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Doctor insights on: Internal Organs During Pregnancy

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Dr. Debra Rosenblatt
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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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I am experiencing internal pain during intercourse with my husband. 3 years post twin pregnancy.

I am experiencing internal pain during intercourse with my husband. 3 years post twin pregnancy.

Needs to be checked: You are having pain during intercourse with a history of twin pregnancy 3years ago.You need to get a thorough Gynecological exam with your Gynecologist to find the cause. It may be from problem in Vagina like infection etc.Or from the cervix due to penis touching the cervix.or there may be problem with uterus like fibroid or endometriosis . Or a condition called Vaginismus.Consult your Gyn asap ...Read more

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What causes painful inner thigh cramping during the last few weeks of pregnancy?

What causes painful inner thigh cramping during the last few weeks of pregnancy?

Growth of the baby: As the baby and uterus continue to grow they put downward pressure into the muscles and ligament of the pelvis, which is probably why this is happening. Meanwhile, drink plenty of fluids and do stretching exercises. ...Read more

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Estrogen level high at 1094 in wk 6 of IVF pregnancy. Does this affect gender development of brain and sex organs of fetus? Should I decrease estrogen

Estrogen level high at 1094 in wk 6 of IVF pregnancy. Does this affect gender development of brain and sex organs of fetus? Should I decrease estrogen

Follow instructions: Best follow your infertility specialist's instructions. Because of the medications you received to stimulate ovulation, it is not unusual for your estrogen levels to be high. ...Read more

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5th pregnancy 2 cesarean daughter 2 abortion done twice each foetal mater remain. Now surgey complicated coz adhesions. Organs stick uterus. What's it?

5th pregnancy 2 cesarean daughter 2 abortion done twice each foetal mater remain. Now surgey complicated coz adhesions. Organs stick uterus. What's it?

Adhesions: Abdominal adhesions develop in the body as a result of inflammation from surgeries. They are more common after multiple procedures, consist of band-like tissue that binds the internal organs in abnormal ways, and can create pain, discomfort and dysfunction. The presence of this material distorts normal anatomy and makes repeat surgical procedures more difficult. ...Read more

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Can i take pedilax during pregnancy?

Can i take pedilax during pregnancy?

For constipation?: If you are asking about suppositories, the answer is yes. If you are speaking of oral, i would recommend something else, like MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) to help with constipation. It's not absorbed by the body and is gentler than many anti-contstipation medications. Make sure to drink a lot of water if you are having problems with constipation. Drink until your pee is clear/white, no yellow. ...Read more

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What shouldn't I do during pregnancy?

What shouldn't I do during pregnancy?

Illegal opiates: There are a lot of things to NOT do during pregnancy, but I want to focus on the overuse of opiates by pregnant women and the impact on their unborn children who go through drug "withdrawal". There are several studies about the rising use of these drugs by pregnant women recently and it is a bad testimony to our profession (healthcare) to convey this message to the general public. ...Read more

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Can I use emergency c during pregnancy?

Can I use emergency c during pregnancy?

Clarify Question: If you are asking if you can go to an emergency department when you are pregnant, the answer is yes. It is best when you are pregnant to have an obstetrician or family practitioner you can call or see if you have non-emergency problems. If in doubt, you can always go to an emergency department. ...Read more