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Pregnancy And Exposure To Pneumonia
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
I have pneumonia I am on promrthazine methylpred and amox/k clav will these meds cause false positive pregnancy test or should I stop taking the med?
My son was born w/ dual pneumothorax ischemic hypoxia &congenital pneumonia.I was diagnosed with mild chorioamnitis.Should I worry in future pregnancy?
I am on my 10th week of pregnancy, my sister has pneumonitis, we live together, what are its effects on me and my baby?What should I do?
Probably nothing: While it is possible that you could get sick from her, if it is bacterial pneumonitis (as you say) then it is unlikely that you will have any trouble. Viral illnesses, generally speaking, are more contagious. In any event, it is highly unlikely to cause problems for your pregnancy. It might make you sick, but is unlikely to make your baby sick. Wash your hands and give her a wide berth. ...Read more
Can exposure to the cold cause sickness? In particular, being lightly dressed in around 0 degrees celsius. Can it cause pneumonia or anything else?
How long does it take chemical pneumonia take to go away by itself? If it was from an acute exposure
Weeks: Chemcal pneumonia ( or pneumonitis) causes irritation to the cells in the lung..generally not an actual pneumonia like that caused by bacteria. Aspiration (from out stomachs) is most common. It can take days to weeks to resolve. Remember that the cells lining the lung have been damaged and are trying to heal. ...Read more
Parvo and pregnant: Fortunately, about half of pregnant exposed to Parvovirus B19 are already immune, and there are no ill consequences to mother or baby. Risk of miscarriage and fetal anemia occurs in less than 5%, usually in the first few months of gestation. There is no treatment, but your OB may want to increase monitoring, and they would likely want to be notified of your possible infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Route of exposure: The three most common routes of exposure to toxins are oral (ingestion), respiratory (breathing in), transdermal (through the skin). Learn the potential toxins and avoid the routes above. Remember each toxin or toxoid has an entry route & specific combination of symptoms. Some common are tobacco smoke and smog in air, heavy metals and pharmaceuticals for oral, and oil based toxic substance 4skin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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