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My Baby At 36 Weeks
Will carpel tunnel syndrome harm my baby at 36 weeks? Or can I wait for delivery to get treatment or will symptoms resolve after birth?
Kenalog (triamcinolone) inj / splint: The treatment will not affect your baby.At 36 weeks pregnancy, you only have another 4 weeks to go ; the carpal tunnel symptoms can be best addressed conservatively by using splints and/or kenalog (triamcinolone) injection.After delivery, the symptoms will usually resolve as the excess water weight decreases.Only a small precentage of women need to have their pregnancy induced carpal tunnel addressed surgically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 36 weeks an every time she's giving a bottle her oxygen level drops why is this happening? An yes she was born early too.
Should be soon: Infants born at 36 weeks and later are often only very slightly delayed (if at all) in their developmental milestones. Giving the benefit of doubt with a corrected age of 6 weeks, your baby should start to smile, laugh, follow gaze to midline and hold the head up at 45 degrees over the next 2-3 weeks. If not, see your pediatrician for assessment. ...Read more
Not really...: A breech baby simply means that the baby is bottom down instead of head down. This doesn't affect the baby until its time to deliver. Because delivering the bottom first is more risky to the baby, most Ob/Gyns will recommend a c/section or an attempt to turn the baby around. C/Sections are very safe for you and for the baby. Best wishes! ...Read more
My baby is measuring to big @36 weeks. What are my chances of having a csection? Is it normal for the baby to measure bigger?
Your OB doctor may: Check to make sure you haven't developed gestational diabetes if your fetus is large for gestational age. (s)he may also do a fetal ultrasound to look for "cephalo-pelvic disproportion", (baby's head size too big for your size) ; then discuss the safest delivery option for you ; your baby. ...Read more
My baby weights 2900 grams at 36 weeks of pregnancy. I have GD but controlled by diet.i'm small,158cm, and wonder if vaginal birth is for me or not?
Probably: Vaginal birth is dependent on many factors in the mother, the baby and the passages ( your pelvis and the power of contractions), generally speaking you would be a candidate for vaginal birth, but your obstetrician would better assess that and during labor many factors contribute, wish you an uneventful pregnancy and labor and a healthy baby ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Want my baby to be induced at 36 weeks been in hospital for 3 week do to hypertension HBP but my doctor is gone.. will they do it if I ask?! 35w today
The Doc knows best: Trust that the OB caring for you is aware that you are developing a complication of pregnancy. Your baby will be delivered either by inducing you or C-Section if there are signs of either significant fetal distress or if the baby and you will be safer if the baby is delivered pre-term. The gender matters as well. Male babies do better if allowed to get to 36 weeks or later. Ask OB what the plan is ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a patient wanted to be induced early to avoid a difficult delivery of a large infant, how unusual will it be to induce at less than 36 weeks?
Extremely: No doctor should consider this based on current guidelines. You should be evaluated for causes of a large infant. Elective delivery should not be performed prior to 39 weeks. Estimated size is not an appropriate indication for early delivery due to the inaccuracy inherent in estimating fetal weight. Size may be considered when deciding the route of delivery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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