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Pleurisy And Pregnancy
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
If i havethe symtoms of pregnancy such and breast soreness, missed period, and bloating, but the pregnancy test said negative can I be pregnant?
Test: Get a blood test then you will know for sure. ...Read more
Bloating like 3 or 4months pregnant, very sore breast, abdomen pain and fatigue. I'm ttc and 9dpo. Can these be sign of implantation or early pregnancy?
Muscle twitches in abdomen(kicking ribs and flutters),light periods for 6months, negative pregnancy tests taken from 3 months. is pregnancy possible?
Possible but not: likely. You did not miss a period and pregnancy test was negative, both of these argue against your being pregnant. There is no need to repeat the pregnancy test unless you miss your period by 4-5 days. If you are trying to get pregnant, please see your doctor to initiate care to promote your and your future baby's health. ...Read more
Missed period, cramping/tightening feeling, chest pain with some tenderness.Been 2weeks since unsafe sex. Is chest pain a pregnancy symptom?
Very faint positive line on pregnancy test.Period due in 2 days.Lower abdominal pain on left side.Early pregnancy symptoms or extra uterine pregnancy?
I'm 9 days late, cramps and breast tenderness (usual) but very mild and 2 negative pregnancy tests. What is the chance that I am pregnant?
Maybe maybe not: See your gyn and do a blood preg test that way u will know for certain or if u need to know this wkend go to an urgent visit center or er that can run the test today. ...Read more
If I have mild pulmonary hypertension during pregnancy, shortness of breath and a racing heart can labor make this worse?
Certainly: Your obstetrician and cardiologist will have to follow you closely during the pregnancy. Labor puts stress on your entire body including your heart, so they may decide that an elective c-section is safest. If you have a trial of labor, an epidural can help control the pain and make the experience less stressful. But it would not decrease the stress on the heart of actually giving birth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Missed period, lower abdominal pain, with history of ectopic pregnancy but multiple negative tests after 2 weeks late. Could it be ectopic?
Common: Common during pregnancy. You need more oxygen during pregnancy and the body adapts to this. Also as the growing baby/uterus pushes against your diaphragm (muscle of breathing) your breathing might feel more labored. Gerd occurs for the same reason. It also occurs because the hormones make the muscle from the stomach to the esophagus more relaxed, causing reflux. Both reverse after delivery. ...Read more
Intermittent fluttering in lower abdomen and brown light vaginal discharge. 3 negative pregnancy tests (take home) No pregnancy symptoms and on BC?
Examination: Smart that you did a pregnancy test at home. This rules out pregnancy. The next step is to see an Obgyn to evaluate your vaginal discharge. They can do a pelvic exam to make sure everything is normal. They can also refer you to a gastroenterologist if needed. Intestines are the most active “moving” organ in the pelvis that would cause fluttering ...Read more
EZ 4 U 2 SAY: The lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum), lungs (pleura), and heart (pericardium) are all innervated with many nerve fibers. Therefore, anything that irritates these linings can cause severe pain. In contrat, many of the organs that reside in these cavities have very few pain fibers; the nerves are more responsible for organ function. ...Read more
What are the other diagnosis for ectopic/ovarian pregnancy ?Is it possible to have negative blood and urine test but have ectopic pregnancy?Or anxiety
Can pleurisy persist after pneumonia is gone? I have chest pain and lungs and heart have been ruled out.
Could morning sickness and breast tenderness maybe be symptoms of birth control and PMS and not pregnancy?
Pressure: 35 wks.: At 35 weeks of pregnancy, especially if it is your first, there is little room and your abdominal muscles are stretched, and the baby is moving actively. This is generally not caused by early labor. If the timing of the "tightness" is regular and every 4-6 minutes, you should be checked by your OB for early labor. If not, just wait: true labor is not subtle and you will know when it happens ! ...Read more