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My Baby Is Not Moving As Much At 39wk As Earlier Is That Normal
Call OB doc ASAP: As pregnancy progresses and nearing the end of pregnancy, there is less room for a baby to move, but if the decrease in activities is sudden, this is concerning. So, i would call your OB doc asap for instruction or go to er if you cannot get in touch with the doc... Best of luck. ...Read more
The baby's head: won't be below the cervix until it starts its passage through the birth canal. Strictly speaking, that means the pushing stage of labor has started. Perhaps you misunderstood the info you were given since this doesn't happen until you're well into labor. Dr. Anne ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yolk sac: The yolk sac is only part of the conception. The fetus must continue to develop and grow to become a normal person. With no growth of the fetus and no development this sounds like an early miscarriage. ...Read more
Is there such a thing as too much fetal movement? Can hiccups indicate that my baby has hypoxia? Sometimes hiccups start when I change position 30w4d
27 weeks pregnant.My baby is hyperactive some times. Is this means a healthy baby?Or he is not comfirtable in that time or thatposition?
My nephew is 6 months.His neck is not much stronger as usually baby of his age have.always needs support.is it abnormal?
Neck Control: Poor neck control could be a sign of developmental or other problems in a child. The pediatrician can tell if the child has an appropriate neck control for age and refer if concerned. ...Read more
Almost 4 months from a tah-bso robitically. Is it normal to not have the same push with bowel movements as before surgery? It's not as strong.
Is there a position that's better to sleep in while in early preg, that is better for baby, or does it not matter?
Being pregnant: Yes. Of course. There is very little room left. ...Read more
My baby is 2 days old and still at the hospital cuz his sugar is to low why could that be u feed him as much as possible bit not helping?
Is it a sign of early labor that your fetus will move/kick for 2 minutes straight when it normally doesn't move that often?
Is it normal to be getting a lot of movement everday at 4 months of pregnancy? And does it mean that the baby is healthy?
Baby moving: During the 4th month of pregnancy (from 16-20 weeks) it's the most common time for women to start feeling the baby move. Sometimes it can be a lot everyday. More often it's more subtle and less often at this stage but it depends on the sensitivity of the mother. Babies at this stage of pregnancy have a lot of room to move. Check with your OB doctor to be sure baby is healthy. ...Read more
During labor/contractions, is it common for fetal movements to occur so much so as to ripple belly and notice baby poking out? Or does that not happen
Large for gestationa: The mother has a large for gestational age infant. This is sometimes due to gestational diabetes. At times it is because of maternal overweight or the development of gestational diabetes in the future pregnancies. Even if the mother has normal fasting glucose, she should have glucose tolerance test and hemoglobin A1c to confirm that she does not have type 2 or gestatational diabetes. ...Read more
23 weeks pregnant and feel strong kicks very low as if I'm being kicked in the vagina. It feels as if he may kick his way out! Is this normal?
Normal and common: That said, please bring this to the attention of your obstetrician. ...Read more
When does the starte reflex stop being so strong in babies? Is it concerning in a 9 week old? He does it and wakes hisself crying as well as awake.
Wife is 15 weeks preg. Having stress at work and we are moving soon with our busy 2-yr old; is healthy otherwise. Is all this unhealthy for the fetus?
How come some babies giggle more than others? My baby is 6 months and is always smiling and babbling but giggling .. Not so much.. Is this normal?
She may just have: A quiet temperament. She should be able to laugh out loud, blow "raspberries" (" bronx cheer"), fake a cough, & babble strings of consonant-vowel sounds. Look for reciprocal social communication (mimicking your sounds while you're looking at each other), raising her arms to be picked up, the ability to learn behaviors, & stranger anxiety.See the healthy child section at aap.Org. Or firstsigns.Org. ...Read more
Yes: At this stage only seeing the sac is normal. Once the sac reaches 15mm, one would expect a fetal pole. This will be another week or 2. That is why most offices do not ultrasound before 8 weeks. ...Read more
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