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Is 36 Weeks Premature
Not commonly.: Late preterm birth such as the one you inquire about at 36 weeks has increased risks for neonatal morbidities such as difficulty eating, breathing, infection and death - but only slightly compared to full term (39-40 weeks) births. Most 36 weekers go home with mom within 2-3 days of life and do just fine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
@ 8 Weeks gestation fetal hr was 175, 17 days later hr is 130 should there be any concerns? this was a vanishing twin pregnancy
Pregnancy: With a fetal heart rate at 6 weeks the chances of miscarriage are reduced significantly: to around 3 to 5%. Factors which increase the risk of miscarriage include prior obstetric history (like if the patient has had recurrent miscarriage), any systemic medical illnesses. And advanced maternal age. Good prenatal care is important to improve the chances of a successful pregnnacy. ...Read more
I had a d&c for retained placenta 2 weeks after a vaginal delivery, is this normal? most people I hear about is 6 + weeks postpartum.
Yes, but these are: usually Braxton-Hicks or false labor contractions. Unless you're about ready to go in to labor anyway, they are unlikely to trigger true labor. If your contractions are very strong, you might want to abstain from sex for another week when you'll be at term. Then, in the unlikely event that it does trigger true labor, you're baby should be fine. Best wishes to you! ...Read more
It is 40 weeks from: The first day of your last period until your due date, the ideal time to deliver as shown by a large recent study is 39-40 weeks gestation, my advice to u is, do not go past your due date- not worth taking a chance something bad could happen to the baby, all of my patients are delivered by 40 weeks and they want to be ! ...Read more
You need: To feel 10 distinct movements per day. If not feeling movement then lay down and relax, see if you feel it. If markedly decreased you need monitoring so call your doc or go to l@d. Good luck. ...Read more
Ultrasound says my fetus is 6 weeks 2 days but my gestational sac is 7 weeks 2 days. Heartbeat is normal. Is everything ok?
Most likely: The most accurate measurement of the fetus is the crown rump length. The gestational sac is like a fluid filled balloon, not a perfect sphere. So the measurement of the sac can vary quite a bit depending on what part was measured. If there is already a fetal heart beat, that is a great sign. Keep your follow up appointments with your OB doctor. ...Read more
32 weeks 5 days pregnant.Baby normal.Cephalic. Afi is foundout by usg is 10cm.Is this a normal value?
Yes: 5-25 cm defines normal afi.Get a more detailed answer ›
8 weeks 4days when ultrasound was done. Ultrasound shows GA as 7 weeks 6 days. Fetus is 1.47cm. FHR 158bpm. Is this normal range? I'm 40.
Within normal range: At this point in pregnancy, a 4 to 5 day difference between the dating of your pregnancy by your last normal menstrual period and the dating by sonographic findings is usually within acceptable limits and subject to confirmation by another ultrasound 4 to 5 wks later. The 1.47 cm measurement of embryo can be considered" fairly reliable and accurate" if obtained by a skilled, certified sonographer ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More information: Premature delivery is typically defined as less than or before 37 weeks gestation. The incidence of complications increases based on earlier gestational age and lower birth weight. Management of expectant mothers can include drugs to prevent premature delivery and to improve development of the lungs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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