease bleeding. They're safe, reversible, and don't affect weight gain/mood. They're almost as good as getting sterilized ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complex carbs: by eating complex carbohydrates, high in fiber such as fruits, vegetables, legumes and beans, you can control your blood sugar. The sugars are more slowly released into the blood due to the fiber. Unlike processed foods and high sugar foods where the sugar is released into the blood in higher amounts, fiber slows down the digestion and release of sugar into the blood. ...Read more
How to use emergency contraception pills after 48 hours of intercourse if want to prevent pregnancy. How many to eat and after meal or what?
Any methods to not to get pregnant in 2weeks after sex still in doubt of pregnancy any medicines that help to avoid pregnancy please help?
What is the period in which one can become pregnant (with menstrural cycle of every 28 to 30 days) and
when is it safe to do to prevent pregnancy ?
Pregnant any time: You can become pregnant at any time during your cycle, but the highest chance is during/around time of ovulation (egg-release). During a normal ovulatory cycle, the ovulation occurs 14-days before the menstrual flow starts. So, for 28-day cycle, ovulation day=14. For 30-day cycle, ovulation on day=16. To prevent unwanted pregnany, contraception is recommended at all time! consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Take your meds: Continue to take your meds as prescribed by your providers. Pregnancy can affect what doses are required to maintain normal levels and your dose may need adjustment. Don't stop your thyroid meds without consulting your doc....Doing so can be harmful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prevention and treat: There are many ways to prevent migraines, including avoiding migrane triggers, and some medications (such as propranolol). Some treatments for migraines are not oral and can be used if nausea is a large component of your migrane -- for example sumatriptan comes as a nasal spray. ...Read more
Can i take "the morning after" emergency contraceptive pill to cause periods to come early or in other words to "prepone" my periods?
If pregnant but didn't know of it and continue to take birth control, would the birth control effect the baby in any way?
Get a diagnosis.: Make sure your dizziness is not due to some problem with your heart, dehydration, or the side effect of a medication. Once those are ruled out by a physician, pay attention to when it happens. Sometimes if a pregnant stands up too rapidly or stands in one place too long, she can get dizzy. Make sure you do not lay on your back because the baby/uterus can compress your aorta and lead to fainting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I confirm pregnancy in how many days regarding pregnancy
how can I confirm pregnancy in how many days?
From starting day on wards what type of precautions we have to take?
How can I trigger a period naturally and safely? Don't want to go back on birth control for adult amenorrhea and low estrogen.
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