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Pregnant Baby Feet
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
Congradulations!: Hopefully you are taking prenatal vitamins and scheduled to see your ob/gyn soon. ...Read more
Talk 2 pediatrician: It seems that you want to wait until your baby can walk before putting it in a baby walker (if I'm understanding it right). You want the baby to have stronger legs to be using a walker. Again, speak to the pediatrician who has your baby's measurements, weight, and information to make a better decision. ...Read more
I'm currently 10wks pregnant, will it harm my growing fetus to continue nursing my 7 month old son?
No: No harm, continue breastfeed. Eat and drink well though. ...Read more
Maybe!: Many painting products are toxic and can potentially cause harm. Painting in a home is likely better left to other non-pregnant people. If you must, use of a mask during painting is suggested. Be sure the room is well ventilated during and after painting, and if possible use low-fume and rapid drying materials. Also, be sure to avoid direct skin contact with the paint as much as possible. ...Read more
I am 3 month pregnant.This is my second pregnancy. I first delivered stillbirth during 24 week through vaginal delivery.When can I feel baby movement?
Yes it can: Iron deficiency anemia is the most common anemia during pregnancy.As the fetus grows, it requires more nutrients-and iron is one of the most important thing for the fetus to grow- also for normal brain development. Folic acid is another important thing-required for a normal brain/nerve development. If you are anemic due deficiency in iron/ folate (folic acid) & you dont get replacement- it can hurt your baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
During ultrasound in pregnancy, doctor was unable to see baby's sex and feet were always crossed.At delivery, baby have club feet and other defects?
About 3 pounds: The fetus weighs about 3 pounds (1.4kg) at 30 weeks gestation. He or she will gain about half a pound a week until week 38. ...Read more
Can you get preeclampsia at 10 weeks pregnant? Feet swollen hands kind of swollen about 10 weeks pregnant
Yes, but: Pre-eclampsia does not develop before 20 weeks gestation in a normal pregnancy. However, in the presence of molar pregnancy, especially when there is a partial mole, pre-eclampsia (usually very severe) can result and usually does occur before 20 weeks gestation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is small: For 6 weeks, the average 6 week baby is 1.52cm ...Read more
IUGR: Intrauterine growth retardation(IUGR) is the greatest concern by the MD's. If your nutritional intake is appropriate, and alcohol consumption or smoking is not present then the OB may do some testing including Non stress tests. At age 49 genetic malformations are a significant concern ...Read more
I am 40 weeks pregnant today and am ready to have my baby boy! I've been examined weekly (baby hydronephrosis-at 10) and aporox 9lbs. Is induction pos?
My 3 , months old baby is not breastfeeding anymore and I am pregnant , not prepared for another baby.
A year apart: By the time the second baby is born, the two will be a year apart. Many families have two kids 1 year apart. They'll play together and do similar activities because their ages are close to one another. The ob-gyn doctor can start birth control pills, or another method, right after the baby is born (so there isn't a third baby too soon). ...Read more
Difficult to know: If the music is so loud that you need ear plugs in order not to damage your ears, then my concern would be that it could have adverse effects on your baby's health as well. Do your baby's movements change when you are exposed to loud music? Try to figure out what your baby is telling you. ...Read more
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