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Oblique Baby Will Move Affect Birth
Oblique Lie at 36 wk: An oblique lie (assuming this is head-down oblique) will convert to a longitudinal lie (head-down, cephalic, or "normal") 99% of the time by the time of labor. About 1% of the time, the baby may convert to a transverse lie. Obviously a transverse lie is not compatible with vaginal delivery, which would affect the birth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long can I expect my pelvis to move back into place after i gave birth to my baby? It has been over a year.
Am 33 weeks preg, baby is btwn oblique and breech, in agony across belly button, is this due to position and is there anything I can do to move baby?
Your obs/gyn: See your obstetrician. He/she can attempt to do an external version. Discuss this with your doctor. All the best. ...Read more
My baby is suffering from facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma (as she cannot close her one eye and move her lip of left side while crying) please help?
Complex: If this is a rather recent birth, there may be spontaneous resolution within the next 6-8 weeks, but if this has been chronic, likely best to see a pediatric neurosurgeon, and discuss management. There may be some remote benefit to some medications and perhaps vitamin b-1, thiamine, and even less potential with steroids, but might be worth checking into. ...Read more
Depends: Most prescribed or recommended by an experienced OB will have little effect on baby. Even those with some hydrocodone will not pass into the milk in enough quantity to bother baby if used cautiously.Some sedation would be expected if you use the maximum amount prescribed. I've seen one baby admitted for low body temperature and weakness when hydrocodone containing med was taken every 4 hr. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are the symptoms of anaemia? N how can it affect me knowing that i recenty gave birth to my second baby....
Anemia: Will depend on the severity of the anemia and the cause of the anemia. When your hemoglobin is significantly low-you can feel fatigue, tired, some dizziness, lack of energy, chest pain/discomfort, shortness of breath, fainting etc. If only mild-sometimes, you won;t have any symptom-except mild fatigue perhaps. You can just get a simple blood work to see if you are anemic or not. Go to your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Many women who have been on birth control pills for a long time may have trouble getting pregnant when they stop ...Until the body regulates itself. Acupuncture and chinese medicine can have a very big and positive impact on balancing hormones. I have not heard that birth control pills made anyone sterile. ...Read more
What health problems are most likely to affect babies born with a lower birth mass? How can a couple prepare for such a baby?
Health risks: Low birth weight babies often don't have fully developed immunity protection against the stresses of life. I found this article to be very helpful in addressing the multiple issues surrounding this topic. Good luck to the expectant couple! http://www.marchofdimes.org/baby/low-birthweight.aspx ...Read more
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