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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
I missed my period in may. Period came 06/2 , I've still have pregnancy systoms. My period blood is Brown and red. Negative test tho ? What's wrong
Pos pregnancy test?: Did you ever have a positive pregnancy test? It is possible that you were briefly pregnant, but it did not attach for very long, and that is why a urine pregnancy test was negative. I suggest you be seen for an exam to make sure you don't have a vaginal infection, or other gynecologic problem like ovarian cysts or fibroids. And you may want to ask if a serum pregnancy test is needed. ...Read more
Pregnancy systoms but negative blood an hpt test uterus is closed an thick nauseous bad very sore breast tests are negative could i still be pregnant?
Possible/it depends.: If you haven't had your period yet, there is a chance you could be pregnant. The nausea and sore breasts can point to this. You should repeat your hpt in one week to be sure. If it's negative, and/or you had your period, you can be sure you're not pregnant. If not, and no period, you're pregnant. If you symptoms persist, and the test is negative, and no period, see your doctor to find out why. ...Read more
I took a pregnancy test last week and it was negative but have had the systoms but i'm a day late on my dot and i'm trying if that helps am i prego?
Diastasis rectus from pregnancy (10 months p.partum) is it worth spending time on planking and other core exercises? Will they help with core at all?
Exercise may help: Abdominal and core exercises may help to strenghten the abdominal muscles and as a result may improve diastasis recti. This is not an hernia as there is no defect in the rectus fascia, hence there is no risk of bowel herniation or strangulation. If it persists despite exercises and interferes with your daily activities then you may consider surgical plication of the rectus muscles to each other. ...Read more