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Numb Face On Pregnant Women
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
32 weeks pregnant i've noticed numbness in my face and sometimes when i lie down with my head too low i get pressure in my face and head. Normal?
WhAt if your right arm goes numb and my lower half of my face. I'm 34 weeks pregnant. Is that normal?
I am 26 weeks pregnant, I've had high blood pressure this entire time and a few days ago the left side of my face went numb, what is wrong with me?
See your doctor: Isolated facial numbness may not be a serious problem, but high blood pressure during pregnancy can be a sign of a very serious complication. Please see your doctor to get your blood pressure rechecked and to have a urine test for protein (both are indicators of developing pre-eclampsia or toxemia of pregnancy), and a neurological exam to diagnose the cause of the facial numbness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm seven weeks pregnant. I've had three spells of blurry vision since being pregnant that last 2-3 minutes. This last one also included tingling/numbness on my left side of face, specifically the lips and tongue that took over an hour to return to norma
Numbness left arm and side of face, ringing in ears, one recent episode of internal tremors upon waking from nap. On/off for 2 months20 weeks pregnant.
Needs evaluation: This needs prompt evaluation to determine the cause. ...Read more
I was laying down with my 8 month old on my chest I am 5 months pregnant my face started to go numb and when I sat up my stomach started to hur it hurt for about 20 seconds my heart started to race a little I am gestaional diabetic can you tell me any adv
18 weeks pregnant. Sudden extreme weakening & numbness on left side face & arm. No racing heart or breaths. Symptoms subsided after an hour. Anxiety?
Evaluation: I would discuss these symptoms with your doctor. My concern would be a transient ischemic attack. The mechanism, if it actually occurred, would be a paradoxical embolism from your pelvis. This requires a patent foramen ovale in your heart and be could be detected with echocardiography, which you should have. Migraine equivalent (even without headache) is another possibility. My best wishes to you ...Read more