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Medicine For 30 Weeks Pregnant
Terrible nightmare of baby dying inside at 30 weeks pregnancy now 33 weeks. Had a bad day yesterday would this be why? Is it bad?Can it harm my baby?
Most likely no harm: It is known anybody can have a bad day or distress and get over it. It there is a clinical depression, the profound sadness and other symptoms will affect the person, and sometimes they get dysfunctional. What you have experienced does not reach threshhold to diagnose a mood disorder. Least of all harm to the beby based on any evidence. On the other hand, figure out wht the triggers are, and relax ...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
Can a 20 weeks pregnancy be confused with a 30 weeks pregnancy at the ultrasound ? ( when irregular period and period over pregnancy)
Im 30 weeks pregnant and have a urine drug screen tom and i took 8 oxy pills in the past 5 days. How can I clean my system out?
Nothing: Unless you are being checked for the breakdown products of oxy, it won't show up in a usual drug screen. Otherwise ere us no known way to clean your system out. ...Read more
Which medicine can I take for severe headache(since 3 days) during my twin pregnancy(age 42, 30 weeks, previously had 2 normal deliveries(now 22&16)?
Puts pressure: Sleeping on your back drops the weight of your baby right on your aorta, which can lead to decreased blood flow to the lower part of your body, including the uterus. Best is for you to tip even so slightly to the left side, which shifts the weight of the baby off that main blood supply. You can also actually sleep on your side, placing a pillow between your legs to reduce stress on your back. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what exactly you mean by a "cold" A common cold is usually viral and you may be experiencing cough, runny nose or sore throat. Tyelenol, claritin (loratadine) and Robitussin are good optiions - stay away from codeine and ibuprofen containing products. Rest, fluids and chicken soup always help! :) ...Read more
NO: Not likely of concern but must watch for swelling of your feet. Talk to your ob/gyn. ...Read more
Sounds safe...: Some websites say that modge podge is a pva glue (polyvinyl acetate) and say it is similar to elmer's white glue. If true, the glues are non-toxic when used properly. That means they don't have the toxic fumes that some strong glues have. So, one doesn't have to worry about inhaling bad chemicals. Still, it's a good idea to wear disposable gloves when working with glues. ...Read more
Cervical mucus: Your cervix produces quite a bit of mucus during pregnancy. This is most likely what you are seeing and it is normal. Certain vaginal infections also cause an increase in discharge. Your doctor can determine if it is an infection. Your description sounds like cervical mucus to me. ...Read more
Im 30 weeks pregnant I weighed 7 something when I was born , my child weighed 7 pounds 9 ounces will I have a big baby?
I bought a new toaster when got pregnant which smelled like plastic. Now im 30 weeks & and it still smells. Will this b bad for my baby?
Not Likely but Check: Certain plastics have been implicated to be harmful to fetuses. But simply smelling the plastic is unlikely to cause specific harm. To be safe, i would determine the specific plastics in the toaster and review them with your doctor. Since you are concerned, i would recommend not using the toaster until you have checked with your physician to ensure that it is safe. ...Read more
I have been getting my pilots license throughout my pregnancy, but i'm almost 30 weeks. I was wondering when should I stop flying (25nm away)?
Please ask your OB: And do what your OB recommends, i tell my pts no flying past 32 weeks gestaion if no problems, if problems may have to stop sooner. ...Read more
If i had sex on the 16th with partner A of dec and the 22nd with partner B of December and is now 30 weeks and 6 days which partner got me pregnant?
Can't tell: It will be almost impossible to tell. Consider paternity testing after the baby is born. ...Read more
About 3 pounds: The fetus weighs about 3 pounds (1.4kg) at 30 weeks gestation. He or she will gain about half a pound a week until week 38. ...Read more
Unclear: Are you afraid of motherhood? Are you afraid of giving birth? Have you discussed your fears with a therapist? Using meditation skills, may help. It may be time to grow up and give up the drama. Are you otherwise healthy? Is the pregnancy planned? Are you mature enough to have adult responsibilities? Your doctor seems to be overseeing your prenatal care weekly which is quite thorough. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant and every single morning I wake up extremely nauseous and can't control gagging.
Normal: That is very common and quite normal. The pressure of the uterus against your stomach will frequently result in nausea. ...Read more
I'm 30 weeks pregnant I have been told that I have preterm laber when should I worry about something being wrong?
Use caution: I see you have 3 children already so I would expect you to deliver quickly after beginning labor there fore do not wait to present to the DR if you rupture membranes ( water breaks) or contractions start. At 30 weeks the fetus in general will tolerate birth but every day or week you go without delivering the better for your baby. Bed rest etc may help slow the process, your OB should aware o ...Read more
At 30 weeks besides little to kno fetal movent, what else does your body do to let you kno theres been loss of pregnancy?
Often nothing: At this point in pregnancy, often the only clue is lack of fetal movement. You will not necessarily have bleeding or signs of labor and it is often discovered at routine prenatal visit. If you are having significantly decreased fetal movement, you should contact your provider immediately. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant & tested positive for gbs 2 weeks ago. -- if I test negative at my 36 week appointment, what does that mean?
No need 4 penicillin: If you were positive at 28 weeks and gbs negative at 36 weeks you would not need any antibiotic prophylaxis in labor. The one exception to this rule is if you had gbs in your urine previously; in this scenario, you need no further gbs screening, because you need intrapartum penicillin anyway. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant but don't look like it i'm what can I d and what can I ea because i'm due november 7th i'm i weigh around 125?
Prenatal care: If you are seeing an obstetrician for prenatal care, he/ she has been monitoring your fetal growth by measuring your abdomen every visit. After 20 weeks ga each cm corresponds to one week. If your measurement deviates dramatically from the norm your OB may order an ultrasound to check for fetal growth and amniotic fluid volume. If measurement corresponds to your ga, i would no worry. Eat healthy. ...Read more
I'm currently 30 weeks pregnant and am supposed to fly for our move shortly and i'll be about 36 weeks. Is that safe or should I change plans?
I'm 30 weeks pregnant my hemoglobin count drop from 11 to 6.8 in less than amonth is this bad for my baby? What shall I do? I'm worried help me
See doctor: Please contact the doctor who ordered the blood test. Start taking oral iron and vitamin supplementation. It is important to determine why did your hemoglobin drop this much. While Hb of 6.8 does not pose immediate danger to the baby, continued decline in your hemoglobin threatens your and your baby's health. See your doctor immediately. ...Read more