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How To Stay Thin While Pregnant
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
Use common sense: If you were already active prior to pregnancy, then continuing moderate exercise is a good thing. If not, then even walking moderately would be good way to stay fit. There are some modified yoga programs for pregnancy, modified water aerobics, etc. There are many options to stay active during pregnancy. Discuss this with your provider to be sure you can do this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pillows: Foam neck and back pillows. Loose comfy clothing. ...Read more
How long does the birth control take to wear off when you stop it? In how much time could you get pregnant?
Quite variable: The time between coming off Depo-Provera and resuming normal ovulation can be highly variable. Some women will start ovulating 3-4 months after a shot. Others can take a year. At your age, you also need to consider the possibility that you may be peri-menopausal, which would make ovulations less regular. ...Read more
How to get the fastest results while using kegals? And how lond does it take until they are super strong?
Sustained Pressure: It is not just how often you squeeze, it is also whether you hold for 8-10 seconds with each repetition. It also depends on your ability to gain strength as well as the amount of injury sustained in the past. At age 15, you should be able to recover in 8-10 weeks depending on the amount of laxity and how consistent you are in doing the exercises. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Second our third: Trimester. Pregnancy-induced anemia — a low red-blood-cell count generally caused by an iron deficiency — is extremely common, especially in the second and third trimester. With a few minor nutritional adjustments, you can still sail through the second half of your pregnancy, with no harm done to you or your baby-to-be. ...Read more
When ttc, is it safe to take Mucinex (guaifenesin) to thin out fertile cm? If so how much do you need and when during the cycle do I take it?
How long does 5-methyltetrahydrofolate stay in the body? I want to know how long to stay off my supplements before getting my blood levels tested.
Five Half-Lives: Why is that? Why do you need to have MTHF out of your system to test levels? Just curious... Anyways, it's a complicated biochemical web of reactions but basically the blood half-life is short(1-3 hours) so it should be gone after 5 half-lives.BUT...it's stored in the red blood cells for a long time, like up to a month or so--so if they do an RBC assay, wait at least a month. ...Read more
Many ways: Get regular prenatal care. Take prenatal vitamins. Stay physically active (unless advised not to by physician). Eat healthfully. Don't smoke & stay away from second-hand smoke. No drugs and no alcohol. Watch mercury content of fish. No raw sushi. De stress and be good to yourself. ...Read more
Am currently pregnant and wanted to know how long does it take to clean out my system of THC before giving birth?
6-8 weeks: It takes about 6-8 weeks for all thc to completely depart the system. Do not try any of the cleansing products out there because they are not safe for the pregnancy. Stop using thc because it can harm your baby. Thc passes to the baby through the placenta and into the breast milk. If you need help stopping thc, talk to your doctor. ...Read more
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