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Placenta Previa Is It Safe To Go To Disneyland 2nd Trimester
Watch the smoking: A lot of people smoke in casinos, so you would be exposed to that, also known as second-hand smoke, which would be dangerous for the baby. It's okay to walk through the casino on your way to your room, but I wouldn't spend any more time than necessary in them while you're pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: You will get all kinds of different answers here, but my personal feeling is that chiropractic is predominantly based on a nonscientific and incorrect view of human physiology, and will do you no long term good pregnant or not. Some chiropractors will manipulate in pregnancy, and some not. I doubt its dangerous for the baby. Chiropractic manipulation to vert breech infants is bogus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: What if you fall? What if you crash? What if someone knocks into you? I don't think it's wise....... Just my opinoin. ...Read more
It doesn't: As the uterus grows, it pulls the placental implantation with it. It's like placing an ink dot on a deflated balloon...Blow it up and the dot "moves" higher, stretched out of the way. A placenta previa is more common earlier on and usually not a biggie unless it's still blocking the cervical outlet after 24 weeks. Make sure you get checked after 24 weeks and tell your doc about any bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends.: Some chiropractors are more experienced than others in dealing with pregnant patients. Some won't see them at all. There are issues with joint laxity in pregnancy that make some of the high velocity moves that chiropractors use risky during pregnancy. I recommend you only see a chiropractor that is experienced and knowledgeable about the specific risks in pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm 22 weeks pregnant and told I have complete placenta previa. How likely is it that it that a complete previa moves in order to avoid c section?
Hello Doc, I am 23 weeks pregnant & planned to go to Rotorua, New Zealand in 2 weeks time. Is it safe for me to go to Geyser areas during pregnancy?
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About 1 week pregnant, doc told me to take metronidazole (er dr.) is this safe and if not, is it safe to wait until after 1st trimester to treat it?
Metronidazole: Although Metronidazole has been on the market for almost 40 years, its use remains controversial during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Recent evidence has shown, however, that this does not appear to be associated with adverse effects during either pregnancy or breastfeeding. It is not a fun drug to take, and stay away from alcohol while taking it or you will be very ill. ...Read more
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@20weeks my placenta is a bit low. Doc advise no sexcontact. Will go up eventually as pregnancy progreses.. But i masturbated, is it ok?
No problem: as long as you don't insert anything into your vagina (dildo) while masturbating ...Read more
Is it safe to travel long distance while pregnant? Im 24 weeks pregnant and want to drive from washington to arizona. It will be 1145miles there. Is it safe to take the trip?
A : A woman with a complicated pregnancy may not want to travel too far from the doctors who know her best, but if you and your pregnancy have been healthy, then it's probably ok. You may want to check with your doctor just to be sure. If you make the trip, a few tips to keep you safe are: - drink plenty of fluids and stay hydrated! none of us wants to stop the car to pee every hour, but when you are in your second and third trimester, staying hydrated will keep you from having contractions and will help to prevent blood clots. - move around! sitting in the same place for hours can cause you to develop blood clots in your legs - especially when you're pregnant. You are more likely to form clots just from the hormone changes that come with pregnancy and your heavy uterus is sitting on the main veins from your legs causing slowed flow so there's more chance of a clot forming. Since clots often happen in the groins of pregnant women, doing calf exercises while sitting is not enough! (you're going to be stopping constantly anyway to pee from all that water you're drinking, right?) - bring your chart. Have your doc give you a copy of your pregnancy records "just in case" something happens while you are away. That will give the doctors caring for you far away from home a huge advantage to have all of your information. Happy travels and wear your seatbelt! ...Read more
Why?: You probably aren't going to find a lot of OB docs willing to suggest you jump start labor at 36 week nor with being breech. Neither is a good idea as you are still preterm and most OB providers don't do breech vaginal birth anymore. Have you discussed if you are a candidate for external cephalic version? This a procedure where the doctor attempts to turn baby back to head down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Of course: During pregnancy it is not only safe but recommended , you need to get your teeth cleaned regularly, low birth weight have been linked to gum disease, go to my website and read about it : http://www.Scdentalimplants.Com/gumdisease/lowbirthweightandprematurebabies.Aspx. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
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