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Oblique Baby Will Move Affect Birth
6 weeks baby erbs palcy. If my baby regained all movements gravity eleminated, does it mean she will recover all functions against gravity?
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
Can babies get seizures while in utero? Will that continue affecting them once they're born? 27w pregnant, baby makes erratic movements/twitches.
Does crying hurt the baby during pregnancy? Can the baby feel when I'm upset? Does crying effect the baby growth or effect the baby an Any way?
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
Depends: On amount of fluid, gravida, weeks ofgestation. Commonly it head or breech engages hrs before normal delivery. ...Read more
How long does relaxin hormone affect the body for after birth ? How long until muscles tighten (not pelvis. I mean areas affected unrelated to birth)
Relaxing hormone: You MUST make an appointment to see a Gynecologist!! PS: At age 2 my brother was called for military duty and the team laughed.. 6 months later my mother took me up north to be with her sister. My aunt was downstairs for about 3 hours so she looked for the doctor. She was drunk. My aunt found me is a draw. I'm still alive 72 years later!! ...Read more
Yes: Anything you put in your body (medicines, foods, herbs and supplements, etc) can potentially effect an unborn child. Every medicine has been assigned a pregnancy class that reflects the relative risk of that medicine. Your doctor can review the individual medicines you're on, and the supplements etc. That you take, to evaluate the risk vs. Benefit of each of those substances. ...Read more
Kneeling position: The knee chest position (with the pelvis higher than the head) may help your baby turn around. And come head first. ...Read more
Yes and No!: It will almost certainly make for a more comfortable labor experience; less pain, fewer stress hormones circulating around your body..And that of your baby...Less chance of poor oxygenation to your baby because of the stress of pain. Recent research has not supported the belief that epidurals slow down the course of labor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will it affect my 6mth old baby development when he sleeps in d baby carrier for 1-2 hr. Upright position. Will it be too straining on the neck?
No; should be ok: A baby is very flexible, so sleeping 1-2 hours in a baby carrier is no problem, if he is buckled in a good position. Babies who frequently go on long commutes or vacation trips will spend many hours riding in car seats. They don't seem to get neck problems from the car rides. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If till 35 or 36 wk of pregnancy baby is in breech position. Can baby still change its position. Can verginial delivery possible in breech babies?
Does having Short gut syndrome affect my ability to get pregnant? What are the risks i put my baby in?
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