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Medicine For 10 Weeks Pregnant
Otc meds: Congrats to you! I'd strongly suggest avoiding as many meds as possible. While we have a lot of research on a lot of drugs we are not certain on them all. I suggest you ask this at your Ob appointment. Meds to avoid include alcohol, anti inflammatory meds, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) at this point in your pregnancy. Meds to ensure you're taking include your prenatal vitamins and iron. ...Read more
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
Dear sir/ma'am am 10 weeks pregnant I have 7cm of simple cyst in right ovary how can get rid of this by without taking medicines?
I'm 10 weeks pregnant. Is it ok for me to take tylenol (acetaminophen) pm? What other allergy medicines am I allowed to take with metformin?
10 weeks pregnant, bp-80/50, nothing can eat, vertigo and vomiting, hot head & forehead, how to get eating back? Please Sugest some medicine!
Go to a Hospital: It appears that you have not eaten much for some time. It I best to get evaluated for dehydration in a hospital setting so they can give you Intravenous fluids. They can give you medications like Zofran (ondansetron) and Diclegis to help with nausea and vomiting, which you can safely take at home as well. Good Luck. ...Read more
Can you advise about any abortion pills to take in 10 weeks pregnancy? Any drugs that will help without any surgery or operation?
Way to early: At ten weeks the fetus is way too small to feel movement. Fetal movement can be felt around 18-22 weeks. If you feel movement then you are further along than you think or what you are feeling is gas and not a baby. ...Read more
Possible: Fainting is not uncommon. It may be related to sudden drop in blood pressure, being overly tired, hungry, thirsty, etc. If that's the only symptoms and it was not associated with irregular heart activity or seizure activity (shaking, etc), most likely it is benign. It may be worthwhile to rule the other two reasons especially if there's any history of such disorder. ...Read more
Don't recommend: Emersion is extremely hot water.Get a more detailed answer ›
The wheel says: Nov 29, a piece of advice don't go past your due date. ...Read more
But watch it...
The adage you're eating for two should be tempered by the fact that too much weight gain places you and baby at risk for significant health complications...And research suggests not just during the pregnancy either - quite possibly long-term consequences for both of you... ...Read more
No.: Call your physician if you repeated feel like you are going to pass out. ...Read more
Pregnant bp: The bp is normal, no reason for concern about the bp. ...Read more
Very concerning: You need to be eating a lot more and you need to make an extra appointment NOW with your OB ...Read more
Hi I'm 10 weeks pregnant and not feeling to good my temperature is 35.5 degree celsius is that normal?
Temperature: Your body temperature varies from very early in the morning when it is low (35.5 c is low) to late in the day when it goes up as high as about 37.8 c. This is related to your cortisols levels which are high in the am and low in the pm. Don't know what "not feeling good" means. If it keeps up call your obstetrician and chat. Good luck. ...Read more
I am 10 weeks pregnant and it feels like the baby is on my left side what can cause this is it normal?
Normal.: The uterus at 10 weeks is the size of a grapefruit and suspended in the pelvis by ligaments. It is very possible that you have the sensation of the uterus on one side or the other depending on your position and surrounding organs. It is too early to feel the baby itself. This usually happens when fetal movement is first felt at 18-20 weeks. ...Read more
Every thanksgiving its traditional for me and my military family to go shooting. I'm 10 weeks pregnant. Is it ok for me to shoot?
Enclosed rifle range: Can lead to excessive lead exposure.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm 10 weeks pregnant and wanted to know if Reeds Ginger Ale is safe? The bottle says it contains 17 grams fresh ginger per bottle.
24 year old lady with concern about ginger ale during pregnancy. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, ginger is okay to use during pregnancy. Giving it to small children is a different story. Here is a link:
https://www. Acog. Org/-/media/For-Patients/faq126.pdf
Good luck. ...Read more
I am about 10 weeks pregnant, and haven't had as many symptoms as what I have heard others have and I am worried something is wrong.
Pregnancy: There is no rule in pregnancy that you will have any symptoms at any certain time. Things are mostly generalities. As an example morning sickness usually goes away after the first trimester, but some women puke their whole pregnancy. There are as many exceptions as their are usuallies. ...Read more
Hi, I am 10 weeks pregnant and the first appointment I could get with the gynea is on 1/2/18, I am wondering if this is not too late? Thanks.
No: The date is well within your first trimester. It is not an issue. ...Read more
Hi, I am 10 weeks pregnant and the first appointment I could get with the gynea is on 1 Feb 2018, I am wondering if this is not too late? Thanks.
Find another GYN: You may want to seek another GYN who could give you a earlier appointment or go to a hospital clinic if they could give you a earlier appointment just to make sure everything is alright. ...Read more
I will be 10 weeks pregnant on thursday. Leaving out to go to a vacation in fl. I get car sick easily now. What can I take to help with the sickness?
Phenergan (promethazine): Several well tolerated and safe profile meds are availble. ...Read more
Baby heart rate: At 10 weeks rate is very variable and on higher side. It should be ok. ...Read more
Yes.: The heart starts beating by the 5th week of gestation and by 10 weeks there should be a heartbeat. ...Read more
Obgyn check: At 10 weeks the fetus is tiny and the uterus is still hidden behind the pubic bone. See and Obgyn to confirm your gestation age to see if you are further along than you think. ...Read more