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Maternal Cell Study
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It means the Baby on: board has its back towards the Mom's front on the RT side, ie Facing towards Mom's back & left. ...Read more
Problem with baby: Blood flow in the mca (middle cerebral artery) may be abnormal if a baby is not getting enough oxygen, either because it has anemia so that it's blood cannot carry enough oxygen, or because it is not getting enough oxygen from the placenta. If your baby is not growing well, or if you have an infection or problem that might be causing anemia, your doctor may look at the baby's mca with ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What exactly does sleeping allow our bodies to do? Is part of it to clean out some sort of toxic cell waste as i've heard?
Many: Primary or secondary blood disorder, infection, immunologic diseases, medication, and many other possibilities. Most causes would be treatable. If this has been confirmed then consultation with a hematologist would be appropriate. ...Read more
Hard lump not painful on middle belly also small mass on my hip had biopsy said shouldn't grow has a lot past history 2 biopsy and pre cancer cells?
Need for examination: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without seeing your records, especially the results of prior biopsies, taking history, performing a physical examination and may be doing some tests. Since you have a doctor, it would be prudent to discuss the matters with her/him. ...Read more
Is cancer hereditary? My maternal grandmother had breast cancer does it mean my mother is going to get it? How likely am i to get it?
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